A lengthy video has been released showing the moment a driver argued with police officers after he was pulled over for allegedly using a mobile phone while driving. Aslan Tariq, 27, who lives in Walthamstow, vehemently denies he was using his mobile phone at the wheel. The investment banker was stopped by police on Lea Bridge Road, Walthamstow, on Friday evening between 6pm and 7pm.
Marion County, FL, 2 March, 2017 - On 3/2/17, approximately 10:57 p.m. Ocala Police Officers responded to McDonalds located at 3455 North Pine Avenue in reference to an Armed Robbery. It was reported a black male wearing a hooded sweatshirt and armed with a revolver approached the drive through window on foot, reached through the open window and stole the cash drawer. The suspect fled the scene in a black BMW with the cash drawer that contained an unknown amount of currency. While working this scene, Ocala Police received a second call in reference to attempted Armed Robbery at the McDonalds at 4110 SW 38th Court. The suspect and vehicle description were the same as the one at 3455 North Pine Ave. Marion County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO) Deputies were checking surrounding McDonalds when they located the suspect vehicle at the McDonalds at CR484 & I75 in the drive thru. MCSO engaged in a pursuit and the suspect vehicle led South on I75 into Sumter County. The BWM exited County Road 470 where Sumter County Sheriff’s Office (SCSO) and Florida Highway Patrol (FHP) gave assistance. After taking several back roads, one of the three subjects fled on foot. Air 1 and K9 Nix located and took into custody B/M Aubrey Desean Strong, 9/13/1996. The BMW was reported stolen out of Gainesville. MCSO arrested Strong for Auto Theft, Resisting, and Possession of Cocaine. Ocala Police Detectives are currently in Sumter County continuing this investigation.
Houston police have two bank robbery suspects in custody after a wild high-speed chase that reportedly reached speeds of 100 miles an hour.
When the suspects finally bailed out of their car, police say they tried to carjack a disabled man parked next to them. The victim was shooting video when the suspect put a gun in his face.
The man's son, Jose Mora, was outside the car videotaping the chase and couldn't believe it when they suddenly stopped and jumped out.
Police bodycam video was released Thursday after an officer shot a man Wednesday in the Russell neighborhood. A neighbor said she called police because a man appeared to be doing drugs outside a home near Magazine and 26th streets. When three First Division officers arrived, the neighbor told them that the man had gone into a vacant house. According to the police chief, Officer Sarah Stumler, Officer Aaron Seneker and Officer Braden Lammers went into the house and announced their presence multiple times while searching the house. Chief Steve Conrad said as officers were leaving the house, Stumler, 34, noticed Bruce Warrick, 38, hiding behind a mattress that was leaning against a wall in the front living room area. On her bodycam video, Stumler can be heard shouting, 'Show me your hands,' and firing one shot seconds later. Warrick was still behind mattress when he was shot in the abdomen. Warrick was taken to University Hospital, where he had surgery and is still hospitalized. Stumler has been relieved of her police powers, pending the outcome of the investigation. The Public Integrity Unit is investigating. No weapon was found in the house during a search Wednesday.
A great clip from A & E Live PD shows what law enforcement officers have to deal with on a daily basis. Lies, disrespect and second guessing from the public and 'victim groups' are the least of their problems.
Watch a man crawl through mud to get away from police. This is thermal imaging video from a helicopter of the suspect trying to escape using a ditch. Police in Florida say he's one of several men wanted in connection over a dispute at a Walmart. When cops arrived at the store they say they saw a black truck speed away which then crashed into a tree along a major highway. With help from the helicopter police were able to catch up with the muddy suspect, Dustin Arnold.
A Long Island high school officer tasered a shirtless high schooler in the back, causing the agonized teen to collapse to the ground, new video shows. The footage, filmed on Wednesday by another student at Walter G O'Connell Copiague High School in Suffolk County, shows the teen struggling to free himself from the cop - losing his shirt in the process. But he only gets a few feet before he's hit by the taser and falls, screaming, to the ground. Despite falling chest-first to the concrete, the teen doesn't seem to be too injured. However, the sound of the taser clicking can continue to be heard as the cop tells him to roll over and submit to being cuffed. The teen can be heard shouting 'I have no weed!' as his arms are cuffed behind his back and more police are called in. He's then shown waiting - still shirtless - while more cops arrive. At one point someone off-camera tells the person filming the incident to turn off his phone. He refuses, saying he 'knows [his] rights.' The cops were heading to an off-campus fight when they saw the teen apparently smoking weed outside the school, Suffolk Police Assistant Deputy Commissioner Justin Meyers told NBC New York. They chased the teen onto the school property, where the unidentified cop tackled him, leading to the events of the video. The teen - who is believed to attend night classes at the school - has been charged with harassment, resisting arrest and criminal possession of marijuana.
