A man is in the Spokane County Jail, accused of attacking an officer, and his three missing children from Bremerton have been found safe.
Spokane Police say several officers were involved in a very violent confrontation Tuesday night, when they stopped 37-year-old Aaron Aamodt.
Officers say they first spotted him swerving, hitting a curb, and running a red light at Market and Wellesley, and pulled him over on Cook Street.
Once he stopped, officers say Aamodt got out of his car and confronted them, ignoring their commands to get back in his car.
Festival reveller accused of punching a security guard before hitting a teenage girl in the face with a glass bottle is charged after police are forced to use capsicum spray to subdue him – police presser.
The tense moment officers stormed a home with police dogs and arrested accused car thieves after a 300 kilometre pursuit has been captured on body camera.
Police allege the couple, allegedly armed with knives, led police on a wild chase before hiding in the Jamboree Heights home, in Brisbane, late on Saturday night.
The raid came shortly after the pair allegedly drove a stolen vehicle from the Fraser Coast to Brisbane, colliding into other cars as they drove, before attempting to hide from police by invading a property and threatening the owner with a knife.
University of North Texas police squad car camera footage shows an arrested student faking a seizure in the backseat of the car after an officer chokes him because he keeps slamming his head on the seat.
Armed Robbery Suspect Pulls A Gun On A Cop And Gets Shot For It!
Chase started in Garland, moved into Dallas where police ordered officers to back off. Suspect pulled over at 7Eleven and went into the store. Police, some in plain clothes, confronted him as he left.
The man was recording the police activity when he stepped over a imaginary line, prompting police to punch him and his wife.
A Milwaukee police officer who resigned as part of a deal to resolve criminal charges for kicking a handcuffed subject, and the colleagues accused of trying to cover for him, now face a federal civil right lawsuit over the 2017 incident.
Rafael Rosales had sped away from a traffic stop in Milwaukee and led police from several departments on a 20-minute chase before he was stopped in Franklin. After Rosales was already out of the car and handcuffed on the ground, Michael Gasser approached and kicked Rosales in the head so hard his nose broke and he later went into an epileptic seizure.
Eugene, OR - Investigators have released body camera footage that shows the struggle that left a parent dead outside Cascade Middle School earlier this month after the county district attorney determined officers were justified in using deadly force.
As police attempted to place Charlie Landeros under arrest after removing him from Cascade Middle School amidst a child custody dispute January 11, Landeros pulled a 9mm handgun from a hoster and pointed the weapon at Officer Steve Timm, investigators determined based on video evidence and witness statements.
As Officer Aaron Johns tried to take control of the gun, Landeros again pointed the gun at the school resource officer and fired two shots, investigators said.
As Johns called for help, Timm fired a shot that hit the pavement and went toward the parking lot, the investigation found.
"Officer Timm recognized that the situation was dangerous and needed to be controlled. Both were in fear of their own death or the death of other bystanders or students in the area," District Attorney Patty Perlow wrote. "Officer Johns said he knew that if he let go of Landeros’ hand in the struggle, they were going to be killed. Officer Timm fired one bullet directly at Charles Landeros, striking Landeros in the temple, which was the cause of death."
Redmond, PD took on a man on a skateboard. The suspect had previously jay-walked before being stopped here. The Redmond police officers claimed that his reaction to the arrest increased the aggressiveness of their response. Was justice really served that day? It looks more like the cops overreacted here.
This is the shocking moment a police officer was almost killed after being kicked into the path of an oncoming bus.
PC Lorraine McGinty was struck in the back of the head by Kersan Euell while PC John Collins fractured a rib during the routine check of a BMW.
Thug Kersan Euell claimed he was acting in self defence as the brave officers had "exceeded their authority" in trying to detain his pal Martin Payne.
The female officer, who is a mother, did not return to work for more than a month after being attacked by Euell and says she is now considering early retirement.
A video of the attack, filmed in Merton, south west London, shortly before 8pm on November 17 went viral after being posted on social media.
The Tallahassee Police Department has released body cam vision of a recent traffic stop, after alarming footage surfaced of a toddler exiting a vehicle with her hands held high after her parents were pulled over, and police officers appearing to train their guns on the little girl.
Chad Bom and James McMullen were pulled over and arrested as shoplifting suspects in a shoplifting incident in Tallahassee, Florida last week.
Their arrest was filmed by onlookers and showed the two-year-old girl walking towards officers who had taken cover behind a vehicle and had drawn their guns.
“He is holding the gun at the baby,” an onlooker is heard saying.
