New York, NY - An NYPD police officer threatens and makes drug accusations against a young man who was on his way to the hospital to see his mother. The officer backs down once he finds out that he is being recorded.
Description via Pio Seminole Sheriff: "On Saturday, members of the Seminole County Sheriff’s Office (SCSO) Aviation Unit teamed up with the Seminole County Fire Department to rescue two men after their boat capsized on Lake Harney. It all started at around 11:15 a.m., when the men stated their boat suddenly started taking on water and within 10 minutes overturned. Our SCSO Alert helicopter responded and quickly located the men in the middle of the massive lake, still holding on to the sinking boat. Flight crew members deployed emergency inflatable devices to help keep the men afloat and then guided a Seminole County Fire Department rescue team to their location. Both men were assisted into the rescue boat and transported safely back to land."
A woman who confidently performed a cartwheel for officers during a field sobriety test was nonetheless arrested on suspicion of driving while intoxicated. Albuquerque PD were dispatched after receiving reports of a black Volkswagen sedan that witnesses said was driving recklessly in the area. Cops say inside they found 23-year-old Bryelle Marshall apparently passed out behind the wheel. An officer's bodycam shows a suspect complete one cartwheel before a second attempt ends less successfully.
Just in time! Police bust window to rescue man from car crash
Pasco County Deputy Anthony Petersen and two residents rescued a man from a burning vehicle on Saturday around 4:19 a.m. The driver had been traveling westbound on SR 52 near Kent Grove Dr. when the driver traveled backward suddenly towards a tree, according to Deputy Petersen. Petersen along with two residents assisted in dragging the incoherent and combative driver of the vehicle to safety soon after the crash occurred. A body cam attached to Deputy Peterson captured the whole incident. He is seen in the video running towards the car to assist the driver in the burning vehicle. Corporal Peterson arrived at the scene of the crash as the closest respondent to the call on the crash. "There were about 15 to 20-foot flames coming out the hood of the car when I responded to call," Corporal Peterson said at the press conference held Monday afternoon. The two residents ran over to assist the deputy following the crash. The deputy and residents were able to get one of the rear doors of the vehicle open and pull the male driver out of the car. "At that moment, it's kind of instinctual and training, it's not something that you're thinking about, you just try to focus on your training," Petersen said. The two residents are being deemed as heroes as well for stopping to assist the driver and deputy. The first resident has been identified as 26-year-old Crystian Martinez. Martinez is an EMT and he stopped and responded to the car when he saw movement and fire rising from the car. "To me, I'm a single parent, so that's all I could think about, is in case this driver might be a single driver. Whether he was a parent or not, we were going to get him out of that vehicle alive. I've had a difficult time getting hired lately, so I took this as a sign that this is what I need to be doing, this is what I love to do," Martinez added. The second person has been identified as Randy Breighner, who was heading home from work. He pulled off to assist Martinez who was already trying to help the driver. "I just ran in and helped the two guys out. I couldn't take a chance of this guy burning to death and letting the two other guys get hurt. I was just grateful the guy was still alive and that the car didn't explode," Breighner said. The fire department arrived at the scene of the crash shortly after the three men were able to pull the driver out of the vehicle. The Florida Highway Patrol confirmed that alcohol was a factor in the crash. The driver had minor reported injuries.
City in Florida - Port Orange police detectives on Friday released body camera video taken during the arrest of a man who stands accused in the attempted kidnapping of a teenage girl. Jonathan Buchanan, 26, was taken into custody on Thursday, the same day authorities said he tried to kidnap a girl who was walking by herself along Peninsula Drive to catch a school bus. "A car approached her from behind, stopped the car in the middle of the road,, suspect got out and tried to make small talk with our victim," said Chief Frank Fabrazio. He says the situation escalated fast. "Then, [he] actually grabbed her in the rear end, grabbed her hand when she pulled away. He grabbed her put one hand around her waist one hand around her mouth and tried to drag her into his car." The 16-year-old fought back, swinging and biting. "She tried to bite his hand and that's when he let go and that's when she started screaming and he went ran back to the car and took off," said Chief Fabrazio. The victim called 911 and within minutes Daytona Shores Police saw the suspect's car going 70 miles per hour heading towards the bridge to the mainland. "What I think was a little odd, when the police officer pulled him over, his pants were unbuttoned and the zipper was open, he had a teddy bear in the car. I don't think those are normal things someone drives around with," said Chief Fabrazio. Investigators say the victim was able to positively ID her attacker and that Buchanan had a fresh mark on his hand. "He had an inch or two scratch on his hand, could have been from a tooth or braces." Chief Fabrazio says the brave teen's quick thinking saved her from a very dangerous situation. "Based on the info I have right now, I think his intentions were very bad." Buchanan made his first appearance before a judge on Friday. He is being held on a $75,000 bond. His attorney said that bond amount is excessive and they will be asking for another bond hearing in the near future.
