Georgia woman arrested after cop appears to use coin flip app

Georgia woman arrested after cop appears to use coin flip app

Georgia woman arrested after cop appears to use coin flip app

Officers Courtney Brown and Kristee Wilson from Roswell Police Department in Georgia stopped driver Sarah Webb on suspicion of excessive speeding in wet conditions in April this year.

Opening an app on her phone, the officers agreed if it landed on heads, she would be arrested, and if it landed on tails, she would be released.

Brown noted she didn't have speed detection while another officer said they didn't have any tickets left to hand out.

Heads meant Webb would be arrested; tales means the woman was free to go.

The 11Alive Investigators have discovered that Roswell officers recently jailed a woman over a coin flip.

"They knew right where to go for the app, they did the coin toss, they thought it was cute", Dorsey continued. The news outlet reported Webb was pulled over for a traffic stop this past April for allegedly speeding past a police cruiser.

'It's disgusting. It's scary to think police officers do stuff like this'.

Officer Wilson: "This is tail right?"

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Officer Brown: "Yeah. So release?"

In a statement posted to Facebook, Roswell police chief Rusty Grant said an internal investigation has now been launched.

Twenty-three is a Roswell police code for arrest.

'I couldn't believe what I was seeing, to be honest, ' Grant said.

We were in court on Monday when Webb's charges were thrown out.

She said the officers received 'a paid vacation'. Webb had no idea that the officers used the coin flip method until Alive 11 alerted her of the video. Brown and Wilson were forced to turn in their guns and their badges once the story broke, which has caused Internal Affairs to question what took their department so long (the arrest occurred three months ago). He said he couldn't discuss details as the investigation is ongoing.

"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", he said.

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