Policewoman stops a man for speeding and is attacked: passersby help her to arrest him

Police in Willoughby, Ohio, released footage of an officer receiving help from passing motorists as she was attacked by a man who was stopped for speeding on 10 September. According to the report on the incident, Willoughby police officer Stacee Wright had stopped the man, identified as David Koubeck, driving a Chevrolet that was traveling at 57 miles per hour in an area with the limit of 35. The footage shows Wright confronting the driver through the window before he exits the car. The driver pushes and physically attacks the agent, also hitting her in the face. A man crossing the street helped the woman and together with her succeeded in blocking the attacker. Shortly after, other people passing by arrive to the policewoman’s rescue. The officer was transported to the hospital and discharged with minor injuries. In addition to the speeding ticket, Koubeck was charged with assaulting a police officer and resisting arrest. He was registered with the Willoughby Police Department and transferred to the Lake County Jail, police said.

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published.