Roswell city spokeswoman Julie Brechbill tells The Atlanta Journal-Constitution that Courtney Brown and Kristee Wilson were fired Thursday, weeks after video of the April stop surfaced.
"OK", Brown says, followed by the sound of a coin flip.
The video's audio appears to record Wilson saying "This is tail right?", Brown answers, "Yeah".
Courtney Brown and Kristee Wilson were initially placed on administrative leave pending an investigation after body camera footage emerged showing the Roswell, Georgia, officers laughing as they tossed a virtual coin on a cell phone application to decide Sarah Webb's fate.
The intense moments were captured on body cam video as a Roswell Police sergeant used all of his strength to hold down the back of the auto to keep it from falling over the embankment.
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Brown and Wilson were seen in their patrol vehicle discussing whether to arrest Webb or give her a ticket before deciding to use a coin-flip app.
Noting the pavement was wet, Brown made a decision to add a charge of reckless driving, but both noted Wilson did not have speed detection in her auto or tickets.
"Yeah. So release?" Brown says. The officer said she was driving more than 80 miles per hour on a section of wet road that has a maximum speed of 45.
Charges against Webb were later dropped. The firing of the two officers was announced Friday, WGCL reports. Brown said, "Yeah. So release?" and Wilson replied, "23", which is the police's code for arrest, according to WXIA.
Webb, who allegedly admitted that she was speeding because she was running late for work, was in the back of the patrol auto, crying, while the two cops discussed what to do next. The charges were dismissed on July 9, WXIA reported.
As it turns out, Webb didn't even learn about the coin flip until WXIA-TV investigators contacted her.