Two Georgia police officers were terminated on Thursday after an investigation into bodycam footage showed them using a coin-toss app to determine the arrest of a woman during a traffic stop in April. In the termination letter, Roswell Police Chief Rusty Grant said that both officers had, "engaged in conduct on or off duty which adversely affects the efficiency of the department and has a tendency to destroy public respect for the employee or the department. Webb, who said on July 13 that she was driving fast because she was late for her job at a hair salon, was arrested on charges of speeding, reckless driving and driving too fast for conditions, according to police records. It's scary to think police officers do stuff like this. In the video posted by WXIA, Brown and Wilson, are heard discussing what they should do with Webb, and then Brown says that she doesn't have speed detection equipment and Wilson says she doesn't have any tickets. The officers used the terms "A" or arrest for heads, and "R" or release for tails, according to the station.
Mom's story about a kidnapping unravels after her baby was found alive at bottom of ravine
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Authorities tracked her down hiding in a home after a warrant was issued against her. Wilma Brown, 27, was brought to the St. Ann Police Department after her arrest Friday afternoon before being taken to the St. Louis County Justice Center in Clayton. Authorities had been looking for her since Thursday night. Authorities found her at a home in unincorporated north county on McAlpine. Brown is facing a class B felony child abuse charge after the shocking video first exposed by Fox 2 shows her picking up a 3-year-old girl by the arm, dragging her, then throwing the child against a piece of furniture.
Georgia officers fired after probe reveals coin-toss determined arrest
A year-old North Carolina mother has been charged with attempted first-degree murder of her baby daughter. Asheville police in North Carolina received a call Thursday saying Krista Noelle Madden and her baby , Shaylie, had been kidnapped. The call did not come from Madden, police said at a press conference Friday. Authorities were able to trace Madden's cellphone to Henderson County and police officers were sent to the area where her phone had been tracked. They also received a call that an abandoned car was found on a "remote, gravel, private drive" near the location of the Madden's phone.
One can only imagine what Baby Sarah went through during the last moments of her life. She was tossed underneath a storm drain in the darkness. A neighbor who didn't want to be identified said the mystery surrounding her death has lingered in the Waukesha neighborhood since her body was discovered in January of