Off-duty officer cuffs woman on Bluetooth• Atlanta Journal Constitution
Kimia McMoore, 34, said she was talking to her daughter on her Bluetooth cell phone outside her apartment on North Hill Parkway when Fraser began harassing her.
According to a police report, Fraser asked McMoore who she was talking to and she pointed to her Bluetooth. Fraser then followed her to her car and attempted to detain her, McMoore told police.
McMoore said she pushed Fraser away and the two continued to argue. She called 911.
That's when Fraser left momentarily and called for back-up, claiming the woman was being disorderly. He returned with a set of handcuffs and placed a cuff on the woman's right wrist, the report states.
2 Comments in Response to Off-duty officer cuffs woman on Bluetooth
Put a badge on a bully and he becomes a psychopath. Time for this **** to stop.
Oh, the shame! Look at what Obama is doing to MY country! We're not even safe from our blue teeth anymore...next, we won't even be safe from our own blue balls