Wildwood Police Release Bodycam of Beach Arrest

Weinman claims officers hit first while cops say it as Weinman who threw the first kick

Weinman claims officers hit first while cops say it as Weinman who threw the first kick

The video cuts out momentarily, then shows Weinman screaming as the police officer pulls her to the ground and grabs her hair. In fact, at the 5:20 mark of this video you'll hear the officer with the body cam describe the incident to his superior and never once mention that she shoved him in the chest. She kicked him. I hit her a couple times.

She said the officer tackled her to the ground, forcing her to black out. Then, we see what looks like punches.

In a press release on Wednesday, police say Weinman "forcibly struck" the officer in the torso and caused the camera to turn off.

A child can be heard crying in the background.

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"Don't f--ing touch me", Weinman says. "I didn't do anything wrong!" The video does not show what led to it. On Tuesday, he defended the police, telling Philly.com that Weinman was "by far the aggressor here" and that women are typically harder to subdue than men. Wildwood police said the delay in releasing the video was due to hiding the identities of others on the beach not involved in the incident.

Dueling videos show the arrest of a Philadelphia woman suspected of underage drinking on a New Jersey beach, with one shot by a beachgoer showing a police officer punching her in the head, and police body-cam footage appearing to show her spitting at an officer afterward. Here it seems that two large male officers may have used excessive force on a younger woman to effectuate the arrest.

Her attorney, Stephen Dicht, criticized Troiano for commenting on his client's character.

It should be noted that the breathalyzer came out negative after Weinman was instructed to take the test by officers. Weinman's lawyer says the video shows officers overreacted. She tells the officers that she did not drink any alcohol, while the officers warn her that it is on "display" and that she could be charged with possession. The conversation gets heated. After a bystander tells the officer to refrain from throwing blows, Weinman yells out, "you're not allowed to beat me like that".

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"From what I see on the video and only on the video, from not even talking to the officers, I think they did a decent job", Regalbuto said.

The initial clip of the arrest shared on Twitter has viewed more than 6 million times and ignited a debate over whether such force was appropriate. "But if I was on probation, maybe if I wouldn't want to give my identity up", Wildwood Mayor Ernie Troiano Jr. said. "She escalated it to where it went".

She's facing two counts of aggravated assault on a police officer, disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.

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