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Another video shot by a witness to the stop shows the second officer called to assist with the stop, Robert McDonald, jog into the picture from offscreen and immediately begin kicking Hollins as he is handcuffed on the ground.
Two police officers were fired after cellphone videos showed them kicking and punching a handcuffed suspect, Gwinnett County, Ga., Police Department announced.
Bongiovanni's account of the Wednesday traffic stop is very similar to another incident report he filed in August after he pulled over the same man, Demetrius Bryan Hollins, and McDonald responded to his call for backup. "We do not tolerate actions that are not consistent with our core values or state law".
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"The revelations uncovered in this entire investigation are shocking", the statement says.
Two jaw dropping cell phone videos show violent acts from two Gwinnett County police officers during a traffic stop. The officer was sent home on administrative leave and his department-issued gun was taken.
In the 10-second-long, new video, a police officer, identified as Sgt. Michael Bongiovanni, a 19-year police veteran, can be seen pulling the driver of a red auto out of his vehicle.
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"What I viewed on that video disturbed me", Gwinnett Police Chief Butch Ayers said at the press conference. But now that only means that both officers need to be fired. "This is not what we expect from our officers, and we aren't going to put up with it".
An officer, identified as Robert Mcdonald, walked up and kicked a 21-year-old man, who was handcuffed on the ground.
Bongiovanni, who's been on the force 19 years, wrote he ordered Hollins out of the auto, but a struggle ensued.
"The history of this department is that we investigate our own people". After that McDonald came on the scene and stomped him in the face. Deon Washington, a Gwinnett County police spokesman.
The pair of officers involved in Demetrius Hollins' arrest are under criminal investigation.
According to Bongiovanni's report, the vehicle smelled of marijuana and Hollins "began to act odd", saying he wanted to call his mother.
Hollins faces charges that include obstruction of a law enforcement officer, possession of less than an ounce of marijuana, failure to signal, having a broken brake light, operating with a suspended, canceled or revoked registration, and driving with a suspended or revoked license, according to jail records.