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Video: Fla. Felon Drives Off With Officer In Tow

May 14, 2012  | 

VIDEO: Fla. Cop's Struggle In Car

A Florida man wanted for multiple charges floored his vehicle during a traffic stop, taking with him a Fort Myers Police officer who jumped into the driver's compartment to stop the vehicle.

The Fort Myers officer struggled with driver Keith White for several blocks, before turning the steering wheel and wrestling the keys away from him, reports WBBH.

White had a warrant for driving on a suspended driver's license, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, and carrying a concealed firearm. White was arrested for aggravated battery on an officer and resisting arrest.


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Tom Ret @ 5/14/2012 5:42 PM

I'm glad this worked out for the officer. As a general rule, I would suggest not getting into a car with a suspect in an attempt to stop him from driving away.

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