Wichita brothers Jeremy and Josh Armbeck were driving home from work yesterday evening, in their work uniforms, in a car that Josh had legitimately purchased two weeks before, when they noticed two Wichita Police Department vehicles following them. Noting the recent events in Baltimore, Jeremy decided to start filming with his phone…
The police initially tell the brothers that they are driving a stolen car. Then, they claim that the tags were reported “lost”.
As it turns out, the car is not stolen, the tag matches the vehicle, and Josh has a valid title for the car in his possession. No tickets were issued.
At the end of the video, a Wichita Police officer is seen stopping the recording, despite a United States Supreme Court ruling which states that individuals have the right to film public interactions with law enforcement officers.