NELSONVILLE, Ohio (AP) -- An Ohio police officer caught on video aggressively grabbing a seated and unarmed 15-year-old boy by the face and pushing him into a desk has been indicted on charges of kidnapping, assault and interfering with civil rights.
An Athens County grand jury in southwestern Ohio returned the three-count indictment against Nelsonville police Officer Randy Secoy on Monday.
The kidnapping charge is a felony while the assault and civil rights charges are listed as misdemeanors.
Secoy's number is unlisted and Nelsonville police Chief Jason Wallace did not return calls and emails for comment Wednesday.
The charges against Secoy stem from an incident on March 6 after the teen was arrested on suspicion of fighting with another teen at a restaurant.
Secoy is set to appear in court on April 3.