A 16-year-old boy and his family are suing the Rotterdam New York police department for $1 million after two officers broke his arm during a scuffle. The teenager was refusing to leave a bus and was not cooperating with police. Police say the officer did not intentionally mean to break the teenager's arm. Had the teenager cooperated with police this situation would not have occurred.
A state trooper attempting to make a traffic stop was dragged and injured by a driver on Long Island and cellphone video shows some of the dramatic moments unfolding. There was a struggle and when the trooper tried to arrest the driver, police say he took off with the trooper hanging from the window. The Honda Accord coup then crashed into the center median.
A 19-year-old man charged with first-degree murder in the death of an 11-year-old girl who was shot in the head was beaten at the courthouse by another alleged murderer.
Antwan C. Jones, who was charged with the shooting of Takiya Holmes, was sitting in Leighton Criminal Courthouse in Chicago on Wednesday.
Surveillance video appeared to show him taking a nap while awaiting a bond hearing, when another prisoner, Renard Williams, 24, suddenly ran over to him and began pummeling the suspect with his fists. Surveillance video captured the odd scene.
Jailers said they had no idea why Williams took it upon himself to beat Jones, as they know of no connection between the two or between Williams and Holmes.
However, the community in general was outraged by the shooting of the little girl, which happened when Williams allegedly opened fire on rival gang members, and helped police identify the suspect.
However, it’s not even known if Williams knew who the sleeping prisoner was.
‘We don’t know one way or the other,’ said said Cara Smith, chief policy officer for Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart, who runs the jail, according to DNAInfo.
The incident occurred on 2 February, 2017 in Macon, Georgia. No further information is available at present.
Oviedo Police have released body cam footage showing an shooting that led to officer Matthew Danler being indicted for two counts of aggravated battery, one could of shooting into an occupied vehicle. Officer Danler claims the driver tried to run him over, but investigators are not sure if the shooting was justified. The suspect's attorney claims the his client's car pulled into the street and was in the correct lane, and that he never veered towards the officer. Suspect Jason Scott survived the shooting and has been charged with aggravated assault and fleeing and eluding.
Muslim savage pinned down & maced for fighting police car search. This is what happens when you don't follow the law in most countries. Your race or religion doesn't matter when you snap on cops!
NEWINGTON . A man who police are on the lookout for after they said he dragged a cop as he took off from him, has a history of stealing in Hartford, according to Hartford police. Newington Police said on Saturday at 2:05 p.m. they responded to a report of a shoplifting in progress at the Best Market located at 175 Lowrey Place. An employee of Best Market saw a man and woman leaving the store without paying for $190 worth of beer. The man, described as white with facial hair wearing a black hat and black hooded sweatshirt, fled the scene in a green Honda Civic just before police arrived. The woman, identified as Sandra Weeks, was arrested without incident on scene and taken into custody. Police said another officer responded and saw the suspect vehicle traveling east on East Cedar Street. The officer stopped the vehicle just over the Wethersfield town line on Wells Road. As the officer approached the vehicle, he observed the driver reaching for a handgun on the dashboard and a struggle ensued. The suspect then fled east on Wells Road at a high rate of speed and the officer was dragged alongside the suspect vehicle for approximately 150 yards, at which time the officer was able to free himself. The officer sustained minor injuries as a result of the incident. Sandra Weeks was charged with sixth-degree larceny and released on a $5,000 bail. She is due in court on Monday, February 27. She claimed to know the suspect as “Josh and said he is known to go to Elliot Street in Hartford to buy crack. He is known to park and sleep in his car in an area near St. Michael’s Catholic Church by Wethersfield Avenue and Colt Park and known to police to sell stolen goods at a bodega near Elliot Street and Barker Street. Weeks said that the man was responsible for several larcenies in Hartford that happened on Friday, possibly of a Rite Aid and CVS. She added that there was a CT registration plate in the car that starts with the letters “AG”. The suspect remains at large but the car was recovered.
Rioting breaks out in the tense Paris suburb of Aulnay-sous-Bois following an incident in which a young black suspect was reportedly sexually assaulted by a truncheon-wielding policeman
Police chase a stolen moped in Merton and manage to knock off and arrest the thief.
A man has been arrested after police say he led them on a chase in a stolen vehicle. Kettering Police say an officer saw a suspicious vehicle on Shroyer Road near Dorothy Lane on Saturday night, January 14. The officer checked the vehicle's registration and found out it was stolen out of Beavercreek. The officer started chasing the driver southbound on Far Hills Avenue into Washington Township, that's where the driver drove into Hithergreen Activity Center and into a wooded path. The officer followed, but his cruiser became stuck. The people inside the vehicle jumped out and started running. A K-9 officer ended up finding one of the people in the vehicle hiding in a back yard under a boat. Edmundas Baublys, 30, has been arrested on charges of obstructing official business. Police say the matter is still under investigation.