Looks like some protesters tried blocking a NYC bridge? and luckily for them NYPD came along right before the New Yorkers took matters into their own hands and beat the pulp out of these morons attempting to make a political point by keeping others from doing their jobs.
Orlando, FL - An Orlando police officer has been reassigned after a video of him emerged showing him cursing and yelling at a man in a threatening manner. A man who identifies himself as Ryan Romasco on his Facebook page first posted the 4-minute video last month. The video begins with the officer, identified by an Orlando police spokesperson as Jose Sanchez, employed with the department since 2007, ordering Romasco to get out of his car and to walk back to his hotel. "Get out of the car, get out of the car, get out of the car and walk to the hotel, (expletive)," the officer yelled. "Wow man, this is crazy," Romasco replied. The officer radioed that he was in front of the Super Target on Millenia Plaza Way. "That (expletive) is insane, bro," Romasco said. "Yeah, insane, you (expletive) little (expletive)," the officer said. About one minute into the video, the officer ordered Romasco to stay in the car. "OK, we get the county over here, you ain't going nowhere, bro. This is an active investigation, you're going nowhere," the officer yelled. "If you (expletive) try to pass me mother (expletive), I will (expletive) take you in for battery LEO. I will ruin your (expletive)." "Shut up. Shut up. Shut up," the officer ordered. "And bite your lip all you want, bro, because if you're ready to jump, jump mother (expletive). I've been hit before and all that (expletive). Jump, bro." Dozens of comments posted below the video encourage Romasco to file a complaint with the officer's supervisors. "(You) need to email that to the sergeant," one person wrote. Romasco commented on the postings, "No doubt I would (have) knocked his (expletive) loose (too) if I ain't giva (expletive) bout my freedom." A spokeswoman for the Orlando Police Department said the video is not new and supervisors have seen it. "OPD officials were notified of the video by OPD officers and immediately initiated an internal investigation, which is ongoing," Sgt. Wanda Miglio said. "The officer has been reassigned and is currently under investigation by internal affairs for his actions. We take all complaints of officer misconduct very seriously and I can assure you this interaction will be thoroughly investigated."
An officer pulled over a suspect who wasn't going to surrender willingly. The officer's body cam and dash cam caught video of him holding onto the van as the suspect dragged him a short distance. It happened in Brooklyn, Ohio when an officer reportedly pulled over 34-year-old Thomas LaForce in regards to a robbery at a Sam's Club. When the officer confronted the suspect with the allegations he denied it was him the police were looking for. The officer was treated for minor injuries.
An 18-year-old is back in police custody after a chase and dramatic crash during which a pickup went airborne and landed on a car in Webster Parish.
It happened around 1:30 p.m. Tuesday in Dixie Inn.
Kevonte Dekorey Austin, 18, an escaped work-release participant, was taken into custody.
Webster Sheriff Gary Sexton said the events began to unfold when a deputy pulled over the driver of a Toyota Tacoma speeding on U.S. Highway 371.
As the deputy spoke with the driver outside the pickup, the truck's passenger slid into the driver's seat and sped off.
Sheriff's deputies chased Austin at speeds reaching 115 miles per hour. The chase took deputies to Springhill before heading south on Hwy. 371.
Austin lost control of the Tacoma when it hit spike strips deputies had set out at Hwy. 371 at U.S. Highway 80 north of Dixie Inn.
The pickup went airborne and landed on a Toyota Corolla parked at a restaurant.
Barbara Harlon was in that car and escaped unhurt by climbing out a passenger door.
"I felt around to see if I was hurt and could tell that I was okay," Harlon said. "God was with me."
Austin was employed at Halco Productions in Shreveport. He last was seen leaving the business Feb. 8.
Caddo Parish authorities suspect Austin stole an employee's 2009 Ford Ranger.
Austin was in jail for car theft and a probation violation.
The Tacoma involved in the chase also had been reported stolen.
