Debra Hamil. (@koko5 / Facebook)
A white Oklahoma woman was charged after resisting arrest after she was pulled over for a broken tail light.
Debra Hamil, a 65-year-old from Guthrie, Oklahoma was caught in body cam footage refusing to sign a $80 ticket and attempting to negotiate a lesser penalty during a traffic stop in Cashion, Oklahoma. “So you don’t even give a warning for something like this?” Hamil asked the officer.
The officer responded: “I’m not going to give you a warning for something you’ve been driving around for six months with.”
Hamil refused to sign her ticket, saying she did not deserve to pay $80 for “something that is fixable.” After she refused to sign the ticket, the officer ordered Hill to step out of her vehicle because she was being placed under arrest. “No, I’m not,” she countered.
“Step out, I’ve given you a lawful order, step out,”…
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