Suspect Responsible For Major Police Cruiser Crash Arraigned Tuesday

Cleveland, OH - Saul Nolen, the man responsible for leading police into a horrible crash last Friday that hospitalized two officers, had his day in court on Tuesday.

Nolen is being held on a half-million cash bond. The suspect claimed in court Tuesday that he was beaten by Cleveland Police when in jail.

Police said that Nolen had to be subdued by numerous officers and tasered multiple times because he was high on PCP drugs and violent.

Nolan is accused of leading police on a chase that ended up landing two police officers in the hospital last Friday.

The two officers, Aric Pruitt and Bob Ellis, were injured when their police cruiser crush crashed into a pole.

Pruitt is listed in critical condition at Metro Health Medical Center and Ellis is currently listed in good condition at Metro Health Medical Center.

Nolen, the suspect police were chasing, was going the wrong way on Miles Road.

Nolen is charged with failure to comply and obstruction of official business.