VIDEO: Officer Takes Down Non-Compliant Suspect With Sparta Kick To Chest

Jermel Coleman has allegedly confessed to murdering his stepfather, Randolph Divins.

Bossier City, LA – Cell phone footage captured the moment that a Bossier City police officer booted a wanted murder suspect in the chest as the uncooperative man screamed at officers to shoot him (video below).

Jermel Coleman, 31, was wanted in connection with the June 21 fatal shooting of his stepfather, Randolph Divins, KNOE reported.

The homicide occurred during a fight between Divins and Coleman outside Sol’s Pipe & Steel Inc. in Monroe, police said.

Investigators located Coleman at an address on Norris Lane on June 25, but the murder suspect refused to comply with their commands when they attempted to place him under arrest, ArkLaTex reported.

Silent cell phone footage showed Coleman as he walked down a driveway with his hands raised. He appeared to yell something to someone outside the camera’s view, then knelt down onto the ground.

According to a Bossier City Police Department (BCPD) spokesperson, Coleman refused to follow the officers’ commands and screamed at them to shoot him, ArkLaTex reported.

When two officers rushed towards him a second later, one of the officers delivered a swift kick to the center of Coleman’s chest, knocking him backwards onto the ground, the video showed.

Much of the actual arrest took place behind a parked car that blocked the camera’s view.

Coleman later confessed to having murdered his stepfather, KNOE reported.

He was booked into the Bossier Parish Detention Center on charges of drug possession and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, KSLA reported.

Coleman was also a wanted fugitive out of Shreveport and Caddo Parish.

He is awaiting extradition to Monroe on a charge of second-degree murder.

You can watch cell phone footage of Coleman’s arrest in the video below:

Comments (26)
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Co10706
Co10706

Hope he didn’t hurt the poor murderer...

LitheSteel
LitheSteel

Awwww

Boatman8219179
Boatman8219179

If you ask me he needs another one straight to the head! The hell with the kid gloves with these criminals!

beyondpissedoff
beyondpissedoff

Now the POS will sue the cops for "excessive force".

Mig Alley
Mig Alley

Can you use that on a 13%er /s

trainbuff
trainbuff

The lesson for today is always buy a good, sturdy pair of work boots for you never know what life may throw at you!

TrueAmerican
TrueAmerican

Damn I felt that from here! Duma ass should of layed down like they told him too!

RB2207
RB2207

How long until he sues the Officer for kicking him and "violating his rights".

Stanracer
Stanracer

Good job. Unfortunately some bleeding hearts will be screaming about excessive force, which, of course, we know it was not. Watch for the ghetto lottery to kick in.

Skidoo
Skidoo

That kick was more of a push. I wouldn't want to touch him either at least until I had latex gloves on.

HAWAIIBLUE
HAWAIIBLUE

LOL! That was hilarious. I can think of a few keyboard commandos on here that a lot of people would like to see that done to also.......

Terminaters168
Terminaters168

Black again what a shock

Katarina
Katarina

That was no kick. He simply pushed him backwards with his boot.

TFN
TFN

I'm sorry but I watched the take down about 5 times & LOL'ed each time!! Do what the officers say of they'll do it for you! Especially when you killed someone

BlueLM101
BlueLM101

The man kept reaching down around his waistband and was non-compliant. The take down doesn't seem bad to me, but I can understand why it would bother the untrained eye. Officers are trained in a variety of ways to bring a non-compliant subject into compliance and considering what this man is wanted for, I don't blame the officers for their handling. It's a safety issue.

new2lv2
new2lv2

Officer Leonidas. Badge # 300