The injured officer and suspect were transported to AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center, City Campus. The suspect was pronounced dead at the hospital's trauma center.
Protests turned violent as activists were taken into custody on the streets of Philadelphia on Tuesday as they were calling for the abolishment of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. The protests are taking place in front of the ICE office on 8th and Cherry Streets in Center City.
Protesters have been out since Monday afternoon. An organizer says they have donations of cold water and food coming in constantly because the goal is to be out here in front of ICE’s office indefinitely until certain demands are met.
On a national level, they are calling for an end to mass deportations and to abolish ICE. This is a new movement that has sprung up saying the agency has gone rogue and needs to be replaced. There is growing support in Congress for this and also growing criticism.
The LAPD arrested a Democratic Los Angeles councilman on Monday after he and other demonstrators blocked the entrances to a downtown Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) detention center for about an hour.
Dramatic footage showed Mike Bonin, a fierce critic of President Trump, being led away in plastic zip-tie handcuffs shortly before noon, after police informed protesters they were engaged in an unlawful assembly.
Images and videos posted to social media showed dozens of demonstrators waving signs and chanting slogans, with several blocking access to the detention center’s driveways and entryways.
Eighteen protesters were arrested in total, according to local reports. Bonin’s office acknowledged that the councilman had blocked the entrances to the ICE facility, and said that those arrested by the LAPD, including a local rabbi, were released shortly after they were booked.
Spectacular helicopter jailbreak leaves notorious French gangster at large...again.
This shocking footage shows a hooded thief robbing thousands of pounds from a Ladbrokes employee.
The 18-year-old woman was on her way to lodge the bookie's earnings in the Post Office when she was set upon by the thug.
Dash-cam footage captured by a passing driver shows a man in a white hoodie snatching the money before fleeing the scene.
The video was released by Hertfordshire Police on Monday as they appealed for information on the theft that took place in Hatfield, Herts.
Police are also appealing for information about a second man who threatened the teenager before they made off with the shop's takings.
A father-of-three has been seriously injured after a car travelling at 60mph rammed into him and sent him flying as he celebrated his country’s stunning victory in the World Cup.
Gennady Nazdrachyov was part of a group who had taken over a street for late night kick around and party in Kopeisk - two time zones east of Moscow - after Russia's historic win against Spain.
Other cars had slowed and gone around the revellers, who included 26-year-old Nazdrachyov, while many drivers had also stopped to join in the celebration.
But a video has caught the shocking moment a silver Hyundai was driven at speed towards the group, striking Nazdrachyov as he went across the road to retrieve a football.
“It was going more than 90 kilometres per hour,” said Nikolai who filmed the scene.
It happened amid scenes of wild celebrations in the streets of Voronezh following Russia’s shock World Cup win over Spain.
The over-excited fan can be seen jumping up and down on the roof of a police vehicle after the result.
keeping it real, all the way to the paddy wagon.
A well known Toronto Rapper Smoke Dawg has been shot in the busy Entertainment district in Toronto.
Two victims were immediately located and rushed to a trauma centre, police said. The third victim was found some distance away from the scene of the shooting a short time later and was also rushed to hospital.
Toronto Paramedic Services said two males – one in his 20s and another of uncertain age – were taken to hospital with critical injuries, while a woman believed to be in her 30s was taken to hospital with serious, but non-life-threatening injuries.
17 Year Old Wants His Mom But Gets Tasered By Cops
Summerville, SC - Authorities have released dash cam video of a man driving down a road with a Summerville police officer hanging to the side of the vehicle.
According to Summerville police, 57-year-old Timothy Sledziona of Summerville was attempting to flee from the traffic stop on Wednesday at the Gahagan subdivision when the incident occurred.
Sledziona was charged with assault and battery of a high and aggravated nature.
In the video, the officer can be heard talking with Sledziona when the driver suddenly drives off as the officer clings on to the side of the car. The driver can be heard asking the officer what he did wrong, and saying that he stopped at a stop sign.
The officer told the driver that he did come to a complete stop, however the officer says the driver had already passed the stopped sign when he did so.
