St. Louis, MO (KTRS) A former St. Ann police officer who pointed a semi-automatic rifle at protesters in Ferguson can be disciplined.
That’s according to a ruling by the Missouri Administrative Hearing Commission, which found that Raymond Albers committed third-degree assault and harassment for the incident back in 2014. Video captured Albers pointing a gun at protesters and swearing at them.
He resigned days later.
The ruling hands the case back to the Missouri Department of Public Safety, which could suspend or permanently revoke Albers’ peace officer’s license.