Cops Suspended After Using A Coin Toss To Determine Arrest Of Speeder

Georgia were caught on body-camera flipping a coin to decide if they would arrest a driver

Georgia were caught on body-camera flipping a coin to decide if they would arrest a driver

"What do you think?" one of the officers asks.

Webb was pulled over in April for driving almost twice the limit; she was doing 80 on a rain-slicked roadway posted at 45 miles per hour, the report said.

According to the report from Atlanta TV news station WXIA, charges against Webb were dropped.

She said she's still contemplating whether or not to seek legal action after the coin toss that tossed her into jail and into the public limelight.

Brown then returns to her vehicle to consult with fellow officers about whether to arrest Webb or just give her a ticket.

Webb was caught allegedly speeding past a police cruiser in Georgia and was pulled over. The other officer pointed out she also didn't have any tickets.

Webb and representatives from the Roswell Police Department did not return Yahoo Lifestyle's request for comment. These were the moments that followed.

After admitting they didn't have a speech detection device or tickets to issue the officers opened a coin flip app on a cell phone and agreed that heads would result in an arrest and tails, a release.

This email will be delivered to your inbox once a day in the morning. Brown says "Okay" and laughs.

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Officers Brown and Wilson, who are in their 20s and have been on the force about two years, are on paid administrative leave as the department conducts an internal investigation.

Officer Brown: "Yeah. So release?"

Officer Brown: "Michael Jordan?"

Two police officers have been placed on leave after flipping a coin to determine whether or not to arrest a speeding driver.

"Wow, these people put my freedom in the hands of a coin flip", she said.

We were in court on Monday when Webb's charges were thrown out. She was handcuffed and placed in the back of the police cruiser crying.

The incident took place in April when Sarah Webb was pulled over by officers Courtney Brown and Kristee Wilson. The prosecutor dismissed the case and spoke to Webb.

"She says 'Oh, absolutely not".

Chief Grant said "after I became aware that this incident occurred, I immediately initiated an internal investigation".

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