Georgia cop on administrative obligation after video of Black girl’s arrest goes viral

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Georgia cop on administrative duty after video of Black woman's arrest goes viral

A Georgia police officer was positioned on administrative obligation Thursday after a video of him arresting 22-year-old Kyndesia Smith appeared on the social media app TikTok.

The video, which has been seen tens of millions of occasions and shared 170,000 occasions, exhibits officer Michael Oxford arguing with Smith, finally tasing her and arresting her. Oxford is White and Smith is Black.

In response to the Gwinnett County Police Division, Oxford was known as to the neighborhood Tuesday evening for a property injury criticism. Oxford’s report stated the alleged sufferer advised him a gaggle of individuals yelled at her, threw a bottle at her automobile and “threatened to kick her son in the head.”

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The officer was directed to a home down the road the place he acknowledged one of many ladies from safety footage of the incident, the report stated. Oxford tried to talk with a gaggle gathered outdoors the home, however the state of affairs went awry.

The video exhibits Oxford in a screaming match with Smith. He finally asks her, “Do you want to go to jail?” Smith responds, “I’m not going anywhere. … I’m not resisting, you’re not touching me.”

Oxford then makes an attempt to arrest Smith, who steps behind one other girl, and a bodily battle ensues. The video exhibits Oxford pulling out his taser and telling the lady to get on the bottom a number of occasions. She doesn’t, and Oxford tases her, inflicting her to fall right into a bush.

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Smith was charged with felony obstruction of a regulation enforcement officer and easy battery. The Gwinnett County Police Division stated Oxford is on desk obligation throughout an inner investigation.

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“The police department takes all use of force seriously. All use of force cases are administratively reviewed through the chain of command. An investigation into this incident is being conducted,” a spokesman for the police division stated in a press launch Thursday.

“We have a long history of being transparent public servants to the citizens of Gwinnett County,” it stated.

Jail information present Smith was launched Wednesday morning on a $2,950 bond.

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