"I don't know why I shot" were words uttered by Officer Lena Mino only hours from completing her 1-year probationary period. Investigators claimed the slow moving vehicle was of no immediate threat to her, and panic led to her firing at the suspect. Fortunately, the bullet lodged into the door and nobody was injured.
Red Bluff police have released bodycam footage of a fatal shooting of a man that occurred in the early morning of 4/14/2019.
The man was identified as Henry Lane, 42 of Red Bluff, California. A Red Bluff police officer shot and killed Lane after he allegedly threatened to hit him and other officers with a large stick.
Lane was shot early on Antelope Boulevard just east of Rio Street, according to a news release from the Red Bluff Police Department.
A statement from Red Bluff police Chief Kyle Sanders said officers contacted Lane shortly after midnight Sunday. Officers demanded Lane drop the large stick he was carrying, but he refused and walked away from officers, Sanders said.
Officers used "less-than-lethal tools," including a stun gun and a bean bag round fired from a gun, to get Lane man to comply, Sanders said. "These attempts proved ineffective and the male came toward officers with the large stick raised in preparation to strike at the officers. One officer then fired one round from his service pistol, striking the male in his upper body," Sanders said.
After the shooting, officers began life-saving measures on Lane until paramedics arrived and took him to St. Elizabeth Community Hospital in Red Bluff, where he was declared dead. Red Bluff Cpl. Stephen Harper fired the shot that killed the suspect, Sanders said.
Harper is a 15-year police veteran who has been with the Red Bluff Police Department for 3½ years, Sanders said. Harper was placed on administrative leave.
None of the officers involved in the incident were injured, the chief said.
Red Bluff police will conduct an internal investigation into the shooting, and the Tehama County District Attorney's Office will also conduct an independent investigation, Sanders said.
The District Attorney's office has completed its review of a violent incident last year in which two San Diego police officers were shot, officers were forced to scramble for cover and return fire, and the suspect eventually took his own life. On June 23, 2018, San Diego Police officers were called to a condominium unit in the College area to investigate a violent disturbance.
Officers smelled smoke coming from the condo and called firefighters to assess the situation. Police knocked on the door for more than 20 minutes but got no response. To ensure there was no fire danger, fire personnel forced entry into the home. Joe Darwish, 28, immediately opened fire on police and fire officials with a large caliber weapon, striking one police officer in the back. Two officers returned fire while backing away from the residence, providing cover for the wounded officer.
The officer who had been shot fell onto his back and was initially unable to move. After several seconds, he managed to roll onto his stomach and was able to crawl down the hallway in an attempt to get out of the line of fire. During the ensuing gun battle, a second police officer was shot by Darwish.
Darwish fired at least twenty-two shots at police. Eventually, the shooting stopped and Darwish was found dead from a self-inflicted gunshot wound to his head. He had also been struck in the arm and face from one of the officers' shotgun fire. The San Diego Medical Examiner ruled Darwish's death a suicide.
"This harrowing incident shows just how quickly a routine call for service can turn deadly for police officers who suddenly found themselves in the line of fire, trying to protect their wounded fellow officers and keep the shooter from endangering members of the public," said District Attorney Summer Stephan. "It's a tribute to these officers' bravery and quick response that the gunman didn't injure more people or kill the officers and firefighters involved." Darwish was wearing a bullet-proof vest and was armed with a homemade assault weapon and a homemade 9 mm semi-automatic pistol.
Neither weapon had a serial number and the guns were not registered. After a thorough review, the District Attorney's Office determined officers were justified in using deadly force to defend against Darwish's attempts to kill them and others. Both officers who were shot survived their injuries.
WARNING, GRAPHIC FOOTAGE: Baytown PD in Texas are reported to be investigating the shooting which was filmed and posted on social media
A woman can be heard shouting 'I'm pregnant' before being shot by police.
A video of the altercation between the woman - said to have been unarmed - and police in Baytown, Texas is being widely shared online.
The woman has not been identified at this stage but an investigation into the shooting is underway, according to US reports.
In the video, the woman can be heard saying that she is pregnant moments before being shot.
Police say she had managed to arm herself with the officer's Taser before being shot.
The cop spends way too much time arguing with this fool, should have just tased him, cuffed him and slammed him into the patrol car. End of story.
The Athens-Clarke County Police Department released body camera video they say shows a man pointing a shotgun at an officer who was responding to a peeping Tom call. he man in the video was killed in his doorway, and Officer Ethan Marsden, 31, who shot him, is now on a temporary assignment until the Georgia Bureau of Investigation finishes the investigation. Around 11:40 p.m. April 20, a neighbor called police and said that 63-year-old Carlton Brooks was using binoculars to stare at her for 30 minutes while she was sitting in her car. Video shows when police arrived at Brooks' home, they came face-to-face with the suspected peeping Tom, who they say was holding a gun.
