Members of Eastside Crime Suppression Team and other units assisted Daytona Beach PD in apprehending a suspect who had open warrants for charges including trafficking in heroin and fentanyl and was considered armed and dangerous. Johnson was located and apprehended by K-9 Lasco after a search through the woods.
In Moldova, a detained drunk driver bit a policeman's hand and clenched his teeth on it for 8 minutes 45 seconds.
The incident occurred in the Hincesti district. The eyewitness, seeing the detention, recorded further events on the video: the man actively resisted the police, and at some point he grabbed his hands on one of the law enforcement officers.
For a long time, the policeman unsuccessfully tried to pull out his brush - he managed to do it after almost 10 minutes. Even tear gas did not help - the violator’s grip turned out to be a bulldog.
When the inspector managed to escape, the detained man, seizing the moment, ran away. As a result of the incident, the policeman had damaged ligaments on his hand, and he needed medical assistance.
It later turned out, as Point.md portal reports , that a few minutes before the events on the video, a drunken 25-year-old local resident who was driving the car was stopped by the police and got involved in a scuffle, refusing to undergo a medical examination.
After the escape, the intruder was found and detained for 72 hours. Now he faces criminal charges for assaulting an official.
Shocking footage shows the moment police arrest a man who beat up a train driver while completely naked.
During the clip, 33-year-old Stephen Owellen, from Pitcalm Road in Sunderland, can be seen angrily kicking and headbutting the train door at the Regent Centre Metro Station, in Gosforth, while police wait outside.
Police then open the train door and Owellen launches himself at officers - before he is wrestled to the floor and put in handcuffs.
Another clip showing Owellen stripping off before attacking the train driver was shown to North Tyneside Magistrates' Court.
However, he had put his clothes back on by the time officers arrived at the scene in the early hours of February 9, Chronicle Live reports.
Owellen claimed his drink was "spiked" that evening - insisting he had only had four pints.
Guy Forces Cop To Pick Up Cigarette Butt After Littering
On March 12, Brandon Stacey entered Grifols Biomat plasma donation center in downtown Kalamazoo, Michigan.
Stacey, an employee, went straight to the bathroom and when he exited, he fired a single shot from a handgun into the ceiling, telling workers to call the police. Kalamazoo Department of Public Safety Officers Brendan Westrick and Emily Weston entered the building.
Stacey raised his gun toward Westrick. Westrick and Stacey exchanged gunfire, Westrick fired 10 rounds at Stacey before he was hit twice in his bulletproof vest and once in the gun holster. After Westrick fell to the ground, Weston engaged the subject firing 13 rounds.
Stacey was pronounced dead at the scene. Officer Brendan Westrick was transported to the hospital were he was treated and released. Both officer Westrick and Weston were placed on paid administrative leave per department policy. On April 16, Kalamazoo County Prosecutor Jeff Getting cleared both officers for firing their weapons during the incident.
The San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s Office on Friday released video of a fatal January 2017 shooting of a Paso Robles man the county District Attorney’s Office found deemed lawful after the man pulled a replica BB gun during a traffic stop.
Deputies fired a total of 35 rounds during the incident, killing 24-year-old Josue Gallardo, who had been wanted on an outstanding warrant for alleged domestic violence.
A District Attorney’s Office investigation found that the shooting was justified, according to a report released by that office in February.
According to the report, Gallardo purchased the BB gun at a local Walmart six days prior. An autopsy found that Gallardo had a potentially toxic amount of cocaine in his blood at the time of death, and evidence uncovered later, including a note found in his trunk, showed he was suicidal, the office’s report states.
The Police Scotland Professional Standards Unit has been informed, and a 16-year-old boy was arrested for a breach of the peace and an outstanding warrant.
Body camera footage captured the moment a Florida sheriff's deputy deployed his taser just 10 seconds after arriving on the scene of an alleged assault.
The Orange County Sheriff's Office released video from the September 26, 2018 incident on Monday after an internal investigation concluded that Deputy Ayler Cruz did not adhere to the department's use of force policy.
