A video surfaced online that showed a dozen officers lined up in a firing squad, shooting a woman, and releasing their dog on her.
A dozen San Diego police officers responded to a 911 call that claimed they saw a woman stabbing a man in the arm.
They were able to locate the victim and he was taken to the hospital.
The officers were able to find the woman based off the description given in the 911 call. She was also still holding the knife, according to the person recording the video.
The video that was released on Twitter shows officers lined up in a firing squad, with officers pointing their guns at her.
The woman can be seen acting irate, as she pulls off some form of clothing.
She attempts to walk away from the officers in the opposite direction, after the first shot is fired. A total of four shots can be heard.
As she turns the corner, out of view, an officer releases their k9 on her.
The video shows officers surround the woman and an officer can be seen raising a clenched fist, but it is unclear if they struck the woman.
She was taken to a local hospital for evaluation and will be charged with assault with a deadly weapon, according to the San Diego Police Department Twitter account.