A 911 dispatcher was so concerned after watching a live feed of George Floyd's arrest on May 25, that she called a sergeant to express her concerns.
The phone call came to light in a newly released transcript from the Minneapolis Police Department, according to Fox5DC.
In the phone call between the dispatcher and a police sergeant, the woman said she watched the arrest on live camera feed outside Cup Foods in south Minneapolis.
"You can call me a snitch if you want to," she said, before adding she saw three officers physically restrain Floyd who was already handcuffed on the ground.
"All of them sat on this man. I don't know if they needed to or not. They haven't said anything to me yet," the dispatcher added.
The sergeant said he would look into the problem, before the call with the dispatcher ended.
The transcript also included two calls from pedestrians who witnessed the murder. Both calls were placed at 8:32 p.m.
In the first call, the bystander said he watched as an officer, "just pretty much killed this guy that wasn't resisting arrest. He had his knee on the dude's neck the whole time."
The caller asked to speak with a supervisor and was in the middle of being connected when the call abruptly ended.
A second call placed about 30 seconds later was also disconnected before the caller could speak with a supervisor about the incident.