https://www.fox5atlanta.com/news/fu...in-arrest-of-college-students-pulled-from-car Streeter is charged with aggravated assault for using a Taser against Young and is also charged with pointing a gun at Young, arrest warrants say. Gardner is charged with aggravated assault for using a Taser against Pilgrim, a warrant says Lonnie Hood is charged with aggravated assault against both Young and Pilgrim for using a Taser against both of them, an arrest warrant says. He is also charged with simple battery for violently pulling Pilgrim from the car and throwing her down on to the street, a warrant says. Willie Sauls is charged with aggravated assault for pointing a Taser at Pilgrim, a warrant says. He’s also charged with criminal damage for repeatedly hitting and damaging the driver’s side window of the car, which belongs to Pilgrim, a warrant says. Armond Jones is charged with aggravated battery for hurting Young’s left arm when he dragged him from the car and slammed him onto the street, a warrant says. He’s also charged with pointing a gun at Young. Roland Claud is charged with criminal damage for using a “window punch” to break the windows of Pilgrim’s car, a warrant says. I encourage you to go to the article and watch the videos, particularly the 2nd video. When you look at this from the viewpoint of "the other officers" who we might assume had good faith to believe their initial contact officer was trying to effect a lawful arrest and the vehicle then fled, nearly dragging the initial officer, I can't see how you can criminally charge them for what happened. Is it a crapshow? Yes. Are arrests usually a crapshow? Also yes. Should maybe our initial officer have kept eyes on them and let the arrest team do their thing, hopefully getting out of there without further conflict? Up for debate I suppose. I foresee Atlanta PD using a whole lot of discretion on whether to arrest people if their DA is going to charge you for criminal damage for breaking a window to make an arrest. I surely wouldn't see much criminal activity occur in my presence if I was there.