WATCH: Dashcam Shows Terrifying Scene As Texas Mom and Kids are Pulled Over By Cops at Gunpoint

24 Aug 2014

FORNEY — A law-abiding mother – with four children under the age of ten in tow – was pulled over by Forney police at gunpoint and handcuffed in front of the kids two weeks ago.

Police say they were responding to a call of a motorist waving a gun out their window, and that precautions were necessary.

In dash cam video, you can hear an officer yell, “Driver, let me see your hands! Everybody stick their hands out the window!”

It was the moment that shook Kametra Barbour’s belief that bad things don’t happen to good people.

Her car was loaded up with small children — two of her own and two, her godchildren. Her hands were above her head, then shackled in cuffs. Moments later, her 6-year-old son, Ryan, comes out, too, with his hands up.

“Makes me angry all over again,” Barbour said after watching the video.

How did this happen?

It started with a 911 call and a very clear description of a vehicle speeding down the highway, the driver waving a gun out the window.

911 Caller: “It is going to be a beige- or tan-colored Toyota occupied by four black males.”

But the cars didn’t match.

“I drive a Nissan Maxima that is burgundy red,” Barbour said.

But after the suspect car sped far down the road, the 911 caller was now far back and thought the suspect was exiting the highway. And that was the very exit where Kametra Barbour’s car was.

“The complainant that called in said that vehicle took that exit,” said Forney Police Detective Michael Clay.

The video shows Barbour get out of the car, then the officers tell her to walk backwards to them with her hands up.

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