A man wearing a t-shirt of an anti-immigration group was apprehended at a politician's rally in Finland on Sunday after displaying 'aggressive and threatening' behaviour toward the minister…
Here is something you don't see every day. A Florida Highway Patrol trooper pulls a U-turn across a highway median, accelerating to more than 140 mph to catch up with a vehicle going 20 over.
Impressively (if not a bit recklessly) the trooper catches up with the vehicle he was pursuing, and that vehicle's driver decides to pull over to the left, stopping in the center median of the divided highway.
One thing 142 mph reliably does to a car's engine is heat it up. A lot. And that center median? It was covered in dry grass.
You know what happens next. And now you can see it.
Even if you think you're right, always comply or this shit will happen to you.
A group of migrants packed into a pickup truck ran away from authorities in a failed human smuggling attempt. The incident occurred in Brooks County, Texas, approximately 70 miles north of the border with Mexico. Sheriff’s office deputies captured the chase and bail-out on a police dash cam video.
The failed smuggling attempt took place near the town of Encino, Texas, when a Brooks County Sheriff’s Office deputy attempted to pull over a white Ford pickup. A records check on the vehicle’s license plates revealed that the truck had been reported stolen, the sheriff’s office reported.
The police dash cam video revealed that shortly after stopping, the driver of the pickup drives away at a high rate of speed along U.S. Highway 281. The fleeing truck loaded with migrants then crosses into oncoming traffic and then drives off the road. After stopping, more than 20 migrants can be seen jumping out of the vehicle and trying to run away from law enforcement. It remains unclear how many of the group members were apprehended.
As Breitbart News has reported, Brooks County is not a border area but has been forced to deal with the same issues as cartel-connected human smugglers and drug traffickers rush through the area on their way north. The smugglers move along U.S. Highway 281 but have to get either sneak through or march the migrants around a U.S. Border Patrol checkpoint located just south of the town of Falfurrias.
Human smugglers often force migrants to trek for days across the harsh terrain in an attempt to avoid law enforcement. The journey has often proved deadly to hundreds of migrants lost their lives in their attempt to get around the checkpoint. In 2018, authorities found the remains of 50 migrants throughout the ranches of Brooks County.
Last night, a fleeing driver took off from two attempted traffic stops in DeLand (FL, USA).
He was taken into custody after two good stop-stick hits by deputies stationed along his route.
Guy Saintluc, who later urinated in our patrol vehicle and kicked a deputy in the stomach, was charged with fleeing or attempting to elude law enforcement, battery on a law enforcement officer, dumping untreated human waste and possession of less than 20 grams of marijuana.
On March 7, Officers Brian Bailey and Chris Jefferson with the Street Crimes Unit responded to a call about suspected drug activity in the area of Race and Curtview. While searching, they encountered Rodney Fisher who was wanted in connection with the shooting death of David Marshall. As they approached Fisher, according to a release from the prosecuting attorney’s office, Fisher pulled a handgun on the officers. Bailey and Jefferson opened fire, hitting Fisher. An ambulance took him to a local hospital where he later died.
The officers were placed on administrative leave with pay while Arkansas State Police investigated the shooting. On Tuesday, March 19, Prosecuting Attorney Scott Ellington said the two men would not face prosecution. He did say, however, that it remained an “open investigation” until the state crime lab released all evidence, including an autopsy and toxicology report. On Friday, the Jonesboro Police Department released video of the shooting in addition to 911 calls made immediately afterwards.
On March 13, 2019 around 9:46 AM, Cape Coral Police were in the area of Vincennes Court and Miramar Street when Officer Cragin saw Christopher Pfister Jr. (W/M, DOB: 11/22/1994, 1408 SW 49th ST) who was know to him. Pfizer failed to stop at a posted stop sign while riding his bicycle so Officer Cragin got out of his patrol vehicle and yelled, “Police, stop.” At this time Pfister fled on his bicycle and looped around the Winn-Dixie grocery store parking lot before heading back towards Vincennes Court. Officers responded to the area and searched for Pfister.
