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US Officers in beach arrest won't face criminal charges

03:45  06 june  2018
03:45  06 june  2018 Source:   msn.com

Police release bodycam video of officer punching woman on beach

  Police release bodycam video of officer punching woman on beach 20-year-old Emily Weinman was suspected of underage drinking and police say she assaulted an officerPolice said she refused to cooperate, then assaulted an officer. Weinman's lawyer says the video shows officers overreacted. The officers involved have been reassigned but are reportedly fully trained, part-time officers used during the busy beach season, reports CBS News' Jericka Duncan.

Videos showed a violent confrontation between between police officers and a 20-year-old woman during her arrest at a beach . Police officers who were involved in the violent arrest of a 20-year-old beachgoer in New Jersey that went viral last month won ' t face criminal charges , the county

According to the Commonwealth Attorney's Office, no criminal charges will be brought against the officer for the use of force arrest and no criminal charges for tampering with evidence. Virginia Beach , Va.

a close up of a person: Wildwood Police Release Body Cam Footage Of Controversial Beach Arrest © Local News RSS EN-US Wildwood Police Release Body Cam Footage Of Controversial Beach Arrest WILDWOOD, N.J. — Prosecutors say officers involved in the violent arrest of a Philadelphia woman accused of underage drinking at a New Jersey beach over the Memorial Day weekend won't face any criminal charges.

Cape May County Prosecutor Jeffrey Sutherland made the announcement Tuesday.

He says the decision was made after his office completed a preliminary investigation that involved reviewing police body-cam footage and video shot by a beachgoer in Wildwood, as well as statements from several witnesses and other related material.

The beachgoer's video showed an officer punching the woman twice in the head as she was prone on the sand, her legs flailing. Wildwood officials have said the videos show the woman assaulted the officers first, while her lawyer has said police overreacted.

The Wildwood Police Department's Internal Affairs Unit is conducting an administrative investigation.

Arizona police officers hit, mock bleeding suspect on video .
For the third time in a week, body camera videos from the Mesa Police Department have put the agency's policies on the use of force under scrutiny. Body camera videos show a Mesa, Arizona, police officer punching an unarmed suspect multiple times and another officer later mocking the man as he was lying in a pool of blood on a hospital floor.For the third time in a week, body camera videos from the Mesa Police Department have put the agency's policies on the use of force under scrutiny.

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