According to the officer, Sledziona had stopped at the center of the intersection.
When the officer asks the driver for his driver's license and insurance, Sledziona says something to the officer and drives off.
The officer then jumps onto the side of the car and tells Sledziona to stop,"Stop right now or I'll shoot you!"
Seconds later a large crash can be heard.
The police officer was transported to a local hospital for minor injuries and later released.
"The Summerville Police Department Family extends a sincere thanks to all who sent prayers and get well wishes for our officer's recovery," SPD officials said.
Multiple law enforcement officers responded to the area.
Huge Black Guy Gives Several Cops A Lot Of Trouble As They Fail Repeatedly To Detain Him!
Footage appears to show the Capital Gazette shooting suspect being arrested by police moments after he allegedly murdered five newspaper employees.
A man thought to be Jarrod Ramos is held by two officers with his hands cuffed behind his back as he is led to a waiting police vehicle.
Ramos, 38, is accused of blasting his way through the newsroom with a shotgun amid a long-running grudge against the local paper which exposed him as a stalker.
Despite their shock and grief over their colleagues' deaths, staff who survived the massacre published a paper on Friday with a front page headline reading "5 shot dead at The Capital".
An investigation was opened into the situation surrounding the use of a Taser on a suspect that was seen in a viral video, according to Lancaster Mayor Danene Sorace.
Sorace announced the investigation in a Facebook video statement she made Thursday afternoon.
First reported by Lancaster Online, Sorace said in the statement she was upset by the now viral video, showing a man, later identified as Sean Williams, 27, sitting down on the sidewalk as a police officer ordered him to straighten out his legs. A stun gun was eventually used on Williams.
Newly-released dash camera from the GSP Troopers first on the scene captures that officer's heroic actions that saved Watts's life.
This is the shocking moment two thugs repeatedly kicked a defenceless man in the head during a brazen daylight attack on a busy Birmingham street.
Footage released by BirminghamLive shows how the pair launched a vicious attack on their victim who suffered blows to his head and upper body.
The shocking video - which contains graphic images - can be viewed above. At the beginning of the footage they stamp on his head and shoulders.
The attackers then encircle their victim as he is knocked off the edge of the pavement into the road.
A knife-wielding man brutally murdered two children in a random attack outside a primary school in Shanghai.
Horrifying images from outside the Shanghai Foreign Language Primary School show the pupils' bodies lying prone on the floor surrounded by pools of blood.
Other images show the alleged attacker being pinned to the floor with his hands leashed by a rope before he was hauled away by police.
In footage circulating on Chinese social media platform Weibo an onlooker can be heard saying "this person is an animal" as he the suspect is led away by cops.
Pictures show the area has been cordoned off by police.
Two inmates were caught on camera escaping on foot from a Georgia prison. Inmates Shane Joe Saip, 38, and Willie Ames Driver, 24, were throwing out trash under the careful watch of a supervisor when they suddenly sprinted off the prison lawn and successfully escaped Houston County Jail on June 4.
A two-day manhunt was launched for the duo & ended up being caught.
Passenger films from his seat as armed guards board Jet Blue plane at JFK airport in New York.
A JetBlue pilot accidentally radioed that his flight had been hijacked, sparking a major security alert.
The jet was surrounded by police cars, ambulances and FBI vehicles with lights flashing on Tuesday night amid reports that the pilot had lost communication.
Flight 1623 was due to leave JFK International Airport for Los Angeles at 7.30pm local time.
As the aircraft was taxiing for takeoff, the pilot reported a problem with the Airbus 320's radio equipment to air traffic control.
But instead, he inadvertently used the code for a hijacking, law enforcement sources told the New York Post .
This is the terrifying moment a man brandished a butcher's knife during a standoff with an armed police SWAT team - after his failed attempt to rob a bank.
The 25-year-old was stopped by police as he tried to leave the bank with two huge sacks of money.
Known only by his surname of Huang, the brazen would-be thief stood his ground and waved his weapon in front of an armoured vehicle to prevent it from leaving.
