Bodycam images show how K9 drags a suspect out of a bathtub after he & # 39; has shot two women out of a van, guns them and then throws a two-year-old child in a car seat on the floor & # 39;
- Tyvon Mumphrey was hidden by K9 officer Kahn in a bathtub in a house
- In body cam recordings, the dog looked for the suspect and arrested him later
- Mumphrey of Tulsa, Oklahoma, was arrested on July 11 and taken to the hospital
- He was accused of child abuse, theft with a weapon and possession of a firearm
Tyvon Eugene Mumphrey (above) was found in a house by K9 officer Kahn on July 11 after the Tulsa police had tried to find the suspect for more than a month
Bodycam images show a suspect being dragged out of a bathtub by a K9 officer after the man allegedly pushed two women out of a van, gun hit them, and then threw a child on the floor in a car seat.
Tyvon Eugene Mumphrey of Tulsa, Oklahoma, was arrested on July 11 after the animal was able to catch on its scent and hide behind a shower curtain.
The Tulsa police got a tip that he was hiding in the house on the 1800 block of North Madison and tried to beckon him with words before he entered.
& # 39; Tyvon, don't be stupid, & # 39; one of the officers may hear Mumphrey warn moments before releasing K9 officer Kahn to search the property.
Video of the incident, the dog followed the suspect into the bathroom and held him until he was handcuffed and later taken to the hospital to treat the wound on his left shoulder.
Mumphrey is accused of child abuse, theft with a dangerous weapon and possession of a firearm by a convicted criminal.
K9 Officer Kahn (left) can be seen as detained by Officer Woods before being released into the house at 1800 blocks from North Madison, Oklahoma, to track down Mumphrey
Officer Woods warned the dog that Mumphrey was hiding twice in a bath (left) before he acted. The dog finally caught the smell of the suspect clutched on his arm (right)
The police have released the images of the bodycam, which starts with showing various officers trying to seduce Mumphrey to leave the property on their own initiative.
Kahn then enters dark rooms and searches for the suspect, who according to NewsOn6 officers had been trying to track down for more than a month.
Officer Woods stands in the door arch and points his flashlight and gun at the rooms while the dog oversees the areas.
The search continues through a living room, two bedrooms, a kitchen, the corridor and the bathroom.
After Woods realizes that the suspect is hiding in the bathtub, he decides to use it as a lesson for Kahn to learn and tries to point him to the hideout.
During a second glance after the curtain moves, the dog sees the suspect, bites him on the arm and shakes him as he tries to pull him out of the bath.
& # 39; Raise your hands, & # 39; the officer shouts and encourages Mumphrey to bring his second wrist closer so that he can be enthralled.
Mumphrey can be seen bleeding from his left upper arm and later visible bite wounds would later be treated by emergency medical services.
Later, Woods was asked if he was putting officers at risk by letting the dog find the suspect instead of arresting him immediately after he noticed him.
& # 39; Oh absolutely. I know one of our officers had withdrawn to that room for cover, not knowing he was in the shower, & he told NewsOn6.
Mumphrey was taken to Tulsa County prison after hospital treatment and held a bail of $ 135,000. He must appear in court on November 14.
A second bodycam clip showed officer Woods (center) with Kahn who arrested the suspect
Mumphrey was held by Kahn (right) while officers handcuffed him before the dog released him
Mumphrey (left) was taken to the hospital for the dog bite wounds on his left upper arm. Woods later explained that he had noticed the suspect earlier, but wanted to use the experience as training for K9 officer Kahn (right)
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