Police in St. Paul released body camera footage Friday that shows a man was armed with a gun before officers shot and killed him during an early morning confrontation.
Hero cop rescues three year old left in hot car overnight in Florida.
Police have issued an apology after football fans were pepper-sprayed by officers during Saturday's clash with Stoke and Preston North End.
Visiting supporters, including children, were sprayed by police during the half-time interval on the away concourse at Deepdale, reports the Stoke Sentinel.
It has been suggested that some fans had been trying to leave the stadium to have a cigarette.
Lancashire Police are to launch an investigation into the incident and Football Supporters Federation case worker Amanda Jacks will attend a de-brief on Tuesday.
A policeman desperately held on to the front grill of a lorry after its driver refused to stop for inspection and drove off with him clinging to the front.
The officer can be seen raising his legs off the ground in order to avoid being sucked under the vehicle and run over.
The shocking footage was caught on camera in the east Chinese city of Shaoxing.
The suspect, identified only by his surname Wang, had been flagged down by officers.
The police later revealed they had spotted a suspect fake licence number on the lorry, and their suspicions appeared to be confirmed when Wang refused to pull over and drove through their blockade.
People who cheered and laughed as a suspect escaped from police after a struggle in the street have been criticised by a senior officer.
Two police officers needed hospital treatment after the incident in Newham, east London, which was filmed by bystanders and shared widely on social media.
In video footage posted online, bystanders can be heard cheering on the escaping suspect and laughing as police officers struggle to detain him.
Superintendent Roy Smith said on Twitter: "It's a sad state of affairs."
He added: "So disappointing to see members of the public filming this and laughing at the officers.
The moment the driver of a stolen car crashed through barriers on the M6 Toll in a high speed police chase has been caught on CCTV .
Mandeep Barhey reached speeds of 155mph in the stolen Audi A5 as he tried to avoid being caught by traffic police.
The 30-year-old, from Rugby in Warwickshire, ploughed through the toll barrier at 80mph as he tried to escape, but was caught later after crashing the car.
The Coventry Telegraph reported that officers from the Central Motorway Police Group spotted Barhey in the stolen car near junction 13 of the M6 on October 10 last year. The car had been stolen from a driveway in Leicestershire on August 23.
he Civilian Office of Police Accountability has released raw video footage of the fatal police shooting of Harith Augustus on July 14 in the city's South Shore neighborhood. Augustus, 37, was approached in the 2000-block of 71st Street by police who suspected he was carrying a firearm. The Chicago Police Department released a portion of one officer's body camera video of the incident, which ended with an officer shooting and killing Augustus. Augustus' stepfather was the only member of his family present, along with the attorney, at that viewing. The family's attorney spoke afterward. "It showed the police officers were there, they saw a young man coming and they start chasing for him for no obvious reason that we're aware of, and we'll keep looking into that as the lawyers in the case," said Standish Willis, attorney.
Willis said they only saw surveillance video from near the scene. It was not immediately clear why they were not shown body cam video. In the days following the shooting, Chicago police released one piece of body cam footage that showed the deadly encounter. But the video had no audio and raised a number of questions. "I think as long as Rahm Emanuel is the mayor of this city we'll never have true transparency," said community organizer Will Calloway. "And if the city can selectively release edited video when it wants to within two days, it ought to be doing that for all videos in all instances," said Matt Topic, Loevy & Loevy. Days of protests followed the shooting. There were clashes between police and protesters and calls for COPA to release all available video
If you're curious just how these African migrants see the Western nations that are welcoming them with open arms, they see it as a free handout. Take for example these African migrants in France that are demanding to be able to ride the train for free because of so-called colonization that happened over a century ago.
A cop was injured when he was run over while chasing a suspect - by his OWN van.
The officer had to have hospital treatment for leg injuries after the accident in Manchester.
Footage shows the van pulling up at a junction, where the cop jumps out and starts to pursue a man standing on the pavement.
The Greater Manchester Police van follows, and the officer on foot is hit, the Manchester Evening News reports.
