Battle Creek Police dash cam video shows a suspect opening fire on a police officer during a traffic stop.

On Saturday, March 5th officer Bradley Gentry attempted a simple traffic stop.  The officer approached 21 year old Dariyone Clark-Brown's vehicle and said, "what's up man?"  Before the officer could finish that greeting, the suspect fired a shot a very close range at the officer.  Officer Gentry then returned fire, shooting 10 times as the suspect sped away.

According to the Battle Creek Enquirer,

Dariyone Clark-Brown, 21, appeared in Calhoun County District Court and was charged with assault with intent to murder, fleeing from police, two counts of resisting police, carrying a concealed weapon, and use of a firearm in the commission of a felony. He faces up to life in prison if convicted of all charges.

The dash cam footage is shocking.  Follow the incident from the moment the officer pulls the suspect over to the shooting, all the way through the high speed chase.

According to the Detroit Scanner YouTube Channel,

The dash cam concludes when the suspect, 21-year-old Darriyone Zamone Clark-Brown foot bails from the vehicle, eventually holding up in a house nearby. Footage of the incident ends with this video, additional footage was NOT released by the Battle Creek Police Department. Clark-Brown was eventually bitten by a Battle Creek PD K9 and taken into custody.