Carmen Mata Long Beach, Woman blocked traffic, assaulted a police officer

Carmen Mata Long Beach – The 2017 video of a woman who blocked traffic, assaulted a police officer and resisted arrest is making its way back onto social media. Now, for the deets on the 411:
The event took place at approximately 3:30 p.m. near the junction of Anaheim Street and Pacific Avenue in Anaheim, California. On the third of July, 2017, on a Monday
Sgt. Brad Johnson, a spokesman for the Long Beach Police Police, stated that the department got complaints regarding a woman who was acting abnormally by climbing on automobiles and causing a slowdown in the flow of traffic.

Carmen Mata, the allegedly disorderly woman, was approached by a law enforcement officer from the LBPD who attempted to speak with her. Mata, on the other hand, got quite belligerent and attacked as well as threatened the officer.

At a certain point, the officer was seen beating Mata’s legs multiple times with a baton and eventually tackling Mata to the ground in order to arrest her. This was all captured on camera.

She was taken into custody and charged with one felony count of resisting an executive officer as well as three misdemeanor counts of resisting, delaying, or obstructing a peace officer. The felony count is the more serious of the two charges.

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