The video and commentary caused quite the stir on social media, prompting the City of Tallahassee Police Department to release a video on its Facebook page adding more context.
In the video, Tallahassee Police Chief Michael DeLeo walked viewers through police body cam footage that showed a different story.
As police raced to the robbery suspect, Boyd put his hands in the air, then lowered himself with his face toward the ground, hands outstretched on the turf in front of him. Just then, an officer ran up to him and kicked at Boyd’s face. That was followed by other officers pummeling him as he kept his hands up trying to protect himself.
Student given £1,000,000 after being arrested for 'stealing his own car'.
Shocking body-cam footage captured the moment a robber hurled slates at police officers and set fire to his TROUSERS during an hour-long rooftop standoff. Sam Nicholas Allan, 30, was caught on camera bizarrely waving his flaming trousers around his head while laughing after he had robbed a pub on February 4 last year.
He escaped onto the roof of a newsagents after he had struck at The Mill Tavern, in Flint, North Wales, as police were called to the scene at around 12.40am. Body-cam footage shows him standing bare-chested in the freezing cold throwing roof slates at a group of ten officers.
He then took off his trousers, set them alight and started waving them around while shouting “watch what happens now” - before finally being arrested.
Bradford County Sheriff's Deputies Justin Hanson and Sgt. Russell Gordon respond to a disturbance call in the morning of October 7th, 2018 at Northwest 216th Street, also known as Crawford Road.
Dispatchers tell the deputies a man with a history of mental illness has not been taking his medications and that he is throwing items out of his residence.
The subject of the call is Anthony Hodges.
As the deputies pull into the driveway, they see a Bradford School District bus parked to the west of the driveway. They also note the location in, to the southeast of the driveway, around 125 yards across an open field.
Family members talk to Hanson and Gordon about Hodges and inform them that he has an AR-15 assault weapon in the shed. The officers make contact with Hodges via mobile phone and attempt to persuade him to meet with them in person. The deputies tell Hodges they want to help him. Hodges tells the deputies he does not want them on the property.
Initially, Hodges starts to walk toward the officers unarmed, with his mobile phone. He then turns back, shouts an obscenity at the officers, throws the phone onto the ground and returns to the shed. Hodges emerges from the shed with the assault weapon. Gordon orders Hanson to take cover and Hodges opens fire on Gordon’s patrol vehicle. The two officers retreat behind the school bus, which offers better protection.
Once behind the bus, Hanson and Gordon momentarily lose sight of Hodges. Hanson looks under the bus and sees Hodges walking around the front of the bus toward them. The two officers run around the rear of the bus toward Hanson’s patrol vehicle. Hodges emerges from the front of the bus. Hanson stumbles while running toward his patrol car. From a sitting position, Hanson fires rounds and hears Hodges “I got pain.” Hodges drops the weapon, turns, then falls to the ground. Gordon and Hanson then move toward Hodges.
Previous sequence from Hanson’s patrol car dash cam: When Hanson stumbles, he is left unprotected as Hodges comes around the bus. In a telephone interview, Hanson recalled thinking: “This is where I die.”
However, Hodges is focused on Gordon, positioned behind Hanson’s vehicle. Recalled Hanson: “I saw him point the gun at sarge.” Hanson fires rounds and hears Hodges yell and fall.
Hanson finds a single gunshot wound to Hodges’s abdomen. He and Gordon administer first aid until Bradford EMS arrives on scene. A second wound is later found in Hodges’s elbow. Hodges later dies.
In November, a grand jury ruled Hodges’s death justifiable homicide.
People are trashing the cops for this, but the cops were just doing their job in taking down some armed shop lifters. Her POS criminal parents obviously made her fear the police.The police officers on the scene defend their actions as the Tallahassee Police Department investigates the incident.
Tensions between Celtic and Airdrie fans boiled over into a brawl outside Parkhead.
The Hoops won 3-0 against the League 1 side in the Scottish Cup fourth-round tie, but unsavoury scenes before kick-off saw bottles being thrown from one set of fans to the other.
Police can be seen trying to disperse the crowd in Glasgow’s east end, as shouting can be heard among the pushing and shoving.
Bottles can also be heard smashing on the ground as a mounted division moves to control the fracas, reports the Daily Record.
A high-speed pursuit east of Los Angeles came to an end when the car was sandwiched between a box truck and guardrail on an exit ramp. It was not immediately clear what led to the pursuit. The driver of the Honda Accord coupe and a passenger were on the westbound 60 Freeway in the Hacienda Heights area.They exited in the South El Monte area, where the driver tried to squeeze past the box truck on its right. The car's driver side door panel was ripped off when it became lodged between the truck and guardrail. The driver and passenger were were taken into custody by sheriff's deputies.
