Officer Cebron Hackett has been suspended without pay for 30 days after his department reviewed videotape that showed him stripping all of his clothes off and dancing ecstatically to Journey's 1981 hit.
"These actions are impossible to comprehend. My office will hold him accountable and ensure that he never holds the position of police officer again," said Cuyahoga County prosecutor Michael O'Malley.
Under Texas law, a peace officer can carry a weapon in a public establishment, even when not on duty.
Footage of the forceful arrest was first published online by Shanna Tory on June 16. It showed a portion of the incident involving her husband Ivan, 32.
"I was like, What if there is a school shooting and this is where I die?" one student said.
"Our organization was not only stunned to learn about Roland's actions, but we are angered."
During a traffic stop, Christopher Rogers, 45, allegedly punched a cop in the face before using his own mouth as a weapon.
Trooper Lucas D. Dowell was shot while executing a search warrant in Cumberland County, Virginia, as part of an ongoing narcotics investigation.
The deputy was responding to calls someone was throwing rocks at trucks just before 5 a.m. Sunday.
Terry Yetman, 38, of Bossier City, turned himself in after learning warrants had been issued for his arrest, Louisiana State Police said.
"I feel like I have been lied to because I gave all my trust to the officers."
The pills taken were suspected of being hydromorphone hydrochloride, a pain relief medication containing an opioid.
"You're 12?" the officer can be heard asking the boy. "You're about to go to jail."
He struck the officer "like someone chopping logs."
The police officer felt sick after drinking a soft drink from McDonald's. At first he thought he had the flu.
The resident will not face criminal charges.
On Twitter, the video clip showing the attempted arrest was shared thousands of times.
He was also keeping nearly 40GB of pornography on his work computer under a folder called "fun times."
Video emerged Saturday showing Black Lives Matter protesters crashing the wedding of a police officer who shot and killed Stephon Clark in his own backyard in March.
"Officer Tony Carlson's actions embodied Tallahassee Police Department's philosophy of community oriented policing," said Chief Michael DeLeo.
At the beginning of the clip, the arresting officer removes his gun from his holster and points it at children yelling at him.