Cleveland police arrest man wanted for assaulting Brooklyn officer during traffic stop

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BROOKLYN, Ohio -- Brooklyn police say a man wanted for felony assault on a police officer is now in custody.

They say Jose A. Camacho fled a traffic stop Thursday at around 12:15 p.m., causing the officer to be trapped in the driver's compartment, and dragged along the roadway.

Camacho was pulled over for a traffic violation on Ridge Road near Hammond Avenue. The officer discovered warrants for his arrest. Police say when he was asked to exit the vehicle, he resisted and took off.

Police said Camacho has a long history of drug abuse and had said he should be considered armed and dangerous.

The officer was treated at the hospital for a dislocated shoulder and released.

Brooklyn Police Chief Scott Mielke said Cleveland police arrested Camacho. Chief Mielke thanked everyone for their assistance. No further details surrounding the arrest were released.

**Videos in this story show dash cam and body cam of the incident**

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