This Muslim man was threatening Indian police with terrorist attacks if they refuse to allow Muslims to build a mosque in the area, Indian police responded accordingly.
The cops had arrested a guy and took his bike. As they were taking it one the cops decided to take the bike and try to ride it to the precinct. He started riding it and gave it the whiskey throttle. The bike went up and the cop fell on his face. He was super embarrassed and ended up going to the hospital.
Summerville police have released dash cam footage of a man trying to drive a motorized shopping cart home from Walmart.
"The Duterte administration is empowering vigilante killings," he added, citing Mr Duterte's calls for ordinary citizens to kill drug dealers and his vow to protect officers who get sued while pursuing his drug campaign.
A sniper shot Mayor Antonio Halili, who was on Mr Duterte's list of allegedly narcotics-linked officials, during a public ceremony at the city hall in nearby Tanauan last Monday. A day later motorcycle-riding gunmen killed Duterte ally Ferdinand Bote, the Mayor of the northern town of General Tinio.
However, neither Mr Bote nor Mr Lubigan, the Vice-Mayor killed last Saturday, had known drug links. No clear motive has emerged yet.
"Election-related violence usually ramps up a few months before an election," Human Rights Watch researcher Carlos Conde said, noting that polls were 10 months away.
"The difference here really is the way Duterte has threatened officials with death and then they are being killed one after the other. That's hardly coincidence," Mr Conde added.
According to a count by police, more than two dozen people were killed in "election-related violence" during campaigning for the May 2016 national elections.
At least 10 mayors including Mr Halili and Mr Bote, have been killed since Mr Duterte took office, while Mr Lubigan, a member of a political party allied with the President, was the fifth vice-mayor killed in that period.
Mr Duterte ran on a law-and-order platform that included promises to kill thousands of people involved in the drug trade, including officials. The authorities have acknowledged killing more than 4,200 drug suspects who resisted arrest, but rights groups say the actual figureis at least triple that and could amount to crimes against humanity.
National police chief Oscar Albayalde told reporters yesterday the authorities were looking into possible motives for the killings, while noting it was a well-established fact that deadly attacks against elected officials spike "before, during and after the elections" . President Duterte Already warn the Narco Politians last year to stop their illegal Drug trade or else "i will Order to Assassinate you by a Sniper"
What happens when Spanish police attempt to arrest a known pedophile that it is an immigrant from Africa? THIS! Watch as the African migrants hurled anything they can grab at the police attempting to arrest the known pedophile.
This Antifa terrorist was trying to throw a bottle at Portland police, turns out the police had him directly in their sights and fired off a smoke canister that hit him square in the chest.
The officers deployed two Bean Bag shotguns, followed by two Taser activations, which proved to be ineffective. The suspect continued to walk toward the officers while holding the knife, which resulted in an Officer-Involved Shooting. The suspect survived.
Police pulled over a semitrailer, but the driver jumped out of the vehicle and ran away in Xiangyang City, Central China's Hubei province on August 2, 2018. The driver was in his flip-flops and was stopped by the police within 300 meters. He was so out of breath that he had to rest by the sidewalk.
An officer pulls over a car associated with a traffic warrant, and while the driver willingly gives up a small bag of marijuana, the officer realizes there's way more going on inside the car than he's being led to believe,
The Winnebago County District Attorney’s Office has determined no criminal charges will be filed after officer Seely Moe shot Joshua Gomoll on the Trestle Trail bridge last May 23, saying the use of deadly force was justified.
Stunned Londoners looked on as a group of jet skiers were pursued in a "James Bond-style" chase up the River Thames.
Those watching from the banks of the river may well have thought it was a remake of the scene where Pierce Brosnan is chased up the Thames as 007 in The World Is Not Enough.
But the Metropolitan Police marine policing unit has confirmed the high-speed river pursuit was actually a real police chase, Sky News reports.
The video shows the jetskis making their way west at high speeds past the O2 Arena. In the 1999 film Brosnan's James Bond ended his iconic boat chase outside the then Millennium Dome.
The shooting occurred on Park Avenue near East 112th Street around 4 p.m. on Monday. 23-year-old shooter Mauricio Rouse emerges from a nearby park and runs after his victims, the clip shows.
A 17-year-old boy was struck in the leg and a 15-year-old boy was shot in the back, sources said. Rouse, who lives near the scene of the crime, was arrested shortly after the shooting.
He was charged with attempted murder in the second degree, assault causing serious injury and criminal possession of a weapon in the second degree, police said.
Rouse had two prior arrests on his record for assault and marijuana possession, according to sources.
Cultural enrichment you say? Watch this African immigrant from Somalia attempt to stab these 2 police officers because he wanted people to stop eating products that were deemed un-Islamic.
