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Topic - Amy Daum
Montgomery County police on Wednesday identified a Silver Spring man who died in police custody after officers used a Taser to subdue him.
Montgomery County police said Tuesday they are investigating racially-charged graffiti found outside a county high school.
Mr. East "became agitated and began to fight with rescue personnel," Officer Daum said.
Montgomery County's policy is to transport a person to a hospital in many cases in which a Taser is used, Officer Daum said.