"It's disgusting. I mean you have to think about the fact that these are the people that we rely on when we are in trouble", said Sarah Webb.
The officers involved, identified as Kristee Wilson and Courtney Brown, are on paid administration leave, according to WXIA-TV. The video audio appears to show Wilson say "This is tail right?", Brown says, "Yeah".
The virtual coin lands tails, but the officers chose to arrest Webb, anyway.
The officers ticked off Webb's potential violations.
The Roswell Police stated the investigation into the matter is still ongoing and will include a review of past actions made by Brown and Wilson.
Officer Wilson: "A (arrest) head, R (release) tail".
But if that wasn't enough, the officer is then seen returning to the patrol auto where she and her partner consider what to do - take the motorist in on a reckless driving charge, or let her go with a ticket.
"This behavior is not indicative of the hardworking officers of the Roswell Police Department", Grant wrote.
"They put me in a situation that was really wrong", Webb told ABC News on Friday.
Webb said she was running late to work, and following police instructions, she handed over her driver's license and turned off the auto, the report said.
The footage then shows Brown returning to her patrol vehicle, where she and her partner discuss if they will arrest Webb.
Webb told CNN she spent the day in jail.
Sounds of a coin flip and laughter follow.
Webb told Inside Edition that was "very angry and upset" after learning that her fate was decided by the coin toss. The two officers then debated whether to arrest or release Web.
"This is tail, right?" said one officer.
Prosecutors dismissed the charges Monday after viewing the video.
A body-worn camera recorded an officer's comments to Webb: "The ground's wet".
"I just want to see the two officers, I want to see justice", she said.
"I have much higher expectations of our police officers and I am appalled that any law enforcement officer would trivialize the decision-making process of something as important as the arrest of a person", he said.