http://www.nj.com/columns/ledger/braun/index.ssf?/base/columns-0/118542437088410.xml&coll=1 Synopsis: Woman passing by police is asked if she can interpret for them. She agrees. She borrows a phone from a detective to place a phone call for the woman being questioned. After about twenty minutes she asks to borrow the phone again so she call concerning her daughter who she is supposed to be picking up. The officer tells her his phone is dead (although later video evidence shows him using it). She then asks for a phone from someone in the crowd watching at which point she is arrested. Subsequent conversations from the police caught on tape are made discussing what they can charge her with. They ended up charging her with obstruction and resisting. An unnamed officer is quoted saying that the arrest is "all f____d up". The police department denies the local news organizations requests for video and police reports under the Open Public Records Act. The woman's lawyer provides the news organizations with copies he has been given. An internal investigation is ongoing.