A Louisville judge has dismissed charges against pro golfer Scottie Scheffler even as more video of his arrest ahead of last week’s PGA Championship was released today.

Scheffler was arrested early on the morning of Friday, May 17, outside Valhalla Golf Club in Louisville, Kentucky, when police said he refused orders to stop his vehicle and injured a police officer in the process.

A second video shows the angle from a police dash cam.

Police officials announced that Scheffler was set to be hit with three charges, including felony second-degree assault, for allegedly dragging an officer with his car.

But on Wednesday, just ahead of the golfer’s scheduled court hearing, the Jefferson County Attorney’s Office in Louisville, Kentucky, announced that it would not pursue any of the charges, and a judge then dismissed the case.

“Based upon the totality of the evidence, my office cannot move forward in the prosecution of the charges filed against Mr. Scheffler,” Jefferson County Attorney Mike O’Connell said, according to ESPN. “Mr. Scheffler’s characterization that this was a ‘big misunderstanding’ is corroborated by the evidence. The evidence we reviewed supports the conclusion that Detective [Bryan] Gillis was concerned for public safety at the scene when he initiated contact with Mr. Scheffler. However, Mr. Scheffler’s actions and the evidence surrounding their exchange during this misunderstanding do not satisfy the elements of any criminal offenses.”

Scheffler’s attorney, Steve Romines, reacted forcefully when reporters asked why Scheffler agreed that he dragged the officer with his vehicle following his arrest.

The same day the charges were dismissed, more video of his arrest emerged that seemed to show the golfer admitting to many of the accusations leveled against him by the police.

Scheffler is next scheduled to compete in next week’s Memorial Tournament at Muirfield Village Golf Club in Dublin, Ohio.

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