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Man Dragged Pa. Officer 150 Feet with Jeep

March 07, 2011  | 

Pensylvania state troopers are guarding hospital room of the 22-year-old man who dragged a York (Pa.) Police officer 150 feet with his Jeep on Friday.

The officer fired and struck Ernest Bryant Matthews, 22, on Friday, after he accelerated away from the offcer at 11 p.m. Friday. Two York officers noticed what they believed was a drug transaction occurring in the Jeep, reports Public Opinion Online.

Read the full story at PublicOpinionOnline.com.

Tags: Assaults on Officers, Drug Enforcement, York (Pa.) PD


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