The Washington County sheriff's office has released dash-cam video that show a shootout with a gunman Sunday.
The agency said on Facebook that Sheriff Tim Helder chose to release the footage because bystander video has already been posted online and "because of the great public interest it has generated.
" The video, viewable above, also includes 911 audio and shots of the bullet holes in Washington County Cpl. Brett Thompson's vehicle.
"We are so thankful Corporal Thompson, all other officers who were involved, as well as citizens who were in the areas of the incident, were unharmed," the statement on Facebook noted.
Police identified the gunman as Luis Cobos-Cenobio, 29. He faces four charges of attempted capital murder and one charge each of fleeing, terroristic act, possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement placed a hold on Cobos-Cenobio. Calls to the immigration office in Fort Smith were not answered Monday. He shot at law enforcement officers during a car chase that started in Tontitown and ended in Springdale, according to a news release from the Police Department.
No officers were injured, but they did return fire. Cobos-Cenobio had an injury to his shoulder when he was arrested at the intersection of South Thompson Street and Don Tyson Parkway, according to the news release.
Incredible dash cam footage shows a stolen vintage car being chased around the streets by a police car.
The 51-year-old Morris Minor can be seen swerving around traffic and narrowly avoiding other vehicles as the driver attempted to escape police.
The driver, who sped through Bradford, West Yorkshire, has not been caught, but the car was later recovered.
The footage was uploaded to Twitter by West Yorkshire Police's road policing unit with the comment: "It's not every day you have a pursuit with a 51-year-old stolen Morris Minor.
"Fagley area of Bradford.
"Can anybody explain how it didn't crash at this junction?"
A drunken thug bit a policeman's finger in an horrific attack caught on the officer's bodycam.
Daniel Brearley was jailed for three years on Monday for the assault on the policeman, as well as glassing a friend in the face who was trying to calm him down.
West Yorkshire Police agreed to release the footage after a request from Examiner Live after the incident in Huddersfield.
The clip shows Brearley under arrest and restrained against a police car screaming obscenities at the two police officers at the scene.
He is heard to shout: "Have I spat?" before the sickening bite.
The court was told he had spat at officers in the past.
Shocking footage shows the moment armed police gunned down a man waving a large machete on a busy street.
John Taylor was seen waving a giant knife outside shops in Balisdon, Essex, on Saturday.
The 50-year-old pleaded guilty to possession of an offensive weapon at Basildon Magistrates’ Court on November 12, and is due to be sentenced on December 10.
The Blount County deputy who shot and killed a Greenback man after he threatened the officer with an ax has been cleared and will return to his duties next week, according to the sheriff's office. Deputy Jarred Pekala has been on administrative leave with pay since the incident on Sept. 30.
"After reviewing the findings of the TBI and the BCSO investigation, the Blount County District Attorney General’s Office ruled the deputy’s actions were justifiable based on the circumstances, and that the deputy’s actions were in compliance with Tennessee state law," a release from the sheriff's office said.
The sheriff's office said Deputy Pekala was called to the home on Emert Williams Road after a family member called dispatch and said Brian Lee Rogers, the man who was killed, was "acting erratically". Deputy Pekala's in-car video showed that as he pulled up to the home, Rogers retrieved an ax and advanced toward his patrol car.
Deputy Pekala put his patrol car in reverse and backed up approximately 320 feet until he had created enough of a distance between him and Rogers.
"When he stopped, he stepped out of his patrol vehicle and issued several verbal warnings to Rogers to drop the weapon, but Rogers did not comply and continued to charge toward him with the ax," the report said.
Rogers allegedly approached Pekala in an aggressive manner so Pekala fired his service weapon and at Rogers multiple times. According to the sheriff's office, other deputies arrived and took care of Rogers until AMR medical personnel could arrive. He was pronounced dead shortly after arriving at the hospital.
“More often than not, law enforcement officers must make split second decisions when they are confronted with an individual who is armed,” Blount County Sheriff James Berrong said. “Many citizens do not realize the dangers and complexities of police work. In Blount County, we are blessed with great community support, but across the country, criticism of law enforcement officers is on the increase. Our deputies faithfully continue to uphold their oaths and protect our citizens, despite knowing they will be second-guessed in traditional and social media. They are also aware they are a target because of the uniform they wear. I stand by my deputies.”