In the video, officers asked him to dropped his weapon: "Sir, put the weapon down. Put the weapon down." They said he never dropped it. Instead, they said Brooks raised the gun and that's when Marsden shot Brooks twice in the stomach. "Based on the law, the officer was protecting himself -- and not only him but another officer -- from a serious threat," Athens-Clarke County Deputy Chief Jeff Clark said. Police said they had been called to Brooks' address before. The GBI will make the final determination as to whether the shooting was justified.
Police video released Thursday shows a man tackling police before being arrested.
On April 30, 2019 in the 5000 block of Northwest 100th street, Marion County Sheriff's Office detectives conducted a felony traffic stop on a 2004 white Ford 150 pickup truck that was reported stolen. The driver, Daniel Eugene Bolden (DOB:12/04/1975), decided not to comply with the detectives and fled in the stolen vehicle and a pursuit was initiated.
During the pursuit detectives deployed stop-sticks which flattened three of the trucks 4 tires. Bolden pulled the pickup truck off the road and fled on foot, he was informed to stop or the K-9 would be released.
Air-One was able to guide the deputies and detectives through the chase safely. Bolden continued to run and K-9 Duder caught up and apprehended him.
A woman was killed Thursday night after jumping from a moving vehicle driven by a suspected drunk driver, Scottsdale police report.
Police say that they responded to 65th Street and Indian School Road around 8 p.m. for reports of a person in the roadway.
On scene, they found 24-year-old Summer Leann Crosswhite in the road. She was transported to a local hospital where she died.
Police say Crosswhite and her friend, 21-year-old Courtney Kiser, had been drinking in downtown Scottsdale. Kiser then reportedly drove home with Crosswhite in the front passenger seat.
At some point, Kiser and Crosswhite got into an argument.
Some time during or after the argument, Crosswhite reportedly opened the passenger-side door and jumped out of the moving car.
Kiser remained at the scene, police say. She was arrested for DUI.
The incident remains under investigation.
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The man was running from the K9 unit & sat down at someone's property.
During the morning hours of Friday, May 3, 2019, the Oxnard Police Department’s dispatch center received multiple calls from a female reporting a woman with a knife in the area of 1835 San Gorgonio, and then behind the Carl’s Jr. on the 400 block of North Rose Avenue. The female was described as being 18 years in age, wearing a red shirt and blue shorts. During the first call to the dispatch center, it was reported that she “seems disturbed” and that she was walking around and waving a knife. The caller also indicated that the female was possibly armed with a gun. The caller recontacted dispatch three (3) additional times, and during these calls stated that the female was “getting increasingly worse” and that she was screaming and threatening people.
Oxnard Police Officer Timothy Roberts arrived on scene first, and made verbal contact with a female in the dirt field behind the business. The female approached, and then brandished a large kitchen knife (pictured below) at the officer. The officer drew his handgun and made several verbal requests for her to drop the weapon. The female ignored and expressly refused the officer’s requests, and began to advance on him. The officer retreated in an attempt to create space between them. The officer continued to give the female verbal commands to drop the weapon as he retreated backwards through the parking lot. As the second officer arrived on scene and was retrieving a “beanbag” shotgun, the female ran directly towards Officer Roberts with the knife in her hand. Officer Roberts fired his weapon, and the female was struck by gunfire. Officers promptly rendered first aid to her until medical personnel arrived on scene.
The female’s face has been blurred because of her age. Audio that identifies her by name has also been redacted. During the incident, the female brandished a large kitchen knife. During the investigation, detectives determined that the multiple calls made into the Oxnard Police Department’s dispatch center came from the phone that was in the female’s possession. Detectives have also discovered evidence that supports the position that the female deliberately intended to be shot by an officer. At the time of this news release the female is in an area hospital in “critical but stable” condition. A criminal investigation is continuing. Officer Roberts has been employed by the Oxnard Police Department since 2015, and is currently assigned to the Department’s Patrol Division. At the time of this update, he is on paid administrative leave, which is standard procedure for officer-involved shootings.
Suspect Trenelle Cannon's girlfriend, Shakira Smith, films San Diego Police officers violently arresting him over outstanding firearm and robbery warrants.
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SAN MARCOS, Texas (FOX 7 Austin) - Texas State University has identified the students who were arrested on campus during counter protests. In anticipation of Texas nomads SAR arrival, students gathered Wednesday to counter protest the outside group's demonstration.
A fight broke out and campus police arrested four Texas State students. According to a statement released by the University no tasers were used and no students were harmed.
