|Friday, December 03, 2010 – Steve Fermier and Associated Press|
|The Prince George’s County police chief says FBI agents are interviewing officers about an incident in March in which three officers were videotaped beating a University of Maryland student.
Chief Roberto Hylton says a deputy chief told him Thursday night that FBI agents were knocking on the doors of several county officers to interview them about the events that led to the beating of John McKenna after a basketball game.
Maj. Andrew Ellis, a department spokesman, says agents planned to talk to as many as 40 officers Thursday night and Friday morning.
The officers involved in the incident remain on suspension or desk duty. So far no arrests have been made.