Mount Pleasant PD have released dashcam video showing a suspect steal a police car before crashing in a backyard. The suspect, Philip Sprouse was arrested last weekend but decided to ramp up his charges even more. He was subsequently taken to jail and faces serious charges including burglary, possession of a stolen vehicle, escape and grand larceny.
This is the hilarious moment a driver who'd been pulled over by cops after a 20-mile chase started DANCING on the motorway.
The video footage from Houston in Texas shows the motorist getting out of a car and facing the police who are armed.
At first the 25-year-old man, clad in a Donald Duck vest, shuffles over to the police before he is ordered to turn around and put his hands in the air.
But after being told to get on the ground, he instead starts to dance, with his arms waving and bum wiggling just yards in front of officers.
Indio Police have released bodycam footage showing a gas explosion graze a police officer in August. Officers had arrived on scene minutes earlier after a report of a gas odor coming from the residence. One officer received 2nd degree burns to his right arm following the explosion, but has since recovered.
After four officer-fired rounds rang out outside a Silverado Ranch-area convenience store Saturday evening, an armed man went down, and his wife, who he was in a physical struggle with him over his gun, exclaimed that she’d been hit. The bullet, shot by Officer David Nesheiwat, 33, went through Phillip Pitts’ arm and into her stomach, Clark County Assistant Sheriff Tom Roberts said Tuesday. As Pitts, 41, pressed the gun against the woman's stomach, Nesheiwat shot twice, knocking the suspect to the ground, Roberts said. While down, Pitts kept the gun pointed at the woman, prompting the officer to pull the trigger twice more. The unidentified woman underwent surgery and survived at University Medical Center, while Pitts died there moments after the shooting. This was the 21st shooting involving Metro officers this year, compared with seven during the same time last year, Roberts said. The shooting and dramatic moments that preceded it were captured on officer-worn cameras and broadcast Tuesday.
A concerned citizen called 911 at 5:34 p.m. to report that a man, who was possibly armed with a gun, was choking a woman outside the store, 780 Pyle Ave., near Pollock Drive, Roberts said. Surveillance video shows a physical struggle between the couple. An officer, who was not identified, arrives first. "What's going on?" he yells. "What's that in your hand? Drop your gun!" He then directs his attention to the woman, who is crying and screaming, "Step away from him. Step away. Step away from him now. Step away from her!" At some point during the wrestling for the gun, Pitts points the gun to his head and says he's going to shoot himself, Roberts said. The woman presumably pleads for him not to do it. "Sir, get on the ground! Put the gun down! Sir, put the gun down!" With his left hand, the officer motions the woman to come to him, while he points the gun at Pitts with his right. The officer, who takes cover between his cruiser and a civilian vehicle, pleads with Pitts to drop the gun, which goes ignored. About 35 seconds after the first officer drives up, Nesheiwat arrives and yells at Pitts to drop the gun, firing his gun about 10 seconds later.
Before firing their guns, officers are trained to weigh the backdrop of the scene and assess the danger to other officers and bystanders, Roberts said. “The intent is to save lives, not take lives ... and trying to neutralize the threat as best as you can.” Pitts did not fire his 9 mm gun, which had eight bullets in the magazine, one in the chamber, and had its safe off, Roberts said. Pitts goes down, and the woman holds her stomach, walks and sits on a curb, and announces, "I'm hit ... I got hit." An investigation determined that the bullet that struck the woman had gone through Pitts’ arm, Roberts said. The couple’s 10-year-old daughter had been trying to keep Pitts away from her mother sometime before police arrived, Roberts said. Pitts did not have a criminal history in Las Vegas but did have multiple arrests, mostly for misdemeanors, in Hawaii, his last in 2007, Roberts said. Nesheiwat, an 11-year Metro veteran, was placed on paid administrative leave while the investigation continues, per the agency's policy. The shooting was the 21st this year involving Metro Police and the 10th fatal officer-involved shooting. At the same time last year, police had investigated seven officer-involved shootings, three of them fatal.
A dramatic video appears to show the moment a hero cop disarms a knifeman who was holding a woman hostage - with a brutal martial arts move.