One Anaheim police officer has been fired and a second is facing department discipline for shooting and killing a 50-year-old man during a slow-speed pursuit through a residential neighborhood last July. The firing comes just after Orange County District Attorney’s Office Wednesday released alarming and violent dashcam and bodycam video from the July 21, 2018, shooting of Eliuth Penaloza Nava. According to the report from the DA’s office, officers Sean Staymates and Kevin Pedersen fired on Nava a staggering 76 times. “The fact that the two involved officers discharged their weapons 76 times, from a moving patrol car at Nava’s moving car, at approximately 9:30 a.m. on a Saturday morning, in a residential neighborhood where residents, including children, were home and on the streets, was alarming and irresponsible based on the totality of all the circumstances in this specific case,” Deputy District Attorney Scott Wooldridge wrote in his analysis.
While Wooldridge found that the officers acted irresponsibly, he determined there was “a lack of sufficient evidence” to bring criminal charges against the officers. Later Wednesday, Anaheim police announced that one of the officers had been fired and the second was facing discipline. On the morning of July 21, the officers were called to a home in the 500 block of W. West Street on a report from Nava’s family that he was acting erratically, appeared to be on drugs and may be armed. Officers arrived to find him sitting his car, which was parked outside his family’s home. He then drove away, prompting a slow-speed chase. During the pursuit, the officers saw him waving a gun and opened fire on him throughout the pursuit. It was later determined that Nava was in fact carrying a CO2 air pistol BB gun. An autopsy determined he sustained at least nine gunshot wounds.
Body camera footage shows Clovis Police Department officer Brent Aguilar fatally shoot 22-year-old suspected car thief after a pursuit in New Mexico.
A New Jersey police officer threatened to 'knock out' two men and set his dog on them during a traffic stop if they refused to comply with his orders.
Footage shows Atlantic City officer Andrew Jaques unleashing a verbal tirade against driver Antoine Jones, 22 his and passenger Brian Wilson, 21, after another officer, Glenn Anthony Abrams Jr, pulled them over on February 14, 2017.
The video, obtained by NJ.com, forms the basis of a lawsuit in which the two African American men accuse Jacques, Abrams Jr and Atlantic City of racial profiling and false imprisonment.
The lawsuit alleges that Jaques pulled up to the scene 'like a lunatic' and then approached the passenger-side window of their 2001 Saturn before verbally abusing them.
Protests are expected Wednesday at the Texas Capitol following newly revealed video showing the controversial traffic stop of Sandra Bland. The 39-second cell phone footage, recorded by Bland, shows the moments before her arrest in 2015. She was found dead three days later, hanging in her jail cell. Her family is calling for a new investigation. Mireya Villarreal reports.
On Sunday, Rio Vista, California police pulled over a woman for driving with expired tags. She’d been on her way to a family event, and when her mother heard about the police stop, she arrived at the scene to see what was happening. In the video, the officer lunges at the young woman and tackles her, prompting the family to accuse him of using excessive force.
When police rolled up on Arthur Carracino, the Florida man was dressed in nothing but a Speedo and an open flannel shirt, standing proudly beside his marijuana plant. Carracino offered for officers to smoke with him, but to his dismay, they refused. Officers wound up arresting the 65-year-old, but not before he made a particular request. InsideEdition.com's Stephanie Officer explains.
West Wendover police shot and killed a Utah man during a standoff after chasing him up and down a busy street on 12/08/2018.
Dashcam footage released by the Little Rock Police department shows the incident where Bradley Blackshire was shot and killed during a traffic stop in Arkansas by Officer Charles Starks.
According to a spokeswoman for the department, Officer Seth Thompson was working a minor accident on Timberland Drive that occurred around 12:30 p.m. The vehicles involved pulled into the Cox Muffler parking lot, where a secondary accident which injured Thompson occurred around 12:52 p.m.
In the dashcam video, you can see what appears to be a white SUV crossing lanes of traffic and entering a parking lot before hitting the Lufkin police vehicle. Bodycam video also shows the impact from the point of view of Officer Thompson.
According to Jessica Pebsworth, Public Relations Specialist for the Lufkin Police Department, Officer Thompson is continuing his recovery in Tyler. He said he knows what an amazing community this is from the support his family received following his cancer diagnosis in 2017 and its return in 2018, followed shortly thereafter by a diagnosis of stage 4 breast cancer for his wife Hannah last year. She continues her fight today.
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A teen identified as 18-year-old Anthony Jose Vega Cruz was fatally shot by police. Police said Vega Cruz crashed into a cruiser and then drove at Officer Layau Eulizier Jr. That’s when the officer started shooting. Since the shooting happened, protestors have been reacting. Cornell Lewis has organized several protests since the shooting.
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A Fort Worth probationary officer fired by the police chief for shooting at a Jeep whose driver tried to flee a traffic stop was caught on dash cam audio remarking that she was going to get in trouble and “I don’t know why I shot,” according to police documents.
Denver police sergeant Rudolph Suniga is suspended for putting car theft suspect into a chokehold. The practice of detaining a suspect is in violation with Denver police departments policies.
Off-duty cop Amber Guyger shot Botham Jean after she walked into his apartment