A few minutes later, a resident at 1304 Miramar Street contacted police dispatch and stated that a white male matching Pfister’s description was observed running through her backyard and then hid in a staircase at her condominium complex. When the resident confronted Pfister he ran towards the back of the property and jumped into a canal. After swimming to the other side of the canal, Pfister was approached by Officer Maduro who commanded Pfister to stop but he ran away again jumping back into the canal.
For approximately the next half-hour, Pfister continued to elude police by refusing police commands to stop. Officers Maduro, Ledger, and Corporal Lemos approached Pfister who continued to evade police behind the residence of 5406 Coronado Parkway. Corporal Lemos commanded Pfister to stop before deploying his TASER. Pfister was then taken into police custody without further incident.
Pfister was charged with an outstanding warrant, Loitering and Prowling, and Resisting LE Without Violence. He was transferred to Lee County Jail.
Footage has been released showing former Berkeley County Sheriff’s Department state trooper Michael Kennedy beating a suspect after a traffic stop in West Virginia.
GD Hendrix got out of his car and feigned a firearm in his right hand and was shot at by five officers. He died at the scene from gunshot wounds. Also as a result of that gunfire, Sutter County Sheriff’s Office K9 “Bandit” also died at the scene while performing his duties in attempting to bring Hendrix into custody. A pit bull dog who came out of Hendrix’s car and attacked the wounded and dying K9 Bandit was also shot and killed by officers on scene.
On November 15, 2018 while local law enforcement and their mutual aid partners were patrolling the evacuated areas of the Camp Fire, a citizen contacted a deputy with the Butte County Sheriff’s Office and expressed concern about a suspicious person who had been parked several days in the parking lot of the evacuated Pines Yankee Hill Hardware Store.
The deputy suspected it contained a locally well-known double-homicide suspect and parole absconder by the name of GD Hendrix, 48, of Berry Creek.
Local authorities had been searching for Hendrix for months to bring him back into custody.
The deputy gathered other law enforcement officers who had been patrolling in the Concow area and attempted to take Hendrix into custody.
Hendrix however drove off in his car south on Highway 70 after crashing through other parked vehicles.
A high-speed pursuit ensued with many other deputies, wardens and officers joining in.
The pursuit came to an end approximately eight miles later after Hendrix’s car’s tires had been successfully spiked by intervening officers.
Hendrix got out of his car and feigned a firearm in his right hand and was shot at by five officers. He died at the scene from gunshot wounds.
Also as a result of that gunfire, Sutter County Sheriff’s Office K9 “Bandit” also died at the scene while performing his duties in attempting to bring Hendrix into custody.
A pit bull dog who came out of Hendrix’s car and attacked the wounded and dying K9 Bandit was also shot and killed by officers on scene.
The man shot and injured by Metro Police on Saturday is identified as 20-year-old Steven Aguirre.
During a Wednesday news briefing, police said Aguirre was a suspect in an Auto Zone armed robbery and was shot when he reached for his gun.
The shooting happened around 10 p.m. near Eastern Avenue and Robindale Road.
Aguirre is currently hospitalized.
According to Assistant Sheriff Brett Zimmerman, officers issued verbal commands at gunpoint for Aguirre to put his hands up, turn around and get on his knees. Video from officers' body worn cameras shows Aguirre complying.
"When Aguirre was on the ground, he attempted standing up and pulling his firearm out holster on his right hip. Officer Milanovic fired one round striking Aguirre in the left thigh," Assistant Sheriff Zimmerman said.
He said Aguirre's gun belonged to his grandfather who is retired from LAPD and is currently out of the country.
Police have also linked Aguirre to a burglary that happened earlier in the evening at a nearby Boys & Girls Club.
Aguirre is facing 2 counts of robbery with the use of a deadly weapon, 2 counts of burglary with a deadly weapon and resisting arrest.
