WATCH: Ohio Man Steals Police Cruiser after Struggling with Cop

The incident was captured on video by a witness, who began recording when a cop and the man were struggling in the middle of the street.

“This nigga just hopped in a police car and drove the fuck off,” said the man recording as he was driving away in his own car.

The man posted it on his [__Facebook page.__](https://www.facebook.com/contreban/videos/1325458697478280/?hc_location=ufi)

The video shows another witness trying to help the cop subdue the man, but the man still got away.

According to [__Fox 8,__](https://youtu.be/6VTupO99MwM) the car was recovered in Cleveland, which is about 20 miles away from Oakwood Village.

Fox 8 also said the car was stolen in Cleveland, which does not explain why the cop was out of his jurisdiction.

All we know is that the cop suffered minor injuries.

However, this is a breaking story and details are scarce at this time, so come back later for more details.

While many will mock this cop, we do commend him for holding his fire because many cops would have opened fire.

The incident was captured on video by a witness, who began recording when a cop and the man were struggling in the middle of the street.

“This nigga just hopped in a police car and drove the fuck off,” said the man recording as he was driving away in his own car.

The man posted it on his [__Facebook page.__](https://www.facebook.com/contreban/videos/1325458697478280/?hc_location=ufi)

The video shows another witness trying to help the cop subdue the man, but the man still got away.

According to [__Fox 8,__](https://youtu.be/6VTupO99MwM) the car was recovered in Cleveland, which is about 20 miles away from Oakwood Village.

Fox 8 also said the car was stolen in Cleveland, which does not explain why the cop was out of his jurisdiction.

All we know is that the cop suffered minor injuries.

However, this is a breaking story and details are scarce at this time, so come back later for more details.

While many will mock this cop, we do commend him for holding his fire because many cops would have opened fire.

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Editor-in-Chief Carlos Miller spent a decade covering the cop beat for various newspapers in the Southwest before returning to his hometown Miami and launching Photography is Not a Crime aka PINAC News in 2007. He also published a book, The Citizen Journalist's Photography Handbook, which is available on Amazon.

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