Roswell Police officers Courtney Brown and Kristee Wilson giggled when they decided that a coin toss would determine Webb's fate; a ticket and release or an arrest on charges of reckless driving, WXIA reported.
As she is led towards the auto, Webb begins to cry, and body cam shows the hair stylist sobbing in the back seat of the patrol vehicle.
Both officers had served in the Atlanta Police Department, spokesman John Chafee told The Washington Post on Saturday.
Although the incident took place back in April, Roswell police didn't put Brown and Wilson on administrative leave until 11Alive started asking questions two months later.
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Sarah's mother Teresa shared a clip of the footage on Facebook, sharing her anger at the actions of her local law enforcement officers. Using the codes "A" for arrest on heads and "R" for release on tails, she then flips the virtual coin.
"So you can go over 80 miles per hour?"
Webb found out about the coin toss weeks later. "It makes me so upset seeing her crying". It's tails, and Webb wins a contest she did not know existed.
'Sarah could have lost her job and she could have lost her license.
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Webb had no idea about the coin flip until Atlanta's WXIA uncovered the video. This caused a big financial hardship to our family'.
Webb had already spent a few hours in jail and had her vehicle impounded by the arresting officer despite her boyfriend showing up to retrieve it.
All of Webb's charges were dropped after prosecutors watched the body camera footage and reportedly "refused" to prosecute the case.
"I think they should be fired I don't think at all that they should be getting a paid vacation", said Webb.
'I would like to see them fired, because they shouldn't have been playing with my freedom on a flip of a coin, ' she said.
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