Insult to injury? The Cleveland family of a 12-year-old boy killed by police has received a bill from the city.
FOX's Tom Graham reports:
The city of Cleveland wants the family of Tamir Rice to cover the cost of the ambulance that responded after police officers fatally shot the child. A $500 claim has been filed.
In 2014, Rice was killed as he played at a park on the city's west side. Passers by reported the 12-year-old had a gun.
Officers responded and immediately opened fire, but it turned out to be just an toy air-soft pistol. The city's claim was met with anger by an attorney for the Rice family as well as the head of the city's police union.
Tom Graham, FOX News.