A wave of riot police in Hong Kong dragged, beat, and tramped an unarmed protester for more than 10 meters.
Dashcam footage shows a dramatic 100mph police chase through Belfast as the fleeing driver almost hits a pedestrian and an ambulance.
Driver Stephen McKeag mounted footpaths, drove through red lights and forced traffic to swerve out the way during the chase.
The incident happened last October, with McKeag, from Newtownards, County Down, Northern Ireland, jailed for ten months in June after pleading guilty to charges of dangerous driving and driving without insurance.
But officers for Police Service Northern Ireland released the footage yesterday as a warning to the public about stopping when asked by police.
He was finally snared when he drove into a narrow street and got momentarily stuck between two cars, giving police time to box him in, reports Belfast Live.
Prosecutors say it's their mission to make sure an Ohio cop "never wears the badge of a police officer again" after the 34-year-old was arrested Tuesday on accusations he tried to kidnap a 12-year-old girl at a school bus stop — and then filmed himself urinating on her.
Soloman Nhiwatiwa, a Cleveland officer, was taken into custody in the alleged Friday incident, according to a police department news release. Nhiwatiwa allegedly drove up to the girl while in Euclid and asked her if she needed a ride to school, Cleveland.com reported.
The girl said no, and refused to get in the vehicle, reportedly prompting Nhiwatiwa to drive away. Roughly a minute later, however, prosecutors allege Nhiwatiwa came back -- this time exposing himself to the girl and then filming himself urinating on her before leaving the scene again.
The child's mother reported the incident to police, while a neighbor reported Nhiwatiwa to authorities after noticing a suspicious person looking into people's cars.
“He will be held accountable,” Cuyahoga County Prosecutor Michael O’Malley said of the incident, according to Cleveland.com. “It’s my office’s mission to ensure he never wears the badge of a police officer again.”
Nhiwatiwa, who joined the police department in 2014, was indicted by a grand jury Wednesday and faces charges of attempted kidnapping, assault, endangering children and child enticement, among other counts.
He was relieved of duty with the Cleveland police and will be suspended without pay pending the outcome of the criminal case.
A would be "john" gets scooped up by cops during his efforts to pick up a "friend of the road" as Ray would say.
Los Angeles, CA - LAPD released bodycam footage of an arrest that occurred on January 6th, 2019.
At 2:50 p.m., officers assigned to Devonshire Division responded to the 21500 block of Lassen Street for a radio call of a vandalism suspect.
The Sergeant arrived before the officers and met with the person who called for service.
He then broadcast that he was on scene with the two vandalism suspects later identified as Kellie Millard and Carlos Mejia.
Millard failed to comply with the sergeant’s commands and a use of force occurred. During the use of force, Mejia approached the sergeant and a second use of force occurred.
Los Angeles Fire Department personnel transported the involved sergeant and Millard to a local hospital where they were treated for their injuries.
Kellie Millard is a 23-year-old resident of Los Angeles with no prior criminal history. She’s had two prior contacts with the mental evaluation unit.
Carlos Mejia is a 24-year-old resident of Los Angeles with no prior criminal history. He has had no prior contacts with the mental evaluation unit.
On January 8th, 2019, Mejia was convicted on one count of resisting arrest which was related to this incident.
On January 31st, 2019, Millard was convicted of one count of battery with injury on a police officer which was also related to this incident.
The scooter was filmed weaving in and out of traffic in Timaru in a very low-speed chase by a police car with flashing lights.
Policeman fires in the air to distance attackers in E. Jerusalem
The wife of one of the victims who is inside the bus that was hijacked and is standing at the Rio-Niterói Bridge , on the morning of Tuesday, said she was warned by her husband that the bus he is on was taken by A kidnapper.
"He left for work at 4:30. When it was around 5:26 he texted me saying that the bus was being hijacked, 'We're going to the bridge.' At first I thought it was a robbery. I got up, woke up my son and said, 'Your father is being robbed,' ” Eliziane Terra told the G1 .
At around 6am, a gunman with gasoline takes hostages inside a bus on the Rio-Niterói Bridge. The man was killed by a police sniper after getting off the bus three and a half hours after the kidnapping began.
No hostages were injured. Police said there were 37 people in the vehicle, but six had already been released when the perp was shot. The motivation of the crime was not informed.
The husband of one of the hostages, who was still on the bus at about 8:50 am, said the hijacker did not threaten to hurt the passengers.
"So far, he has not threatened to hurt anyone, has not threatened to hurt anyone. The apprehension of her parents, who are at home, is much greater than mine, even because she is a father and mother," said one hostage's husband.
SARS soldiers shoot dead unarmed suspect phone thieves in the middle of a street in Lagos, Nigeria.
Water cannons were used police to disperse demonstrators supporting the ousted Kurdish Mayor of Diyarbakir Adnan Selcuk Mizrakli on Monday. The mayor was removed by the Turkish government on terrorism charges earlier in the day along with two other Kurdish mayors.
A Bridgeport police officer was placed on administrative leave after being captured on video apparently striking a suspect in the head with a gun. The police department has launched an investigation into the incident & say that this behavior will not be allowed in the City of Bridgeport.
Armed police vs civilian causes chaos in a street in Nigeria
Salt Lake City police released body camera video of a man being shot to death by officers — after he pulled a gun and aimed it in their direction.
A man said to have 'superhuman strength' was Tasered by police after he allegedly attacked customers in a vegetarian café bar.
Diners tried to tackle the man and were forced to defend themselves with chairs when he flew into a frenzy at Fuel Café Bar in Withington, south Manchester, it is alleged.
