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

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

TMZ got hold of the insane footage where they state cops were called by a woman who stated Michael Harris, an Eastern Kentucky University linebacker, was acting very erratic.

After regaining control of the 19-year old Harris, officers reportedly took him to a hospital where he "remained aggressive" until he was sedated by the staff. Harris was ultimately booked on a felony charge of assault, in addition to misdemeanor charges of disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and obstructing officials business.

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.

When officers got there, they say Harris was intoxicated and did know where he was or know anyone in the area.

As Harris approaches one of the officers, the policeman pushes him away.

In the video obtained by WBNS, Harris is seen walking with his hands up from the driver's side of an SUV with officers guiding him.

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Harris pushes the policeman off of him but keeps his hands up and proceeds to walk toward his vehicle.

Video shows a man identified as Harris lifting an officer and slamming him to the pavement in a parking lot.

Michael Harris picked up the officer before slamming him.

A third officer eventually comes and the three struggle to detain Harris.

He is scheduled to be arraigned Wednesday.

He had just transferred to Eastern Kentucky this week, with head coach Walt Wells saying, "He brings size, explosiveness and speed to the inside linebacker position".



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