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Police release body camera footage of violent beach arrest

Police release body camera footage of violent beach arrest

Police in Wildwood, New Jersey, have released three body camera videos showing the violent arrest of a woman over Memorial Day weekend.

Police have released bodycam video of a confrontation between police and a 20-year-old woman on the beach this past Saturday afternoon whom police accused of underage drinking.

Emily Weinman, the 20-year-old woman in the video faces several charges, including two counts of aggravated assault on a police officer and a minor in possession of alcohol.

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In an interview with Good Day Philadelphia Thursday morning, Wildwood Mayor Ernie Troiano continued his defense of the officers' actions and said the whole thing could have been avoided had Weinman provided the officers with her last name. The three officers involved in the altercation have been reassigned to administrative duty, pending the investigation.

Police will release body camera video showing the officers being insulted and spat on. "She chose to take on the police". Did she deserve to get hit?

Wildwood Police Chief Robert Regalbuto says he finds the video "alarming" but doesn't want to "rush to any judgment" until the investigation is complete. "Once the officer says "you're under arrest", he has to continue with that arrest". She went on to add that she was "partly wrong in a way" for not giving the officer her name, but that she didn't comply out of fear, NBC Philadelphia reported.

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"My daughter is right here seeing this", she said. The 54-second clip ends with the woman exclaiming, "I didn't do anything wrong", as cops attempt to handcuff her. "You're about to get dropped".

On the ground, while being cuffed, she then turns her head toward the arresting officer and spits in his direction before she is taken away to a waiting police vehicle.

Weinman's lawyer, Stephen Dicht, said after viewing the body cam videos, "I don't think it puts the police in a good light". "I think we could have done a better job at trying to explain to her, but it didn't appear Ms. Weinman wanted to hear what we had to say". And now we have video from the point of view of the police. "That's when he head locked me me by his arm around my neck, punched on me in my head and then he head locked me again but this time choking me, I was gasping for [air]". The third who held back the crowd but can then be seen joining the other officers is still on the street. "She tried to tell us it was okay for her to possess alcohol and that doesn't make any sense".

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