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Wednesday, February 23, 2011
Police Officer Jumped and Kicked By Two Men- Attack Recorded On Dash Video
An Ohio policeman is recovering from an attack and injuries inflicted by a motorist and his brother. The attack was captured on the police car’s dash camera. Sgt. Jason Davis and an officer in another unit were responding to an unsafe driving call for the motorist’s truck. Davis turned on his overheads and his video camera and the driver pulled into a speedway station. The other officer went on to answer another call. The motorist’s brother also pulled into the gas station.
Based on his observations of the driver, Davis tried to administer a roadside sobriety test and the driver refused. The officer called for a back-up, but the call did not go through. The man’s brother, who arrived, initially tried to calm the man being questioned. The officer concentrated on the argumentative driver.
The officer believed he was in danger by the man’s actions and he used his stun gun on him. The brother grabbed the officer from the back around the neck and threw him to the ground. Both brothers hit and stomped the policeman until two good Samaritans arrived and stopped the attack.
Both men are charged with felonious assault and have a $100,000 bond. See the video below.
Meanwhile, in Detroit:
A pizza delivery driver was approached by three men and one pulled a handgun Sunday night. The driver pulled his own handgun and killed the armed robber. The other two men ran away. The driver had a concealed handgun carry permit.
And, in Louisiana:
Two men tried to rob a jewelry store, but the owner shot and seriously wounded the masked man who was trying to rob him. The men entered the store and smashed display cases. A man checked into a hospital shortly after the shooting with a gunshot wound. He is believed to be the robber who was shot.