So this is how cops get rewarded for peacefully resolving situations without drawing a weapon- apparently, their fellow officers have them fired. The ethnicity of those involved does not make this less infuriating, either.
This is my old stomping grounds. The university was as painfully liberal as a public institution can be, so their choice to not have the officer's back on this is strange. Also, the incident occurred in the on-campus apartments, so I can't imagine there weren't several witnesses.