On Friday, 10-26-18 at about 10:44 P.M., Officers Ward and Kresa were driving eastbound on West Oklahoma Avenue when they observed an object tumbling across both lanes of traffic. As the officers drove closer they discovered an overturned vehicle resting on its passenger side.
As both officers ran toward the vehicle they noticed a woman and child trapped inside. The officers worked feverishly to create a hole large enough for the 17-month-old toddler and his mother to escape. Both the mother and child were conveyed to a local hospital and treated for non-life-threatening injuries. The officers later learned the vehicle was struck by a hit and run driver that fled the scene.
A former Washington State University football player is suing the Pullman Police Department, alleging two officers used excessive force while arresting him at a convenience store in February 2017.
Treshon Broughton, who graduated from WSU last year after two seasons as a cornerback, claims the officers repeatedly struck his head and inappropriately deployed a Taser into his back while holding him on the ground.
Dubai police officers have begun training on flying motorbikes with four propellers to help them fight crime from the skies.
Police believe the S3 2019 hoverbike, designed by a California tech firm, will help them reach hard-to-access areas when they respond to emergencies.
Footage shows one officer wearing a motorcycle helmet taking off from a football pitch in a flying lesson in front of Dubai’s skyline.
The hoverbikes will be in action by 2020 with two crews already learning how to pilot them, CNN reported.
‘Currently we have two crews already training and we’re increasing the number,’ said Khalid Nasser Alrazooqi of Dubai Police.
More proof that some individuals have absolutely no respect for law officers. Also, more proof some people are complete pussies and will sucker punch someone instead of squaring up like a real man, then flee before that person gets back up. Pure cowardice.
A car completely flattened a traffic light before a man was caught on camera fleeing from the vehicle.
The man was chased on foot by police as the terrifying drama unfolded just before 3pm today in Dovecot, Liverpool.
In the dashcam footage, a dark-coloured vehicle appears to pass through a red light before smashing into a traffic light on the opposite side of the junction.
It then swerves out of control and a long-haired man wearing a pink robe leaves the driver's exit while being chased by police on foot.
Witnesses told the Liverpool Echo how police caught up with the man and tackled him to the floor.
Steve, 48, who lives near the scene, described hearing an almighty crash.
Killer John Leathem told police they would not find any forensic evidence linking him to the murder of schoolgirl Paige Doherty.
Unseen interview tapes have been released and capture the moment the deli worker replies 'no comment' when asked if he killed the 15-year-old.
He is quizzed as to whether they will find any forensic evidence linking him to her death and he replies "no".
"Are you sure about that?" one of the detectives asks.
To which, Leathem chillingly replies: "Positive".
Leathem was found guilty of Paige's murder in 2016 and is serving a 23-year sentence in prison, reports the Daily Record.
Newly released body camera footage shows a Northern Kentucky corrections officer slamming an inmate to the floor. Corrections Officer David Nussbaum said in his incident report that Kenton County jail inmate Steven Jordan was disobeying orders. Jordan says Nussbaum used excessive force.
Body camera footage released by the Evansville Police Department this week shows police struggling with a suspect accused of using a Taser on a city police officer outside Fairlawn Elementary School last week. The suspect s accused of wrestling with Reed and then using a Taser on the officer's face at least once.
A devastated father was hauled from court after he tried to attack the man accused of killing his daughter.
Footage shows how Peter Anderson was dragged away from the courtroom by sheriff's deputies as he attempted to rush towards the dock.
Ryan Burge, 37, is accused of killing Hartley Anderson at the home of his girlfriend in Vancouver, Washington, US, last Friday.
The five-year-old was rushed to hospital after her mother, Natasha Luchau, returned to discover her bleeding and suffering from severe head trauma.
Hartley was transferred to Randall Children's Hospital where she later died from her injuries.
Ms. Luchau was comforted by friends and relatives as she sobbed uncontrollably during the proceedings.
Burge, who had reportedly dated Harley's mother for three months, was minding the girl when the incident happened.
The knife-wielding Somali terrorist who was shot dead by police after crashing a car on Melbourne's Bourke Street and setting it on fire, before stabbing three men, one fatally, was named as Mohamed Khalif.
