Officers were dispatched to a residence on the 100 block of Mansion Street around 6:30 p.m. after a 911 call from a different location, according to a press release from the Jackson Police Department.
When officers arrived, they heard a man and woman screaming from inside the residence. One officer then saw through a window the man holding the woman in a headlock. Officers then entered the residence and saw the man wielding a knife and allegedly holding the woman hostage, according to the release.
One officer shot the suspect in the neck, allowing the woman, later identified as his mother, to get away. She had a stab wound on her back believed to be caused by the suspect. Both were treated at Henry Ford Allegiance Health.
Police identify the man as a 29-year-old parole absconder from Jackson.
The Jackson officer who shot the suspect was on administrative leave pending the outcome of the investigation.
In a statement released March 12, Jackson County Prosecutor Jerry Jarzynka ruled the shooting was justified.
New surveillance videos show two Chicago police officers getting into violent encounter with a Marshall High School student. It occurred on February and the student's attorney filed an amended lawsuit.
A recently released surveillance camera video shows how a veteran protected a new recruit from a grenade explosion during a training session. The incident occurred on December 12, 2018 in Linfen City of north China's Shanxi Province when the new recruit accidentally dropped a live grenade by his feet after pulling the pin. The veteran quickly pulled him down and covered him before the grenade exploded.
Tukwila police release video of power poles falling onto car, barely missing cyclist
Two people were discharged from the hospital late Friday after 24 power poles came crashing down Friday on East Marginal Way, with at least one plunging into their car and trapping them in a tangle of wood and live wires for more than an hour.
Crews had to deactivate the lines as they worked their way in to rescue the two people, who were pulled out around 5:15 p.m. Somehow, despite the dangerous spectacle, neither suffered life-threatening injuries. They were quickly said to be in satisfactory condition at Harborview Medical Center and later released, according to hospital spokeswoman Susan Gregg.
For reasons that were not clear Friday, the poles fell shortly before 4 p.m. at East Marginal Way South and South 94th Place in front of the Museum of Flight, according to a tweet from Tukwila police. Seattle City Light spokesman Tony White said the two dozen poles came down in “an apparent domino effect.”
Seattle City Light wasn’t sure what brought the poles down and was working Friday to get surveillance footage from nearby to offer clues, White said. He said one witness described seeing lightning strike a pole before it fell, but meteorologists at the National Weather Service in Seattle said there were no lightning strikes in Western Washington on Friday.
Recently, Mr. Li from Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province went to the gas station early in the morning to refuel his car, but he was sprayed with a fire extinguisher in the car. And all this, just because he is a move - smoking! In the end, Mr. Li was also detained by the police for three days for smoking in places with fire and explosion hazards.
A California man is lucky to be alive after a car came crashing through his gym during a workout. Just before 6 a.m., a Mercedes SUV came crashing through the gym in Culver City as Samuel Kiwasz was running on the treadmill.
The 67-year-old retired teacher was thrown to the ground covered in broken glass. The gym's manager rushed to rescue his client. "I got thrown back and I could see the treadmill coming at me and I was afraid of being crushed," Kiwasz told Inside Edition.
This is the moment a brazen thief cons her victim by asking for directions before snatching her gold necklace as she pretends to hug her.
Footage shows a young woman - travelling as a passenger in a dark Mazda saloon - approach the victim in a quiet street in Ealing, west London.
After speaking to her through the car window, the thief gets out and puts her arms around the woman's neck to restrain her before swiping the jewellery in broad daylight and escaping in the car - MyLondon reports.
A well-known YouTube prankster from Sarasota is behind bars after his latest joke.
Charles Ross, 25, was arrested Wednesday after deputies say he impersonated a police officer and scared a young mother.
Deputies say Ross approached the woman carrying two children in a Walmart parking lot and attempted to ticket her for false traffic charges. Ross was wearing a full law enforcement uniform and had a baton on his belt at the time, the sheriff's office says.
Deputies posted surveillance video of the prank on their Facebook page. The sheriff is expected to release more information Friday morning.
Ross is well-known both in Sarasota and around the country for his Ross Creations YouTube page. Several of his pranks have gone wildly , including one of him sneaking hot dogs into customers' pockets in a grocery store.
Two Chicago police officers were hospitalized after their SUV was struck by a vehicle that ran a red light early Friday morning in Roscoe Village.
Surveillance video from Belmont and Ashland shows the police cruiser proceeding east through the intersection around 1:30 a.m. after the light turns green. As the police officers cross Ashland, the Honda comes barrelling southbound through the intersection and slams into the police SUV.
The impact forced the police cruiser into a Ford Fiesta that was also traveling eastbound on Belmont.
The officers were taken to the hospital in stable condition.
The 28-year-old female driver of the Ford Fiesta refused medical treatment at the scene. The 23-year-old driver of the Honda was taken to Northwestern Memorial Hospital for observation, police said.
Alcohol may have been a factor in the crash. Police are investigating.