“Yahner said there was no video from the officers of the stop and that it appeared they turned off their body cameras prior to the incident.”
I would give this the presumption of guilt. They should test the man for marijuana and, if he tests positive, charge the officers with forcing the consumption of a controlled substance under color of authority. Hey, they might say he already had it in his possession. Well, that’s too bad, you shouldn’t have turned your cameras off, because the presumption is that you are guilty because you turned them off.