38-year-old Rocky Rudolph from Apopka, Florida, was arrested Saturday by Seminole County Deputy Sheriff Aaron Blais.
The body-image image published by the sheriff's office in Seminole County on Sunday shows how the deputy and police officer have a quiet, friendly interaction in the first few minutes of traffic obstruction after Blais Rudolph left he has pulled it over because he had tinted discs. The two men even joke about the unusual name of the suspect.
But things get annoying when Blais asks Rudolph if he has marijuana in the vehicle before telling him to turn off his vehicle.
Instead, Rudolph throws the car into motion as the deputy screams out the window hangs driver to stop.
Rudolph stops for a moment and Blais points a gun at him to stop him before Rudolph leaves again for a highway.
The Dashcam video shows the deputy dropping out of the vehicle as he walks away.
Sheriff's office went to Rudolph after the incident and he was arrested shortly before 4.30pm on Saturday, the department said.
Blais was treated for non-life-threatening injuries and discharged from the hospital on Saturday.
Rudolph detained without bail in Seminole County Prison Attempted murder of a first-degree law enforcement officer, aggravation of a law enforcement officer, and resistance to a violent official.
A court appearance for Rudolph is scheduled for 14:00 Monday.
CNN has not determined if Rudolph currently has legal representation in this case.