A man is now facing multiple charges after assaulting an officer with the College Station (TX) Police Department and damaging a patrol vehicle over the weekend. - Screen grab of video report. 

A man is now facing multiple charges after assaulting an officer with the College Station (TX) Police Department and damaging a patrol vehicle over the weekend.

Screen grab of video report. 

A man is now facing multiple charges after reportedly assaulting an officer with the College Station (TX) Police Department and damaging a patrol vehicle over the weekend.

According to KBTX-TV, the man—identified as 23-year-old Keith Cornell Pullin—had an outstanding warrant from another state when police found him hiding at a residence.

Officers put him under arrest and placed him in the back seat of a patrol vehicle. Pullin then began to kick at the partition between the front and rear seats, injuring one of the officers in the vehicle.

The officer was transported to a nearby hospital and treated for a substantial laceration.

Pullin is charged with assault on a public servant, escape causing bodily injury—both felonies—and several misdemeanor charges.

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