Transcript for Texas Police Mistakenly Pull Over Mother and Her 4 Children
But a frightening moments for a young mother in a car with four kids. Police pulled them over, slapped handcuffs on the mom. But it was a bad case of mistaken identity. Sho Mara schiavocampo here with the details. Reporter: Mistaken identity is right, they stopped the wrong car. That mom was trying to get her kids and god kids home. And it ended up being a ride they won't soon forget. It's a highly-charged. Traffic stop. Driver, let me see your hands. Everybody, hands out the window. Reporter: New dash cam video showing Texas police officers pulling over a car just outside Dallas, guns drawn. Keep walking backwards. Hands on your head. Reporter: The problem, the police admit they got the wrong car. This is law-abiding mom kametra Barr ber. And in the car, four kids under the age of 10 watching as she is handcuffed. What am I doing? Hold on a sec. What is going on? My children -- Reporter: Moments later, Barr ber Easter if ied son, just 6 years old, comes out with his hands up. Makes me angry all over again. Reporter: It started with a 911 call describing a vehicle speeding down the highway, the driver waving a gun out the wind window. It's a beige or tan-colored Toyota, occupied by four black males. Reporter: But Barbara's car, a burgundy maxima, doesn't fit the description at all. The caller tells the police they have made a mistake. They say you have the wrong car back there. Very shocking. Just -- I can't imagine what those kids went through. I cried. I have kids. It's hard to imagine. Reporter: In the video, the police quickly realize the passengers are children. Do they look young to you? They do to me. A Reporter: And that they've made a terrible mistake. Gun down. Reporter: They immediately start working to calm the kids. I'm scared. It's okay. Going to jail? No one is going to jail. Reporter: Though police apologized, they say they acted appropriately for what they thought was a dangerous situation. For the nature of the call, yes. Reporter: But she can't let this stop go. Every time I listen to or hear or think about it, it bothers you. It's not -- I can't just say, okay, I'm fine. It's okay, it's not a big deal, it is. Reporter: Now in a statement Forney police say they acted professionally on the information they were given, and adjusted their methods when the situation presented itself to be otherwise. A tan Toyota and a burgundy maxima, very different cars. I'm glad they made up for it fast. Now to a brazen Hollywood
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