The video shows Emily Weinman, 20, of Philadelphia, arguing with the officers about the alcohol containers and then walking away from them after refusing to provide her last name. To celebrate the American holiday Memorial Day, they had brought alcohol, but they had not drunk any yet when the police arrived and asked her to breathe in a Breathalyzer, which turned out to be negative. As the video continues, Weinman says, "I didn't do anything to disrespect you. Look I don't care who you are and what you are, the worst people [to try to subdue] are women". "She tried to tell us it was okay for her to possess alcohol and that doesn't make any sense". She said the situation escalated after she asked the officers why they didn't have anything better to do, then refused to give them her name when they attempted to write her up. He made those assertions based on her recollection before seeing the body camera footage, he told The Post.
Wildwood posted three video clips of the incident to YouTube.
Wildwood police said on their Facebook page that 20-year-old Emily Weinman, of Philadelphia, faces several charges, including two counts of aggravated assault on a police officer, disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.
Ms Weinman resisted arrest, claiming she hadn't done anything wrong. The mayor of the beach town, meanwhile, vehemently defended the police and said the woman is no angel. "If they were going to cite her, they should have said 'we're issuing you a citation for whatever, this is why they need your name.' But they never said that", Dicht said.
In the first body camera video released Wednesday, an officer approaches Weinman and a friend and confronts them about underage drinking. She chose to attack the officer, spit on the officer. "She kicked him. And then I just, I just hit her a couple times, and I put her in cuffs".
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Her attorney says the officers overreacted and used excessive force.
See the bystander's video here, and watch the body camera footage below.
The video shows the officer pulling Weinman's hair and forcing her to the sand as he calls for back-up. There would be no ticket that day, he decided, and shut the body camera off, the police would later say.
Meanwhile, Police Chief Robert Regalbuto told the newspaper: "From what I see on the video and only on the video, from not even talking to the officers, I think they did a decent job". The officers involved in the incident have been identified as Ptlm.
A court date was set for June 6, though Dicht said it will probably be rescheduled for an unknown date.