|County prosecutor has case where officer hurt|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Saturday, 16 February 2013 10:17|
A felony charge may be filed against a man whose Sunday morning arrest resulted in a broken ankle for a city police officer and a broken arm for himself.
The case against Zhe Liu, 23, Bowling Green, has been turned over to the Wood County Prosecutor's Office and, according to the State Highway Patrol, which handled the investigation, a felonious assault charge is being considered.
Liu, the patrol said, was stopped in the middle of the road at Sixth Street near South College with his four-way lights on, and was discovered by a trooper on patrol. The trooper approached the vehicle and later placed Liu under arrest for OVI. However, Liu began to resist the officer as he began to handcuff him. The trooper then called for backup from Bowling Green police.
Liu was finally arrested in the 800 block of Sixth Street after a tussel with officers.
According to the patrol, Liu struggled with officers and ran from the scene and had to be Tasered twice. A Bowling Green police officer sustained a broke ankle in the incident and Liu also sustained a broken arm.
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