Holsey told HuffPost in an email that she was removing gas before work when a fight occurred. She pronounced Ewell, whom she doesn’t know personally, “instantly” surrendered to a officers by kneeling with his hands up, observant that “he seemed in shock.”
Holsey pronounced she began filming since she believed that a military were regulating extreme force.
“Is all that unequivocally necessary,” Holsey can be listened revelation a officers in a video. “Is all a guns drawn on him necessary?”
He was arrested in tie with an evidence with a gas hire worker over a before purchase, according to a news release posted by military on Monday. Police arrested Ewell on guess of robbery. He was expelled Monday with a citation, according to an detain record.
Asked either a actions of a officers were justified, Holsey told HuffPost: “Absolutely not.”
“Everybody seems to ‘fit a description,’” she said. “Plus, we suspicion it was too extreme for that many military and a guns drawn like that.”