Three Phoenix police officers quit the force after a man claimed they forced him to eat marijuana found in his vehicle. Police Chief Joseph Yahner announced the news late Thursday, saying the officers’ “actions are appalling and unacceptable. This conduct is against everything that we stand for.” The three officers were identified as Richard G. Pina, Jason E. McFadden, and Michael J. Carnicle. Two of the men are under investigation over the incident, while a third is considered a witness. A fourth police officer, Jeff Farrior, was demoted for being aware of the incident but doing nothing about it, Yahner said. A 19-year-old man said he became physically ill after the three officers forced him to eat marijuana during a routine traffic stop on Sept. 13. The police officers’ videocameras were suspiciously turned off when the incident took place, Yahner said. They chose to resign rather than be fired.