VIDEO: Man Resisting ArrestBy Calibre Press | Oct 17, 2015
A release from the Lubbock Police Department’s Facebook page:
This morning, Saturday, October 17, 2015, at approximately 2:38 a.m., patrol officers spotted a stolen 1994 Ford F150 in the 2900 Block of Ave Q. Officers stopped the vehicle in the 1700 block of 14th Street. After refusing the officers commands, the driver proceed to drive away and a five minute pursuit ensued through the Overton neighborhood area. The suspect crashed into a parked car in the Raider Burrito parking lot at the corner of 19th and Ave U. The suspect continued to ignore officer’s commands to exit the vehicle. A police K9 was deployed into the vehicle and bit the suspect. The suspect managed to put the vehicle in gear knocking the dog from the vehicle and narrowly missing several officers attempting to take him into custody. The suspect was tased and taken into custody. No officers were injured.
The suspect was transported to UMC to be treated for minor injuries sustained from the dog bite. Upon release, the suspect was arrested and transported to the Lubbock County Detention Facility and booked in.
• Aggravated Assault
• Evading in a Motor Vehicle
• Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle
• Resisting Arrest
• Interference with a Police Service Animal
No further information will be released at this time.
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