The lone wolf attacker, who also goes by the name of Hassan Shire, was rushed to hospital in a critical condition but later died from his wounds.
Officers shot him in the chest after his Holden Rodeo loaded with gas cylinders hit a pedestrian as it mounted the kerb and exploded outside Target near the Swanson Street intersection about 4.20pm on Friday.
Video shot from the scene showed the frenzied attack that carried on for more than a minute, beginning with Khalif charging at two police officers, punching one through a vehicle window and lunging at them with a knife.
ISIS have since claimed the attack as their own via the propaganda platform, releasing a statement saying 'the perpetrator of the operation... in Melbourne... was an Islamic State fighter and carried out the operation... to target nationals of the coalition' fighting IS, Amaq reported, allegedly quoting a jihadist security source.
But ISIS have previously claimed responsibility for attacks that were later discovered to be unrelated to the organisation.
Khalif's 21-year-old brother, Ali Khalif Shire Ali, was arrested in November of 2017 in relation to a foiled terror attack in Federation Square, also in the heart of Melbourne.
Police intercepted plans to attack the cultural arts precinct on New Years Eve.
Chaos on Melbourne's Bourke Street after a 'man drives onto the pavement, sets fire to his car and charges at police with a knife'.
The wife of a man who was stabbed by a terrorist during a deadly rampage on Bourke Street in central Melbourne has revealed how they were caught up in the horrific attack.
Tasmanian Rodney Patterson, 58, was one of three people who were knifed by the Somali-born attacker, who was shot dead by police after crashing a car and setting it on fire.
Mr Patterson's wife Maree said the couple were 'caught up in the attack' before he was stabbed.
A 11-year-old boy in Brooklyn, Ohio, reportedly stole his mother's car and took it for a ride after she took his PlayStation away. Police attempted to chase the junior suspect, but were only able to catch him after he crashed into a parked truck. Amazingly, the same suspect led authorities on a similar pursuit in October 2017.
An armed man can be seen on camera trying to keep a knifeman at bay after he had just murdered his girlfriend in a busy shopping centre.
David Lee Morris allegedly killed his girlfriend in front of their five-year-son in a busy Seattle food court.
Until the police arrived, the 29-year-old was stopped from fleeing the scene by brave shopping centre worker Scott Brown.
These guys were pulled over for not wearing seatbelts despite both occupants wearing one. After around ten minutes of arguing, one of the officers broke the driver side window and unlocked the door from the inside. He then grabbed the drivers arm and pulled him out of the car.
WARNING - GRAPHIC CONTENT: Oleg Kirkunov called police and confessed after shooting the lovers with his gun at his home in Ufa, Russia
A man who found his wife having sex with his brother shot them both dead after he woke in the night and heard "noises" coming from his spare room.
Oleg Kirkunov told police his brother Evgeny had joined him and his wife Olga Sukhanova for a meal and drinks at their home in the Russian city of Ufa.
Evgeny, 65, was invited to stay the night and went to bed in the couple's spare room.
But 54-year-old Oleg woke in the night after hearing noises coming from the spare room.
Realising his wife was not in bed beside him, he went to investigate and found his brother having sex with his wife.
Graphic footage recorded by police shows 44-year-old Olga lying dead on the bed, with a huge head wound and the body of Evgeny can be seen in the floor in a pool of blood.
A cheating husband who stabbed his stepdaughter 24 times and his wife 18 times murdered the pair in a frenzied knife attack.
Christopher Boon, 28, used a kitchen knife to repeatedly stab wedding planner Laura Mortimer, who had "fought for her life" during a struggle, and 11-year-old schoolgirl Ella Dalby, who had "bravely" come downstairs to help her mum.
Their bodies were found "side by side" in pools of blood on the kitchen floor of their home in Dexter Way, Gloucester, after Boon fled the scene.
The electrical engineer had cheated on his 31-year-old wife - causing their marriage to break down - and was angry after she told him to move out within two weeks, a court heard.
Ella had been stabbed 24 times, mostly in the face, while Ms Mortimer had 18 separate knife wounds, mostly in the neck, in a "sustained and brutal episode of violence", Gloucestershire Live reports.
Mumbai: Woman calls cops after tiff with security guard, strips in lift when cops ask her to be escorted out with them.
