"Emily Weinman is charged by the police department with serious offenses that could result in exposure to a prison term of 5-10 years".
The situation escalated when Weinman refused to provide her last name and walked away from the officers.
One of the officers tells her: "You're about to get dropped". As the video continues, Weinman says, "I didn't do anything to disrespect you".
Beachgoers try to intervene as Weinman screams, "You're not allowed to hit me and choke me like that". You can see Weinman place a call to her aunt who is of age, who she said brought the alcohol.
The officer punches the women as she resists.
"This matter is still under investigation, however, in an effort to insure transparency with the public we serve, it was imperative that this video be released as soon as feasibly possible", the statement said.
"I asked them if they had anything better to do than prevent people from drinking on the beach", she said in a Facebook post. "If they were going to cite her, they should have said 'we're issuing you a citation for whatever, this is why they need your name.' But they never said that", Dicht said.
On Tuesday, Wildwood Mayor Ernie Troiano Jr.'s comments alluded to Weinman spiting at the officers before the arrest, provoking them: "She assaults them, she spits at them, she kicks them".
She says: "I'm not resisting".
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Philadelphia Police are investigating the incident.
CBS New York reports video of Saturday's incident shows an officer clubbing the woman's head twice as she's down on the sand.
Authorities initially said Weinman kicked the officer in the genitals and ran off.
Her attorney says the officers overreacted and used excessive force.
"My daughter is right here seeing this", she said.
When she was told she would be arrested, Weinman, "forcibly struck" the officer in the torso, causing the camera to turn off, according to Police Chief Robert Regalbuto.
"From what I see on the video and only on the video, from not even talking to the officers, I think they did a decent job", Regalbuto told NJ.com. And then I put her in cuffs and locked her up.
The officers involved were identified as Class II patrolmen Thomas Cannon, John Hillman, and Robert Jordan.
Weinman has a summons to appear in court on June 15.