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Scottie Scheffler’s Car is Seen Only Crawling Through the Crash Scene on Video


Thursday, Louisville police shared two videos of the arrest of golfer Scottie Scheffler. The videos show Scheffler’s car slowly driving through the scene of an accident before a police officer chased him, hit his windshield, and pulled him out of the driver’s seat to handcuff him.

Schafer was caught while on his way to the PGA Championships last Friday around 6 a.m. Police said he hurt a police officer who was directing traffic at the scene of the deadly crash. He was charged with felony second-degree assault on a police officer, third-degree criminal mischief, reckless driving, and not following traffic officers’ signals.

The Thursday videos—one from a dashcam and one from a fixed pole—only show a part of the story, but they seem to support the idea that people reacted too quickly. The first conversation between Scheffler and the police officer wasn’t recorded because Detective Bryan Gillis broke staff rules by not turning on his body cam. The police did something “corrective” to him, Chief Jacquelyn Gwinn-Villaroel said Thursday.

From the pole, you can see Scheffler’s car slowly moving toward the Valhalla Golf Club’s front gate. Early that morning, a shuttle bus hit and killed a person who was walking outside the gates. It is clear that a police officer is chasing Scheffler’s car and hits it just as it stops.

The dash cam video shows Scheffler’s black Lexus going around a bus, and then the police officer grabs him and puts him in jail.

Scheffler thought the police were security guards, according to ESPN writer Jeff Darlington, who was there. He didn’t stop when police told him to, so “the police officer attached himself to the vehicle.” “Scheffler drove the car another 10 yards before stopping,” Darlington said.

Scheffler later said, “It was a very chaotic situation” and “I didn’t understand what I was supposed to do.” I never meant to ignore any of the directions.

(TMZ) looked at the police record and saw that the officer said he had “pain, swelling, and abrasions to left wrist and knee” and that his $80 pants were ruined.

He got his picture and warmed up in jail, but Scheffler still made it back to the golf course on time.

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