Officer suspended after video footage appears to show him manhandling 65-year-old woman

ALPHARETTA, Ga. -- A Georgia police officer has been suspended after he was caught manhandling a 65-year-old woman on dashcam video.

WGCL reported that it happened last Friday during a traffic stop on near Georgia Highway 400, north of downtown Atlanta.

The woman refused to sign her ticket after being pulled over by Alpharetta police, according to a spokesperson with the Alpharetta Department of Public Safety.

She was told she would be arrested after not signing the ticket and requested a supervisor, who was immediately notified, according to authorities.

Police say the woman became so upset that she hit an officer with the door.

She was then told she was under arrest, but refused to comply with the officer, which is when the officer tried to remove her.

Police say one of the officers responding for backup "interjected himself into the situation using language and tactics that were inappropriate, even inflammatory."

The officer's actions were caught on video.

The department said the officer's behavior doesn't reflect the organization and said an internal affairs investigation is underway.