Cruz was responding to a call about a possible aggravated battery at a home in Orlando when a man walked toward the officer as he stepped out of his patrol car with stun gun in hand.
He can be heard telling the man: 'You're going to get tased. I'll promise you that. Get on the f***ing ground.'
Right after the man asks: 'What am I getting on the ground for?' Cruz deploys the stun gun.
There was roughly ten seconds between when he got out of the vehicle and when he pulled the trigger, according to his body camera.
A northern Kentucky man is going to prison for 15 years after pointing a gun at officers in Erlanger, and body camera video from the arrest has been released.
Officers opened fire on Dexter Helton after serving a drug warrant. This happened outside the Peecox Bar off Donaldson Highway in April 2018.
Police say Helton ran out the back of the bar when they went in. They say Helton then pulled out a gun and pointed it at them, which is why they say they fired several shots, hitting him.
Helton survived and pleaded guilty on Monday to wanton endangerment and fleeing police.
Officer Wende Kerl shot and killed Danquirs Napoleon Franklin at a Burger King, police say Franklin was armed with a gun at the time of the shooting and refused to drop it when commanded to do so by police.
A Bellingham Police officer and a Whatcom County Sheriff’s deputy shot a California man who fired a crossbow at them near Arroyo Park last December. .
According to a news release from Bellingham PD, Bellingham officers responded to Arroyo Park, where people reported a man threatening them with a machete.
Officers arrived to investigate and called for a Whatcom County Sheriff’s Office K-9 to assist. As officers and the K-9 approached the suspect, police said he fired a crossbow directly at them.
A Bellingham officer and a Whatcom deputy returned fire, striking the suspect.
The suspect is a 46-year-old California man who was treated at the scene and then taken to a local hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. Although police released his name, Q13 does not typically name suspects until they are formally charged with a crime.
No residents or officers were injured during the exchange.
The officers involved in the shooting have been re-assigned per each agency’s policy.
Sporadic clashes with police marred Yellow Vests protests in Toulouse, the city chosen as the ‘capital’ of this week’s anti-government marches in France. Act 22 is the first since a controversial anti-rioting law took effect.
This Saturday marked the 22nd consecutive week of the 'Gilets Jaunes' movement as France once again saw anti-government protests, which were held in cities such as Lyon, Bordeaux, Marseilles, and Strasbourg. In the French capital of Paris alone, some 5,000 demonstrators took to the streets, according to the French Interior Ministry.
Officers opened fire in west London on Saturday morning during an incident involving a car that was colliding with vehicles. The Ukrainian embassy said its ambassador's vehicle was 'deliberately rammed'.
A Cathedral City police officer fatally shot a man who opened fire after killing a woman in a shopping center parking lot Sunday afternoon, investigators said.
The woman has been identified as Paola Minero, 23, of Desert Hot Springs. And, the man, who was shot and killed by police, was Roberto Tapia, 28, of La Quinta, according to the Riverside County coroner's office.
According to published reports, Tapia and Minero were the parents of three children and had been estranged.
The shootings occurred about 4:45 p.m. near Big 5 Sporting Goods at Date Palm Drive and McCallum Way, according to the Riverside County Sheriff's Department, which is investigating the case.
Roberto Tapia was apparently in the US illegally thanks to Riverside's sanctuary policy.
Roberto Tapia Criminal History:
June 2, 2009 – PC 12303 Possession of Destructive Device / Conviction / 36mos. Probation, 8 days jail December 26, 2012 – PC 69 Resist Officer w/ force / Conviction / 36 mos. Probation, 10 days jail March 11, 2014 – VC 23152 / DUI / Conviction / 36 mos. Probation, fine May 19, 2016 – PC 243(e)(1) / Spousal Battery / Conviction / 36 mos. Probation, 45 days jail *Condition of probation – Firearm Restriction November 30, 2016 – Probation Violation / Probation Reinstated / 9 days jail November 30, 2016 – PC 273.5 (F)(2) / Domestic Violence / Conviction PC 236 / False Imprisonment / Felony / Conviction / 36mos. Probation, 90 days jail
On February 26th around noon, officers from Central Division responded to a radio call of a man with a knife at a restaurant in the 300 block of 5th Street in downtown Los Angeles.