The clip has been widely shared in China, where police chiefs have praised the quick-thinking SWAT officer.
In mobile footage seemingly from the crime scene, a terrified woman is held captive by a man wielding a huge meat cleaver in a hotel lobby.
He is shown facing off with a group of officers holding riot shields.
It is not clear what his demands were, but the agitated man is seen holding the woman with his left arm and threatening cops with the blade.
A policewoman has been filmed punching a teenager repeatedly as he's pinned to a car by a group of officers, before warning his mother: "Get back or you're next."
Shocking mobile phone footage shows Aaron Kearney being held down while one cop is seen repeatedly hitting him in the face during an arrest.
The 18-year-old's mother is heard saying: "Are you punching my son?", to which the female officer brazenly responds: "I am."
When the mother approached again, shouting: "Why is she f***** my son up?", the female officer says: "Get back or you're next."
In the 45 second clip, taken during the arrest in Connecticut, Kearney is seen being punched at least 10 times.
Pleading with officers, the woman's voice is heard saying: "Look at this. You see this? This is a white boy."
Kearney repeatedly shouts to his mother "Record me, record me ma" as the ordeal continues.
Several officers have been placed on administrative duty following the violence, the Connecticut Post reports.
Kearney was taken to hospital, and may have suffered broken bones, according to a family friend.
Joe Grits told NBC: "I know his nose was bleeding bad. I don't know if there were broken bones, but it looked severe that day."
Grits said officers had been called by Kearney after a minor road crash, but said it escalated when police realised he was driving with a suspended license.
The teenager has been charged with breach of the peace and assault on a police officer.
The city's Office of Internal Affairs is investigating the incident.
Defending her actions, the female police officer, identified as Christina Arroyo, said, the Connecticut Post reports: “I feared for my safety as well as officers on scene that suspect was pulling away and actively resisting due to concealing a firearm.
"Due to these reasons I then struck (Aaron) Kearney multiple times in the face with both fists in an attempt for him to loosen his grip of his arms and bring them out from his body."
Following the qualification of Morocco for the World Cup, celebrations by some 300 football fans of Moroccan origin in the spot of choice for sporting events, the steps of the stock exchange in the center of Brussels, turned into riots.
Disturbances were reported in the City centre, Place de la Bourse, venue of the Christmas market under construction. Police say several cars were set on fire and shops looted.
Some 22 police officers were injured and riot police with water cannon were needed to disperse the mob. Calm was restored two hours after the violence erupted.
A banned driver led police on a 70mph car chase through narrow town centre streets as horrified pedestrians dodged out of his way.
Merseyside Roads Policing Unit released footage showing Danny Smith tearing through the streets of St Helens in a stolen car.
The dangerous driver was hurtling down roads at more than twice the speed limit before he crashed into a Mercedes.
Smith smirked as he was sentenced to 14 months in jail for the chase in the stolen Vauxhall Corsa.
Muslim migrant Moroccans continue to riot in the city of Paris after numerous demands were ignored. Muslim migrants from Morocco continue to demand things such as free housing, new cell phones, clothing, and other amenities even natural born citizens are denied.
A 27-year-old carjacking suspect was in custody evening after being shot with less-than-lethal rounds at the end of a pursuit in Long Beach, authorities said.
These are the dramatic moments real-life law enforcement looked more like a Hollywood film as police tracked a suspected truck thief in the US.
(No Sound). La Crescent police have released dashcam video showing an officer nearly get shot in the head during a traffic stop. The officer returned fire, as the suspect accelerates away. Suspects Wyatt Helfrich and William Walraff were eventually apprehended and are being charged
This year's Melbourne Cup Carnival will become historic for all the wrong reasons after racegoers were snapped being strapped into wheelchairs by ambulance officers and going to the toilet in the bushes.
There were also instances of serious PDA where couples didn't care who was watching as they gave sensual reenactments of mouth-to-mouth during the middle of festivities.
Many of the week's participants took short afternoon siestas on the lawn surrounded by discarded champagne flutes and others decided on more permanent sleeping arrangements after a few too many during the week-long carnival that included Derby Day, the Melbourne Cup, Oaks Day and Stakes Day.
