WATCH: Police Show Shocking Bodycam Footage from Cleveland Heights High School Brawl After Arrests of Eight People

First officers on the scene claimed there were 300 students who were refusing to disperse
First officers on the scene claimed there were 300 students who were refusing to disperse

Police have released shocking body cam footage after the arrest of seven students and one adult following a disturbance outside Cleveland Heights High School.

In the wake of the rioting, cops shared the video to reveal what happened during an incident in which officers were allegedly attacked.

The incident at around noon on May 31, ended in the arrest of one 27-year-old woman and seven students, according Cleveland Heights Police.

The suspect is now facing disturbance charges, including aggravated rioting, failing to disperse and resisting an officer, according to Fox8.

First officers on the scene estimated that 300 juveniles were at the school, who police struggled to move-on.

In footage, officers walking into the crowds yell: ‘Get back now, disperse the area,’ and warn the teens that they ‘will be arrested.’

In one alleged attack not captured on camera, police say a 16-year-old boy hit an officer with the back of his hand.

As one student in a grey hoodie walks away, yelling expletives, he is recorded saying: ‘F*** police, that’s how I feel, man.’

He continues to swear at them and make rude hand gestures, despite officers telling him: ‘You better get going or I’m going to arrest you. Get going’

Later in the video, one cop can be seen brandishing a pepper spray gun while walking towards the crowds.

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SOURCE: JOSH SAUNDERS, DAILYMAIL.COM