A Houston man is lucky to be alive after video captures him being highly uncooperative with a police officer who was attempting to identify the man after a reported call.
Clarence Evans is filmed as he physically resists being detained by an officer after he refused to give his identification. According to reports,
Clarence Evans was sitting outside when the constable from Houston Precinct 4 approached claiming that someone had reported his dog as stolen.
The officer asks for his identification but after Evans refused which led to the altercation.
“I’m so pissed right now it’s not even fucking funny, I’ve always been the one to say all cops aren’t bad but this racist mf just proved me wrong. I’m outside with my son and daughter watching them play when this racist ass constable from precinct 4 pulls up in front of my house and tells me someone called in about my dog being stolen. I tell him that’s impossible cuz I have his paperwork plus I have a chip in him. He then asked for Id and I politely tell him no he then says to me “put your hands behind your back Reg” I have never in my life went by that name then he tells I have a felony warrant out in Louisiana and calls me Quitin. Then once his partner pulls up he shows me a picture of a black man in his 50’s with dreds. So clearly this mf just saw a black man with dreds and think we all look alike. Now I see how unarmed innocent black men get shot down by cops, it’s no way I was letting him get my hands behind my back because he was to nervous and shaking so I knew he was scared next thing you know he goes for his weapon and shoots me in my back and say he feared for his life, He was gone have to shot this black man while looking me in my face.”
“Now just think what if this Reg/ quitin man he thought I was did some serious shit in Louisiana like killed someone so since he thinks I’m him he shoots first and ask questions later. I could’ve just that easy been the next mf y’all protest behind.”
The officer is seen displaying amazing restraint as Evans refuses to place his hands behind his back. It is only until backup arrives that
that the officer is able to retrieve his phone from his car to show Evans that he resembles the man they are looking for.
The video ends with the officers leaving as Evans berates the officers for mistaking him for the man who had a warrant out in Louisiana.