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Civilians Aid Police Officer Fighting with Suspect Caught on Camera

Civilians Aid Police Officer Fighting with Suspect Caught on Camera

Civilians Aid Police Officer Fighting

Civilians Aid Police Officer Fighting with Suspect Caught on Camera

Baytown, Texas — A man attempting to cross the freeway will have to think twice before resisting arrest.

An Eyewitness News viewer caught it all on camera.

The man was stopped by police while walking in the main lanes of traffic on I-10 and Thompson Road.

The officer stunned the man twice, but struggled making the arrest by himself.

Two vigilant citizens stepped in right away, helping hold the man down while the arrest was made.

Both the suspect and officer sustained minor scrapes from falling to the ground.

The man is being charged with resisting arrest.

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