Orlando, Fla. — UPDATE 7:00 P.M.
The Orange County Sheriff’s Office has released the body-cam footage from the arresting officer.
By tapping here, you can read the arrest report from Deputy Christopher Moore.
A video circulating on Twitter shows a traffic stop by an Orange County Sheriff’s deputy in which a woman’s car window is shattered.
According to a report from the Orlando Sentinel, the sheriff's office is now reviewing body-cam footage of the incident which happened nearby a George Floyd protest around 7 p.m. Wednesday.
In the 37-second video posted Thursday, a deputy orders the woman out of her car for being "stopped in the middle of the roadway."
The Sentinel cites Orange County Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman Michelle Guido, who says the unidentified woman was not arrested but was cited for being parked on a roadway and not wearing a seat belt.
Guido told the Sentinel the Sheriff’s Office plans to file a case with the Ninth Judicial Circuit for battery on a law enforcement officer and resisting without violence.
Sheriff Mina has asked for a review of the deputies' actions and that review is under way.
Later Thursday evening, the Orange County Sheriff’s Office released the arresting officer’s body-cam video.