Footage then shows Huang facing down the van's occupants by pointing a meat cleaver at the windscreen, which he also attempted to shatter with the huge blade.
A Chicago police K-9 is being praised after it made a $10 million pot bust over the weekend. According to CBS News, the dog alerted police to a vehicle and trailer that had been pulled over by officers with the Narcotics Unit.
Inside was more than 1,500 pounds of marijuana, other cannabis products and drug paraphernalia. The drugs were being shipped from California to Chicago.
Dramatic footage has captured the moment two plain-clothed officers on scrambler bikes stopped moped thugs on a busy roundaout.
The dashcam video shows the unmarked police bikes swerve to a halt in front of two mopeds in Moston, Manchester, last month.
Although the reason for the stop is unclear, one moped rider crashes into a plain-clothed officer and runs off.
Meanwhile, the other moped, which is carrying two people is restrained by another officer.
Argentine police broke up a gang in the province of Buenos Aires that smuggled drugs in replica World Cup trophies.
Police officers from the district of La Matanza arrested six people and seized two luxury vehicles, two firearms and eight replica trophies each containing around 1.5 kgs (3.3 lbs) of drugs.
The police also seized 20 kgs of marijuana, 10 kgs of cocaine, 1,800 doses of "paco" (similar to crack) and 400,000 pesos ($14,720) in cash, the Ministry of Security of the province of Buenos Aires said in statement.
A forklift truck was driven towards cars sat in traffic in a deadly rampage which saw one innocent driver killed, and saw police shoot dead the crazed man.
At least 10 people were injured where injured when the green truck, with its metal prongs out, rammed into a bus stop.
Suspect Wang Zhihua was gunned down by officers in Yantai, China, today 7.20am local time (about 11.20pm on Sunday BST), after he was spotted by police.
Footage revealing the chaos shows the 45-year-old driving his forklift directly into cars waiting at traffic lights before picking them up and overturning them.
Residents scattered as Wang chased after pedestrians, fleeing drivers and even police in the frightening early-morning rampage.
He thought he was going to make it, but real life isn't like the movies my dude.
A car drove through a crowd near PNC Park on Friday night as they were protesting the shooting death of 17-year-old Antwon Rose, who was killed by an East Pittsburgh police officer.
Police vs man armed with crossbow and knife in Manchester.
Law enforcement organizations are unlikely to compromise with advocates of a proposal this session to restrict the circumstances under which police officers could use deadly force.
Their staunch opposition significantly diminishes the prospects for Assembly Bill 931, which would increase the state standard for lethal use of force from "reasonable" to "necessary," to become law. Though the measure on Tuesday passed its first policy committee, it faces a lengthy and complicated path ahead in a Legislature historically hesitant to cross law enforcement.
At the Senate Public Safety Committee hearing, representatives for rank-and-file police and their management said their objections to the proposed change on use of force could not be resolved by an offer to provide funding to retrain officers.
"We agree that more training can result in better outcomes, but there is a fundamental disagreement about raising the standard above what the Supreme Court has said," Jonathan Feldman, a lobbyist for the California Police Chiefs Association, told The Bee.
FROM INSIDE EDITION - An already unbelievable police chase turned even more chaotic when authorities say a suspect opened fire on a sheriff's deputy.
Deputy Gavin Werner of the Martin County Sheriff's Office was part of the pursuit of Juan Carmenate when the suspect's vehicle was seen in aerial footage, making a 360-degree turn in a field.
As he speeds back toward officers at the side of the road, the suspect allegedly fired at Deputy Werner's vehicle.
He didn't lose his shirt at the casino. He discarded the entire ensemble.
The man who stripped naked and went on a chair-tossing tirade on board a riverboat casino in Bossier City is out of the hospital and wearing jail coveralls after his arrest late Tuesday night.
Terrence Roquemore, 24, of Deberry, Texas, faces charges of aggravated battery, aggravated assault on a police officer, battery of a police officer, resisting an officer with force, disturbing the peace by being drunk and obscenity.
He spent all day Wednesday undergoing observation and treatment at University Health hospital before being transferred to the Bossier City Jail Thursday morning.