High School Student Resists Arrest Gets Chased Around Building For 5 Min
The police follow-up happened on Thursday (14) on the streets of Vila Velha in Espírito Santo. A young woman was surrendered by the thief who had her hostage in the car in the back seat and released soon after.
The victim activated the Municipal Guard of the city where the accompaniment began, several shots were affected in the truck in the attempt to stop the vehicle that came to collide with a vehicle.
The alleged 'pizzagate' Comet Ping Pong restaurant firestarter Ryan Jaselskis was tased by police at the Washington Monument in DC after jumping the fence.
Man Armed With A Knife Gets Fatally Shot By Los Angeles Police Officers.
Shocking video footage of the moment an aspiring rapper was shot dead in his car while sleeping in the drive-thru of a Taco Bell in California with a loaded gun on his lap has emerged.
The video shows the moment six Vallejo Police Officers opened fire on Willie McCoy on Saturday.
McCoy, who is in the rap group FBG, had fallen asleep at the wheel of his car and was slumped over with a weapon on his lap.
Staff called police who surrounded the vehicle while he was still unresponsive.
A policeman reaching through the window at a routine traffic stop was grabbed by the driver and dragged, resulting in an accident. The driver then tried to escape and was cleaned up by a passing instant-karma vehicle. Cop was treated for an injured knee, perp was treated to a good time at the police station.
Deputies said suspect Laforest Gray Jr., 23, fired shots at them first before they fired multiple rounds. No one was shot. Gray has been charged with attempted first-degree murder on a law enforcement officer and resisting arrest.
Gray can be seen holding up his phone in the video to record the deputies on Instagram Live while standing in the detached parking garage of the Citra at Windermere apartments.
Gray can be heard yelling to his wife to "come here" while standing to the side behind the open door of a yellow Chevrolet Camaro. Authorities said witnesses saw Gray pull his wife out a car by her hair, punch her and drag her through the parking lot.
Gray's wife believes there was no reason for authorities to get involved.
"I told police to leave," she said. "Everything is fine, every couple argues. Stay out of our business. There was no need for police to be there."
In the video, Gray's wife can be seen standing in between him and authorities until a deputy comes up to her and grabs her arm. She stands still for a few seconds until she appears to be pulled out of the garage and Gray's direct view.
"Get your hands off her," Gray can be heard saying. "Get your (expletive) hands off her."
A few seconds after his wife is pulled out of the garage, shots are fired. Gray can be seen pulling a silver object out from his side, behind the car door, and then pointing it at a deputy while gunfire is heard.
An OCSO report states that Gray's wife was heard saying, "Don't get the gun" and "Put the gun away." She said these pleas were not intended for Gray and instead were aimed at the deputies at the scene.
"I just want to go ahead and say that my husband didn't shoot," she said. "I don't believe he ever shot."
Gray's wife said he may have been holding a garage door clicker, which is why she believes he reached into the car.
Though Gray was not shot by deputies, he was subdued after being bitten by a K-9. His wife is upset at what she said was a big misunderstanding.
"If police would have just left when I asked them to, because that's our business, everything would have been fine," she said. "It's really stressful to have to watch, to be pulled out of the garage and have to watch my husband be attacked by, like, 10 police officers and then a K-9 and them carry him past me by his arms and legs, with his stomach on the ground."
Authorities are actively investigating the shooting.
The Palm Beach County sheriff's deputy moved his flashlight from side to side. The man he was field-testing for evidence of drunken driving grew more frustrated. Then he thumped the side of the deputy's head.
"You're under arrest for DUI," PBSO deputy Patrick Zeitz said. Then, "You're lucky I'm not charging you with something stupid like Batt-Leo."
That would be battery on a law-enforcement officer, a third-degree felony punishable by up to five years in prison.
"You, as somebody who does this profession, should know better," Zeitz said.
An 11-month-old baby girl is back safe with her mother after she was accidentally kidnapped during a car theft in Athens. Body cam video shows the moment Georgia police first find the car and rescue the child.
Police officers in California fatally shot a 20-year-old man in a Taco Bell drive-thru on Saturday after they said he reached for a gun.
Willie McCoy, a rapper known as "Willie Bo," was shot by officers from the Vallejo Police Department after responding to a 911 call from a Taco Bell employee regarding a man "slumped over in the driver's seat" in the drive-thru, police said in a statement on Tuesday.
The officers said they approached the "unresponsive" McCoy in his locked silver Mercedes and saw a handgun in his lap.
McCoy began to stir, the report said, and the officers said they told him to keep his hands where they could see them.
Police said the six officers fired "multiple rounds" at McCoy after he "quickly reached" for a .40-caliber semiautomatic gun with an extended magazine.
The statement went on: "Fearing for their safety, six officers fired their duty weapons at the driver. All shots were fired in approximately four seconds."
