• June 12, 2024

Nebraska State Trooper Resigned Over What He Did To This Driver [VIDEO]

 Nebraska State Trooper Resigned Over What He Did To This Driver [VIDEO]

A drunk driver led police on a chase in which speeds hit as much as 100 MPH.  After suffering a flat, the man wrecked his SUV.  He got out of the vehicle and raised his arms.  The man could barely stand up, let alone resist arrest.

While talking to the driver, the state trooper,  Lindsey Bixby, lifted his rifle and drove it right into the driver’s head, sending him into the ground.  Bixby originally denied hitting the suspect in the head but resigned after it was  revealed the action was caught on video.

 Brian Davis reportedly led authorities on the dangerous chase while driving a minivan and reaching speeds up to 100mph in 2016.

Trooper Kyle Kuebler clocked a silver van driven by Davis at 76 mph in a 55 mph zone around 1.11am just south of Chadron.

Footage from the ordeal shows sparks flying from one of the blown out tires on the minivan before it crashed off road.

The Colorado native was ordered out of the vehicle by Kuebler and Trooper Lindsey Bixby, who joined in the pursuit about 20 minutes into the chase.

Davis can be seen getting out of the van and raising his arms up while standing before the troopers who are ordering him to ‘get down on the ground’.

The troopers shout that command several times, as Davis does not follow their instructions.

That’s when Bixby approaches Davis and knocks him down by hitting him in the head with the butt end of his rifle.

Davis can be seen falling down to the ground as one of the troopers wrestles with him in an effort to place handcuffs on his wrists.
According to Omaha World-Herald, Bixby was not truthful about what happened during the March 4, 2016 incident.

The trooper, who was not fired, testified under oath that he did not strike Davis in the head.

H/T The Mail Online

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