California Deputy Detains Man for Video Recording Arrest, Accusing him of Possibly Plotting MurderBy Carlos Miller
Jun. 16, 2013
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An Orange County sheriff’s deputy detained a man for more than 12 minutes because he was video recording her and another deputy making an arrest at a gas station.
The deputy pretended she was only looking out for the best interest of the suspect, who was getting arrested for unknown reasons.
The citizen told her he was also looking out for the suspect’s best interest, ensuring he doesn’t wind up the victim of police abuse.