Police called medical support but he died at the scene.
A driver who led police on a fiery high-speed chase made a miraculously getaway by racing through closing boom gates at a railway crossing - leaving officers no choice but to wait until the train passed.
Incredible footage showed the white Landcruiser send sparks flying as it dragged a trailer with no wheels along a road in the Perth suburb of Maddington on Tuesday night.
An unmarked police car followed the vehicle as it approached the train line crossing, but the boom gates began to close and the driver made it under with centimetres to spare.
Officers were forced to wait for the train to pass and the gates to reopen, by which time the driver was gone.
"KKK's got your ass, boy!" A woman arrested for DUI is captured on a Volusia County deputy's bodycam telling the black law enforcement officer what's going to happen to him. "You xxxxed with the wrong white people!"
The actions of a Broward Sheriff’s Office deputy with a history of making false arrests drew a complaint from the Broward Public Defender’s Office after bodycam video from a July 2017 incident emerged last month.
Deputy James Cady confronts Allen Floyd, an African-American father calmly holding his infant, angrily drops f-bombs and calls Floyd “boy” before appearing to grab Floyd by the throat.
Floyd wasn’t under investigation for any crime. Nor was he being belligerent towards Cady in the video from July 25, 2017.
Municipal agents attended a report of a man with a knife attempting to harm himself.
The agents tried to persuade the man, identified as Gerardo Holguín, alias “El Pelón”, who was on the roof of a home located on Ramón Noriega, between Tenth and Eleventh streets, in the Palo Verde neighborhood.
During an exchange of words, the officers got too close and Holguín swung his knife and stabbed an officer two times. The two other officers responded the aggression with gunfire ultimately killing Holguín.
According to police, a vehicle was running from Lawrenceville police before crashing. The driver, identified as Nashawn Wiggins, was wanted for several warrants and took off from authorities.
Police said Wiggins crashed on Grayson Highway, but escaped from the car before it shot up in flames. He ran from the scene but was quickly captured by police.
The crash sparked a large gas fire after the vehicle ruptured a gas line from an above ground gas valve. Responding officers had to call in a gas company to dig multiple areas in order to try and cap the leak. They put out the fire several hours after the crash took place.
The crash also ended up knocking down a power line, causing power outages in the surrounding area.
A Diboll police officer went above and beyond the call of duty when he responded to a house fire in late January.
According to the Diboll Police Department, on Thursday, January 31, first responders were called to a residential fire on Booker Street.
The DPD says when officials arrived on scene, the house was up in flames and full of smoke.
While helping fireman roll out the hoses, Officer Chris Wheeler was told the family's dog was still inside the residence.
Without a second thought, Officer Wheeler went to the bedroom, where the dog was thought to be, in attempt to locate it. He quickly began to break out windows, saving the dog, and returned it to the owners.
The rescue was captured on Officer Wheeler's body cam.
It took less than 10 seconds after a Fort Collins police officer got out of his car at the scene of a reported active shooting to fire his weapon at a man holding his estranged wife hostage, newly-released body camera footage of the incident shows.
Officer Keith Hunter was justified in the shooting of 36-year-old Joshua Moore on Jan. 12, Larimer County District Attorney Cliff Riedel ruled Thursday.
Police responded to several reports of a person shooting a gun in the 2600 block of Bradbury Court that night. When Hunter arrived on scene around 10:08 p.m., he saw Moore chasing his estranged wife down the street. Hunter’s body camera footage shows Moore grabbing the woman and moving away from the officer.
Seattle Police and the King County Sheriff’s Office are conducting separate investigations into an early-morning homicide, and subsequent officer-involved shooting, that occurred early Thursday morning in the Northgate neighborhood.
At 3:25 AM, officers from the North Precinct were dispatched to a possible domestic violence incident at an apartment building in the 10500 block of Midvale Avenue North.
Based on the information relayed to them from the SPD 911 Center and witnesses at the scene, the officers forced open the door of a third-floor apartment. As officers entered the apartment, they found a deceased woman inside. Two adults, a man and a woman, and two small children, a boy and a girl, were hiding in another room.
Police then contacted a man armed with a large knife in a bedroom. Two officers engaged the suspect, ordering him to drop the knife.
During the encounter the officers fired their service weapons, fatally striking the suspect. The officers were not injured. Body worn video from the two involved officers shows them forcing entry into the area of the apartment of the deceased and engaging the suspect.
The officers escorted the uninjured adults and children out of the apartment. Seattle Fire responded but both the victim and the armed man were declared deceased at the scene.
After the conclusion of the video, officers attempted life-saving measures on the suspect and rescued the family that had barricaded themselves in an adjacent room. Detectives from the Force Investigation Team, CSI, and Homicide responded, as well as representatives from the Office of Police Accountability and the Inspector General.
