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Man allegedly rams car into St. Louis City police cruiser

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Kevin Labriado is accused of slamming his car into two police cruisers in north St. Louis. Police believe his 5-year-old daughter was in his car at the time Kevin Labriado is accused of slamming his car into two police cruisers in north St. Louis. Police believe his 5-year-old daughter was in his car at the time
ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMOV.com) -

A St. Louis man allegedly rammed his vehicle into a police cruiser Friday night, as his daughter sat in the backseat.

Two St. Louis City officers were inside the police unit parked along Riverview Boulevard when Kevin Labriado allegedly rammed his vehicle into it twice.

Labriado's 5-year-old daughter was reportedly inside his car at the time of the incident.

No injuries were reported, in what police called an unprovoked attack.

Authorities said Labriado yelled, "This is for black people," as he was placed in handcuffs.

On the same night, an unidentified male dragged a Velda City police officer during a routine traffic stop.

The officer sustained only minor injuries and reported back to duty the next day.

However, police are still searching for the suspect in that case. Anyone with information is asked to call Velda City police at 636-529-8210.

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