"I've been real anxious over it", Weinman said. As officers try to arrest her, she runs away, shouting profanities and telling them not to handcuff her.
"One situation doesn't define someone", Emily said.
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Never mind that the video footage shows that Weinman may have been a victim of police aggression.
Weinman on Good Morning America said the incident left her upset emotionally exhausted and with her neck and back hurting. She faces charges of aggravated assault on a police officer, aggravated assault by spitting bodily fluids at/on a police officer, disorderly conduct, resisting arrest, obstruction and possession of alcohol by a minor. But the encounter quickly escalated to a violent arrest in which the officer pulled her hair, slammed her to the ground and punched her. "I knew in my rights, I didn't have to give them my name".
The Cape May County Prosecutor's Office ended its preliminary investigation regarding the May 26 incident involving Emily Weinman and the Wildwood police on the beach. She says something in her gut told her to not give them her name, and she had cooperated with them until that point so she felt she was in her rights to not provide her name.
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The 54-second video was taken by Alexis Hewitt, who has said was asleep on a beach towel next to Weinman when the commotion began. In the body-cam footage released this week, the Wildwood police officer can be seen carrying a breathalyzer wand and approaching a woman sitting on her beach towel with an open container of fruit. Dicht said Weinman wasn't looking for trouble and was just trying to enjoy the day with her child.
Weinman, who lives in Philadelphia, is on probation for a simple assault charge from 2016. He hadn't told her 'I'm going to issue you a summons.' He hadn't told her any of those things. "One of them's getting beaten on her head, and she's the one who got charged".
"I got sand in my mouth".
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The Cape May County Prosecutor's Office determined the officers had not broken any state laws governing use of force and referred the investigation back to the city police department's internal affairs office, prosecutor Jeffrey H. Sutherland wrote in a prepared statement. Troiano characterized the punching of the officer as a "chopping" move created to subdue Weinman. A decision such as this is not based on emotion; it is based upon applying the proper laws, policies and directives that govern law enforcement.