A 33-year-old man was taken to San Patricio County Jail after police say he took an officer’s stun ɡᴜп and attempted to use it on officers.
The Aransas Pass Police Department released footage of the incident Thursday afternoon on its Facebook page.
Officers took arrested the man in the Walmart parking lot about 8:45 a.m. Wednesday after complaints about the man acting strangely, the post states.
At one point, the man unsuccessfully attempts to put the keys into the ignition.
The man leans away from the officer who is attempting to get him out of the pickup. Another officer arrives and appears to break the rear passenger-side window of the pickup in an attempt to open the passenger door, the footage shows.
The officer also tells the man he is going to get “tased.”
“My hands are up!” the man yells. “I didn’t do anything. What are you doing? What’s going on?” the man says.
Officers put a cuff on one of the man’s wrists and get him out of the pickup and onto the ground. An officer asks the man if he has taken any Ԁгᴜɡѕ, to which the man replies “no,” the footage shows.The footage then cuts to surveillance from the police department.
“Later that afternoon, around 2 pm, officers found the time to move the inmates around and finish preparing them for the county jail,” the post reads. “In doing so, (the man) was made to sit in the booking area while officers moved another inmate out of the (intoxication) cell.”
He was not in handcuffs, the footage shows.
A female officer was holding a door open and appeared to talk to the man when he got up from a chair and ran toward her, footage shows.
He bumps into her, takes her ѕтᴜп ɡᴜп and points it at another officer who enters the room.
Police said the man fired the ѕтᴜп ɡᴜп at the second officer who enters the room. Footage then shows the man looking down at the taser. Police said he attempted to reload the ѕтᴜп ɡᴜп, the video shows.Footage then shows the man running into a hallway of the building when he is brought to the ground by two police officers.Jesse Rose was taken to the San Patricio County Jail on suspicion of possession of һᴇгᴏɪп, failure to identify, escape resulting in injury, taking a wᴇɑρᴏп from an officer, evading arrest or detention, resisting arrest and two counts of assault on a peace officer, police said. Police also said there was a warrant for Rose’s arrest, although the offense not specified.
Rose remained in San Patricio County Jail on Thursday evening.
Watch the video below: