DAILYKENN.com -- 44-year-old Marc LaQuon Payne aimed his vehicle at police officers and pressed the pedal to the metal, authorities say. A surveillance video captured one of the officers — a 33-year-old officer on his first day on the job — cartwheeling through the air, according to fox10phoenix.com.
The incident occurred in Phoenix, Arizona.
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According to 12news.com, Payne was “arrested in 1997 for kicking an officer during a roadside encounter.”
Court documents show in 1997, Payne pleaded guilty to aggravated assault after resisting arrest and kicking a Phoenix police officer twice in the leg.
According to police, they’d pulled Payne over for expired tags and realized he had outstanding warrants.
Documents show Payne accepted responsibility for the assault and said he struggled with officers because he didn’t want to be “chained up.”
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