Parma police launched the sprint and physique digital camera footage on Tuesday.
PARMA, Ohio — Parma police have launched sprint and physique digital camera footage of a weekend site visitors cease involving Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson’s grandson, Frank Q. Jackson.
Parma police say they stopped the 24-year-old Jackson simply after midnight on Sunday on State Street simply after Brookpark Street, for having home windows that have been tinted too darkly.
Within the physique cam video, you see the officers converse with Jackson. The officers shuttle with him a bit earlier than asking him to step out of the automotive to allow them to search it. He refused, so officers tried to drag him out of the motive force’s facet door. Jackson then drove off, nearly dragging one of many officers. That officer was in a position to free himself and was not injured.
The sprint digital camera captured Jackson driving off, and the officers working again to their cruisers earlier than giving chase, reaching speeds of just about 100 miles per hour on the freeway.
Jackson turned himself in round 2 a.m. Sunday.
You may watch the bodycam video under:
On Monday, appeared in Parma Municipal Courtroom on fees associated to the chase.
He was issued a $50,000 bond and transferred to the Cuyahoga County Jail on Monday night. Jackson faces a felony cost of failure to adjust to the order/sign of a police officer.
Simply days in the past, an arrest warrant was issued for Jackson in relation to the assault of a girl again in December. The warrant says Jackson “did knowingly trigger or try to trigger bodily hurt” to the sufferer, recognized because the mom of his little one.
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The warrant additionally says Jackson allegedly struck the sufferer a number of instances within the head, inflicting her to hit a sofa and fall on the ground. She suffered a lump to the brow and dizziness resulting from being struck, the warrant reviews.