Dade Police Launch Investigation After Use of Force On Unruly Football Fan
- Author: Douglas Reid Nov 07, 2017,
Nov 07, 2017, 0:17
Miami-Dade Police Detective Alvaro Zabaleta said that the department is now viewing the video to make sure the proper procedures were followed in the incident that took place at the Hard Rock Stadium, during Miami's win Saturday over Virginia Tech.
Nearly immediately the officer pulls back his arm and punches the woman in the face.
In the video, several officers, including Ross, are seen carrying Freitas from the section.
Police are investigating an altercation between a Hurricanes fan and an officer during Saturday's game between No. 10 Miami and No. 13 Virginia Tech. When he arrived, Ross found 30-year-old Bridget Freitas arguing with other fans and "using profanity".
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According to the arrest report, Farrington noticed that a foul odor was coming from her trunk on Sunday, so she removed the body and placed it into a dumpster. "Supervisory personnel are aware of the video and are reviewing the incident to ensure compliance with our policies and procedures". His full name has not been released.
The officer then hits her in the head with his right fist, causing the woman to crumble as she is carried out of camera range. She attempts to slap one of the officers - Detective Douglas Ross - and misses on the first try, but connects on the second with a backhand.
The video has spurred headlines across the internet.