By CBSNewYork Team

ROOSEVELT N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — A Long Island man faces multiple charges after police said he assaulted an officer while resisting arrest.

It started when police responded to a home on Eddy Road in Roosevelt where there was a reported disturbance around 11:45 p.m. Saturday.

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(Credit: Nassau County Police Dept.)

Police said they determined Bernard Norwood, 37, assaulted a woman and tried to arrest him.

Police said Norwood was combative, flailed his arms and struck an officer’s nose and face, causing the officer to bleed.

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Norwood was eventually taken into custody. He and the officer were taken to the hospital.

The woman declined medical treatment, police said.

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Norwood faces second degree assault, third degree assault, child endangerment and resisting arrest charges.

CBSNewYork Team