A Georgia police department has come under fire after a dash cam captured several officers dragging a 65-year-old grandmother out of her vehicle during a traffic stop.
The video shows police pull over the woman, identified as Rose Campbell, for failure to maintain a lane on Windward Parkway in Alpharetta, about 30 miles from Atlanta.
According to reports, Campbell declined to sign the citation as she did not want it seen as an admission of guilt.
That's when the situation escalated and Officer James Legg started shouting profanities at Campbell as other officers pulled her from her vehicle.
Campbell said she doesn't believe Legg should be fired, but she wants better training for the officers.
She added that she preemptively hired a lawyer should she decide to take legal action. One officer, who screamed a profanity at her, has now resigned.
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Swerdlove and the second officer continue moving Campbell out of the vehicle, but Legg then grabs her and pulls her with considerable force. I couldn't believe it. "I remind you that I did not make the traffic stop, did not begin the use of force, did respond with emergency equipment, did properly analyze the situation, did render the vehicle safe, did get the suspects attention and out of the auto, did effectively get her detached from the seatbelt and did get her handcuffed with limited force".
She was dragged out of her auto and placed under arrest.
That's when Legg leaned in to point and scream at Campbell: "Hey!"
After a while, Campbell agrees to exit her vehicle.
"The officers who were responding clearly were not aware of what they were responding to", department spokesman Howard Miller said.
"I just panicked. I just, it was like my heart exploded", motorist Rose Campbell, 65, later told local WSB TV. She later told WSB-TV she felt "violated" by the officers.
The department also said it is typical for every officer in the vicinity of a call to respond when back up is requested. One officer in particular; however, interjected himself into the situation using language and tactics that were inappropriate, even inflammatory.
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She begins screaming as three other officers arrive at the scene.
"I didn't expect that in America", Campbell told the television station.
"I do not feel I will get a fair internal affairs investigation from you due to the comments you made on Facebook prior to interviewing any of the other officers, or even me", he wrote to Robison.
"I didn't expect that especially in Alpharetta", she added. It also said people are legally required to follow officer commands, including exiting a vehicle. Am I in a movie?
"Step out of the car", Swerdlove says repeatedly, to which Campbell replies, 'I'm going to wait for your supervisor'. Numerous Alpharetta police officers arrived, including me.
Recounting the incident, Campbell said she felt "scared" and "ganged up on" by the officers.
After review of the footage, Legg was suspended, the police department said. "I felt not only that my space had been violated, but that he was not respecting me".
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