Authorities were forced to reprimand some punters who took it upon themselves to make up the rules but for the most part racegoers relied on their friends to help them find the exit after each day.
Just as the antics were loud and boisterous, so too were the outfits donned by revellers.
Puerto Rican native Ramon Sosa shared a successful and what seemed like an ideal life with his beautiful wife Maria 'Lulu' Sosa.
This picture-perfect marriage was cut short in 2015 when the 50-year-old boxing coach received a call from a friend that shocked him.
His adorned wife was looking for a hitman to kill him. Upon receiving the news, the two friends set out to prove her devious plan and have her arrested.
This plan included faking his death, and surely enough, it worked.
The boxing coach recently released gruesome photos of his staged murder, which wouldn't have successfully happened without the help of FBI and Texas police officers.
Pueblo PD have released dashcam video showing an officer-involved shooting which took place last February. Authorities were trying to apprehend a driver in the early morning hours. He was uncooperative and tried to accelerate forward. At this moment an officer fired one shot, which fatally stuck the suspect. An investigation is currently underway.
A St. Louis man claims he was given a ticket Friday afternoon after he honked his horn at a St. Louis police officer who was stopped at a green light.
Computer programmer Scott Smith said he repeatedly honked at the unmarked police car before he was pulled over and later got in a heated exchange with the plainclothes officer.
If you wanted to see what happens when millions of Muslim migrants move into and European country, take a look at this video!
Watches these French policeman are attacked while trying to make an arrest of a Muslim lives inside of us so-called no go zone that is completely controlled by Muslims and forbids non-Muslims from entering.
This is exactly what the lying media refuses to show you that continue to call for more Muslim migrants to be brought to European nations.
Drunk and rowdy girl gets taken out of Miami University game.
A man suspected of being involved in a hit-and-run has been arrested after driving into a lake and attempting to swim away from police officers.
Bizarre dash cam footage captures the moment the allegedly drunk driver ploughs his vehicle into the water, before getting out and trying to make a break for it.
The man, named by local media as Daniel Basham, from Texas, drove his SUV into Lake Arlington after being chased through the streets by Arlington Police Department.
They had been flagged down by a witness who told them that a driver who was 'possibly impaired' had a hit a car several times.
This is the dramatic moment four police officers clung on to a suicidal man who had attempted to jump from a bridge onto a busy motorway.
Ohio cops Ryan Erney and Scott Wright were called out to break up a fight between two men in Columbus, but ended up saving a life.
When they arrived at the scene, officer Erney was flagged down by the caller who pointed out the man who had allegedly started the fight.
The cops were speaking to the suspect when he suddenly reached into his waistband and shouted“kill me!”.
The suspect was found to have warrants out for his arrest, including failure to register as a sex offender and probation violation and was taken into custody.
Posting the footage on Facebook, a Columbus Division of Police spokesman, wrote: "Patrol personnel are the first responders of the Division who serve and protect hundreds of thousands of people each day.
"Responding to citizens’ calls for service around the clock requires professionalism, dedication and perseverance.
"These officers demonstrated these traits and what it truly means to serve and protect. That's why these officers are today’s pride of CPD."
Footage of the rescue on Saturday, September 30, was posted online where many people applauded the officers for their bravery.
One viewer said: "Another tremendous and positive act."
Another added: "What a fantastic officer!"
This is the dramatic moment a hero Brit wearing a bodycam pulled an unconscious woman from a burning car while working as cop in USA.
Detective Chris Godby, 31 - who was born in Liverpool and raised in Great Sankey, Warrington - is one of the "officers of the month" with the Grand Prairie Police in Texas.
He has been recognised for his role in saving the woman's life after pulling her from the burning car with two colleagues.
Video footage of the incident shows the officers dragging the unconscious woman out through the window of the car to get her away from the flames.
Detective Godby, who moved to the US in 2007, will be honoured alongside his two colleagues, receiving "the lifesaving bar for their courageousness", according to the police force's Facebook page.
Woman Gets Her Butt Beat With A Baton At A Police Station!
Humberto Martinez, 32, died in July 2016 after being chased into his home in Pittsburg and placed in a neck hold with his family likening it to the death of Eric Garner
Thieves raiding a lorry travelling at 50mph were caught in the act by police as haulage company bosses watched on a live feed.
