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Man Accused Of Dragging An Officer

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A Wichita Falls man turned himself in, after running from police.

Police went to the Studio E nightclub on Sheppard Access Rd., Sunday, February 26, for a disturbance. Police said they saw Louis Edward Green, 27, driving through the parking lot.

An officer approached the vehicle on foot and stopped Green. Police said they could see through a partially rolled down window and saw what they thought was a shotgun on the front seat.

Police ordered Green not to move, but they said he sped off and had an officer's arm in the window, forcing the officer to run along side the car. The officer was able to get his arm free.

Police said Green sped off and left his vehicle in a neighborhood a few blocks from the nightclub, still running. Police said Green could not be found and neither could the shotgun. Officers did say they found shotgun ammo inside the vehicle.

Green is charged with aggravated assault of a police officer and evading arrest with a vehicle. Police said Green has a lengthy criminal history and is a member of the Rolling 30's Blood street gang.

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