This Crazy O.J. Simpson 2.0 type chase ends in a shootout with 1 injured Sergeant and a deceased suspect. The suspect had a history of acting violently towards police, making suicide by cop threats in the past.
Disturbing body camera footage shows Albany, NY Police officers violently attack, beat, and arrest Black males after responding to a loud noise complaint. Luke Deer, a five-year veteran of the department, is now facing charges of assault and official misconduct and it's possible more officers will face disciplinary action. The three men that were arrested had all charges dropped.
An armed suspect who fired at Volusia County sheriff’s deputies was fatally wounded Thursday afternoon and a VCSO sergeant survived with a grazing gunshot wound to the head in a shooting that erupted near Interstate 4 after the suspect carjacked a woman at gunpoint in Deltona, led deputies on a pursuit to the DeLand area and appeared to be ready to carjack another innocent person. The initial carjacking was reported around 2:21 p.m. at a home on the 2500 block of Ludlow Street in Deltona, where the victim said a man got in her truck, pointed a gun at her, demanded her keys and then took off in the vehicle. Deputies attempted to stop the stolen truck in Deltona, but the suspect continued fleeing erratically. At one point, the suspect swerved at a deputy who deployed stop sticks on the truck. As he fled, the suspect appeared to be waving a handgun out the driver’s side window.
After several stop stick hits, with all four tires appearing to be deflated, the truck slowed to a crawl and came to a stop on State Road 44 in front of the Volusia County Fairgrounds. The suspect got out of the truck with the gun still in his hand and ran in the direction of several motorists who were stopped on the road next to him. A deputy drove his unmarked SUV in the suspect’s direction, preventing him from reaching another potential carjacking victim, and the suspect ran the other direction and opened fire at several other responding deputies. Deputies returned fire, striking the suspect several times. Still armed with the handgun, the suspect went into the woods, where deputies ultimately took him into custody, brought him out and performed first aid before he was transported to the hospital, where he was later pronounced dead.
The deceased is Phillip Thomas Marsh, 30 (DOB 12/7/1988), of Lake Helen. Marsh had been reported missing and suicidal earlier this week and at the time, it was noted he was known to act violently toward law enforcement and has made threats of “suicide by cop” and suicide by other means. The sergeant who received the graze wound to the head is Sgt. Thomas Dane, 54, who has been a VCSO deputy for 30 years (hire date in July 1988). Footage from Sgt. Dane’s body-worn camera indicates he was shot soon after emerging from his vehicle. His hat was found lying on the road with an entry hole next to the “SHERIFF’S K-9 UNIT” logo on the front, and an exit hole a few inches above that. He was treated and released from Halifax Health Medical Center in Daytona Beach.
In total, five deputies fired at Marsh. The exact number of shots fired is unconfirmed at this time. It’s believed Marsh fired multiple times. The Florida Department of Law Enforcement is conducting the official investigation into the shooting. Those who fired their weapons have been placed on administrative leave with pay, which is standard following a deputy-involved shooting. Sheriff Mike Chitwood, who was one of several units involved in the pursuit and was on scene during the shooting itself, commended the tactics and coordination of all involved. “Everything that they did was to try to prevent what happened – knowing that this was probably what was going to happen,” Chitwood said, adding: “I know tonight when I go home, I’ll be saying a prayer thanking the good Lord that Sgt. Dane will be back to work real soon.” The area of the incident was reopened to traffic around 8 p.m. Thursday.
An April 10 incident at Athens High School led to a lockdown and the arrest of a parent on charges of trespassing and assaulting a police officer. Good luck teaching in this dysfunctional zoo.
