Police beat Catalan separatists with batons in Barcelona on Saturday after they gathered to protest against a march by Spanish police demanding better pay.
At around 11 p.m. on March 8, 2017, a Hamilton County sheriff's deputy patrolling the Standifer Gap Road area tried to stop a white Camaro for a traffic violation — a headlight was out and the license plate was not displayed properly. But the driver didn't stop and a pursuit ensued.
The man later told investigators he had just bought the car earlier that day for his girlfriend, and he ran because he had methamphetamine, money, weapons and ammunition in the car.
A federal complaint has been filed against a number of area law enforcement officers and government agencies after a March 2017 vehicle pursuit took a violent turn, leading to a beating so severe one of the suspect's testicles was ruptured.
This car wasn’t pulling over for a motorcycle cop and began to gain speed. The car then jerked to the right like he was going to exit causing the cop to nearly crash. They then continued down the interstate.
A speeding car being chased by police ended upside down on top of a queue of waiting vehicle as it tried to evade officers.
The shocking accident took place in the capital city of Kiev, Ukraine and was captured on CCTV and dash camvideos.
It is not known why the driver of a Daewoo Lanos had ignored multiple commands by road police to stop during a routine roadside document check.
Instead the driver started speeding away.
A 20-year-old man allegedly followed the young girl into the women’s toilet before grabbing her and raping her in the men’s restroom, according to police.
Her mother notified customers at the restaurant after hearing voices from the bathroom when she went searching for her daughter, according to a local media report.
The suspect was arrested at the scene of the incident – which took place on Saturday in Pretoria – and charged with rape and possessing drugs.
He has been remanded in custody and has not yet been asked to plead. Restaurant manager locked him inside the bathroom before a mob who showed up to kill him could get to him.
Grand Rapids, MI – A witness captured a video of a shootout on a highway between Grand Rapids police officers and a murder suspect from the city of Wyoming
The incident occurred after police began searching for 33-year-old Adam Nolin in connection with a murder that occurred at Creekside Estates Mobile Home Park in Wyoming on Thursday morning.
The Wyoming Department of Public Safety said that one person was killed at the mobile home park, and announced that Nolin should be considered armed and dangerous.
At about 10:30 a.m., a Grand Rapids police officer spotted Nolin travelling in the northbound lanes of U.S. 131.
Police said the suspect led officers on a pursuit before he stopped in the middle of the road, jumped out of his truck, and began shooting at the officers.
A man wielding a huge machete was filmed threatening a man in the street as he lay injured begging for mercy.
The 25-year-old victim was seen in the notorious Ravel district of Barcelona early this morning.
Footage shows the shirtless and barefoot knifeman looking over the man on the floor, before walking away.
Just a few seconds later he comes back in to shop waving the huge machete again, threatening the victim whose blood can be seen on the floor.
A man, believed to be a tourist, can be seen on his just a few feet away, and another pair wander past without taking any notice of the injured man.
he officers had gone to the house after a worried member of the public spotted a man in his back garden.
Lee Carl Wright, 34, attacked PC Anne Bloomfield at a house in Eastwood, Notts, as he was being led out of the front door to a police car in July.
PC Anne Bloomfield suffered a fractured skull and eye socket, as well as cuts and bruises when Lee Wright hit her in the face with a champagne bottle.
Law enforcers have decided to distract and disarm her husband without using firearms.
"Patrol Valentin Kucheruk, risking his own life, knocked off the man's legs and locked the grenade in his hand, while patrol Nicholas Kharchuk took a grenade from her husband, summoned engineers and investigators, both patrol members of combat operations who served in the 30th and 51st mechanized brigades, and now they are serving in the ranks of the patrol police of Ukraine ", - said Zhukov.
According to the press service of the patrol police of the Rivne region, police officers were removed from the grenade and sent for examination.
"A pre-trial investigation has been initiated under Part 1, Article 263 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine (illegal handling of weapons, ammunition or explosives). A criminal prosecution has been opened under Article 348 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine (encroachment upon the life of a law enforcement agency, a member of the public formation for the protection of public the order and the state border or a serviceman.) The husband was detained in accordance with Article 208 of the Criminal Procedure Code of Ukraine and placed in a temporary detention center. telling him about suspicion of committing a crime and electing a measure of restraint ", the press service said.
Recall that in Zaporozhye region, during a quarrel, a man threw a hand grenade that exploded into his roommate . As a result, the girl received a fractured wound of her legs.
Puerto Rico - Drive by shooting, not a lot of information known at this stage, police investigating
Dramatic CCTV captures a police car career into a motorist during a high-speed chase .
Two police officers and the driver of the silver Hyundai suffered injuries in the crash.
The police car was pursuing a black Hyundai Coupe in Cleethorpes, Lincs., at around 12.30pm today, Grimsby Live says.
But the footage shows it spin out of control after the shunt and, off camera, it collided into a number of parked cars.
It is understood a male officer was driving, with a female passenger, but their injuries are minor.