Detectives said it showed how officers ‘put themselves in difficult situations to keep our streets safe on a daily basis’.
We’ve seen this story before. Under a hundred Trump supporters (only under thirty white supremacists) show up to demonstrate. Thousands and thousands of ANTIFA show up to attack them, the cops, and the press. Yet ANTIFA gets treated as the sympathetic figure. Portland Police Chief Danielle Outlaw wants to know why.
Side note, Police Chief Outlaw? Best. Name. Ever!
Where’s the accountability for the people who come with the intent to harm, destroy, tear things up, and to actually come and physically fight other people? And then we are called to break it up and say “we don’t want anything to happen. And if one side gets the shorter end of the stick for whatever reason, then [the police] are accused of not protecting one side or another.
The El Dorado County Sheriff’s Office released dashcam footage of deputies responding to a bear trapped in the back of a car parked in the driveway of a South Lake Tahoe resident, Sac Bee reports. Officers used nonlethal “beanbag” rounds to break the rear window, freeing the bear from the car.
A York-Poquoson Sheriff’s Office deputy is being lauded for his quick thinking after keeping a man from possibly jumping from an overpass near Busch Gardens.
Deputy James Robinson responded to the overpass over U.S. 60 about 7:35 p.m. Tuesday after the sheriff’s office received a report of a man in crisis. Once on the scene, Robinson started trying to bond with the man, asking him repeatedly if he was OK.
If you are curious just how pathetic these Antifa terrorists are watch them attempt to attack this elderly couple simply because they had an American flag and a Donald Trump T-shirt on.
Nashville police are looking for a man who allegedly shot a youth football coach over the weekend during a dispute at a game.
The 42-year-old coach was shot twice in his right leg Saturday night at Antioch High School. Police said that he was recovering.
Police said the coach had broken up a fight between players on his team and the opposing team. The coach reportedly told police the suspect approached him angry about the fight.
The suspect asked the coach to meet him under the bleachers. Once there, the coach said the man pulled a pistol and began shooting.
30-year-old parolee Eric Caruthers Jr. was identified by police as the man who shot a youth football coach Saturday evening at Antioch High School.
Police have issued an aggravated assault warrant for Caruthers.
Former Tuscon, Arizona police officer Brandon Tatum applauded Kanye West's recent appearance on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" during which West stood by his support for President Trump.
The iconic rapper was a guest on the ABC show Thursday and said that he won't be bullied by liberals.
"Liberals can't bully me, news can't bully me, the hip-hop community, they can't bully me," he said. "At that point, if I'm afraid to be me, I'm no longer Ye."
West has been a vocal supporter of President Trump and has been a recipient of backlash because of it.
Tatum praised West on "Fox & Friends" for not backing away from his Trump support.
"Kanye West is speaking to the subconscious heart of Americans," he said. "He's speaking about what God wants for us."
A herd of 16 cows helped police officers in Florida corral a fleeing suspect who ran through their pasture on Sunday night.
A Seminole County Sheriff's helicopter captured the chase on a night-vision camera as the crew gave play-by-play to officers on the ground chasing the female suspect, local NBC affiliate WPTZ reported.
"If you see a large group of cows, they're literally following her and chasing her," a crew member can be heard telling Sanford Police Department officers on the ground.
This shocking video shows the moment a drunken joyrider flips his partner's car onto its roof during a heart-stopping police chase.
Darren Lee, 43, had been drinking at a family party in July this year when he took his former girlfriend's car out for a joyride.
Police caught up with him a few minutes later on the A1, but the boozed-up driver refused to pull over and a pursuit at speeds of up to 85mph followed.
Lee can be seen swerving erratically across the A1 dual carriageway in the Vauxhall Tigra while flanked by two police cars - ramming one of them as he tries to escape.
However Lee's rampage comes to an end when his car is nudged by a police vehicle, causing him to lose control and career across the road into a barrier.
Dramatic footage shows the moment armed police pulled a driver out of a car after it smashed into security barriers outside parliament and injured pedestrians.