Dramatic footage filmed by a witness shows a man shouting at a woman who was reportedly trying to calm him down.
Glasses were smashed and a window was shattered amid the incident after the man had eaten people's food and downed customers' drinks, reports said.
A witness claimed the man even grabbed a staff member by the throat and pushed him over a table.
Police had to Taser the man, the Manchester Evening News reports, and he was seen in footage falling to the floor and rolling around, appearing to be in pain.
The Bailey family's lawyer says the 19-year-old black man, who was shot in the back while running from police and died at a hospital later on, was unarmed.
A man accused of terrorising a city by taking a man hostage and holding off police during a three-hour siege is the son of pro-gun politician Kim Vuga.
At about 7.45pm on Friday, 29-year-old Jaimie Ronald Madden allegedly threatened a taxi driver with a firearm and forced him to drive to a Southport service station on the Gold Coast.
Madden then allegedly carjacked three vehicles and threatened multiple people with a 'huge hand pistol'.
He was charged with 15 offences on Saturday morning, including armed robbery, unlawful possession of a weapon and carjacking.
A Vallejo police officer shot a trespasser who threatened the officer’s safety by advancing with a brandished knife.
The Sonoma County Sheriff’s Department released body-camera footage Wednesday from an officer involved shooting in Santa Rosa earlier this month that left a man injured.
The deputy’s body camera shows the suspect getting into the sheriff patrol car. The car was running, according to police, and inside the trunk was the deputy’s rifle.
As the suspect tried to change the gear of the car, the Sonoma sheriff’s deputy fired shots toward the suspect, hitting him at least three times
Bodycam shows Chandler Police Department pull over and arrest Arizona Cardinals Chief Operating Officer Ron Minegar on suspicion of DUI.
Willis, TX – Two former Willis police officers were sentenced to a year in jail after lying about an arrest captured on bodycam video.
Kenneth Elmore and John McCaffery were each convicted of felony tampering with a government record.
The charges stemmed from a July 2017 arrest.
Bodycam video presented during the trial showed a man walking through a residential area as McCaffery joked about a “drive-by tasing.”
“Yeah, I’m not gonna chase him on foot, I don’t need to chase him. My car will chase him though,” another officer replied. “He’s pissing me off now.”
As one of the officers is driving while holding a Taser, you hear him yelling “Get him, get him, get him!”
You can then hear the same cop taunting the man with a string of profanities as he was face-down and being handcuffed.
The man was charged with evading arrest, but the charge was dropped a few months later, following an investigation. We are not identifying him since the charge was dropped.
The Texas Rangers launched an investigation, and Elmore and McCaffery were indicted in 2018.
“They attacked [the man], charged him with a crime he didn’t commit, and lied to cover it up,” Montgomery County District Attorney Brett Ligon said in a statement. “These defendants disregarded their oaths to protect, to serve and to tell the truth.”
Connecticut Police have released body cam footage that shows a traffic stop where police drew their weapons on a guy who turned out to be the general Manager for the New York Yankees.
After officers place an uncooperative man in the back of the police car, he farts right in front of them in this clip
Video has emerged of a crowd taunting and throwing things at police throughout an eight-hour standoff where six officers were shot and two others were held hostage on Wednesday in Philadelphia, prompting President Donald Trump to declare the suspected shooter with an 'extensive rap sheet' should 'never been allowed on the streets.'
Maurice Hill, 36, was taken into custody by a SWAT team, emerging with his hands in the air after the authorities shot tear gas into the home where the gunshots were coming from, police source Eric Gripp said.
Harrowing footage of the onslaught of AK-47 gunfire was captured by home surveillance camera across the street from the assault, as police also endure abuse from the bystanders who cheered on the suspect.
On Thursday morning, Trump tweeted: 'The Philadelphia shooter should never have been allowed to be on the streets. He had a long and very dangerous criminal record. Looked like he was having a good time after his capture, and after wounding so many police. Long sentence - must get much tougher on street crime!'
Hill's criminal record prior to Wednesday's shooting shows one open case dating back to a 2007 arrest, for which he is currently awaiting a pre-trail conference, according to records DailyMail.com obtained from the Pennsylvania court system.
A sheriff's deputy is fired after a neighbor films him and his girlfriend cursing her out over a noise complaint. She asked politely to keep the noise down and they started to yell at her.
A woman's first date at Denny's went from bad to worse when she was confronted by armed officers after her companion ran off following a police chase when police tried to pull him over for a minor traffic violation.
While Philadelphia police officers were dealing with a gunman who shot six of their own during a standoff at a home in the Nicetown-Tioga section, cops also had to deal with being taunted by some bystanders. CBS3’s Alexandria Hoff reports a crowd of people laughed and yelled at officers in the midst of gunfire during a standoff on Wednesday.
Police have released video of the dog attack that happened Monday. Officials said, "East Haven Animal Control and EHPD officers were able to avoid using lethal force when dealing with the situation, safely deploying a Taser.
The dog responsible for biting the Palmetto Trail resident was quarantined by Animal Control." Officials said the owner of the dogs, Jeffrey Monigle, was cited violations including Failure to License, Failure to Vaccinate, Animal Nuisance, and Allowing Dog to Roam.
Police officers responded to Palmetto Trail in East Haven on Monday afternoon after 911 calls alerted them to a dog attack. When they responded, they found Tom Kucenski, a resident of the street suffering from several non-life threatening injuries. “The dogs were outside were outside,” said Kucenski. “They came and attacked me. It’s a long backward walk to my house.”
Utah State troopers arrested Joshua Adle, who is accused of kidnapping his children Darla Yonko and 8-month-old Emma Yonko from Riverside in California.