Published: Fri, June 08, 2018
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

Woman in videotaped Wildwood beach arrest says its left her anxious

Woman in videotaped Wildwood beach arrest says its left her anxious

Her lawyer by her side, the woman who was punched in the head by officers arresting her on the beach during Memorial Day weekend defended her actions Wednesday during two morning news interviews. Ms. Weinman and her attorney are entitled to due process and they have not yet received the information that they will be entitled to as part of the legal process.

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Initial video of the incident captured a Wildwood police officer punching Weinman twice and placing her in a chokehold before she was arrested. Days later, the police department released video clips from the officer's bodycam, although the debate about how police handled the situation did not abate.

Weinman on Good Morning America said the incident left her upset emotionally exhausted and with her neck and back hurting.

Weinman resists arrest and as the officer continues to approach, she "forcibly struck" him in the torso, Police Chief Robert Regalbuto said - an action he claimed turned the officer's body camera off. When asked on "GMA" whether that was her reason for not giving the officer her name, she said, "No, not mainly".

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"It just escalated to the point to where they wanted to lock me up because I wouldn't give them my name because I did everything they said to do", Weinman said.

Bystander video of 20-year-old Emily Weinman's violent May 26 encounter with two Wildwood police officers went viral.

Dicht said once the video began to surface on the internet, that's when Wildwood police charged Weinman with aggravated assault.

The Cape May County prosecutor on Tuesday said the officers would not face criminal charges.

But the officer told her she still could not have the alcohol under 21. "That is not right at all", said Weinman.

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"She didn't go out that Saturday looking for trouble", Dicht said on the show.

It still isn't clear if Weinman plans to file a lawsuit against the Wildwood police. "I spit the sand in my mouth, which makes me look like I was spitting at the officer, which wasn't the case". I'm not a bad person.

The objective of the preliminary investigation was to determine whether the Professional Standards Unit ("PSU") of the Cape May County Prosecutor's Office would conduct the Internal Affairs investigation based on possible criminal charges against the arresting officer (s), or whether the Wildwood Police Department would conduct an Administrative Internal Affairs Investigation.

The Cape May prosecutor's office said their decision not to prosecute the officer is based on the "proper laws" and not "emotion".

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