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Traffic Stop Turns Violent in Achille

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ACHILLE, OK----- A traffic stop turned violent this afternoon in Achille.

According to Achille police officer Allen Golden, the incident started at around 11 a.m. when he pulled over a Colbert man in his sixties.

Golden said he asked for his license four times and the man refused to give it to him. He said he tried to arrest him for it and that's when the man swung at him and made verbal threats.

Golden said he called for backup and Bryan County sheriff's deputies came to arrest the man.

He said they booked him into Bryan County Jail and that he will be cited for speeding, no proof of insurance or driver's license, obstruction and assault on a police officer.

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