Officers swooped on the scene and pulled the male driver out of the car at gunpoint.
Footage shows police surrounding the vehicle with one officer aiming his firearm inside the driver's window.
Police surround the man as officers run to and fro in the chaotic scene.
The Met Police confirmed a number of pedestrians had been injured in the incident which has put the Palace of Westminster and the surrounding area on lockdown.
Bodycam footage shows police racing to evacuate 60 cats and dogs from Californian wildfire
Shorty's Car Randomly Got Shot Up In New Orleans With Her Man And Baby Inside!
A Motorcycle rider kicks a police force officer in Bucharest, Friday.
After chasing a girl in the square, this brave man gives a helping hand.
A suspect fleeing from an allegedly stolen car attempted to escape authorities by running through a field. But a nearby cow herd was not going to let the intruder escape justice. The herd chased the suspect to a dirt road, where she was apprehended.
Cop shoots a guy with pepperball gun
The Democratic congressional candidate who was found guilty this week of DUI challenged the officers who stopped him to a fight, demanded samples of his blood be sent to the headquarters of the CIA and told officers he prayed that God would curse Whitfield County, dash cam footage of his arrest shows.
In nearly two hours of video and related audio recordings documenting Steven Lamar Foster’s arrest, the trip to Hamilton Medical Center for blood tests and his booking into the Whitfield County jail, Foster at times speaks to the officers in Spanish, blames Gulf War Syndrome on the use of uranium in weapons in the First Gulf War and tells the story of putting a Central American man’s head on a spike.
Foster, of Dalton, is running against Republican incumbent Tom Graves of Ranger for the 14th Congressional District seat. Foster was arrested for DUI, a misdemeanor, by the Dalton Police Department on Sept. 23, 2017. He was found guilty by a jury on Monday after 15 minutes of deliberation and is in the Whitfield County jail. Sentencing before Judge Cindy Morris is set for Tuesday.
“I hope you got s---loads of audio because I want a copy of it on a FOIA,” Foster said to the officers. “You know what that is? That’s a Freedom of Information Act.”
The footage was obtained by the Daily Citizen-News through an open records request to the Dalton Police Department.
According to District Attorney Bert Poston, tests by the state crime lab on the blood drawn from Foster indicated a .107 blood alcohol content level. The legal limit in Georgia is .08, and at the scene of the stop, deputies recorded a breathalyzer reading of .103.
State Police have released dramatic dashcam video of the shootout on Route 33 that seriously injured Pennsylvania State Trooper Seth Kelly in 2017.
The suspect Daniel Clary was convicted of attempted murder in May. In November 2017, State Trooper Ryan Seiple made what was supposed to be a routine traffic stop on Route 33 in Plainfield Township, Northampton County.
Dashcam video shows Clary getting a ticket for speeding, but as the trooper begins to pull away, Clary flags him down again.
Trooper Sieple called for backup and the video shows Sieple and Trooper Seth Kelly putting Clary through a sobriety test.
The video shows Clary unstable on his feet during several tests. When the troopers try to arrest Clary, he resists and they wrestle him to the ground. Clary attempts to fight back.
At one point, the fight spills out onto the road with traffic driving by. Police tried to use a taser on Clary but he gets up and reaches into the driver's side window of his car.
The video shows Clary firing the gun multiple times at both Trooper Sieple and Trooper Clary. Both officers return fire and Clary drives away. Posted by Abdul
Elizabeth Lauren Cutshaw’s night of celebrations came to and end when she ran through a stop sign and
This Muslim man was threatening Indian police with terrorist attacks if they refuse to allow Muslims to build a mosque in the area, Indian police responded accordingly.
The cops had arrested a guy and took his bike. As they were taking it one the cops decided to take the bike and try to ride it to the precinct. He started riding it and gave it the whiskey throttle. The bike went up and the cop fell on his face. He was super embarrassed and ended up going to the hospital.
Summerville police have released dash cam footage of a man trying to drive a motorized shopping cart home from Walmart.