VIDEO: College football player slams officer onto concrete during heated altercation

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BY TEAM DML / FEBRUARY 13, 2020 /

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An altercation between a college football player and Ohio police officers Monday during a traffic stop ended up with the man slamming one of the officers, dashcam video shows.

Michael Harris, a linebacker for Eastern Kentucky University, is seen on the video in a parking lot near what appears to be his SUV. As a Grove City police cruiser pulls up, the dashcam video shows Harris and another officer talking to each other.

The article goes on to state the following:

Harris at one point puts his hands up while being patted down. More words are exchanged and one officer appears to put one of his hands on the back of the player’s head. Harris then tries to get back into the vehicle, but is pushed away and officers try to arrest the man.

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The dash cam video shows Harris picking up the officer, holding him up in the air, then slamming him onto the concrete.

The report states that the officer was not injured, and Harris is now facing multiple charges.  WATCH BELOW:

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