Published on May 22, 2014
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Key West, Florida -- Florida authorities are investigating the death of a man in Key West after he was arrested by police. The Michigan retiree moved to the island paradise for sun and sand, but that came to a sudden end after a routine traffic stop.
Key West is known for its relaxed, worry-free manner, but one family is raising concerns about city police after conflicting reports of Charles Eimers' death.
At the southern tip of Florida lies an island paradise, best known for its beaches, bars and laid-back lifestyle. It was a dream retirement for Eimers, 61, after more than 20 years as an autoworker.
Treavor Eimers, Charles Eimers' son, said, "He wanted to come south to warmer weather and walk on the beach." It was a dream that proved deadly after a Thanksgiving Day encounter with Key West police.
Treavor Eimers said, "He was murdered by those officers." Asked if he believes there was a cover-up, Treavor Eimers said, "In the aftermath, yeah, definitely."
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