He was dragged along the road by a car on Ashleigh Street on Friday evening.
A police officer has been seriously injured after being dragged along the road by a car during an incident in Keighley.
It happened on Friday 10th July at around 17:50 on Ashleigh Street
Two NPT officers approach a Toyota Yaris which was parked outside a shop on Ashleigh Street. There were two males inside the car, but as the officer’s approach, the male passenger made off on foot.
The driver was still inside the vehicle and as the officer approaches to detain the individual; he starts to drive off and the officer is dragged along the road. The car then collides with a tree and comes to a standstill.
Two men, aged 28 and 30, were arrested at the scene and a large quantity of Class A drugs were later found, as well as an air rifle.
Mohammed Ayub, aged 30, of Springfield Road, Keighley has been charged with S18 assault and also causing serious injury by dangerous driving.
Both men were also arrested on suspicion on concern in the supply of Class A drugs and enquiries are ongoing in relation to these offences.
The male police officer who was injured as a result of the incident, suffered serious injuries to his leg and received hospital treatment.
Detective Inspector Ryan Bragg, of Bradford CID, said:
“This was an incredibly distressing incident for the officers involved as they were going about their daily duties. One of the officers has suffered a serious injury to his leg, but has since been discharged from hospital and recovering at home.
“I would urge anyone who witnessed the incident or has any further information to come forward and speak to us to assist with our ongoing investigation.”
Anyone with any further information about this incident is asked to contact Bradford CID via 101 quoting crime reference 13200346159 or alternatively information can be asked to independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.