A Texas police officer was captured on video Saturday pushing and tripping students as they rushed the field after a high school soccer match. And now the Georgetown Police Department has issued a statement saying they are forwarding the video to internal affairs.

A Texas police officer was caught on video tripping and pushing students as they rushed the field following a high school soccer game. (Image source: KXAN-TV)

A Texas police officer was caught on video tripping and pushing students as they rushed the field following a high school soccer game. (Image source: KXAN-TV)

“Georgetown administrators have taken the information and will be forwarding it to internal affairs for review and investigation,” police captain Roland Waits said Sunday evening, according to KXAN-TV.

The incident occurred after Vandegrift High School’s state soccer win Saturday and was caught on camera by a student at the game.

“He should’ve used better judgement,” Rohan Gupta, who shot the video, told KXAN. “We’re high schoolers just trying to have some fun after our team won.”

A spokesperson for the Georgetown Police Department was not immediately available for comment to TheBlaze.

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