Her excessive force case is going through federal court right now.
Law told Fernandes that she's glad that officer is on desk duty now -- pending the Marrow investigation -- because he dragged her out of a broken window and caused her serious injury.
Henry County Police Chief Mark Amerman has not spoken about the Marrow case publicly, until Monday.
“I found more facts that concerns me greatly, that’s why I ordered an internal investigation,” Amerman said.
Video of Marrow’s arrest shows two of his officers arrested the former NFL player and charged him with making terroristic threats and driving recklessly and aggressively during a road rage incident five months ago.
Marrow said police choked him and used excessive force.
Police said Marrow tried to kick them, head butt them and spit on them.
The chief said he saw some things in the paperwork back in December that raised questions, so he ordered an internal investigation three weeks later and also asked the district attorney to look into it.
After Marrow released video of his arrest last week it went viral.
Amerman said he took one of the officers off the street. That officer is currently on desk duty pending the investigation. The other officer is still working.
During a support rally for Marrow at a local church Monday morning, his attorneys asked for the terminations of both officers in this video.
Many residents told Fernandes that they agree.
“This is ridiculous. That could’ve been my son, and that really hurts me to my heart to even think that could happen to my son, so I had to come,” supporter Anthony Butler said.
Last week, Channel 2 Action News spoke to a witness who saw part of the arrest. He said Marrow was clearly resisting and also said police were wrong for using so much force.