A police officer begged a female security guard to put down her cell phone and help him subdue a robbery suspect in Houston. 

Bystanders began filming the confrontation between the officer and 17-year-old Davon Shavelle Miller, who was pulled over and ran from the officer, a local news station reported.

"He's trying to kill me!" the suspect yelled, while the officer yelled that Miller was trying to grab his service weapon.


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One man can be seen helping the officer hold Miller on the ground, as others at the gas station pleaded with Miller to stop resisting. 

At one point, a female security guard is seen recording on her cell phone instead of assisting the officer. 

"Stop f***ing filming and help me!" the officer shouted to her.

Jillian Mele reported the security guard was fired after the video went viral, while Miller is charged with disarming a police officer.


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