Columbus police announced Wednesday morning that the need the public’s help identifying a man accused of injuring an officer while fleeing a traffic stop on Nina Street.
Columbus police announced Wednesday morning that the need the public’s help identifying a man accused of injuring an officer while fleeing a traffic stop on Nina Street. Provided by the Columbus Police Department
Columbus police announced Wednesday morning that the need the public’s help identifying a man accused of injuring an officer while fleeing a traffic stop on Nina Street. Provided by the Columbus Police Department

Columbus police trying to identify man who injured officer while fleeing traffic stop

October 11, 2017 11:21 AM

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