PHOENIX (AP) - A Phoenix man says he is still traumatized after being hit with a rubber bullet and tackled by police in a case of mistaken identity.
Dion Humphrey wrote on a GoFundMe page that he gets scared every time he replays the incident in his head.
The 19-year-old remained hospitalized Friday with swelling around his heart. His father says police mistook Humphrey for his older half-brother, one of four suspects in a robbery and shooting.
Police say they used a flash grenade and rubber bullet because they thought they were dealing with an armed suspect. The family plans to sue.