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Category:Serbian languageA white Denver police officer faces three counts of felony assault and one misdemeanor charge in the violent arrest of a black woman in April. The victim is black and the police officer is white. Officer Ryan Huff, a six-year veteran of the department, was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of felony assault and a misdemeanor count of disturbing the peace. Police say Huff was responding to a 911 call at a home on the city's north side, where a woman was screaming for help. When he arrived, the woman and her boyfriend were outside. Cases: Full coverage of Denver officer's arrest | Your support of Denver police Huff told officers he handcuffed the woman because she tried to get away from him and lunged at him, according to court records. She was also accused of screaming at the officer and telling him to get off her property. When the woman was being placed in the back of a police car, she swung at Huff again, according to the records. Huff then used a chokehold to try to control her. In a video of the arrest, the woman is seen falling to the ground and appearing to be in great pain. The charges against Huff also included two counts of misdemeanor assault. The woman suffered a concussion, cracked ribs, bruising and cuts to her nose and face. Huff's attorney, Clint Van Zandt, declined to comment. Officer Ryan Huff Denver Police Department Denver police suspended Huff for a week in April and then placed him on a six-month desk job. The incident has raised questions about whether Denver police policies condone the use of excessive force against people. In April, Denver police Chief Robert White ordered an outside agency, the Denver County Sherriff's Office, to review the department's use-of-force policy. "That is very important to us because we want to ensure our officers are using force, not violating policy, and we want to make sure we're applying the policy in the same way throughout the department," White told The Denver Post in April. The mother of Denver police officer Justin Halstead, who was suspended for 10 days in May 2015 for inappropriate contact with a woman, filed a lawsuit against the city in June. That suit alleges Denver police officers regularly use excessive force and that Halstead was "followed by a SWAT team and a media circus." In an earlier statement, Halstead's