Three women are in police custody after a lengthy car chase with Florida Highway Patrol troopers that ended with a PIT maneuver and each suspect getting tased.
These Pasco County women said they were "air drying" when they were found naked at a rest stop. The Florida Highway Patrol said the women then turned dangerous, sparking a high-speed
On March 28, an LMPD officer shot at a suspect who used a van to evade multiple officers. That suspect, Daniel Allen, was found hiding in a home several hours later and taken into custody. Tuesday, 33-year-old Terry Davis Jr. allegedly shot a man several times in an apartment complex parking lot in Okolona.
When officers arrived, they demanded, multiple times over a period of almost 10 minutes, Davis to drop his weapon. Not only did he not obey those commands, but he also charged at two of the officers who had their guns pointed at him. Several minutes into one of the videos, Davis is seen charging toward those officers, at which point he was shot just feet away from several of them.
Davis was shot several times and taken to a hospital, where he was pronounced dead a short time later. “Both of these officers are on administrative reassignment as the Public Integrity Unit investigates this matter,” LMPD Chief Steve Conrad said.
RANCHO CUCAMONGA ,Calif. (KABC) -- A standoff suspect was taken into custody after SWAT officers smashed his car between two armored vehicles and deployed a flash-bang amid the tense barricade situation in Rancho Cucamonga Wednesday.
It all began when authorities tried to pull the suspect over, but the suspect failed to yield, San Bernardino County sheriff's officials said.
The driver refused to exit the vehicle, prompting the standoff situation. The special enforcement team and negotiators were on scene.
At some point, two armored vehicles smashed the suspect's car - trapping it from the front and back. What appeared to be bullet holes were seen on the side of the suspect's vehicle, but it was unclear who fired those rounds or if the suspect was injured.
SWAT officers deployed a flash-bang device, rushed the vehicle, opened the door and took the suspect into custody.
Hours after a standoff in Stockbridge ended with three bodies found inside a home, Henry County Police detailed the events that transpired over 17 hours.
Henry County Police Chief Mark Amerman said it all started with a 911 call and two officers going to a home in the Eagle Ridge subdivision in Stockbridge. After unsuccessful attempts to communicate with people inside, the officers, who were also on the SWAT team, went into the home with force.
At that point, shots were fired inside the home and both officers were struck. Chief Amerman identified the officers as Keegan Merritt and Taylor Webb. Merritt was shot in the hand while Webb was shot in the chest and hip.
A video shows Sugar Creek police officers break the driver side window of an SUV and open the door to pull out a man allegedly resisting arrest Monday. The chief of police in Sugar Creek said the officers acted appropriately. BY SUGAR CREEK POLICE DEPARTMENT
Video recorded by police and witnesses shows Sugar Creek police officers break the driver side window of an SUV and hit a man with a baton while arresting him Monday.
The video, which shows officers quickly pull the man out of the vehicle after a short pursuit, captures the end of an incident that began when the man went to City Hall to request information from a police officer’s personnel file, according to police.
Police said the man had previously been armed in encounters with officers and had identified himself as a “sovereign citizen,” meaning he would not recognize the authority of local, state and federal governments.
Sugar Creek Police Chief Chris Soule on Tuesday defended his officers’ actions, saying it was a split-second decision and “they did what they were trained to do.”
About 9:45 a.m. Monday officers responded to a reported disturbance at Sugar Creek City Hall at 103 South Sterling Avenue, according to a news release posted to the Sugar Creek Police Department’s Facebook page.
In the early evening on April 5th, one of our officers made a traffic stop on a vehicle he observed driving recklessly on Old Milton Pkwy. During the discussion with the driver, 24-year-old Dennis Aguirre of Alpharetta, our officer suspected there were illegal drugs in the car and that the driver may be impaired.
