TULSA, Okla. - QUICK FACTS:
- Tulsa police have released body camera video of the arrest of Joshua Moles.
- Police say they were patrolling near 11th and Utica in April when they saw a car run several stop signs and a red light.
- Police caught up with the car and tried pulling it over, but the driver wouldn’t stop. He kept driving from police until he stopped the car at 31st and Lewis.
- Video shows Moles stopping in the middle of the intersection. When he gets out of the car, police say he punches an officer in the chest and shoulder, and tries running away
- Officers get him down just yards away from his vehicle and use a stun gun on him to get him to comply
- Moles was arrested for eluding, obstruction, and assault on a police officer
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