Dozens of police officers stormed a London home at the crack of dawn in a bid to target thieves behind scores of moped robberies in the capital.
A central Florida deputy accused of stealing money out of people's wallets is caught on his own body camera. Deputy John Braman's body camera shows him taking $200 out of a suspect's wallet during a DUI arrest. The Sheriff's office says Braman was under investigation earlier this month for allegedly turning off his body camera and taking money from multiple people's wallets. Deputy Braman has since resigned and could face criminal charges down the line. "The guy just takes $200 bills out of the client's wallet, throws them in his trunk, folds the wallet back up, shuts the trunk." said a local defense attorney. "The wallet is booked in inventory less $200 and then that $200 in his trunk," he said. "This organization has received several complaints that Deputy Braman during car stops in which he arrested the operator of the vehicle for DUI charges was stealing money from their wallets while he was processing those prisoners," said the county Sheriff. The Sheriff's office says Braman has a lengthy discipline history. He served a 12-hour suspension without pay for missing at least eight traffic hearings in a span of 14 months. They say he also missed at least three hearings in 2016.
A fight in a Florida bar escalated and eventually spilled out onto the street where one of the people involved was restrained by police
Police at Saettle-Tacoma International airport pepper-sprayed protesters after giving them a final order to disperse. The crowd was protesting President Trump's immigration ban from seven Muslim-majority countries. Protesters converged on at least eight major US airports, demonstrating against the policy, which critics see as a Muslim ban, and other White House actions.
A group of anti-Trump leftists were still protesting in Portland and have begun attempting to block the tram to no avail. Watch how quickly Portland police swooped in and remove the unruly idiots attempting to hold up people from getting to work simply because they hate Trump for reasons still unknown.
Norton police officers save man trapped in in a car engulfed in flames
PC Steve Ozden cracked his head on a pavement in Deptford High Street, south London after an infuriated squatter Robert John Byles aggressively pushed him when the officer tried to evict the him.
Brazilian Police Use Shotgun to Keep Prisoners in Line
CLEVELAND, Ohio -- A man in sitting in jail under investigation for spitting on a Cleveland police officer when a protest erupted into chaos in front of a FOX 8 I-Team camera. It happened downtown Friday afternoon. Cleveland police blocked streets and cleared a path for a group of protesters marching to speak out against Donald Trump as president. Suddenly, a woman and a man could be seen interfering with a bike patrol officer riding alongside the group. As the officer moved to grab the man, he pulled away and spit in the face of the officer. As police handcuffed the man and started to walk him away, a woman tried to get in the middle of it. Police pushed her away and she ended up on the ground. And moments after that, another woman got into a struggle with police. She ended up taken to jail. The I-Team has learned she’s 21, and she could face charges of aggravated disorderly conduct and resisting arrest. The man, we’ve learned, is 19 from Cleveland’s west side. He could face the same charges as the woman along with a felony charge of assault on a police officer for the spitting. We’re watching for charges to be filed, so we can find out more about the suspects.
Police Uses Rear Naked Choke to Subdue Criminal Happened in Brazil
Police were there to help when a deer found itself in a tough situation. Dashcam footage shows officials from the Grant County Sheriff's Office in Wisconsin pull up to a fence with a deer stuck on top. It appears the animal tried to clear the barricade but was unable to after his hind legs got stuck. Authorities quickly worked to free the deer by lifting his limbs just before it successfully ran away.
Sacramento police officer suggests using a bat to mellow out suspect Dazion Flenaugh after he escaped from cop car
The unidentified man claims he ran into the store to buy a lottery ticket and was only parked illegally for about 45 seconds. When he returned, a police cruiser was behind his vehicle preventing him from pulling out of the spot. "You thought I was just a regular f---ing n----- out here," the unidentified man tells the cops and proceeds to verbally assault them for more than 10 minutes.
Seattle, WA - Suspect become a human speed bump.
I also happen to be an animal rights activist and a vegan and I don’t think that pig is a dirty word. I feel we demonized animals especially farm animals and it’s something we need to look at. These are God’s creatures and we should show them respect. So I think the very notion of using the word pig is an insult to animals and an insult to nature….
Rep. William Lacy Clay, D-Mo., and other black lawmakers will hold a Tuesday event to rehang a painting that depicts police as pigs, just days after Rep. Duncan Hunter, R-Calif., took it down.
A top aide to Clay told the Washington Examiner Clay also plans to file a "complaint" with the U.S. Capitol Police against Hunter for removing the painting. Last week, Hunter removed a painting by high school student David Pulphus that shows police depicted as pigs in a standoff with protesters.
The painting won Clay's congressional art competition in May 2016, and is an ode to the protests in Ferguson, Mo., which falls in Clay's district. Other works of art produced by students are also hung in the Cannon Office Building tunnel.
Members of the Congressional Black Caucus will hold an event Tuesday morning to rehang the painting in the tunnel.