San Diego Unified School District police officer files personal injury lawsuit against three Lincoln High students
San Diego Unified School District Police Officer Bashir Abdi, 31, filed a personal injury lawsuit on Tuesday, March 8 in San Diego Superior Court, seeking damages for his hospital and medical expenses, property damage, and other losses from three teenagers. These teens, who are students at Lincoln High School in Lincoln Park, supposedly hurt him during an altercation on Feb. 26, 2016.
Abdi did not name the school district as a defendant in the lawsuit, though claimed that the district was unable to provide adequate security and other police forces on the school premises.
Daniel Gilleon, Abdi’s legal counsel, stated the school district had been “negligent”, allowing the events to occur in the first place, and that “a single officer is not sufficient and they know this”.
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