SAN ANTONIO (AP)  – A grand jury in Texas has indicted a San Antonio officer who was recorded on camera hitting a teenage girl during an altercation last year.

Court records filed Tuesday show Officer Gary Tuli was indicted by a grand jury in Bexar County on one count of official oppression and a second count of false report to a peace officer.

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Officer Gary Tuli (Bexar County Jail)

The teenage girl was arrested following the May 2017 encounter, which took place outside an event center and was captured on video.

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The indictment says Tuli knew arresting the teenager was unlawful and made a false statement to his own police department.

Police Chief William McManus reports Tuli will be put on administrative duty.

He said in a written statement that an excessive force complaint “was deemed to be inconclusive.”

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