Caught on Bodycam: People ‘Causing a Scene’ in Public

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WATCH: Bodycam footage shows police dealing with citizens causing a scene in public.

0:00 Police arrested and removed a woman from an Office Depot in Texas City after she allegedly refused to wear a mask per the business’s policy. She was not officially charged.

3:45 Police responded to a call about a woman who allegedly assaulted an employee while shopping at a Nordstrom Rack in Austin, TX. The woman was cited for assault after a dispute over not wearing a face mask at the private business.

8:33 Police arrest a woman in Wildwood, NJ after she allegedly refused to give them her name and assaulted an officer when questioned about the presence of alcoholic beverages at the beach.

14:57 Fort Collins, CO Police arrested a woman after she allegedly tried to leave the area with her boyfriend, who was detained and being questioned by police. She was charged with misdemeanors of obstructing a peace officer and resisting arrest.

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