UCF student sentenced in traffic stop case

Victoria King sentenced to 1 year probation, more than 3 days community service


ORLANDO, Fla. – A University of Central Florida student found guilty of resisting a police officer was sentenced Friday to one year of probation, authorities said.

Victoria King must also perform more than three days of community service, according to state attorneys.

[RELATED: UCF student guilty in traffic stop case]

UCF police body cameras caught the altercation between an officer and Victoria King, who was pulled over a year ago for a broken tail light on campus.

A jury found King guilty last week of battery and resisting an officer without violence.

King didn't have proof of registration for the car and when police tried to serve her a ticket, she refused to roll down the window, police said. The officer broke out the window in the altercation, police said.

King said she was having a miscarriage and needed to get to the health clinic. She filed a complaint, saying the officer used brutal and excessive force.