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Police: Man revived after being tased in Harvey's parking lot after trying to climb into squad car

Around 5:40 p.m. an officer was sitting in full uniform in a marked car in front of the grocery store when an unknown man tried to get into the back of the car.

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — A man was tasered and charged after trying to get into the back of a Jacksonville Sheriff's Office vehicle, according to an incident report.

JSO says Conrad Olson, 48, was charged with trespassing, simple assault on a law enforcement officer and resisting arrest.

Last Friday, a Jacksonville police officer was working an off-duty job while at Harvey's Supermarket around 5:40 p.m.

The officer was sitting in full uniform in a marked car in front of the grocery store when an unknown man tried to get into the back of the car, a police report says.

The man was later identified as Olson, according to a report.

The officer removed him, but police say the man got aggressive. The two circled the car before the police officer tasered the man.

When he was calling for backup, he realized the man was not moving on the ground, the report says.

The officer began CPR before using an AED to get his heartbeat back. 

Olson was rushed to the hospital, where he is in critical condition but stable. 

His next court date is Feb. 7.

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