A video has been posted online this week showing two sisters fighting with an off-duty policeman and then escaping after one of the women allegedly rear-ended him. (story continues below video) WARNING VIDEO IS GRAPHIC AND NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN
After the woman allegedly collided with the plain clothes officer’s car in San Jose, California, the officer followed her vehicle and tried to detain her until local uniformed police arrived, San Jose Police claim.
While the policeman tries to restrain her, at one point slamming her up against his car, a second woman enters the fray.
“Get the f— off my sister!” the unnamed woman says, as she holds the man back.
Both women then manage to escape the man and drive away, despite another man, who was filming the incident, having told them he is a policeman.
The incident happened in September 2014, according to San Jose Police.
Sergeant Heather Randol from the San Jose Police Department said the women involved are known to police.
“Both women have outstanding misdemeanor warrants for their arrests,” Ms Randol said.
Ms Randol confirmed the warrant issued for the women was for alleged “hit and run”, and for using force against the officer.
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