A police dog mutilated a black man in Ohio during a traffic stop on July 4 after he surrendered to authorities with his hands up following an «extended pursuit,» according to authorities.

An Ohio State Highway Patrol (OSHP) Motor Carrier Enforcement inspector attempted to pull over 23-year-old Jadarrius Rose, who was driving a semi-truck because «it was missing a left rear fender,» according to an incident report. Rose was traveling west on US Route 35 and failed to stop for the inspector and police officers who were called for help.

Stop poles were deployed twice on the vehicle before it came to a stop on US Route 23.

“After multiple times being ordered out of the vehicle, the suspect exited the vehicle through the driver’s side door,” the incident report stated. «The driver received orders to get down and the suspect did not comply.»

Rose can be seen in a video released by OSHP standing in front of the soldiers with her hands in the air.

A Circleville Police Department officer who has a K9 with him can be heard telling Rose to «get on the ground or you’re going to get bitten.» Meanwhile, an OSHP soldier tells Rose to «come to me.»

That’s when the Circleville Police Department officer, identified as «R. Speakman,» unfurled his K9.

«Don’t let the dog go with your hands up!» A policeman can be heard yelling multiple times before Speakman releases the dog.

The video shows the dog running towards Rose, who dropped to her knees as Speakman dropped the K9.

The video appears to show the dog biting and pulling Rose by the arm as she yells loudly.

«Take it off!» Rose screams repeatedly.

«Get the dog off me!» a police officer is heard yelling.

Other officers on the scene can be heard calling for a first aid kit.

Jadarrius Rose is handcuffed after the dog is led out. Ohio State Highway Patrol

Rose was eventually taken into custody and «troopers immediately provided first aid and contacted EMS to respond,» according to an OSHP statement.

It is unclear if the officer responsible for ordering the dog to attack Rose faces any disciplinary action.

OSHP clarified that “the canine involved in the incident is from the Circleville Police Department and not from the Ohio State Highway Patrol.”

«This case remains under investigation and the Patrol is unable to provide further details at this time,» said Sgt. Ryan E. Purpura with OSHP told NBC News.

The Circleville Police Department did not immediately respond to requests for comment.