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SLUG: ME-Brushfire DATE: 03.15.2006 CREDIT: Kevin Clark/The Washington Post Brandywine, MD NEG. #: S

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Maryland State Police are investigating a trooper’s actions of ripping out a driver’s and pulling the driver out of the car.

The incident happened in Calvert County during a traffic stop on May 7, but the driver released the recording last week.

The driver, Ray Harris Jr., was arrested and spent eight hours in jail. He was charged with failing to obey a lawful order, but the charge has since been dropped.

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