A Brooklyn Police officer's body camera was rolling as a routine traffic stop turned violent in Brooklyn, Ohio. Friday afternoon, a police officer pulled over 34-year-old Thomas LaForce on Ridge Road. Police say there were active warrants for LaForce's arrest. When the officer tried to remove him from the vehicle, Laforce sped away, dragging the officer with him. Police began chasing LaForce, who was weaving in and out of traffic. Dash cam video shows him dumping the passenger, who took off on foot, and then speeding back onto Ridge Road. The officer catches up to him and rams his cruiser into the suspect's van. Multiple officers surround the van and start smashing out the window. No shots were fired as officers removed LaForce from the van without further incident. Charges are now pending against LaForce who was taken to MetroHealth Medical Center for treatment. Two officers were treated for minor injuries and released.
A man was detained by police during a violent outburst in a coffee shop in the Kedah region of Malaysia
Tulsa Police released the dash cam video from the fatal shooting of a Claremore rape suspect on February 17, 2017. Officers were trying to arrest English after a woman said he tied her up, beat her, repeatedly raped and tortured her for two days. She escaped when one of English's friends took her to get medical help while English was at a family funeral. The dash cam video shows English would not stop, leading police on a pursuit from South Tulsa to East Tulsa. It was never very fast. At one point, he avoided stop sticks officers put on the street, then pulled into a business near 41st and Mingo. The video shows him get out and immediately walk straight toward officers, Police say English had a knife. English's family says he suffered from PTSD and that combined with his drug abuse turned him into a person they did not know. The three officers remain on routine leave. The homicide united hasn't turned in its investigation to the DA's office. Detectives tell me the investigation leads them to believe no charges will be filed, but that decision is ultimately up to the District Attorney's office.
Wellford, SC, 22 February, 2017 - Officers say the First Citizens Bank was robbed in Lyman around 10:30 a.m. on Wednesday. Officers were able to get a vehicle description out to other officers in the area immediately. Someone spotted the burgundy 4-Runner in Wellford and called 911. A Wellford Office then engaged in a short chase with the vehicle, that was being driven by Justin Bott. In the video you can see Bott turn on Simmons Road and slam into a building. Officers then detain Bott. Wellford Police say after being handcuffed Bott took off running, to which he was caught a short time later. A Highway Patrol trooper was injured in chasing down Bott, but is expected to be okay.
A man died in a shootout with deputies from the Citrus County Sheriff's Office and Florida State Troopers on Sunday.
A man brandishing an axe is chased by a number of police officers through Birmingham city before being tasered and restrained.
Police arrested the suspected driver of the car involved in an attack on pedestrians at the Mardi Gras parade in New Orleans on Saturday night.
Moment police caught up with Amber Alert subjects Aylin Hernandez and her father Oscar Hernandez
WOODLAWN, Md. -- The force used by two Baltimore County police officers is under review by the department, after video of an arrest surfaced online. In the video, the officers are trying to take 16-year-old Alonzo Cox into custody. The teen appears to put his hands on the female officer when she tries to handcuff him and the male officer jumps in. At one point in the video, the male officer can be heard threatening to punch the teen. On Thursday Alonzo admitted he could have cooperated more, but said he began to fear for his life. “I was scared,” he said. “I thought I was going to get shot that's all that was going through my mind, ‘please don't shoot me’,” he added, “I was scared for my life.” It all unfolded across the street from Woodlawn High School, where police were called because of a fight. Now his parents want answers. Former Baltimore City Police Commissioner Ed Norris weighed in on the video and said he wasn’t surprised by the actions of the officers. “The problem is they’re trying to put handcuffs on this teenager and he’s resisting,” Norris said. “He put his hands on the first officer and he’s continuing to resist, they’re trying to handcuff him, he’s fighting, he’s screaming, he’s fighting and they can’t get him handcuffed, it’s very difficult to handle.” Norris added, “If you resist an arrest against a uniformed police officer they don’t lose and they’re going to do whatever they have to do to get you in handcuffs because they want to go home at night. People forget as well, even though this teenager is unarmed and he may not be a hardened criminal by any means, but when you start fighting an arrest with the police there’s a gun in the fight, because the officer is wearing it and that’s always on their mind. People need to be cognizant of that.” Police were called to the scene around 2:36 p.m. on Wednesday after reports of a large fight involving a knife. When officers arrived, they reported witnessing a female suspect matching the suspect description walking on Woodlawn Drive, swinging a "large knife" and yelling at the male teen ahead of her. "Officers approached the girl, who is 14, giving verbal commands to which she responded," Baltimore County Police and Fire Spokesperson Elise Armacost wrote in a statement. "The girl was taken into custody without incident. The male juvenile who had been identified as a suspect in the fight did not comply with a female officer’s verbal commands and assaulted her." Cox faces charges of 2nd degree assault, resisting arrest, and 2nd degree assault on police. The 14-year-old girl was charged with 1st and 2nd degree assault. Both teens were released to the custody of their parents or guardians. "Baltimore County Police are reviewing the use of force involved in this incident, as is standard procedure," Armacost wrote. "Body Worn Camera video is available and will be reviewed for evidentiary value."