So basically this guy terrorizes our street on the daily... Walking around yelling at passer-byers in a very aggressive manner, staring into neighbours houses while smoking what I can only now assume is angel dust laced cigarettes... Long story short sweet karma came into play when the local authorities caught him at a bad time practicing his ninja skills out on the street....
After crashing a car into a tree in the South Bay on Monday a driver was placed under arrest accused of attacking a CHP officer.
Officers say the suspect bit the CHP officer's arm and wouldn't let go.
The man was eventually taken into custody.
Investigators believe he may have been drunk.
A man says he climbed onto a DeLand convenience store's roof Saturday morning in an attempt to get into the business, because he was thirsty, according to the Volusia County Sheriff's Office.
The Woodland Food Mart was closed when Michael Monacelli, 31, told deputies he tried to get inside the store because he was dehydrated and needed something to drink.
A Daytona police officer arrested a man after spotting him throwing another man “face first” off the Main Street bridge 30 feet into the water.
Police in Schenectady, New York, said a man was facing charges after he drove a dirt bike through a local Price Chopper grocery store on September 1. Traitin Knight, 23, who rode the bike, posted GoPro footage to his YouTube account showing him go through the store’s entrance, past the checkouts, and through the store.
This is the terrifying moment a BMW driver ploughs into a group of schoolchildren sending them flying before driving off.
The shocking scenes were recorded at the Allen Glen High School in Rodepoort, Gauteng, South Africa.
In the video, a large group of students can be seen huddled on a road when a white BMW suddenly smashes into them.
Some of the students are lifted onto the bonnet of the car as it crashes through the crowd.
Los Angeles, CA - Authorities identified a murder suspect who was killed in an officer-involved shooting in South Los Angeles that left an FBI agent wounded.
Daniel Valdez, 70, of the Riverside County community of Perris, died at the scene of the shooting, which occurred about 11 a.m. Tuesday Aug 7th in the parking lot of a motel near 41st Street and Central Avenue. Valdez had been sought for shooting two family members.
This is the chaotic scene after a car hit pedestrians outside a mosque as worshippers ran.
Police are investigating whether the incident outside the Al-Majlis Al-Hussaini Islamic centre in Cricklewood, north-west London, was an anti-Muslim attack.
Video footage of the incident appears to show people fleeing in terror in the early hours of this morning.
Muffled shouting can be heard and groups of police officers can be seen in the dark talking to members of the community. One man can be heard shouting "experienced" at the start of the footage.
"A guy just came through with a car, hit about - I don't know how many people," another man recording the video says.
Taunts of "dirty Muslims" could be heard coming from the car, said Hassan Naddi, head of security for the Hussaini Association.
The car's occupants - three men and a woman in their mid-twenties - had allegedly been behaving anti-socially.
It is claimed a group drove near the centre and made Islamophobic remarks during a confrontation with a "large group of people", then crashed into pedestrians as it drove off "at speed" after being damaged by people outside.
Three people were injured in what a Muslim organisation claims was a "suspected premeditated Islamophobic attack".
Cop pushes man into some recycling bins & then goes for his friend.
The Douglas County Sheriff's Office has released the identity of a suspect shot and killed by deputies near Sedalia last month, along with body camera and dash-camera footage of the incident that shows frantic officers opening fire on a man they believed had shot at another deputy. The sheriff's office announced Aug. 31 on Twitter that officers had shot and killed an armed suspect, now confirmed as Paul Askins, 61, of Colorado Springs, but declined to release his identity prior to Sept. 17, citing the open investigation. Douglas County Sheriff Tony Spurlock said a routine stop for a traffic violation escalated into the shooting when officers attempted to question Askins, who they now know was wanted for two felony warrants and had a criminal history in Colorado and Texas. “I just wanted to have the opportunity to share with you a little bit of information about what took place on Aug. 31,” Spurlock said at a Sept. 17 news conference. The shooting began when the driver of a pickup truck was pulled over for making an unsafe turn in front of two deputies on US Highway 85 near Delva Road at approximately 4:41 p.m. that day.
Officers spoke to the truck's occupants for roughly 20 minutes and after checking identifications, learned the driver had a restraining order against her for a man matching Askins' description. Askins was a passenger in the vehicle's backseat.While officers tried to determine if Askins was in fact the protected person in that retraining order, he gave them multiple names, raising their suspicion, Spurlock said. They had asked Askins to get out of the vehicle so they could further question him when he opened the truck's door with a handgun pointed at them. In total, three officers were involved in the shooting — two deputies who made the initial traffic stop while working from the same vehicle and a third undercover officer who was in the area at the time of the call and stopped to assist them. Footage shows the undercover officer and one deputy were to the left and rear of the truck as a third deputy stood on the truck's right, back passenger door where Askins was seated.
