PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Portland police say one of their officers was bashed in the head with a beer mug by a man who couldn’t be stopped by a stun gun or pepper spray.
The offer’s head was stapled, and the man was accused of assault and resisting arrest.
Police said the officer, Jakhary Jackson, warned a jaywalker who passed in front of his patrol car in northPortland, and the man charged.
In a struggle, the man hit the officer with a mug, and the two covered about 50 yards as the officer tried unsuccessfully to subdue the man.
Eventually, police said, five officers arrived and arrested 41-year-old Thomas Jack Carlston.
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