The shooting happened Jan. 26, when Atlanta police said a plain-clothed Atlanta police officer shot Deaundre Phillips, 24, at the Atlanta police annex on Donald Lee Hollowell Parkway.
Wyoming Police have released dash camera video of a terrifying crash where an officer and a woman were struck by a vehicle. The crash happened Feb. 1 when Officer Ryan Silvis was helping a driver on a snowy stretch of northbound US-131 north of 44th Street. “I was dispatched to a single car accident on the highway,” Silvis told FOX 17 in a Feb. 15 interview, referring to a truck that had skidded off the road on the left side of the highway. “That section of highway is three lanes, so I parked my cruiser in the middle lane.” Officer Silvis immediately threw on his flasher lights, alerting approaching traffic they needed to get over to the right lane. “When I was talking to her, at the last second out of the corner of my eye, I saw headlights,” said Silvis. “And my brain kind of went, ‘those aren’t supposed to be there.’” The car slammed into the parked truck and into Silvis and the other motorist. Jeffrey Lee Huizenga, 26, is charged with failing to use caution when passing an emergency vehicle in connection with the crash. “All I could do was kind of turn my body,” Silvis said. “I wasn’t even able to brace for the impact.” Officer Silvis was thrown after impact. The 23-year-old woman was pinned between the guardrail and her truck. Suffering from a fractured hip, Silvis was amazingly able to get up and make it to his cruiser to call for back up. “After that I was kind of on auto pilot,” he said. “I reached for my radio to call for more cars and call for an ambulance, and my radio was no longer there...When I stood up, I kind of looked down at my arms and legs and went ‘okay, they’re still where they’re supposed to be…” Police say Silvis and the woman are still recovering from their injuries.
In a press conference on Friday, the Fairbanks Police Department said prosecutors will not file criminal charges against FPD Sergeant Gregory Foster for fatal shooting James Robert Richards, Jr., 28, of Fairbanks. Richards was fatally shot in the summer of 2016 after he allegedly threatened people, fled from police, and took a hostage. In the press release issued by the Office of Special Prosecutions, officials investigating the actions of Foster say they did not aim to "determine if Sgt. Foster's conduct was appropriate under any applicable use-of-force policy." Instead, the inquiry was limited to a simple decision of whether or not criminal charges were appropriate. According to investigators, they are not. "At the time of the fatal shooting, Sgt. Foster reasonably believed that Mr. Richards was attempting to flee from a recently committed violent assault and while fleeing, had taken a hostage. Under these circumstances, criminal charges are not appropriate," Supervising Assistant Attorney General Robert E. Henderson wrote in a statement. The investigation summary reveals more details regarding the nature of the incident that led to Richards' death, as well as includes multiple video sources showing the shooting itself. FPD said they were called on the scene after Richards assaulted (by "pistol whipping") two residents, firing a bullet into the wall, and "demanding money and drugs." He then walked away from the apartment, where FPD made contact with him. In the report, police say they called out to him several times, but he did not respond. Two officers fired their taser rounds at Richards, but neither were effective in stunning him. Police say the situation boiled to a head when Richards took the arm of an elderly man and continued to walk away, ignoring police orders to stop. Investigators say officers "believed that Mr. Richards was using the male as a human shield." Solomon Roberts, the elderly man in question, later said he was not being pulled or threatened by Richards during the encounter. At that point, Foster fired twice from his issued duty rifle. "Both rounds struck Mr. Richards in the head, fatal shooting him nearly instantaneously," the statement said. Following the shooting, many in the community expressed concerns about the possibility of race playing a factor in the incident, as Richards was Alaska Native. At a memorial event shortly after, community members spoke out regarding that possibility. Ricko DeWilde, an organizer of the event, said the Native community has had a contentious relationship with the Fairbanks Police Department, and expressed frustration regarding the way in which the police force investigate themselves in cases of misconduct. “We sit back and wait for years for a thorough investigation that they conduct on themselves,” DeWilde said. “That makes zero sense to me. As a Native community we need to step forward and look into the issues and look into them closely.” To help alleviate these concerns, the investigation was carried out by a the Office of Special Prosecution. Additionally, FPD released dashboard camera footage and body camera footage, both displaying the events leading up to the shooting, as well as the shooting itself. In the video, Richards is seen positioned to the side of Roberts putting the man in between Richards and the officers on the street. Several officers can be seen following behind Richards, as well as Foster, who "took cover behind Deputy Chief Johnson's patrol vehicle." When Richards approaches the vehicle Foster is standing behind, he opens fire. The report concludes that based on Richards' activity, as well as the information known to Foster at the time, Foster's "actions, given the totality of the circumstances, were not objectively unreasonable."