A man about to be detained by U.S. police broke out into breakdance moves in the U.S. city of Los Angeles on Tuesday. Video on U.S. broadcaster ABC showed the man raising his hands above his head and suddenly bursting into a dance routine. Local media reported that police had pursued the man's vehicle for reckless driving and failure to yield.
Grand Rapids police officers arrest teens at gunpoint. After initially stopping the teenagers for walking in the street the stop escalated. When the teenagers failed to cooperate with the officer, the officer attempted to arrest the 15 - and 16-year-old males. The encounter escalated and the officer pulled out his gun ordered them to the ground to be handcuffed.
An officer suffered several injuries but is expected to be OK after police say he was beaten while attempting to make an arrest.
Kaleb Darrell Morrow, 38, of Centerville, was charged with attempted murder, assault on a police officer, interference with official acts, assault while participating in a felony, and first-degree harassment.
Court filings say around 10 a.m. Sunday, Centerville Police Officer Gary Buckallew was called to 9th Street and Grant Street in Centerville to arrest Morrow.
Morrow had a warrant for probation violation.
He encountered Morrow in the Centerville High School parking lot and attempted to place him under arrest. While the encounter seemed to be calm at the start, things got heated quickly. A few minutes into the encounter, Morrow began punching Buckallew in the face, slapped him and knocked him to the ground.
Body camera video from Buckallew, obtained under Iowa public records law, shows what appeared to be a relatively calm encounter initially.
Morrow and Buckallew spoke, and Morrow was placed into the back of Buckallew’s squad car without handcuffs. A seemingly friendly conversation ensued until about three-and-a-half minutes into the video, when Buckallew informed Morrow he would have to be handcuffed.
“I, Kaleb Morrow, am the general manager of the Appanoose County Community Railroad, and you are interfering with official public acts,” Morrow could be heard saying on the footage. “I am a private railroad agent.”
Shortly after, Morrow, still visibly upset, recounted his military service and doubted Buckallew’s.
“You are no military member,” Morrow could be heard saying. “Do you respect freedom? You know I had no chance to be a man. I went straight from child to man.”
Buckallew, a US Air Force veteran, appeared to attempt to calm the situation.
“Listen to me, they’re going to call more people here,” Buckallew said. “I don’t want you to get hurt or in trouble. … I don’t want to do that … because you’re ex-military, I’m trying to be cool.”
Shortly after, a struggle began in the car, and left the car.
“I will kill you,” Morrow said, as he took Buckallew to the ground in a struggle. “I’m a soldier.”
Another officer, Sgt. Jeremy Cole, was nearby and able to assist quickly. The video shows him pulling Morrow off of Buckallew and arresting him.
According to court filings, Buckallew suffered injuries to his right elbow and left knee, as well as a scrape on his neck. He received medical attention and was released. Centerville Police Chief Tom Demry said none of the injuries are permanent.
ACHILLE, Okla. (KXII)- the Achille board of trustees voted to fire police chief Christopher Watson and keep the other two officers.
The board voted in favor of keeping assistant chief John choate and officer Candice Connor by a vote of 3-2. No action was taken by the board on reserve officer Bart Alsbrook ... because he is an unpaid volunteer.
The entire police department, three paid and Alsbrook, were suspended last Wednesday after officers raided trustee Bryan Baker's home, serving a search warrant for his wife Ashley.
She's a convicted felon accused of possessing a gun. She caught the raid on cell phone video, and after that video and police body cam video were released, the police department was placed on paid suspension last Wednesday.
Mayor David Northcutt voted to keep the chief, but one resident we talked to agrees with the other trustees.
"I'm still waiting for all the calls to come in to see who we have left tomorrow morning. We'll get through it," said Northcutt. "It's not just one cop, its all of them that need to go bottom line.
They're running around here, they're bullies. Bottom line, like I just said a while ago and they need to go," said Toby Nation, an Achille resident.
