Prosecutors say an off-obligation Maryland officer was justified in capturing of a 35-yr-previous man who dragged the officer together with his automotive.
Native information media retailers report that Baltimore County prosecutors launched their evaluation Monday of the Aug. 1 capturing of Christopher Clapp.
Authorities say the off-obligation officer was working safety at a Catonsville grocery retailer when he was alerted to a reported shoplifting. Police say the officer confronted Clapp within the parking zone and Clapp started to drive away, dragging the officer with the automotive.
Deputy State’s Lawyer Robin Coffin says the officer was “fairly in worry” that he would proceed to be dragged or get run over by the automotive. Coffin says the officer “was justified in capturing Mr. Clapp to save lots of his personal life.”
The officer wasn’t injured.