Trooper Green had just left Magistrate Court when he saw a blue Jeep Cherokee, with the vanity license plate WOOF, driving erratically, according to the complaint.
Green wrote that he followed the vehicle on Quarrier Street and watched as it nearly hit another vehicle and ran a stoplight.
The trooper pulled the Jeep over and asked Wolfe for his basic information. He wrote that Wolfe could not provide it, after asking the officer to repeat the information several times.
"The accused repeatedly became belligerent, cursing and making inappropriate comments toward this officer," Green wrote in the complaint.
After the arrest, Wolfe was taken to State Police headquarters, Bailey said previously.
There he was beaten so much that cranial fluid leaked from his nose, Bailey said.
Wolfe was in Charleston Area Medical Center General Hospital for six days because of the injuries he suffered and doctors' concerns that surgery might be necessary, Bailey said. Wolfe had multiple facial fractures, including fractures to his eye socket, he said.
An internal investigation into Wolfe's allegations are ongoing, State Police Lt. G.A. Ingold of the professional standards section said July 27.
Wolfe has since sued the state Department of Motor Vehicles for revoking his license because of the incident, claiming that he was denied an administrative hearing on the revocation.
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