Wednesday, 19 February, 2020

Caught on camera: Man being placed under arrest body slams OH officer

Grove City Police Department Grove City Police Department
Cary Erickson | 14 February, 2020, 16:22

When police in OH tried to arrest college football player Michael Harris on Monday, things did not go well. He is seen on the video in a parking lot near what appears to be his SUV.

Sources told 10TV that police were called to a business because of a disturbance with an aggressive man who did not work there and wouldn't leave. As a Grove City police cruiser pulls up, the dashcam video shows Harris and another officer talking to each other, Fox News reported.

Something sparked a level of resistance before officers apparently chose to effect an arrest.

Harris is also facing charges of resisting arrest, obstructing official business and disorderly conduct while intoxicated, per reports.

The 6-foot-3, 240-pound Harris had the officer over his head for a brief moment before falling to the ground.

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During the scuffle, the football player picks the officer up and slams him to the ground.

An officer used pepper spray, but Harris pulled the hood of his sweatshirt over his face.

Eventually, cops say they were able to subdue the football player ... but instead of taking him directly to jail, they sent him to the hospital to get checked out.

The police officers were not injured in the altercation. Harris signed with the Auburn Tigers out of high school but transferred to Eastern Kentucky just this month. "When the facts are established, and the investigation complete, Eastern Kentucky University and EKU Athletics will decide how to move forward responsibly".