Retired Falmouth law enforcement officers find $800,000 in private injuries from Malik Koval accused of taking pictures them

BARNSTABLE — The previous Falmouth police officers who had been hurt in the line of obligation in 2018 are suing the man billed with capturing them and are seeking $800,000. 

Retired officers and Falmouth residents Donald DeMiranda and Ryan Moore filed the personal damage claim in Barnstable Outstanding Court on July 16 from Malik Koval and his family members. They are trying to find $300,000 for shed wages and compensation and $500,000 for expected lost wages. 

Koval, who is dealing with 12 prices similar to the capturing of the officers, experienced a competency hearing Friday, where he was deemed capable to stand demo. A trial day experienced been tentatively scheduled for Nov. 15.

Paul Johnson, the attorney for DeMiranda and Moore, filed an amended grievance Thursday alleging battery and negligent claims from Koval, his mother, Kimberly Koval, and his brother, Marcus Maseda. Johnson did not return a ask for for comment.

On July 27, 2018, officers DeMiranda and Moore went to Malik Koval’s house at 2 Ashley Generate in Falmouth to look into stories that he was remaining disorderly, according to the criticism. When they arrived they saw Koval behaving erratically and speaking incoherently, the grievance suggests. He grew to become more agitated as the officers tried to engage him. He ran all around his yard when the officers tried out to get him into custody. 

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