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Officer Run over with Own Patrol Car


When the Police or the fake news media do not provide a description of the suspect, you can be sure the suspect is one of the "protected." And you'd be right...

A man has been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder after allegedly running over a police officer with his own patrol vehicle in Birmingham.

The officer was following a stolen Range Rover Sport down Moorcroft Road in the south Birmingham suburb Moseley at 4:45pm on Saturday. When the officer attempted to arrest the suspected car thief, he was “violently assaulted and punched to the ground” before the suspect stole the patrol car, running the policeman over, according to The Guardian.

West Midlands police said that the suspect drove the police vehicle for another mile before abandoning it and stealing another vehicle, until officers were able to apprehend, Taser, and arrest him.

Police confirmed Saturday that they had arrested a 29-year-old man on suspicion of the attempted murder of a police officer, and a 24-year-old man had also been arrested for car theft.

The officer was taken to hospital after the attack and underwent surgery after suffering injuries to his pelvis and head. West Midlands Police released an update on Sunday morning on the officer’s condition: “Our injured officer underwent surgery last night and thankfully his condition isn’t life threatening. He’s due to return to theatre later today. We don’t know his long-term prognosis at this stage and our best wishes remain with him and his family at this difficult time.”

Assistant Chief Constable Sarah Boycott said in a statement: “This is a shocking attack in which a member of our police family has been seriously hurt while trying to detain a crime suspect.

“Attacks on our officers and staff won’t be tolerated and we will always seek the toughest possible criminal justice outcome for offenders.”

Birmingham: the UK's first city to be 'super-diverse' but not the last. These incidents will only increase!