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A teenage criminal who was filmed hitting a policeman with his motorcycle in a stolen car has been jailed for three years.
Callum Fellows, 18, was driving a dark blue Seat Leon when PC Steve Lovering pulled up alongside him while waiting at a stoplight in Oldbury, West Midlands.
PC Lovering recognized Fellows as wanted for motor vehicle crimes on August 27 of last year.
But, before the suspect could be confronted, Fellows backed up his car at high speed and collided with the officer, sending him across the street.
The horrific attack was captured on CCTV and on PC Lovering’s body camera.
Fellows, of Wolverhampton, admitted battery, dangerous driving, criminal mischief and driving while he was disqualified last November.
He also admitted to receiving stolen property, three other counts of dangerous driving and disqualified driving, as well as theft of a motor vehicle.
Fellows was jailed for three years at Wolverhampton Crown Court on Friday.
CCTV and the officer’s body-cam captured the shocking moment PC Steve Lovering was sent sprawling in Oldbury, West Midlands. Fellows reversed the car before ramming into the officer
CCTV and body camera footage captured the moment PC Lovering was sent flying off his bike.
PC Lovering desperately radioed for help from his colleagues as Fellows sped away through a red light in the chilling clip.
He yells: ‘I was deliberately thrown off my bike from that vehicle. He went left, left toward Blackheath. Two IC1 males (white) on board.
Dumbfounded members of the public are seen rushing to the aid of PC Lovering as a woman breaks Fellow’s registration number on her mobile phone.
A man asks the officer: ‘Are you okay? Are you sure you don’t need to sit down?
PC Lovering responds: ‘I’m fine, thanks, buddy.
PC Lovering pulled up alongside the stolen Seat Leon and gestured for the driver to pull down their window
The worst of all is that it is not the first time it happens, it will not be the last. It was a stolen car. Thank you all so much for stopping by. ‘
PC Lovering chose Fellows in an identification parade and was arrested.
PC Lovering said: ‘It was pure luck that there was no car near me when I was thrown off the bike as it could have been so much worse.
“I had some back and shoulder pain, but nothing broke.
“It was really encouraging to see so many people stopping by to help and check that I was okay and offer their help.”
West Midlands Police CID Detective Sergeant Chris Jones said: ‘Fellow’s actions were completely reckless and it is fortunate that PC Lovering was not seriously injured.
‘Despite having some back and shoulder pain, nothing broke and PC Lovering was fine.
The behavior of the ‘companions’ was dangerous and completely unacceptable.’