This lady arrived at her residence and noted that there were police searching inside her house. When she began recording one officer approached her car and stated they were looking for a person to give a restraining order to. She was upset and questioned them why they broke into her house without permission.
Irving Police released video Wednesday of two police motorcycles crashing on each other after the officers pulled out to stop two different traffic violators.
A 14-year-old boy holding an airsoft gun was fatally shot by a Tempe, Arizona, police officer on Tuesday.
Officers responding to a call about a suspicious vehicle discovered a person "who was in the process of burglarizing the vehicle" just after 2:30 p.m. MST (4:30 p.m. ET) Tuesday, according to a statement from the Tempe Police Department.
On March 10, 2018, around 3:30 a.m., Chattanooga police officer Benjamin Piazza pulled Fredrico Wolfe over for speeding, saw the 37-year-old toss a bag of drugs out of his passenger side window and ordered him out of the car at gunpoint.
Though dash camera footage obtained by the Times Free Press shows Wolfe getting out with his hands raised and then putting them on the hood of his vehicle,
Piazza said the 37-year-old was actively resisting and punched him about 10 times. Wolfe later admitted to smoking marijuana earlier in the night but told Piazza that he followed his orders and didn’t deserve the punching.
His charges of resisting arrest, drug possession and tampering with evidence were sent on Wednesday, Jan. 16, 2019, to a Hamilton County grand jury. He is now being represented by Chattanooga attorney Robin Flores.
Parma, OH - A frenetic chain of events unfolded in Parma on Tuesday night when an officer and a vigilante converged on a suspect’s car, leading to a shooting and police chase.
According to Parma Police, an officer pulled over a suspect, Shon Burton, 22, of Cleveland at Snowville Shopping Center for driving erratically and running a red light.
As Burton came to a stop, the vigilante, a concealed carry gun owner, driving a Jeep blocked the suspect’s car in an attempt to help the officer.
The suspect rammed the Jeep and nearly hit the officer, leading the gun owner to open fire on Burton. Burton fled, later crashed his car at Brookpark and Tiedeman Roads, and was caught and arrested at a nearby Sam’s Club.
Officers discovered a loaded sawed-off shotgun in the area of where the Burton crashed. The concerned citizen, who shot at Burton, was not charged.
He told police he feared for his life, and the officer’s, which prompted him to open fire as his Jeep was being rammed.
A video of police shooting a gun-wielding man as he sat in a taxi after a tense standoff has today been released.
Sam Houlihan, 24, was cornered by police after he was spotted wandering around holding a gun by terrified pedestrians in Bishop Auckland, County Durham.
Officers screamed to Houlihan to 'keep you hands where we can see them' and 'put it down, you're going to be shot' before opening fire when he ignored their commands.
A visibly petrified taxi driver, who was holding his hands in the air, was forced to open the door of his vehicle and desperately flee seconds before Houlihan was shot.
An armed man who led police in Pueblo on a cross-city chase following a domestic dispute early last year was shot over 30 times by eight officers who responded to the scene, according to a final report on the shooting released Thursday by the 10th Judicial District Critical Incident Team.
In the 25-second clip, you can hear gunshots and yelling from officers when they confronted the suspect – who at that point had brandished a gun and fired multiple shots at officers.
Police in China were alerted to an incident where a Golden Retriever dog had gone crazy biting its owner. When police arrived they chased the dog into an alley and shot it six times - killing it on the spot.
A woman was pulled from a burning truck after she was hit during an overnight police chase.
The crash happened Wednesday around 11 p.m. on southbound Denton Highway near West Loop 820 in Haltom City.
Police said the woman was trying to pull her Dodge pickup truck into a parking lot when a man in a Honda Accord slammed into her traveling about 90 miles per hour.
Apparently, Haltom City officers had spotted the man driving erratically earlier. They tried to stop him but he sped off northbound on Denton Highway.
Haltom City police said the officers ended the chase when they lost sight of the suspect. But as they turned around they came across the same Honda Accord going southbound on Denton Highway.
Again the officers tried to pull the suspect over and again he sped off. After he crossed West Loop 820, he slammed into the woman’s pickup truck, sending it spinning across the center median and causing it to burst into flames.
Officers were able to pull the woman from the wreckage before she suffered any burns. She had no obvious injuries but was taken to the hospital for a possible head injury.
This Is What Happens When You Taunt Cops In Brazil
A gang is on Facebook live showing off guns then gets really nervous because police pulls them over.....OOOOHHH....