Central States Violent Crime

Cammack Village Police Release Videos of Violent Struggle with Suspect

Cammack Village Police Release Videos of Violent Struggle with Suspect

Warning this video contains graphic violence and explicit language.

Cammack Village Police Release Videos of Violent Struggle with Suspect

Cammack Village Police Release Videos of Violent Struggle with Suspect

Cammack Village police footage of officers’ violent struggle with suspect (Explicit Language)

The Cammack Village Police Department has released body and dash-camera footage from a suspect resisting arrest that resulted in the chief being struck with a baton and an officer tasing himself.

Cammack Village Police Department Press Release

Man arrested for fighting with officers

A 34-year-old man was arrested Sunday evening (06/05/22) for a battery on officers.

Sunday evening officers received reports about a suspicious man walking north in the 2600 Block of McKinley. Witnesses stated the subject was walking barefoot in the middle of the street, acting erratically and obstructing traffic.

Officer Blasingame made contact with the subject at the intersection of Brentwood and McKinley. Shortly thereafter, believing this subject was under the influence of a controlled substance and a danger to himself and the community, Blasingame attempted to place the subject in custody. The subject resisted arrest and fought with the officer.

Chief Powell who was off duty and in plain clothes at the time of this incident, witnessed this fight, and immediately came to assist. The suspect continued to resist arrest fighting with officers.

During the altercation, the suspect was able to remove the officers’ batons and strike both officers.

Officers eventually were able to place the suspect into custody with the assistance of Little Rock Police.

The suspect and Chief Powell were transported to the UAMS emergency room for treatment. Both subjects were released.

The suspect was transported to the Pulaski County Regional Detention Facility where he was charged with Battery 1st, Resisting arrest and Disorderly conduct.

The investigation of ongoing.

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