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She and her husband, Ausar Moore, were having a day for themselves. How can I help you? I automatically felt threatened. They are just going to call me anyway. Cell phone video and police body camera video capture the moments that follow. Here they come.
You can hear the operator ask Williams if she wanted to remain on the line. Williams and Moore are talking to officers. The couple was standing on their steps. The officers were in the driveway.
One officer can be seen in the video walking closer to the couple. Video shows the officer moving toward Williams, then walking up the stairs. Williams turns to get away and moves into the foyer of the duplex she owns. She is taken down by the officer.
The officer slams the door of the patrol car. Williams was charged with battery and assault on an officer and resisting arrest. Williams does not have a criminal record, but she faces up to 10 years in prison if convicted of both charges. Go somewhere, unless you want to be a witness to it. The arrest report states that while Williams was taken into custody, a semi-automatic pistol fell off her person and onto the floor.
I also had, until recently because of this situation, a concealed weapon. If I wanted to carry it, I can legally do that. News4Jax showed the video to Alex Piquero, a criminology professor and chair of the department of sociology at the University of Miami. News4Jax crime and safety expert Ken Jefferson, a retired JSO officer with more than 24 years on the force, disagreed.
Lashway asked both Black Jacksonville lady if they thought the police acted in line with department protocol. Piquero often asked how law enforcement agencies should deal with confrontations like this. I am out of the roadway. Williams said she was taken to an empty lot, just yards away from her home. She said they held her in that lot for a period of time before they brought her to jail. The question is was that appropriate? Jefferson was asked if he thought race played a factor in the case.
I can tell you the answer to that. The answer is more than likely no.
News4Jax as requested the call and the files on the five officers involved in this case. An Emmy-nominated TV reporter and weekend anchor. A river flood warning and a rip current statement in effect for 4 regions in the area. Local News. Woman accused of attacking Jacksonville police officer tells her story year-old with no criminal record could face up to 10 years in prison. Published: December 23, pm Updated: December 24, am. Tags: Jacksonville. Woman accused of attacking Jacksonville police officer tells her story.
Woman says Jacksonville police entered home without warrant, used excessive force. About the Author:.Black Jacksonville lady
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