There wasn't any assault involved, and no one was injured.
Two police officers in Georgia have been suspended after they used a coin toss to decide whether to arrest a 24-year-old motorist they stopped for speeding, police said.
Until WXIA told Webb of the body camera video, she had no idea her arrest was made on the flip of a coin, which she called "disgusting". Roswell, Ga. police officers Courtney Brown and Kristee Wilson chose to arrest Webb for speeding after flipping a virtual coin to decide.
"What do you think?" officer Kristee Wilson is heard on the video.
"Ok", said the officer identified as Brown. They're even corrupt when it comes to their own probability tests.
With Webb still in her vehicle, she had no idea she had just lost a coin flip that would take her freedom.
That's when Brown turned to a coin-flipping app on her phone to decide Webb's fate.
"Yeah, so release?" Brown replies. The officer said she was driving more than 80 miles per hour on a section of wet road that has a maximum speed of 45.
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Investigators will check whether the officers handled other arrests with the app.
Atlanta news station 11 Alive alerted Webb of the footage.
Webb told CNN she spent the day in jail.
"She said, "I have watched the videos and I absolutely refuse to prosecute this case", Webb said. CNN affiliate WSB reported charges against the motorist have since been dropped.
"They put me in a situation that was really wrong", Webb told ABC News on Friday.
"Since this is an open internal investigation, I can not discuss the details of the incident until the conclusion of the investigation", Grant said.
"I have much higher expectations of our police officers and I am appalled that any law enforcement officer would trivialize the decision making process of something as important as the arrest of a person", Grant said.
"It just hurt to know that these people are supposed to be looking out for you and it was a game to them", she said.