Raw Bodycam Video Captures ‘Loud Music’ Arrest

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Bodycam video shows officers with the Blytheville Police Department arrest a man on Easter Sunday. “I see another Mike Brown and Trayvon Martin situation if you ask me,” Patrick Newbern Jr. said. Newbern said he was unjustly targeted in the parking lot of Lucky’s Store on South Division Street as police responded to complaints of loud music.

The footage showed an officer ask Newbern for his license and for him not to go anywhere while he wrote a citation. Newbern began driving off but stopped before getting out of the parking lot. Police said Newbern refused to get out of the car when they told him to, but he said he never had a chance to get out of his seat belt before officers started yanking him out. “When you ask me to get out the car, you open up the door snatching me out the car without letting me get out my seat belt,” Newbern said. “How can I get out the car in my seat belt?”

A police report revealed Newbern was tased twice and sprayed with a chemical agent after he allegedly resisted arrest, grabbed for the officer’s weapons and tried hitting one of them. “As soon as I saw the video, it made me sick to my stomach,” Tony Hollis, president of the Mississippi County Chapter of the NAACP, said. Hollis is calling for the arresting officer to be disciplined and for better training for Blytheville Police.

“They was attending to him and touching him and whatever — going inside his vehicle,” Hollis explained about bystanders seen in the video. “That is not standard police procedure. The police department — they even placed themselves in danger.” Newbern was charged with violation of the city noise ordinance, fleeing by vehicle and resisting arrest. The local NAACP is planning a rally within the next two weeks to bring attention to the video and law enforcement-community relations.

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41 thoughts on “Raw Bodycam Video Captures ‘Loud Music’ Arrest

  1. This mob rule is the exact same emotion rule and peer pressure that foolish people line up for in today’s world to
    to get a vaccine from hell with no rights to sue for personal deadly injury and wrongful death 💀

  2. Driving without ID, turned the music up louder when the officer approached, attempted to flee, took his sweet ass time not even attempting for 30 seconds after being asked to get out of the car. Attempted to grab officers weapon also was fighting with the officers. Of course the Fat boy ran to the NAACP as they always do. Act da fool, get the fools gold.

  3. Always blows my mind how many ignorant morons can defend the behavior of these idiot criminals. This guy was acting like an entitled piece of shit and then ran from the cops and then of course has to cry harrassment or whatever nonsense. Never ever taking any kind of responsibility or accountability for their own actions. The terrifying thing is how many people buy into the "I didnt do nuthin" bullshit. Our society is doomed

  4. I wonder if cops get trained on how to talk and handle people from the hood. Because you cant talk to them and handle them the same way you talk to people not from the hood

  5. People need to start getting arrested for interfering with arrests like these. You can't mob up and loom over a cop. That situation can get incredibly dangerous incredibly fast. If you don't want to listen to being told to "back up" 30 times and would rather continue standing there, flailing your arms around, cursing and hyping up the crowd, your ass is going downtown too. You let them do it once, they're going to do it next time, and the time after that, and the time after that, until somebody gets shot… whether that's a citizen or a cop, or both.

  6. People need to start getting arrested for interfering with arrests like these. You can't mob up and loom over a cop. That situation can get incredibly dangerous incredibly fast. If you don't want to listen to being told to "back up" 30 times and would rather continue standing there, flailing your arms around, cursing and hyping up the crowd, your ass is going downtown too. You let them do it once, they're going to do it next time, and the time after that, and the time after that, until somebody gets shot… whether that's a citizen or a cop, or both.

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