Officers responded to a domestic disturbance. While attempting to arrest an individual, Officer Bean used a wrist lock that broke the man's arm. The man died several months later with the Chief Medical Examiner determining the cause of death to be "sepsis due to surgical site infection . . . due to failed fixation of left humerus fracture due to blunt force injury of left arm" and characterized the manner of death as a homicide, stemming from an 'altercation with other(s).'"