In an emergency meeting following the regularly scheduled board meeting, the board appointed assistant chief Choate as acting police chief if he chooses to take the role.
Choate later resigned. Bryan County Sheriff's deputies say they will continue to patrol the town and help the current Achille police officers.
Northcutt says the town will be taking applications starting tomorrow for a new police chief, and will start going over those applications at next Tuesday's meeting.
Body camera video shows a man's DUI arrest months before he was involved in a crash with a school bus that killed a Konawa 12-year-old, himself and his passenger.
Did his super powers work or no
A couple crashed their car into someone's yard in Los Angeles Thursday night -- and the uninvited guests decided to hold an impromptu party there.
The homeowner's doorbell camera captured it all -- starting with a car crashing into a wall outside an Eagle Rock home. The driver hit the gas, backed up and seemed to be taking off, but a short time later, she was back and backing into something.
The doorbell camera shows the driver backing up again and again, hitting the stairs then ending up stuck in the yard.
The incident took an even stranger turn when the couple cranked up the tunes then sat down outside of the car for a chat.
The doorbell camera captured their deep conversation.
Two hours later, the couple was back in the car when police arrived.
The woman was arrested on suspicion of being intoxicated.
A Cape Coral teen was found passed out drunk in his car, while it was still running, in the Wendy’s drive-thru line on Cape Coral Parkway.
Body-camera footage released from the Cape Coral Police Department shows Tristan Perry, 19, slumped over at the wheel on Thursday at 2:30 in the morning. Officers had to knock on the car windows several times to try and get him to wake up.
Perry can be seen trying to hide some of the beer cans, but officers tell him to stop because they can see what he’s doing. Since Perry is 19-years-old, he was arrested for liquor possession by a person under 21 and DUI.
French security forces have used a ‘last resort’ chemical weapon against Yellow Vest for the first time, it emerged today.
Video shared on social media show gas coming out of armed police vehicles close to the Champs Elysees on Saturday, where protesters went on a rampage and wrecked the iconic Parisian avenue, including burning down the famous Fouquet's restaurant and a Longchamp luxury goods shop.
Following Saturday's riots, President Emmanuel Macron is considering banning all demonstrations on the Champs Elysees.
A police officer is under investigation after video of him punching a woman in the face as he arrested her was posted online.
Footage shows the officer, who has not been named, hitting 20-year-old Dominique Difiore while clutching a stun gun outside a house in Chester, Pennsylvania, as St Patrick's Day celebrations got out of control.
Difiore tumbles to the ground where witnesses said she was shot with the stun gun, leaving her bleeding profusely from her ear.
A grand jury decided no charges will be filed on six West Memphis, Arkansas police officers in connection with a chase and shooting that killed two people.
Police body camera video shows the moment officers found a woman held against her will for five days. Watch the video above for more.
A Florida mother was charged with a DUI on Friday morning after she crashed into a fire hydrant and effectively drowned her car in eight ft of water.
Alexandrea Runyon, 22, was driving a 2004 Buick Century when she hit a fire hydrant at the intersection of Southeast 156th Place Road and US 441 in Marion County at approximately 2am.
The fire hydrant is said to have started shooting water onto the road and the shoulder.
Miami-Dade police have released the body cam video of a controversial arrest that was caught on camera.
On March 5th, Dyma Loving called the police after she said she and her friend Adrianna Green were threatened by Frank Tumm, who pointed a gun at them, as they walked by his home in the 1300 block of SW 201st Street.
When police arrived, they interviewed Tumm and both of the women.
Body cam video of field training Officer A.I. Giraldo shows officers telling a very upset Loving to calm down.
“You need to do something. You need to chill out,” an officer can be heard telling Loving. I am asking you to chill out You are going to be arrested. You are going to be arrested. You need to calm down. We are going to bring you in.”
“I’m calm. I just want to talk to my kids,” she replied.
There is then another warning.
“You’re screaming and you are acting disorderly. You will be arrested, okay, calm down,” said an officer.
