Prosecutors consider charging two more Forest Grove officers

Mirella Castaneda and her family have both a Black Lives Matter flag and an American flag adorning their home. The flag is at the center of an off-duty cop's prosecution after a nightime confrontation that left her family shaken.

In the latest ripple effect from an off-duty Forest Grove police officer's allegedly threatening behavior toward a woman who flew a Black Lives Matter flag, Washington County District Attorney Kevin Barton is weighing whether to file criminal charges against two other police officers over their response to the woman's 911 call.

Since early November, public attention has been focused on the case of 10-year Forest Grove officer Steven Teets, who Barton charged five months ago with alleged disorderly conduct and criminal mischief over his off-duty confrontation at Mirella Castaneda's home early Halloween morning.