Orlando, Fla - A man is facing several charges after police said he dragged an officer during a traffic stop, reaching 60 miles per hour.
The video shows officer John Murphy with the Orlando Police Department speaking with Zavier Askew during a traffic stop near College Drive and Willie Mays Parkway.
Officer Murphy initially pulled Askew over on May 9, 2019 for an expired tag.
The officer later asks Askew to to get out of the vehicle and pats him down after having him stand by his patrol car.
Murphy then searches the glove compartment inside the vehicle and allegedly discovers "a large vacuum seal bag of pot." Vials of cannabis oil, a scale and multiple baggies were also allegedly found.
As Murphy walks back to Askew, the video then allegedly shows Askew run back to the car, jumping in the drivers seat and accelerating, dragging Murphy with him.
"Dude you're killing me," the officer can be heard saying as his legs were being dragged outside the vehicle. "Stop! This is attempted murder!"
A minute into the drive, Askew finally stops and is placed in handcuffs.
"I'm bleeding I think," Murphy can be heard saying. "You almost killed me."
Another officer arrives as backup and to help with the arrest.
Askew faces six charges, including attempted murder of a law enforcement officer.
He is being held at the Orange County Jail on no bond.