DA looking at previous cases to determine whether more charges should be filed against state trooper

RALEIGH (WTVD) -- Two new cases are now being looked at for potential criminal charges against a state trooper who has been accused in three instances of beating a suspect.

A hearing at the Wake County Courthouse just wrapped up in the last hour, where a judge said dashcam video in two prior cases can be released.

In 2016, Raphael Rogers accused Trooper Michael Blake of beating him during a traffic stop in Cary.

WATCH: Full dashcam footage of troopers stopping Rogers

Then, in 2018, Kimberly Ingram filed a civil lawsuit that accused Trooper Blake of roughing her up during a traffic stop days before the now infamous arrest of Kyron Hinton.

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Newly released dashcam video shows a patrol cruiser with blue lights on following Ingram, who didn't initially stop for troopers.

After she was finally forced to stop in a parking lot after one cruiser blocked her path, a trooper can be heard asking her twice: "Why are you not stopping?"

Ingram told ABC11 she didn't realize the troopers were trying to stop her.

WATCH: Full dashcam footage of troopers stopping Ingram

Trooper Blake is one of three law enforcement officers facing criminal charges, accused of assaulting Hinton during an arrest in April.

During the hearing Thursday to determine whether to release the videos, Wake County District Attorney Lorrin Freeman told the judge she is now looking at both of these incidents, specifically the Ingram incident, to see whether new charges should be filed against Blake.

WATCH: Trooper Blake's attorney speaks to ABC11
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Trooper Blake's defense attorney speaks to ABC11

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