Washington Post via Associated Press
July 19, 2017
The Latest on a Florida sheriff’s office asking $314,000 to fulfill a public records request related to a pedestrian killed by a police cruiser (all times local):
A Florida sheriff is defending his office’s $314,000 estimate to fulfill a public records request submitted by the family of a man who was fatally struck by a police car.
Williams said the records of just Officer James’ personnel file cost about $600 and provided them Wednesday after a newspaper story about the high cost estimate brought attention to the case.
A Florida sheriff’s office is asking the family of a pedestrian killed by a police cruiser to pay $314,000 for access to public records related to the officer who was driving the vehicle.