VIDEO: Woman Calls Police, after Being Pulled Over

She tells dispatchers that she fears for her life & needs help

By Calibre Press  |   Aug 4, 2016

From the Houston Chronicle:

A Houston social worker charged with resisting arrest in March says she feels lucky to be alive after a traffic stop turned into a physical confrontation with a Metro police officer and a two-day stint in jail.

Earledreka White, 28, was handcuffed and arrested while talking to a 911 dispatcher, asking for police back-up for the traffic stop, the video shows.

“I would like another officer to come out here,” she tells the dispatcher. “My heart is racing. I’m really afraid.”

The officer can be heard talking – and at times shouting – but his words are indistinguishable on the 40-minute video released Wednesday by White’s attorneys. The video was captured by a surveillance camera of a nearby business and combined with the audio recording of White’s 911 call.

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