A woman and her 3-year-old son allegedly assaulted a Tennessee policeman at a gas station on Wednesday, MyEyewitnessNews.com reported.
Police say the Memphis officer stopped a white Cadillac with two adults and a child inside for speeding.
When he asked the driver, Terrence Braden, to step out of the car, Braden allegedly wrestled him to the ground, MyEyewitnessNews.com reported.
The woman reportedly grabbed a gun and some drugs out of the car and ran away with her son, only to return a short time later and assault the officer, according to the Web site.
The toddler also joined in on the attack, allegedly kicking the officer several times.
The mother of the boy, who was not identified, was arrested at the scene, MyEyewitnessNews.com reported. Charges against her are pending.
The driver is wanted on multiple charges, including assault against a police officer and possession of a controlled substance with intent to sell. He remains on the loose.
The child was released into the custody of relatives.
The officer, whose uniform was ripped and police radio taken off his belt, suffered only minor bruises and scrapes, according to the Web site.