Michigan Police Force Man Out of Car, Take His Cell Phone As He Films (Video)

| by Michael Allen

Patrick Ohsowski was recently pulled over by a police officer in Midland, Michigan, for alleged “improper lane use.”

However, the alleged traffic violation turned into a drug search as the officer brought a dog over to search Ohsowski's car while Ohsowski filmed the incident on his cell phone (video below).

The dog walked past the driver's side of the car twice, but didn't give any indication of drugs. The officer claimed the dog smelled something on the passenger side and ordered Ohsowski out of the car, noted

Ohsowski claimed the dog smelled something on two stops before, but failed to find anything.

The officer told Ohsowski to get out and put his cell phone on top of the car, but Ohsowski wanted to hold it so that he could continue filming.

The officer then told Ohsowski to put his hands on the back of his head and pulled Ohsowski out of his car. The video abruptly ended.

Ohsowski wrote on his YouTube page, "Cop pulled me out of my car and took my phone out of my hands. I was lucky to be able to lock my phone so the video i have wouldn't be deleted."

It's not clear if Ohsowski was charged.

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