And that's fine to not allow them to go back to their vehicle. I say again, the populace will tolerate cops jumping on a dude, using the taser, using spray if he's acting crazy. It's the part where the service weapon is Plan A that is a problem. A guy gets in your face like that, by all means get him on the ground. For the safety of police they need to understand that when guns go in people's faces, panic sets in all around that situation. It's a dangerous enough job without giving people reason to label police as murderers. That mindset of, "When in doubt we'll shoot you because it's your life or mine, and it sure as shit ain't gonna be mine" is exactly how you get people who think the police are there for the police's best interest, not the public's.