The deputy asked Askins to exit the truck moments before he opened the door with a gun raised. The deputy sprung back, falling down into the ditch and appeared to shoot at Askins from the ground. Within seconds, all three officers fired their weapons at Askins after he ignored the deputy's command not to move and continued advancing toward the fallen deputy, gun raised. “Shots fired,” an officer shouted as a deputy is seen from his body camera footage reloading his weapon and approaching Askins, who fell to the ground after officers opened fire. Spurlock said the undercover officer and the deputy believed Askins had shot at the deputy standing by his door when they fired their weapons. All three officers were placed on administrative leave and two have returned to duty. The third has not returned for reasons unrelated to the case, Spurlock said. The sheriff confirmed in the Sept. 17 news conference Askins was wanted for felony charges and likely gave officer multiple names to avoid being identified.
Spurlock said they are still determining if the gun he attempted to use against officers was legally purchased. Court records show Askins was charged with a slew of felonies from El Paso County, including drug possession, felony menacing with a real or simulated weapon and sexual contact without consent, among others. The active warrants were for second-degree burglary and failure to appear in court, according to the sheriff's office. Three people — two women and a man — were in the truck with Askins but none were injured or charged with crimes related to this or other incidents. Some details in the case haven't been released yet because the investigation is on-going, Spurlock said, including names of the officers involved. The 18th Judicial District Attorney's Office is investigating the shooting to determine if officers were justified in using lethal force. Spurlock said his agency's investigation is being aided by the Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office.
Grand Rapids police have released the body camera footage of an officer shooting a dog. It happened early Friday morning in the 1700 block of Kalamazoo Avenue SE.
Officers were called to the scene on a report of an aggressive dog chasing people around the area. Police said officers spent 30 minutes trying to capture the dog and to identify and get in contact with its owner.
At that point, police say the dog charged at an officer in the street after it charged at a neighbor exiting their house. The officer shot the dog twice as it approached him. Police say the dog is still alive and has been reunited with its owner.
A Multnomah County Grand Jury has cleared two Portland State University (PSU) officers of criminal wrongdoing in the fatal shooting of Jason Washington.
This video, provided by the District Attorney's Office shows a longer version of the events that took place when Peach County deputies Daryl Smallwood and Patrick Sondron responded to a call about a man threatening people's lives.
A police officer was justified in shooting a man suspected of robbing a Capitol Hill convenience store at gunpoint and will not face charges, the Denver District Attorney's Office said Wednesday.
This is the terrifying moment a blood-soaked killer was detained by police after "almost decapitating" his victim in a brutal knife attack.
Dramatic body-cam footage shows PC Richard Edge with his taser directed on crazed Martin McDermott moments after he murdered 44-year-old Leslie Salmon.
The officer can be heard barking orders at McDermott, whose hands are covered in blood, as he approaches him in the garden of a bail hostel in Derby in August last year.
With his taser draw, PC Edge yells: "Stand still, if you make any threats I will taser you.
"Turn around, walk forward, put your hands on that shed, stand still.
"If you make any threats to myself or others I will taser you, do you understand?"
Dude wasn't having any of the cops b.s.
Upon making contact, the officers verbally confirmed Richard Mendoza was still on Federal Probation and requested he step out of the vehicle. When he did so, Mendoza produced a semiautomatic pistol and, without warning, began firing rounds at the officers, resulting in an Officer Involved Shooting.
A man who hacked the head off his own wife after accusing her of cheating carried it into a police station and confessed to her murder.
Satish pulled the severed and bloody head from a bin bag and waved it by his hair as disgusted officers shouted at him to put it back away.
Branding a machete the 35-year-old stood in the police station while a stunned officer filmed on his mobile phone.
He puts wife Roopa's head away, before pulling it out again closer to the camera, showing the woman's features and dark hair.
The man had entered the police station, in the town of Ajjampura in southern India.
He said: "This is my wife, sir.
"I gave her all the love I could."
Dramatic footage captured the moment a brave woman taken hostage by an armed robber outside a pawn shop in Las Vegas grabbed his gun before before officers shot him.
The incident was captured on the bodycams of three officers who were called to a robbery in progress at the SuperPawn shop at 1150 S. Rainbow Boulevard at 1.10pm on September 3.
They were told the suspect, later identified as Mario Trejo, 27, was wearing all-black clothing and a motorcycle helmet and was armed with a handgun.
A man cut a police officer's throat during a struggle in Nanjing City, east China's Jiangsu Province last week. The man, suspected of having problems with his employer, blocked the company's front gate with a car.
The police stopped him as he tried to escape. Then, as law enforcers tried to subdue him, he slashed an officer's throat with a knife he was wielding. The officer underwent a two-hour surgery and is now out of danger. Meanwhile the suspect was arrested.
A Pasco County deputy was fast on his feet in an attempt to save a man from drowning.
Deputy Taylor Grant was responded to a drowning call in the area of Green Key Road in Holiday at about 8 a.m.
Thursday, according to the sheriff's office. The 51-year-old victim was five acres away and a 10-foot security fence was standing in between them.
But Grant managed to scale the fence and ran to the man in time to save his life, authorities said.
Body cam video shows a woman yelling for help as she tries to hold the man, who is trapped in between a seawall and a floating walkway, above the water. Within seconds, Grant pulls the man from the water and starts performing CPR.
The man was rushed to North Bay Hospital where he remains in critical condition and will be intubated for an unknown amount of time, according to hospital officials.