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Honestie Hodges, Whose Handcuffing Changed Police Policy, Is Dead at 14 | The New York Times

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Honestie’s handcuffing by the police in Grand Rapids, Mich., caused a national uproar and led to a new law enforcement policy on dealing with youths. Honestie died of Covid-19.

 

Glenn Rifkin, The New York Times

This obituary is part of a series about people who have died in the coronavirus pandemic. Read about others here.

Honestie Hodges, who was handcuffed by the police outside her home in Grand Rapids, Mich., when she was 11, a frightening incident that drew outrage and national headlines in 2017, died on Sunday. She was 14.

Her death, at the Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital in Grand Rapids, was caused by Covid-19, her grandmother Alisa Niemeyer wrote in a post on the website GoFundMe.

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Featured Image, Honestie Hodges, in a recent photo.Credit…via Hodges family
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