Video shows Florida police officer punch woman in face at football game

Video shows Florida police officer punch woman in face at football game

Video shows Florida police officer punch woman in face at football game

"Promoting a safe and secure environment during any special event is our primary concern", lvaro Zabaleta, a Miami-Dade police detective, told the Independent.

Police said Farrington lured the victim and her brother into her bedroom and then suffocated Tania with a pillow.

In the video, the unruly fan is seen attempting to strike the police officer in the head.

The Miami Dade Police Department has launched an investigation into an incident of a policeman punching a drunken 30-year-old woman who was being carried out of the Hark Rock Stadium, Miami, on Saturday.

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Authorities said Farrington hid her daughter's body in the trunk of her 2013 Nissan Altima for several days.

Police have not said what led to the woman being removed, if she was intoxicated, or whether or not she was arrested after the incident. At that moment, the officer retaliates by hitting the woman in the face. She misses the back of his head, but nails him in the face with her backhand. According to CBS Miami, the officer that struck Freitas is identified only as Detective Ross.

Jail records do not show Freitas being held Sunday afternoon. The school often employs off-duty officers in uniform to assist with crowd control, traffic and security at football games, and there were multiple skirmishes in the stands Saturday that required intervention of law enforcement and others.

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