Sounds of a coin flip and laughter follow. "That's reckless driving, ma'am".
Brown and Wilson were filmed giggling as they were filmed arresting Sarah Webb in April.
"What do you think?" Kristee Wilson, a responding officer, was heard saying.
While the officer appears to have used a coin flip in the discussion of the motorist's fate, it ultimately doesn't appear to have affected the officers' decision to arrest Webb. Using the codes "A" for arrest on heads and "R" for release on tails, she then flips the virtual coin.
PHOTO: Police officers in Georgia were caught on body-camera flipping a coin to decide if they would arrest a driver. So off to jail Webb went.
"This says tails right?"
"Yeah", said Brown. "So released".
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A woman identified as Officer Courtney Brown is heard in the video confronting Webb about speeding in wet conditions. Brown then arrests Webb, handcuffing her and putting her in the back of a patrol auto.
Webb said she spent hours at the police station on the day of her arrest, most of it in a cell. Tails: they let her go with a ticket. According to Webb, the prosecutor said she watched the videos, and refused to prosecute the case.
"It's the people who are supposed to protect us, but instead consider our freedom and our life as a game" she said later. CNN affiliate WSB reported charges against the motorist have since been dropped.
Roswell Police Chief Rusty Grant said he launched an investigation and placed the officers on administrative leave once he became aware of the incident that occurred just over three months ago.
Chief Grant said it's still unclear how long it will take to determine the outcome of the internal investigation.
"I approached the vehicle, announced myself as a city of Roswell police officer, and asked the driver is she knew how fast she was going", an officer said in the Roswell Police Department incident report.
"Nothing in the actions of these two officers is consistent with the Atlanta Police Department's training or its expectations of its sworn personnel", Chafee said.