A North Carolina deputy with the Onslow County Sheriff’s Office was caught on video confiscating two different cellphones and detaining a former U.S. Marine after she claims he got “aggressive.” Her claims are now being called into question after video of the incident surfaced online.
The deputy, identified as Natalie Barber by Photography Is Not a Crime, was responding to a dog-related dispute between Carlos Jaramillo and a neighbor on Saturday.
Barber is seen on video asking Jaramillo for identification for the police report, an order he complies with by giving her his government-issued Veterans Affairs card. When she demanded he give her his driver’s license instead, he refused and claimed he wasn’t operating a motor vehicle.
“This is a government-issued ID,” Jaramillo calmly says in the video. “So why isn’t this good enough for you?”
“I don’t want that, I’m not taking it,” the officer replies.
“Even though it’s a government issued ID,” the man is heard repeating.
“Sir, we’re done,” Barber says.
“We’re not done,” Jaramillo responds.
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