A woman’s video of her encounter with a Brunswick police officer is going viral after she edited it and posted it online.
Her intention in posting the video was to gain support for her belief that the officer acted improperly. But that is backfiring with many ridiculing her for what she says and does throughout the video as well as fully supporting the officer for the way he handles the situation.
According to the video, the officer was in the neighborhood investigating a robbery and spotted an open front door and a running car in the driveway, which was full of children. The officer walked up to the front door and a woman appeared from inside the house. This is where things took an odd turn.
The officer asked for identification and if everything was alright. For some reason the woman, Ginger Borshov refused and began recording the encounter. “I would think you would appreciate your police department doing that, that’s what we do,” the officer, later identified as Sgt. Jon Page said.
“You can ask me if you can help. You may not ask me to explain myself,” Borshov said. The officer continues to be polite and explain why he is there and Borshov just won’t have any of it and continues to be argumentative and won’t even give her name. The officer states that he drove past the house a few times before parking and walking up.
The woman eventually showed the officer her ID before screaming obscenities and him as he left, according to ABC 5.