Due to Mr. Aguirre’s responses and behavior, he was ordered to get of his car and was in the process of being detained when he struggled with our officer, got back into his car, and attempted to drive off with the officer holding onto him. The officer was dragged several feet before he was able to turn the car off. Our officer’s arm was pinned inside of the car by the suspect, which is why he wasn’t able to let go and disengage from the suspect. Once stopped, Mr. Aguirre continued to fight with and attempt to run with our officer until he was tackled to the ground and taken into custody.
Both our officer and Mr. Aguirre had minor cuts and scratches from the incident. Mr. Aguirre was taken to North Fulton Regional Hospital for medical clearance before being put in jail for several charges including, Aggravated Assault on a Law Enforcement Officer, Trafficking Illegal Narcotics, Possession of Illegal Narcotics with Intent to Distribute, DUI, Reckless Driving, and other traffic charges.
Our officer was checked out by EMS and has returned to duty.
***This case is pending prosecution by the Fulton County District Attorney’s office; therefore, no other details can be released at this time. ***
The Weber County Attorney’s Office released the video Thursday after showing it to Bell’s parents earlier in the day. The three officers involved each wore body cameras during the March 23 incident and Chris Allred, the county attorney, said the video released was the most complete of the three versions. It was not edited, he said, though footage prior to the confrontation, as the officers looked for Bell’s apartment at the Harrisville complex, was not included in the video publicly released.
Lex Scott, who has pressed for release of the video and, as head of Black Lives Matter Utah, has blasted the March 23 police response as excessive, spoke to Bell’s parents after they saw the video. The man’s mother, who’s been advised by legal counsel not to publicly comment, “said it was very difficult to watch,” Scott said.
The suspect slammed a stolen pickup truck into police cruisers but was able to evade police and is still at large.
A police officer is seen on video crashing on a dirt-bike in Harlem, and now the NYPD has launched an internal review of the incident.
Body camera footage showing the fatal shooting of a 24-year-old woman by four San Jose police officers who mistook her for an attempted murder suspect has been released after the killing was ruled lawful.
The Santa Clara District Attorney's office on Friday cleared the officers of any legal wrongdoing over the death of Jennifer Vazquez last Christmas Day.
The 78-second clip was released alongside a 62-page document by Deputy District Attorney David Boyd, which concluded that police did not know and had no reason to suspect they had the wrong person.
'Under the facts…the use of deadly force…was a lawful response to an apparent armed fleeing felon who reasonably appeared to pose a great threat to public safety,' Boyd wrote.
Officers fired 40 rounds at Vasquez and her 28-year-old passenger Linda Carmona-Bruno after a nine-mile high-speed car chase that began just after 2am on December 25.
FREDONIA, N.Y. - Police were responding to a home on Liberty St. to assist firefighters with a medical-related call when Officer Nathan Scriven, a 15-year veteran of the police department, was attacked by a person with a knife while inside the home.
After the officer retreated to the street, he fired at the attacker, police say. That person died at the scene.
Officials announced on Friday that the person who was shot was under the influence of both cocaine and LSD at the time.
According to officials, police say the shooting victim had been struggling with the loss of a friend, and turned to drugs.
The person who allegedly sold him the LSD will be charged.
According to police, the last time a Fredonia police officer had to fire a weapon was 15 years prior to the incident.
Following the incident, Scriven was placed on administrative leave, but will not face charges related to the shooting.
Officials called his actions "lawful and appropriate."
HENRY COUNTY, Ga. - Henry County police have released chilling body camera footage of the moments officers entered a home on a "trouble unknown" call Thursday and the suspect began to fire at them.
Officers Keegan Merritt and Taylor Webb were both shot and are now recovering at Grady Memorial Hospital. Police said Merritt and Webb went to the home after family members reported seeing a woman unresponsive in the garage.
The shootings kicked-off a 17-hour-long standoff with the suspect. Police later found the gunman, a pregnant woman and her teenage son dead inside the home.
Sandra White, 39, and her son Arkeyvion, 16, were identified as the victims.
Police said the gunman, Anthony Bailey, died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
Merritt was shot in the hand and Webb was shot in the torso and hip, police said.