Woman tased in Lower Merion traffic stop is a Plymouth Meeting resident

An incident involving a traffic stop in Lower Merion Township that led to a woman being tased was first reported to involve a 36-year-old resident of Norristown named Chaine Jordan. However, the latest reports and court documents now show her to be a resident of Plymouth Meeting.

In a press conference on January 17th, the leadership of the Lower Merion Police Department reported on the outcome of their investigation on the incident and stated that while the action of the officer was legal, the department’s polices regarding de-esclatation were not followed.

The officer involved is going through an internet displinary review and assigned to desk duty. Jordan has seven charges against her including Fleeing or Attempting to Elude Officer, Resisting Arrest, and Driving While Operertor Priviledge Suspended Or Revoked.

FOX29 has a full report below.

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