– We got dispatched
to a call of people entering a gated
community, so we’re going to talk to them about
trespassing on this property. So they have one of the female
stopped, sounds like she’s giving them false information. When they do a check
on her, no record comes back, which is
usually an indicator they’re giving false info. – Ow, ow, ow. – Get on the ground. – Why are you attacking me? – You’re under arrest.
– Why? – Get on the ground. – Ow, you guys have hurt me. – Give up your wrists.
Give us your hands. – OK.
I’m letting go. I’m letting go.
– Let me see your hands. – I’m letting go.
I let go. I let go. – Stop.
– Please. Please, I can’t breathe. – Got your handcuffs? – I let go. – Yeah. – Don’t resist me. – Ma’am, I did.
– Stop. – Ma’am, I did.
It’s OK. It’s OK. – Stand up. – Stop, please? – No. – You were– I can’t breathe. – You’re under arrest. – Perfect. – How much heroin
did you swallow? – Two and a half grams? Is it sealed or no? – Was it wrapped, or how was it
packaged when you swallowed it? – Anything else on
you, in your bra? OK. She has a loaded
syringe in her bra. – I am going to take it. It’s uncapped. – You have Hep C? – Yeah. – All right. Hold on, there’s blood
coming out of it. She’s nodding off, which
could be an indicator that she’s overdosing on
opiates and the heroin she said she swallowed. – She didn’t get none– – Just relax. Just relax. – Ow. – No, it’s OK. – All right? – Stand up. You have to stand up. – She’s going to
go to the hospital. Once she’s released, she’s
going to be booked into our jail for multiple charges, including
possession of paraphernalia, for giving us false information. She was giving us a false name,
and also for running from us.