Dispatch recordings released in Greenville officer crash


GREENVILLE, S.C. (WSPA) — Recordings have been released from the night a Greenville police officer was hurt by a driver accused of running a stop sign. 

7News obtained the dispatch recordings from the crash that happened Dec. 20 at Asbury Avenue and Hudson Street. 

Greenville police say Officer Brandon Roberts was trapped after another car ran a stop sign and hit him while he was on patrol.  

Police say suspects in the other car fled but were quickly apprehended.

Three people were charged, including officers found the other car involved in the accident and arrested one suspect, while several others ran from the scene. 

Lamarcea Rodrecus Rosemond, 25, Sakorea Tiocha Black, 19, and Yomyce Damia Lee, 19, all of Greenville, were each charged with interfering with police.

Officer Roberts was released from the hospital the following day and is back on the job.

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