Cameras were set up in the back of the truck after PostNord suspected items were being stolen in transit.
It led to a sting organised with the police in Sweden after goods went missing regularly between Stockholm and Gothenberg.
The footage captured during the operation shows two men leap into the moving trailer from a car bonnet.
After rummaging through the crates and failing to find anything of interest - because they had been filled with empty boxes - police sprang into action.
A dad, high on drugs, held a knife to his daughter's throat during a horrifically tense stand off with police.
The child's mother can be heard screaming in the background of the footage as she begs the father to let her go.
The 28-year-old man, identified only by his first name Gerardo, is also distressed and shouts back at the police as they point their guns at him.
A policeman is seen in the footage aiming his gun at Gerardo and shouting: "Let her go, let her go!"
Eyewitnesses said that at one point he was holding a knife to the little girl's neck.
The incident took place in Aguascalientes, part of the Bajio region, which is regarded as being the safest and most prosperous part of Mexico.
Louisville,Kentucky police officers get aggressive with a 15 year old who was being combative in the school hallway.
Dramatic body-worn video has been released of the moment a man with two knives was Tasered by police.
Aron Tesfalem was ordered 10 times to drop his weapons by police armed with guns, before they decided to bring him to the ground with a Taser.
Staff in a residential tower block had called police and then locked themselves in an office, after Tesfalem reportedly stabbed his blades into a wooden reception desk.
This is the moment a suspect was arrested following the New York 'terror attack', which claimed the lives of eight people and injured more than a dozen. A picture shows a man, named in reports as 29-year-old Sayfullo Saipov, being pinned to the floor by two police officers. He was wearing a distinctive blue tracksuit top with a red stripe, which appears to match another video taken at the scene of the attack. Witnesses claim he was shouting 'Allahu Akbar' as he ploughed into victims on a cycle path in Manhattan, close to the 9/11 memorial site. The 29-year-old is accused of mounting a bike path in Lower Manhattan shortly before 3pm this afternoon hitting a number of cyclists and runners.
A knifeman armed with a 12-inch blade was shot dead after charging at police. He was spotted waving the weapon around in a public square before sprinting towards officers , who opened fire. Police descended on Freedom Square (Vabaduse väljak), in the Estonian capital city of Tallinn, after the knifeman was seen wandering around with the dangerous weapon. People initially backed away and avoided approaching the lone man, who had his trousers rolled up to his knees, in the near-empty public square. Officers were told the man hold stolen the knife from one of the many shops and restaurants that trade around the square. Police and the chief prosecutor are due to hold a press conference explaining the shooting in the next few hours. Vabaduse väljak is a large square to the south of the capital's famous Old Town. It is often used for military parades and music concerts.
Salt Lake District Attorney Sim Gill released graphic video of a man's unwavering attack on a police officer last month as he announced Wednesday that another officer coming to help was legally justified in shooting the man to stop him.
A video of a couple passed out in a car while a baby wearing a dirty nappy cries in the back has been shared by police to show the grim reality of the US opioid crisis. Shocked officers discovered Sean Gannon and Kimberly McCaffrey unconscious, and said the eight-month-old girl had not been fed for a long time. When her mother was roused, it quickly became clear that the infant's nappy was filled with fluid, and she was seen crying in the heartbreaking video. The clip, taken on a body camera, was posted on Facebook by the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office in Florida after the couple were discovered at 3.15am on Tuesday. A message alongside the video said kids are often the 'collateral damage' when adults take opioids.
A 10-year-old boy led police on a terrifying chase after stealing his mum's car and driving more than 50 miles. The unnamed youngster was spotted doing at least 90mph, with some reports saying he was initially being followed by his mum, driving another car in a desperate bid to get him to stop. Officers in Ohio, USA, received several 911 calls reporting the youngster behind the wheel and eight police cars joined the chase . After spikes were thrown across the three-lane motorway, the joyriding boy pulled off on to the grass running parallel to the road, but continued to drive. Dashcam footage shows a police car ramming into the boy's car and officers later dragging him out.