2 Georgia police officers used a coin flip app to decide whether to arrest a woman

Business Insider | 7/14/2018 | Matthew Michaels
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Two police officers were put on administrative leave for using a coin flip app to decide whether to arrest a driver they pulled over.

The driver didn't know about the coin toss until 11Alive investigators sent her body camera footage from the scene.

Driver - Prosecuting - Attorney - Case

The driver said the prosecuting attorney dismissed the case against her.

Two police officers were put on administrative leave and a prosecutor dropped charges against a driver after it emerged that the cops used a coin toss app before they decided to make an arrest.

Motorist - Sarah - Webb - April - Police

The motorist, Sarah Webb, was driving to work on April 7 when she was pulled over by police officers in Roswell, Georgia. In the body camera footage first released by the Atlanta news station 11Alive, one officer said that she had to drive at 90 mph to catch the speeding Webb, who was running late to her shift at a hair salon.

Officer Courtney Brown pulled Webb over and said "the ground's wet, it's been raining, you're going over 80 miles an hour on this type of a road. That's reckless driving."

Police - Vehicle - Officer - Brown - Situation

Back in the police vehicle, Officer Brown began discussing the situation with Officer Kristee Wilson. Wilson can be heard in the video saying "A, head. R, tail," referring to a coin toss app where a head would be cause for arrest and a tail...
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