The student, who police identified as Selorm Ohene, was arrested about 10 p.m. Bard said officers had difficulty in getting one of Ohene’s arms from underneath his body to be able to handcuff him. Check your inbox for details. Bard Jr., the Cambridge police commissioner, said at a news conference that he supported the arresting officers and had not placed them on administrative leave. Ohene’s friends reported that he had taken a hallucinogenic drug, although that could not be independently verified.
So the individual is currently being evaluated to see if they fit that set of circumstances," he said. This segment aired on April 17, 2018. As Ohene and I conversed, I observed him clinch both his fists. The officers held him to the ground until paramedics arrived, placed him on a stretcher, and put him in the ambulance. Oath Inc. The confrontation began when police responded to a 911 call from a woman who said a naked man had thrown his clothes in her face.