A University of Central Florida Police officer is facing an internal investigation for shattering the car window of a student who started to roll it up on his hand during a traffic stop.
Officer Timothy Isaacs said he was forced to smash the window of Victoria King, 26. King was subsequently arrested and later filed a police brutality complaint, reports the Orlando Sentinel.
Video recorded by the officer's on-body camera system shows the Sept. 4 stop at 11:41 a.m. on North Gemini Boulevard. The officer had pulled over King for having one working brake light.
The officer asked King multiple times to roll down the window to sign the citation and warned her that the window would be broken if she failed to comply.