Brown said Webb was caught barreling down the highway on wet pavement.
In the footage, Webb can be seen handing her driver's license and keys to the officer, who walks to her patrol auto.
The officers decide to charge Webb with going too fast for conditions and reckless driving.
Heads, you're released and tails you go to jail - those were the odds Sarah Webb faced in a traffic stop in April.
"What do you think?"
The charges against the driver have since been dropped.
"23", came the reply, referring to a police code for an arrest.
The app pings with a flip and a clank.
Webb told CNN she spent the day in jail.
"Yeah. So release?" Brown says. But Wilson does not hesitate.
However, the video shows them discussing whether to arrest or ticket her.
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Webb had already spent a few hours in jail and had her auto impounded by the arresting officer despite her boyfriend showing up to retrieve it.
"Instead of calling, saying you're running late for work, you would rather risk people's lives?"
Opening an app on her phone, the officers agreed if it landed on heads, she would be arrested, and if it landed on tails, she would be released.
"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", Grant said.
Until WXIA told Webb of the body camera video, she had no idea her arrest was made on the flip of a coin, which she called "disgusting". In the video, Brown opens the app unprompted, as if it was something she's done before.
"My civil liberties were violated", Webb said Friday.
Wilson left in September after five years on the force, and Brown left shy of three years last May.
Webb told Inside Edition that was "very angry and upset" after learning that her fate was decided by the coin toss. Three minutes pass before the officer returns to make an arrest.
Prosecutors have dismissed the case against Webb, according to NBC affiliate WXIA-TV in Atlanta. The officer then took to Wilson to ask her what she should do, according to bodycam footage via 11 Alive.
Webb could not immediately be reached for comment.