An Arizona police department is under investigation after the release of body camera footage that showed them arresting a woman who claimed she was pregnant.
Witnesses claimed three officers used excessive force when attempting to arrest Rickeda Jobe who claimed she was pregnant at the time.
The Gilbert Police Department released on-body camera video taken by three officers during the arrest on March 5.
In the video, the officers are seen restraining Jobe against a police vehicle.
Officers were arresting Jobe for allegedly violating a court order to stay away from a home, according to 3-TV.
Jobe is seen in the video being combative as she kicked one of the officers and screamed: 'I got my son!'
She was referring to her son, who was reportedly down the street. Jobe also screamed that she was pregnant as she was placed in handcuffs.
The officers said they were spit on, kicked and bit by Jobe, but the three camera angles only show her kicking them.
One officer said: 'Ouch, she bit me in the finger!' And right after, Jobe screamed: 'You just hit me in the face!'
The video doesn't show an officer hitting her in the face nor does it show her biting an officer.