Detective Claudia Cubillos of Englewood Police Department named as defendant in $76 Million dollar civil rights lawsuit
Detective Claudia Cubillos of Englewood Police Department named in Federal Lawsuit for False Arrest, Conspiracy, False Imprisonment of a Juvenile.
On October 31, 2012, three victims were brutally beaten inside the parking lot of a 7-eleven convenient store in Englewood, New Jersey by a suspect wearing a ski-mask, black jacket, and riding a bike. The attack was witnessed by Natalia Cortes of Englewood.
The three victims Jeisson Duque, Santiago Cortes, Kristian Perdomo, and witness Natalia Cortes sworn statements giving on November 2, 2012, and court transcripts from Stephens’s probable cause and grand jury hearings revealed that none of the three victims, or the witness, identified the suspect as Tyrone Stephens.
Detective Claudia Cubillos and several other officers from the Englewood Police Department knew that the incident took place in the parking lot of 7-eleven at 10pm, and that it was impossible for Tyrone Stephens to be involved who was actually located at McDonalds' at 10pm.
Detective Nathaniel Kinlaw gave a statement during Tyrone Stephens’s interrogation on November 8, 2012, that he saw Tyrone and others walk inside of McDonalds on Palisades Avenue, which is a quarter mile away from the 7-eleven incident.
Watch the Plaintiffs video and audio evidence submitted to Judge William J Martini of the U.S. District Court - 3rd Circuit exposing the lies and corruption.