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Bystanders Help Ohio Cop Break Up Fight


Two bystanders intervened to help Cleveland Police Officer Robert Mason break up a fight between teenagers outside downtown's Horseshoe Casino. The incident was captured by an onlooker and posted to YouTube. Read the full story here.

March 25, 2013
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Tags: Citizen Video, Physical Confrontations


Comments (4)

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Bob@Az. @ 3/25/2013 6:50 PM

Great video! Nice to see citizens taking a stand. Maybe Cleveland has had enough BS from the turds. Blues, Stay Safe.

Larry @ 3/26/2013 6:17 AM

All of the men deserve an award, this could have gone real bad.

Juan 10-13 @ 3/26/2013 6:28 AM

More citizens need to come our assist especially when they witness an LEO in a physical confrontation. Did you see the girlfreind attack the good samaritan...I'm really glad she was also arrested!

R. Hillsman, M.D. @ 3/27/2013 12:33 AM

Agree with above but where was this officer's backup? A fight on an RTA bus involving multiple individuals and a one man car is all that's available in the DTA? Gotta say when this happened and i was the one cop, tried real hard to use verbal orders to hold the parties apart as best possible...did this officer not have a Taser? Have seen much worse outcomes and thank God for the busdriver (is he the one that called it in?) and the 'gamblin' man'. Glad everyone ended up w/ only minor injuries. Hopefully reviewed by City Council/Mayor's office to see what cops do every day... dr. bob h.

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