If you're curious how ungrateful these African migrants are coming to Europe in order to take over the country and rob taxpayers of their hard-earned money, take a look at these African migrants literally attacking police who were handing out food to them because they claim the food is disgusting and not up to their African standards.
The man who was fatally shot by police after he allegedly shot a man breaking into his home has been identified by a family attorney as a veteran of the Vietnam War.
How little respect to the Chicago gang members have for Chicago police? Watch this rowdy group of gang members brawl it out literally feet away from police. Eventually the police have larger numbers and take it upon themselves to intervene, finally. But only after numerous people were injured.
Los Angeles police released graphic bodycam footage showing a police shooting in Van Nuys that left a knife-wielding suspect and an innocent bystander dead last month.
These African migrants have absolutely no understanding what the rule of law truly is, watch as this African migrant literally fights with police in order to avoid being arrested and deported back to his home country.
A female protester was kicking and screaming as she was cuffed and carried away by police. A bystander could be heard saying the woman being arrested ‘has Asperger’s and is pregnant.’
Abolish ICE protesters set up camps in front of ICE buildings all over the country, blocking employees from coming and going and often intimidating or threatening ICE agents who are simply enforcing federal laws.
A wanted man and the hostage he was holding at knifepoint were shot dead by police in a dramatic stand-off.
Guillermo Perez, 32, was shot by three officers in Los Angeles on June 16 after witnesses reported he had stabbed an ex-girlfriend near a church in the Van Nuys area.
When officers arrived Perez was still clutching a bloody knife and a metal chair but refused to put it down despite repeated warnings.
Dramatic bodycam footage shows officers trying to disarm him by shouting "drop the knife" and firing non-lethal beanbags but he grabbed a female hostage and held the knife to her neck.
Three officers shot at him - killing him and tragically his hostage.
She was named by police as 49-year-old Elizabeth Tollison, abc7 reports .
The South African policeman was apparently fed up with these robbers that he engaged in a high-speed chase with. Watch as he pulls out his pistol and starts firing shots into the back of the moving car. Eventually the car crashes and the thieves and up at gunpoint by the cop.
An up-and-coming Florida rapper appeared to be shot at while he was live streaming on Instagram in his car.
Project Youngin, whose real name is Rasheed Jamaal Hall, was filming himself rapping along to a song from his upcoming mixtape titled Thug Souljas, and counting a wad of $100 bills when shots can be heard.
Just before the three shots rang out, his phone falls and he disappears from view.
While rumours quickly spread on social media that he had passed away, a friend - fellow rapper Foolio - said he'd spoken to him and he was "good".
HeIf you are curious just how effective Italian police were against the hordes of African migrants that are invading their country, take a look at this video showing the police actually fleeing from a group of African migrants hurling chairs and other things that their police cars.
There were tense moments as a police officer worked to free a baby from a hot car.
Atlanta police officer Andrew Gilchrease says he and his partner got the call from dispatch.
The baby's grandmother had called officers after accidentally locking the car with her granddaughter inside.
Temperatures in Atlanta have been in the high 80s, and the situation could have been deadly. "It was more of an instinctive thing to help someone that was in need,"
This is the funny moment police told a driver over their megaphone: “Throw your weed out - it smells like sh*t."
Footage shows the NYPD officers making the amusing loudspeaker announcement after pulling a Smart car over in a traffic stop.
A New Yorker filmed the episode from his ninth floor apartment in Kensington, Brooklyn, and posted the clip on Snapchat.
A crime suspect who had abandoned his bike was arrested after a police officer borrowed it to chase him down the street.
The unnamed police officer was hailed by colleagues on Twitter after West Midlands Police response team posted a video of the pursuit in Birmingham.
The panicked suspect ditched the bike and attempted to run away after spotting a police car, according to officers.
Bodycam footage shows the officer riding along the street on the same bike the suspect reportedly discarded moments before.
The officer quickly catches up with a man wearing black shorts and a t-shirt.
A pair of jewellery thieves had their escape plan foiled by an onlooker who nicked the keys from their getaway bike parked outside the store.
The shocked robbers, armed with a wheel wrench and a hammer tried to snatch back the keys but gave up and tried to run off.
One of the men was tackled down by an off duty police officer while the second man escaped with watches and jewellery.
Police are now hunting the second man following the robbery in Colchester Town Centre on Saturday.
Onlooker, Jodie Brown, 22 who caught the failed escape on camera outside Chimes jewellery store in Colchester, Essex, said she felt like she was in a crime documentary.
She said: “I was walking past down the street and I saw the commotion happening and pointed the bike out to my other half.
Body camera footage shows a man reaching for an officer’s gun and punching the officer in the head before running off. The video shows the dramatic ending when two bystanders jump in to help the officer arrest the man. Officer Austin Williams says he is grateful to know the community has his back.