Attorney: Wildwood officers arresting client was 'overreaction'
02 June, 2018, 21:57 | Author: Chad Mckenzie
Police have released body cam video of the arrest of a Philadelphia woman on a New Jerseybeach that appears to show the woman spit at an officer. She's since be identified as Emily Weinman, and now faces a slew of charges, including two counts of aggravated assault against a police officer, spitting bodily fluids at a police officer, and resisting arrest.
The mother-of-one took to Facebook in a now-deleted post to give her side of the story. She's heard telling officers it belongs to her aunt before she's given a breathalyzer test twice and asked her age and name.
Police said she refused to cooperate, then assaulted an officer.
Weinman is facing several charges including aggravated assault on a police officer, disorderly conduct and resisting arrest. They have been reassigned to desk duty pending the outcome of an investigation.
"Get off of me, don't pull my hair, what are you doing?" She then rolls over onto her back and appears to spit at one of the officers.
Police said gaps in the footage were a result of the officer switching his bodycam on and off during the incident and also because Wienman struck the officer in the torso, causing the camera to shut off.
"I see him taking two shots at her and right away you go, 'Oh my god, '" said Troiano.
Wildwood Police released the body-cam footage on Wednesday, which shows an officer questioning Weinman about the presence of alcoholic beverages on the beach.
"That's it", the officer says and begins to punch her multiple times in the head. "She was very cooperative, but for whatever reason, the police didn't stop there".
The officer decided Weinman and the other woman would pour out the alcohol. "At that point, the police officer did what he had to do", Troiano said. "Again, until I interview the officer, I won't have that answer if that's what he was trying to do". She refuses repeated requests to give her name and walks away from an officer. "I didn't do anything wrong".
Suspect charged after shooting in volcano evacuation zone
Kilauea in the USA state of Hawaii is one of the world's most active volcanoes and it has been very active in recent weeks. Officials said Tuesday 112 structures have been destroyed by lava , including 20 homes in the past 48 hours.
As the situation starts to heat up, one officer is heard saying: "OK, that's it, I'm done with you".
"It's just a shame that all she had to do was comply", Troiano said. "Once the officer says "you're under arrest", he has to continue with that arrest".
Dicht said the body camera footage does not change what he believes was excessive force, poor judgment and a violent overreaction to a minor infraction. Once she tried walking away from me, I tried grabbing her. 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.
"You have a young lady who was out of control".
Mattis criticizes China's buildup in S.China Sea
Mattis is expected to have strong words for China at a Shangri-la dialogue conference in Singapore beginning on Friday. China is facing increasing tension with the USA and its neighbours over the South China Sea issue.
For Trump it is basically a no-win situation because he will inevitably have to make some concessions to the Chinese. Trump's latest u-turn was greeted with dismay in the Chinese state media, though pledges to retaliate were muted.
Williams broke in the seventh and held in the eighth to set a 5-3 lead, which she converted on serve to win the second set 6-4. Williams will face 11th seed Julia Gorges of Germany in round three and she believes she has a lot more to come.
Assad told the interviewer he had no nickname for Trump because "This is not my language, so, I can not use similar language". We have never had them and we can't hide them. "We will not allow Iran to arm itself with nuclear weapons".
Mexico has also responded , promising to slap tariffs on us products including pork bellies , grapes, apples, and flat steel. The tariffs will impact directly on Port Talbot as around 10% of Tata Steel Europe's exports go to the US.
Of course there's been no official confirmation on this, but all signs seem to point to this being where Fallout 76 is headed. After yesterday's cryptic social media tease we reported on , today Bethesda let the cat out of the bag.
After a barrage of criticism on social media, Barr deleted the tweet, apologized and then said she was leaving Twitter . The revival of Roseanne was the most popular U.S. show of 2018, with an average of 18 million viewers per episode.
Other reports say the couple could potentially be heading to Namibia , or another relaxing or exotic area in Africa . It's likely that any presents given to Meghan and Harry in the future will end up in a similar place.
Some 400 Sears and Kmart stores have closed in the past year while the parent company continues to stay solvent. The announcement comes just hours after the company posted a quarterly loss of $424 million.
The EU has already said it will respond by imposing tariffs on USA products such as motorcycles and jeans. European officials argue that tit-for-tat tariffs will hurt growth on both sides of the Atlantic.
EU in flux as US alliance creaks, populists rise in Italy
Earlier it fell to $1.1510, its lowest level since last July before recovering to trade 0.5 percent down on the day at $1.1565. Demand at the ECB's weekly auction, where banks can borrow at zero percent, has also dwindled to next to nothing.
Threat of heavy rains, flooding as storm makes landfall
Subtropical storm Alberto rolled ashore Monday afternoon in the Florida Panhandle and then weakened overnight to a depression. Forecasters had feared the storm could bring unsafe high water to southern coastal states and possible tornadoes.