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Video said Melbourne woman was dragged out of the car assault police suspected of being prosecute back

Source: xkb.com.au
[社会新闻]     13 Sep 2020
Vizhou police said they planned to accusation a melbourne woman assault police. who had posted a video of her arrest on social media showing her being dragged out of the car by police. Police arrest 29-year-old Natalie Bonner (NatalieBonner), who allegedly refused to provide her details and driver's license at a checkpoint in Calcaro (Kalkallo) by 6 p.m. on Saturday.
Video said Melbourne woman was dragged out of the car assault police suspected of being prosecute back

 

Vizhou police said they planned to accusation a melbourne woman assault police. who had posted a video of her arrest on social media showing her being dragged out of the car by police.

Police arrest 29-year-old Natalie Bonner (Natalie Bonner), who allegedly refused to provide her details and driver's license at a checkpoint in Calcaro (Kalkallo) by 6 p.m. on Saturday.

Bonner was stopped as he passed the checkpoint because he placed the phone on a charger on the windshield. But she refused to get out of the car and refused to give her name to the police officer, causing the situation to escalate.

The video shows the police reaching into the car to unfasten her seat belt.

Bonner claimed on social media that police called for support, and then four policemen grabbed her leg and pulled her out of the car. "I can't breathe when I try to handcuff me with my knees on my back ," she said. "In this video, a man in the co-pilot's seat can be heard shouting that Bonner was ill.

Vizhou police said in a statement that when bonner was first stopped, a police officer had spoken to her and explained that it was illegal for her cell phone to be placed on the windshield.

"The woman refused to remove her phone from the windshield ," the statement said. when asked to provide her name and address, the woman refused to provide her details, in violation of section 59 of the road safety law (Road Safety Act. When asked to show her driver's license, the woman refused again, in violation of section 59 of the Road Safety Act. After being warned by the police that if she did not provide detailed information, she would be arrest. by the police but she still refused, the police asked her to get out of the car. As she refused again, she was taken from the car and detain ." by the police

Police said the woman was later released and was expected to be subpoenaed for driving in prosecute, presence of sight, failing to produce a driver's license, failing to give her name and address, resisting arrest, assault police and offensive language.

When asked about the matter, the Governor of Virginia, Daniel Andrews (Daniel Andrews), defended the actions of the police, saying that, at the request of the police ," no one rights refuse to provide his name and driver's license ".

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