Dramatic Arrest Captured on Police Body Camera in Milwaukee After Officer Dragged

A police body camera footage has captured a dramatic arrest in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The incident occurred on Friday, October 6th, when officers arrived in a courtyard and sprinted to apprehend a man. The video shows the officers shouting, “Get out the ground! Get out the ground! Give Tas! Tas! Tas!”

According to prosecutors, the events leading up to the arrest began minutes earlier when an officer stopped a car on North 94th Street. The criminal complaint states that the officer asked Robert Job, who had an open felony warrant, to exit the vehicle. However, the car suddenly pulled away as the officer opened the door.

Prosecutors allege that Job dragged an officer for a short distance before the officer managed to free himself. Job then drove the car for approximately 3 miles, reaching speeds exceeding 100 mph. Despite losing two tires along the way, Job continued driving in the wrong lane of traffic before eventually abandoning the rolling car and fleeing on foot.

The officers pursued Job, who scrambled and sprinted away. However, they were able to apprehend him shortly thereafter.

Author: CrimeDoor

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