Morgan said he tackled Kincaid in the creek, but he continued to resist, “throwing his elbows” and “striking” the officer in the torso, according to the report. Chase then engaged Kincaid, biting him in his left hip. Morgan said he was unable to get Kincaid into handcuffs because his thumb was dislocated. Chase held onto Kincaid until more Middletown police officers arrived.
Kincaid, 39, of Middletown was searched and officers found a small baggie of methamphetamine and marijuana, according to the report.
He was taken by the Madison Twp. EMS squad to Atrium Medical Center for the dog bite, and Morgan was treated at Kettering Medical Center Middletown for his hand injury.
Kincaid was charged with eluding police officers, assault on a police officer, driving under suspension, resisting arrest, drug abuse/methamphetamine, and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Kincaid will have a preliminary hearing Dec. 10 in Middletown Municipal Court, according to court records.