Per the Department’s agreement with King County Sheriff’s Office (KCSO), and in line with Initiative 940, investigators from KCSO also responded to begin an independent investigation. This remains an active and on-going investigation.
The man was transported to an area hospital for treatment, where he remains in serious, but stable condition.
On July 27, 2017, Johnny Wheatcroft was a passenger in a silver Ford Taurus when a pair of Glendale police officers pulled in front of the car in a Motel 6 parking lot. The stop was for an alleged turn signal violation.
Minutes later, Wheatcroft was handcuffed, lying face down on the hot asphalt on a 108-degree day. He'd already been tased 10 times, with one officer kneeling on his back as another, Officer Matt Schneider, kicked him in the groin and pulled down his athletic shorts to tase him a final time in his testicles, according to records and body camera footage.
Investigators said 54-year-old David DeLanguillette led officers on a multi-county chase before he shot himself in the head near West Chester just after midnight Thursday. But before he took his own life, DeLanguillette opened fire at the officer
On Wednesday, January 23rd, at approximately 10:30 p.m., Naperville Police responded to the 1200 block of west Ogden Av. (a commercial strip mall), for a report of a suspicious subject.
Shortly thereafter, the subject was located in the parking lot holding a firearm to his head. Naperville Police Officers attempted to speak with the subject, a 27-year-old white male. He then advanced on the officers and pointed the firearm directly at them. One of the officers discharged their firearm, striking the subject.
Once secure, the subject was transported to an area hospital for treatment, where he remains in serious, but stable condition. The firearm possessed by the subject was recovered on scene.
Naperville Police personnel or other persons were injured during this incident. The DuPage Major Crimes Task Force and State’s Attorney’s office were immediately notified and are conducting the investigation into this incident.
A father and son were arrested Sunday afternoon and charged with assaulting two Greensboro Police officers in the parking lot outside a strip mall. Police were responding to a disorderly subject call at Sabor Latino at 3738 Farmington Drive when they encountered 49-year-old Jamie Donaldo Reyes and his son, 22-year-old Ronald Esau Reyes.
Newly released footage from Roger's Stone surveillance camera shows FBI agents with guns drawn raiding the home of Trump's longtime ally.
Stone, 66, was arrested in an early morning raid of his Florida home on January 25 shown in footage obtained by Sinclair, and was indicted on several charges related to Robert Mueller's prob into Russian meddling during the 2016 presidential election.
The surveillance camera mounted above Stone's front door shows several agents in bullet proof vests, holding assault weapons and flashlights approaching the door right before 7am.
Moments later, Stone opens the door wearing a t-shirt that reads 'Roger Stone did nothing wrong' and is handcuffed and escorted out of his home barefoot.
This is the stomach churning moment a Pennsylvania law enforcement officer was seen dragging a teenage girl to the ground by her hair before seemingly pinning her to the road with his body weight.
In the minute-long clip from Wednesday afternoon after cops began banging on the windows of a car she was in with friend Khalil Harvin, the black woman can be heard telling the Philadelphia Police Department officer: 'Get the f**k off me.
When the cop responds 'No', Na-sha Lockett, 18, tells him: 'I'm about to spit on you.'
The white officer then fires back, 'Oh yeah?' and pulls her head first to an area behind the law enforcement vehicle that obstructs the view of the person filming.
On the way down he appears to kick her leg to make her fall. He decides on the action despite already having control of her arms behind her back in handcuffs.
No Audio - District Attorney Brad Smith has already cleared deputies of any wrongdoing in an officer-involved shooting the same day.
A Georgia District Attorney has already cleared deputies involved in a shooting on Tuesday after looking at existing evidence.
The GBI reported that the shooting happened on Parks Mill road between County Line Auburn Road and Country Living Lane.
"A Barrow County deputy on routine patrol attempted to stop a black pickup truck for failure to maintain its lane," GBI Special Agent-in-Charge Mike Ayers said.
But the driver refused to stop leading officers on a 16-mile low-speed chase between Barrow and Gwinnett counties.
Deputies ultimately used a Pursuit Intervention Technique (PIT) maneuver to bring the chase to an end with the truck ultimately crashing into a nearby woodline.
The preliminary investigation suggests that after the crash, someone fired shots from inside the truck and deputies then returned fire.
Two people in the truck were hit by the return fire and hospitalized. Though their condition hasn't been released officials believe their injuries were not life-threatening. The deputies involved in the shooting have returned to the sheriff's office for an interview with GBI agents.
The female officer had stopped a silver Cadillac near Miner Road and Ocean Parkway, a police report said.
The male driver jumped out of the car, had a brief conversation with the officer and then tried to leave in his vehicle, according to police.
The report said there was a struggle between the pair and the officer tried to use her Taser but it did not have the expected outcome.
The driver got in the Cadillac and ended up dragging the officer about 300 feet, police said.