Ohio officer confronts boys carrying BB gun

An Ohio police officer is getting national attention for how he handled a tense situation that could easily have turned deadly. Dramatic body camera video shows the officer stopping two boys who he thought had a gun. But instead of using force, he used the power of his words. Dean Reynolds spoke to the officer and one of the boys.

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