Elkhart police officer second to plead guilty to punching handcuffed man
A second Elkhart police officer has pleaded guilty to a federal civil rights charge filed in response to a 2018 investigation of the criminal justice system stemming from the beating of an inmate.
Joshua Titus had been scheduled to stand trial, but The South Bend Tribune reports he entered a plea of guilty late last month to a charge of violating the civil rights of a man in police custody.
Both Titus and fellow officer Cory Newland were seen on video punching the handcuffed man in the police station as other officers watched.

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