Milwaukee Police Department released body cam video and information on Thursday, Nov. 1 from an officer-involved shooting incident.
Joshua Pawlik was shot by four Oakland police officers on March 11 after police responded to a call about an armed man lying unconscious between two West Oakland houses. Since the fatal shooting, little information has been made public about the incident, or the events leading up to it.
This video shows Pawlik lying unconscious between two houses. Just seconds after the police position their armored vehicle directly in front of the alleyway, Pawlik, who is laying on his right side facing the police, wakes up. He lifts his head as an officer shouts, "Don't move, get your hands up! Hands up!"
Pawlik moves his head and shoulders slightly and slowly as the police order him to get his hands "off the gun." An officer yells, "Get your hand off that gun, young man!"
Police repeatedly tell Pawlik to disarm himself as he appears to be waking up. One officer calls out orders in Spanish. One officer says, "That gun moves, bag him." In total, about 46 seconds pass between the time Pawlik wakes up and the final order is called out. At that point, Pawlik appears to rise to his elbow when multiple police officers open fire, several using AR-15 rifles. After the shooting, one officer says, "Goddammit."
Joshua Pawlik struggled with mental illness and drug addiction but didn’t have a history of violence. A friend described him as a “free-loving hippie.”
CCTV shows 'baby-faced joyrider' slam into police officer trying to detain him and sending him flying over the bonnet.
Eagle Point, Oregon — A split grand jury decided it would not bring charges against an Eagle Point police officer who fatally shot a mentally ill man in the back after a struggle inside a Carl’s Jr. bathroom.
Officer Daniel Cardenas and his backup CJ Davis were justified in the shooting death of 33-year-old Matthew Thayer Graves because they thought he had a gun, the grand jury decided 5-2.
An officer’s black stun gun that fell to the floor during the struggle showed signs that Graves deployed the nonlethal weapon at the officers at least once.
The stun gun was deployed into Davis’ hands, but Cardenas mistook the black, pistol-shaped stun gun for a firearm.
Officer Davis testified that he communicated that the weapon was a stun gun, but Cardenas testified he believed he heard confirmation of the word “gun” when he unholstered his duty weapon and shot Matthews twice in the back.
A dad and son are accused of beheading an ex-policeman before cooking and eating his body.
A shocking video shows detectives and forensic teams removing the headless corpse from a cellar door where it had been dumped covered in garbage bags.
According to reports, knife wounds to the body showed flesh had been sliced off the man.
Police later searched an apartment in Saltivka, Ukraine, belonging to a dad and son.
Officers found the head of the 45-year-old former cop in a box stashed on the balcony.
Neither the victim or the defendants have been named.
An armed robber drags a female police officer from a patrol car as he tries to flee a Tesco Express raid in this shocking footage.
Owen Smith throws PC Ellie Young out of the car as she attempt to fight back, while he climbs into the drivers' seat.
She was left with arm, leg, shoulder and neck injuries but continued to try to tackle Smith with colleague PC Vicky Canales.
Smith was jailed for 14 years at Hove Crown Court on Tuesday for his part in the raid.
The unemployed 29-year-old, of no fixed address, previously admitted assault by beating a police constable, possession of a baseball bat as an offensive weapon, robbery and taking a police vehicle without consent, the force said.
Footage of man being detained following a hammer attack that took place at Stratford station in east London during rush-hour.
Onlookers said a man ‘whacked’ one of the victims with the tool ‘over a cigarette’ at Stratford tube station around 6am on Tuesday. Officers rushed to the scene and arrested a 26-year-old man from East Ham on suspicion of causing actual bodily harm, common assault and possession of an offensive weapon, according to British Transport Police (BTP).
Read more: https://metro.co.uk/2018/10/30/commuter-attacked-with-hammer-over-a-cigarette-as-he-headed-to-work-8087737/?ito=cbshare.
Police video released by the NOPD Friday shows Sgt. Daniel Scanlan and horse JJ chasing, and eventually arresting, a suspect in the French Quarter on Oct. 19.
The suspect, 30-year-old Terrell Spears, was arrested and booked on a count of possession of a firearm by a felon and flight from an officer.
Scanlan was in the French Quarter to film a promotional video when he got the call to respond to the incident.