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The police were investigated after a young woman, 21, broke her arm during an arrest

& # 39; I don't object & # 39 ;: police are investigated after a young woman, 21, claims that her arm was broken by an officer when she was arrested

  • Madison Holt, 21, claims the police broke her arm while arresting her in February
  • She claimed that she was stopped by the police despite the fact that she did not resist arrest
  • The woman was wanted by the police for questioning via a stolen mobile
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A young woman has accused a police officer of breaking her arm during a routine arrest.

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Madison Holt, 21, was reportedly dragged from a house in Taranganba, west of Rockhampton in Queensland, to be interrogated by a stolen cell phone in February.

& # 39; I screamed & # 39; & # 39; I am not opposed & # 39; & # 39; three times, & # 39; she said in a statement calling for the detective to be sued after her arm was broken.

Holt claims that she & # 39; roughly & # 39; was seized by the officers and forced to bend over a fence while one of the detectives kept her arms behind her back

Mrs. Holt was rushed to Rockhampton Hospital and treated for a broken arm

Mrs. Holt was rushed to Rockhampton Hospital and treated for a broken arm

Mrs. Holt was rushed to Rockhampton Hospital and treated for a broken arm

Mrs. Holt claims that she & # 39; roughly & # 39; was seized by the officers and forced to bend over some handrails while one of the detectives held her arms behind her back.

She claims that the detective subsequently hit her in the arm.

Mrs. Holt claims that she then heard a loud crack and started screaming that her arm was broken, The morning bulletin reported.

& # 39; (He) said & # 39; f ***, f ***, f *** & # 39 ;, and shouted at detective (remember name) & # 39; stop, I broke her arm & # 39 ;.

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She was rushed to Rockhampton Hospital and treated for a broken arm.

Madison and her mother Leanne Holt have called for the investigators to be charged.

However, seven months after her official complaint was filed, the investigation into the incident was ongoing.

Neither of the officers had relinquished their duties while the investigation continued.

& # 39; I was not accused of anything, I didn't want to, they just asked me, & # 39; she said.

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A Queensland police spokesperson said the decision to resign or suspend a police officer was made on a case-by-case basis.

Mrs. Holt claims that she then heard a loud crack and started screaming that her arm was broken

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