A Vancouver man who punched and kicked law enforcement officers and a police dog was sentenced to 6½ years in prison Friday morning in Clark County Superior Court.The catalyzing incident happened on April 5, 2016, a handful of days after Michael J. Boyd was released from prison on a different conviction. Early that morning, the Washington State Patrol received reports of a man walking in the northbound lanes of Interstate 5 near East Fourth Plain Boulevard.A trooper responded, but the man, later identified as Boyd, ran across the freeway to the southbound shoulder. The trooper approached Boyd again and ordered him to the ground. Boyd ignored his commands and resisted being detained, according to a probable cause affidavit filed in Superior Court.During the struggle, the trooper shocked Boyd with a Taser weapon to no effect. At one point, Boyd tried to get into the trooper’s patrol car, but the trooper slammed the door on Boyd before he got completely inside, the affidavit said.When the trooper wrestled him to the ground, Boyd punched him in the face, court records said. The trooper then drew his firearm. Boyd threw his hands in the air and began to walk into the southbound lanes of I-5. He repeatedly yelled, “(explicit) your gun!” He jumped the center median and ran across the northbound lanes to the shoulder, according to court documents.