Cops in Jersey Shore beatdown won't face criminal charges

Cops in Jersey Shore beatdown won't face criminal charges

Cops in Jersey Shore beatdown won't face criminal charges

The lawyer for Weinman, who appeared with her, says she was originally charged with misdemeanors, but when the video went viral, her charges were upgraded.

"I'm very sorry that the situation happened, but I don't owe them an apology at all". "One situation doesn't define me".

A New Jersey police officer will not face charges for punching a woman in the head during a controversial arrest caught on video.

Weinman says her neck and back were hurt in the confrontation, but she says the negative responses people have made about her have been upsetting. But Weinman faces several charges including assault. When asked on "GMA" whether that was her reason for not giving the officer her name, she said, "No, not mainly". Weinman, 20, agreed to take two Breathalyzer tests - and passed both - but declined to give cops her last name. "It just escalated to that 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. "After the bystander video came out and started getting attention that's when they charged her with the aggravated assault". She was eventually taken into custody and charged with aggravated assault on a police officer, resisting arrest, disorderly conduct, aggravated assault by spitting on an officer, and minor in possession of alcohol.

It was determined by the County Prosecutor's office that the actions of the arresting officer (s) did not meet the evidentiary standards to warrant criminal charges under that law or any other related criminal statutes, according to a release. "That's not right at all", Weinman told CBS News correspondent David Begnaud, speaking publicly for the first time on TV about the incident.

"She didn't go out that Saturday looking for trouble", Dicht said on the show. It turned back on as the officer wrestled Weinman on the sand.

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It still isn't clear if Weinman plans to file a lawsuit against the Wildwood police.

But the officer told her she still could not have the alcohol under 21.

"With the spitting thing, when he smashed my head into the ground, I got sand in my mouth".

County Prosecutor Jeffrey Sutherland stated, "I recognize that the video footage has raised a lot of questions regarding the officers' actions".

Sutherland said was aware of the emotion surrounding the video but made his decision based on facts.

Wildwood police issued a Wednesday evening statement saying their internal affairs probe into the arrest is ongoing, and Weinman will be given an opportunity to participate in that process.

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