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FORMAL CHARGES HAVE BEEN FILED AGAINST A METRO-DADE POLICE OFFICER AFTER AN ALTERCATION AND SCUFFLE WITH POLICE IN ORANGE COUNTY.(STATIONS NOTE: THERE IS PROFANITY IN THE SURVEILLANCE TAPE)
|COP ARRESTED FOLLOW (05/21/1997)
|Night video of police talking to man during surveillance video, graphics of Campbell charges, photo of Campbell, more surveillance video of what happened the night the cop was arrested, Campbell fighting with police officers.
|FORMAL CHARGES HAVE BEEN FILED AGAINST A METRO-DADE POLICE OFFICER AFTER AN ALTERCATION AND SCUFFLE WITH POLICE IN ORANGE COUNTY.(STATIONS NOTE: THERE IS PROFANITY IN THE SURVEILLANCE TAPE)
|LEAD: Formal charges have been filed against the Metro-Dade police major who squared-off with a deputy during a routine traffic stop.The confrontation was captured on police video..showing the Metro-Dade officer cursing at police and then a struggle.54 year-old Aaron Campbell has been out on bond since April 9th when police say he got out of control challenging and physically threatening two Orange County deputies on the Florida Turnpike..And it was all captured on police video.Kim Vatis reports. SCRIPT: Campbell was stopped for failing to signal during a lane change..but wasn't about to take a ticket.(SOT/NO SUPER) IC: "It's a violation..." OC: "...a f'in liar."And as this video taken from an Orange County deputy's car shows, Campbell put up a fight.(SOT/NO SUPER) IC: "Give me..." OC: "...give me ticket."Campbell was booked into the Orange County jail but has been out on bond...Now the state attorney's office has filed formal charges.Including 2 counts of battery on a law enforcement officer and 2 counts of resisting an officer without violence.Campbell is also charged with resisting an officer with violence.Sheriff's have said the tape speaks for itself..now Campbell will have to come back to Orange County to face his charges in court.(SOT) IC: "Stop resisting us..." OC: "...get on the ground." TAG: Campbell is a 26-year veteran of the force.He was put on administrative leave with pay after his arrest...But in light of these new formal charges, Metro-Dade police have put him on unpaid leave...If convicted, Campbell could get up to five years in jail..at the very least, he'll face probation and a five thousand dollar fine.There's no word yet on when Campbell's court date will be set in Orange County.--END-- CONFL
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