Central States Violent Crime

Man Kicks Police Officer in the Head Caught on Camera

Man Kicks Police Officer in the Head Caught on Camera

In April 2018, Jacob Hellenbrand-Bell kicked a Portage, Wisconsin police Sgt. Eric Walters in the head and knocking him unconscious. Bell has now been found guilty of battery to a law enforcement officer following a plea deal in Columbia County Court.

Jacob Hellenbrand-Bell

Man Kicks Police Officer in the Head Caught on Camera

In the dashcam video provided by the Portage Police Department, Hellenbrand-Bell and Olivia Boomsma were seen hitting and kicking two officers after Hellenbrand-Bell had been handcuffed. Officer Brian Loewenhagen was arresting Hellenbrand-Bell for a parole violation, Boomsma punched Loewenhagen in the eye and continued to hit him.

The video then shows, Sgt. Eric Walters, arriving at the scene and pulling Boomsma away as Hellenbrand-Bell kicks Sgt. Walters in the side of the head, knocking him unconscious for more than two minutes.

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