“Why do I need to be arrested, I want to charge my phone,” said Loving.
An incident report states when she “became belligerent and would not obey commands,” they moved in to restrain her.
Loving can repeatedly be heard saying, “do not touch me, do not touch me.”
When Giraldo tried to handcuff her and she resisted, he put both arms around her head and dragged her to the ground.
Loving was arrested and charged with resisting arrest without violence and disorderly conduct.
A cellphone video of the arrest was put on social media. After viewing it, Miami-Dade Police Director Juan Perez said in a statement the officer’s actions were “troubling.”
“I find the actions depicted on the video deeply troubling and in no way reflective of our core values of integrity, respect, service, and fairness. This is why last week, upon becoming aware of the video posted on social media, an immediate inquiry was initiated which resulted in the involved officer being relieved of duty and of his role as a field training officer.”
“There was no reason for him to get physical with me. I have freedom of speech,” said Loving. “It made me feel like trash.”
The Dade County Police Benevolent Association said in a statement that the officers involved were justified in their actions because Loving was uncooperative.
Loving told, “I am a single mother of three struggling to get by. I am going to hire an attorney and I want an apology and may sue.”
Tumm was charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.
A grand jury decided no charges will be filed on six West Memphis, Arkansas police officers in connection with a chase and shooting that killed two people. The police department says the six officers involved remain on paid administrative leave. West Memphis police held a press conference Friday morning. The department is still conducting its own investigation into the actions of the officers involved. The police chief described the events of January 16 as violent. The department said this all started as traffic because the car in question had its high beams on and no license plate. When the officer turned on the squad car’s lights, a chase began.
The department said officers used different tactics to stop the vehicle, from a tire deflation device to boxing the vehicle in. Police said the driver rammed several police cars before running over an officer. That when officers opened fire on the vehicle, killing the driver, 22-year-old Megan Rivera, and her passenger, 30-year-old De'Angelo Brown. According to investigators, the vehicle the pair were in was stolen from a 72-year-old out of South Carolina. Following the shooting, investigators say they found one firearm and cocaine. West Memphis Police say the department will wrap up its own investigation sometime next week.
When the Deputy arrived on scene, he observed the suspect's vehicle speeding in the roadway and attempted to stop the vehicle.
At that point, the driver 51-year-old Joseph Hart took cover, pulled out a gun and started firing a weapon at the Deputy.
The Deputy was pinned behind his vehicle for approximately 30 minutes as the suspect shot at him Multiple law enforcement agencies attempted to set up a perimeter to assist the Deputy in getting away from the scene, but the suspect continued to fire multiple rounds at the law enforcement officers.
Officer Linda Gutierrez responded to a car accident at the intersection of E. Livingston Ave. & Brookwood Rd. (east Columbus). What appeared to be a victim of the accident quickly became irate/irrational while Officer Gutierrez was trying to access the situation. The 27-year-old male berated the officer, threatened suicide by cop and continued to approach her when she asked him to back up.
President Trump has tweeted out his sympathy Friday morning for those who died 'senselessly' during the massacre at two mosques in New Zealand.
'My warmest sympathy and best wishes goes out to the people of New Zealand after the horrible massacre in the Mosques,' Trump wrote. He said: '49 innocent people have so senselessly died, with so many more seriously injured. The U.S. stands by New Zealand for anything we can do,' the president wrote.
'God bless all!' he added, ending his missive with a nod to religion, after the latest terror attack to rip through a house of worship.
The president made no mention of the shooter or the sick writings that specifically pointed out his support for the president as a symbol of 'white identity' and stated his desire to start a 'civil war' in the U.S.
The manifesto calls Trump a 'symbol of renewed white identity and common purpose.'
Trump has made it a policy to quickly sent out sentiments on Twitter following terror attacks that have jolted nations around the world.
Miami police officer Alejandro Giraldo is being investigated after he threw Dyma Loving to the ground and arrested her. Loving had called police after a man was brandishing a gun.