Version of the game "heads and tails" in such unusual circumstances was recorded and their body-worn cameras.
He says Officer Brown and Officer Wilson are both on paid administrative leave pending an investigation.
"Yeah, so release?" Brown responds. Brown agreee and flipped the coin in the app. "He cannot come and do that.' When he very well could have come and got my vehicle", Webb recalled of the conversation she had with the officers about her auto being impounded. Wilson is heard saying "23', the code for arrest".
The pair of officers sat in their auto debating the matter for a short period before opening up a coin toss app and determining that heads meant arrest and tails meant release. This past Monday the charges against Webb were dismissed.
"I have much higher expectations of our police officers and I am appalled that any law enforcement officer would trivialize the decision making process of something as important as the arrest of a person", Grant said.
"They put me in a situation that was really wrong", Webb told ABC News on Friday.
Webb is handcuffed and taken to jail once Officer Brown returns to her vehicle.
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"Michael Jordan?" laughs Brown.
Brown said she "didn't have speed detection", but the other officer pointed out that the body camera recorded her cruiser's speed, which would have shown how fast she was going to catch up to Webb. Three minutes pass before the officer returns to make an arrest.
Webb could not immediately be reached for comment.
Technically, it was not a coin flip, but a coin-flip simulation - an app on one officer's cellphone.
Chief Grant said it's still unclear how long it will take to determine the outcome of the internal investigation.
"I've been a law enforcement professional for nearly 40 years and, again, I was appalled to believe that a police officer would let a flip of a coin be the deciding factor in whether to issue someone a citation or, more importantly, take someone into custody", Grant said.
"I do want people to know about it and I do want people to people to hear about this because I don't want this to happen to again", said Webb.