A video posted on Twitter shows part of an altercation between police officers and a man in Washington, DC, police say. Shots were fired during a criminal investigation at an intersection in a neighborhood in the nation's capital, leaving 47-year-old Timothy Williams dead and two police officers wounded, authorities said. Uniformed officers with a crime-suppression team were in the neighborhood Thursday night responding to shots that had been fired there earlier, acting Police Chief Peter Newsham said. The video seems to show an officer standing over Williams and apparently firing.
Four police officers have died as their helicopter was “downed” in Brazil’s Rio de Janeiro amid an ongoing operation, local media report. Videos of the crashed aircraft emerged, with reports saying there was shooting in the area prior to the crash.
Police have confirmed the death of four policemen in the crash, Brazilian news portal G1 reported, citing Major Ivan Blaz, media coordinator of the Brazilian Military Police.
BandNews FM reported, an investigation into the causes of the crash will be carried by Aeronautical Accidents Investigation and Prevention Center, a unit of Brazilian Air Force, on Sunday.
Eyewitnesses on Twitter reported continuous shooting and a police presence in the Cidade de Deus (City of God) neighborhood in western Rio de Janeiro, which is a well-known Brazilian slum area often referred to as CDD.
If you're a Libtard protester in Portland attempting to block roadways be prepared to have your ass handed to you by the Portland PD! Just take a quick gander at this video showing just how quickly they'll jump into action if you choose to break the law and inhibit others from traveling freely on public roadways.
Denver, CO - The video shows Officer Greg Dulayev from Denver Police Department approach some bushes against a concrete wall and orders a man hiding there to come out. The man, identified as Gregory Heard, crawls out. Dulayev orders Heard to stop, and when Heard takes another step forward, Dulayev fires his Taser. Heard falls and Dulayev piles on top, yelling, “Stop resisting! Stop resisting!” During the struggle, Heard tells the officer he can’t breathe and asks to be stood up. He has a bloody nose and mouth, but it is unclear whether those injuries were suffered in a fight before the officer arrived. Dulayev had been called because Heard was fighting with another homeless man. Heard tells officers that he was using crack cocaine. “This guy was told to stop mid-step and got Tased while holding his hands out,” Holland said. “He was visibily unarmed.” In the news release, Heard is quoted as saying, “Residents, along with sworn officers, have a duty to practice accountability when they fall outside of the expected parameters by disobeying the law. After assaulting me unprovoked, Officer Dulayev displayed zero remorse. He laughed at me. The officers treated me like an animal.”
The Washington County District Attorney has determined that five officers were justified in the fatal shooting of a homicide suspect last year. Investigators say the suspect, James Tylka, shot and killed his estranged wife and critically injured an Oregon State trooper. James was therefore considered armed and dangerous by the time police arrived to apprehend him. Bodycam video shows the dramatic events unfold.
Two Savannah-Chatham Metropolitan Police Department officers saved a suicidal man from the edge of a bridge.
Baltimore Cops Choke A Woman Resisting Arrest Claiming She Says She Can't Breath!
Spanish Police bust an illegal dog fight circle in Tenerife, Murcia and Alicante saving the lives of about 230 dogs.
Columbia, SC, 10 February, 2017 - Dashcam video of the high-speed chase that ended in a officer-involved shooting has been released. Authorities released the footage of the four suspects being chased at speeds exceeding 100 MPH until they crashed off of I-77 near the Killian Road exit. The suspects were wanted for an armed robbery that occurred Feb.10 in Waxhaw, N.C. where the four men stole electronics from a cell phone store. The robbery suspects led troopers on a chase through several counties beginning in Fairfiled County shooting at officers and ended in Richland County after an officer performed what is called a pit maneuver,hitting the vehicle causing it to spin out of the drivers control. After the crash the four men fled from the vehicle by foot and were later arrested along with another suspect who bought a hotel room for the wanted men. The trooper involved received minor injuries in this incident.