While roaming the streets of New Zealand at night you may encounter some crazy things, and some hilarious!
Watch this clearly gay New Zealander have a fun time playing around with police officers during a patrol of streets.
A Marysville strip club is raising money for two Yuba County sheriff deputies that were injured weeks ago during a shooting on a marijuana grow farm. The sheriff's office is not associated itself with the fundraiser, but they cannot prevent it from happening either.
A naked man was wrestled through the window of his own home after police allegedly stormed the wrong address. The anonymous nude man has shared dramatic video footage online after the incident in June this year. He's shown hanging half out of the window, turning the camera on himself, with officers in the background. Several officers appear to try to pull the man back inside the property - as he claims they are "punching" him in the back. Afterwards, the man displays a number of injuries he apparently suffered in the incident, including a mark across his face, as well as marks along his arms and chest. The video was uploaded to YouTube, with the caption: "Police ran into the wrong house and tried to stop me putting them on live stream. "I held the phone out of their reach got it on live stream." The Metropolitan Police has been contacted for comment, but it is not clear where in London the video was filmed.
A police department has defended an officer after he was filmed detaining a 14-year-old autistic boy who he thought was taking drugs. The youngster was held on the ground in July when Officer David Grossman from Buckeye police department in Arizona, US, believed he was using an inhalant. At the time, he was actually self-stimulating, which is common among those on the autistic spectrum and involves a repetitive behaviour, which has a calming effect. The boy held a piece of yarn close to his face, but Officer Grossman apparently mistook this for inhaling. Bodycam footage released by the police department shows the officer approaching the teenager , who holds up the yarn and tries to explain what he was doing. It then shows the officer, who is trained in drug use recognition, grabbing and handcuffing the boy, which sends him into a panic. The youngster shouts: "I'm ok, I'm ok." They are then seen on the ground, where the officer holds the teenager and tells him to 'stay down'. Buckeye Police Department maintains that the officer did not do anything wrong and says the pair fell during a struggle. However, the family has hired an attorney.
After a third night of violence and unrest in St. Louis, about 100 protesters marched in silence along downtown streets Monday during the morning rush hour. Once they reached City Hall, the silence gave way to chants for justice.
The city has been marked by protests since Friday, when former police officer Jason Stockley was acquitted on charges of murdering a black motorist after a police chase in 2011. Stockley is white.
Overnight Sunday, police arrested more than 80 people after a peaceful protest turned violent as night fell. In a concentrated area downtown, some protesters smashed windows and overturned trash cans, while others threw chemicals and rocks at police, authorities said.
“After the demonstration, organizers announced that the daytime protest was over,” Mayor Lyda Krewson said in news conference at about 1 a.m. Monday. “But a group of agitators stayed behind, apparently intent on breaking windows and destroying property.”
She declined to take reporters’ questions.
Some protesters complained that police were unnecessarily aggressive. Further inflaming tensions, a St. Louis photographer reported he and others heard police chant “whose streets, our streets” after making some arrests.
An altercation between police and an allegedly drunk driver turned deadly in Bend, Oregon, where two officers fired a Taser and then a gun at Michael Tyler Jacques, killing him.
A police officer has been 'relieved of his duty' after he was recorded saying he would 'choke the life out' of a suspect while he was arresting him. Joseph Bogard, 32, has had his weapon and badge revoked in Ohio, USA, after video emerged of an arrest. Bogard arrested Timothy Davis on September 1 - and video appears to show him slinging punches at the suspect. He was also recorded telling a Davis he would 'arm-bar' him. A voice recording caught him saying: "And when that still doesn't work, I'm going to choke the life out of you." Chief Kim Jacobs, of the Columbus Division, announced an internal investigation after the footage emerged.
Georgia Tech police shot dead a barefoot student carrying a knife late on Saturday night during a LGBTQ protest. The student, 21-year-old Scout Schultz, who identified as gender non-binary, was seen walking toward police - who issued several warnings to drop what officers believed was a knife. The tense encounter was caught on camera- in which the student can be seen walking close and closer to the police officers and shouting 'shoot me.' 'Nobody wants to hurt you,' one of the officers can be heard saying. Schultz was then shot once and immediately crumpled to the ground, screaming out in pain.
A white former police officer was acquitted Friday in the 2011 death of a black man who was fatally shot following a high-speed chase, and hundreds of demonstrators streamed into the streets of downtown St. Louis and later an upscale neighborhood to protest the verdict that had stirred fears of civil unrest for weeks.
Ahead of the acquittal, activists had threatened civil disobedience if Jason Stockley were not convicted, including possible efforts to shut down highways. Barricades went up last month around police headquarters, the courthouse where the trial was held and other potential protest sites. Protesters were marching within hours of the decision.
More than a dozen arrests were made, and several officers were hurt as the day went on.
You may remember Lacy MacAuley as the Antifa chick, just like every other lunatic leftist, ((who fell in love with Islam and became obsessed with helping Syrian ‘refugees’)), wholeheartedly believing that Islam is the religion of peace.
She detailed her experience dating a Turkish Muslim man in a blog post, describing the hell and fear she lived in because he controlled every move she made, beat and raped her.
Islam is still the ‘religion of peace’, eh Lacy?
Trump supporters recognized Lacy MacAuley and trolled her as she was being led out by police. They shouted ‘go home commie!’ and even brought her Turkish ex-boyfriend. OUCH.
Now if you want something for me, watch this Russian to break the window of this woman who is absolutely refusing to cooperate with but acting incredibly hysterical as he attempts to smash the window.
About 1,000 protesters surrounded the home of St. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson in the Central West End late Friday, breaking at least two windows and throwing red paint at the brick house before some 200 police in riot gear moved in to break it up.
There was no indication on the scene that Krewson was in the home at the time.
A total of nine police officers had been reported injured as of 9 p.m., including one officer with a dislocated shoulder and an officer with a possible broken jaw, Acting Police Chief Lawrence O'Toole said shortly after midnight Saturday, appearing with Krewson in a video. A Highway Patrol trooper was also reported injured.
The fatal police shooting of a knife-wielding man who pointed a fake gun at them during an hours-long standoff was captured on cameras worn by four officers Wednesday, the first time such an incident has been captured on the devices, NYPD officials said.
The officers had been called to 3700 Pratt Ave., near Conner Street, minutes after 4 p.m. to check on a tenant there, but he confronted them with weapons when the building's landlord used a screwdriver to open the door to the third-floor studio apartment, according to the landlord and NYPD Chief of Department Carlos Gomez.
The tenant, 31-year-old Miguel Richards, refused to drop the black folding knife in his left hand and hid his right behind his back, police said.
"They were trying to talk to him. He wasn't answering us. He was standing in the corner. He had dark glasses on. You couldn't see his eyes. You could see a knife," said landlord Glenmore Carey, 67.
"They kept telling him, 'We're not here to hurt you.' They were saying, 'Put it down, put it down.' They were begging him. But you couldn't see the other hand. He was saying nothing," Carey added.
The officers were gradually got more stern, Carey said.
"Put it down. Put it down. Put it down," the officers said, according to the landlord.
"Whatever you have in your right hand, put that down. We can't see your right hand," they continued.
Officers then spotted what appeared to be a silver handgun in Richards' right hand and asked him if it was real, police said. It wasn't immediately clear if Richards responded, but he refused to drop it when they ordered him to, police said.
Officers said they didn't want to hurt Richards, but he then pointed the handgun — which turned out to be an imitation firearm — at them, prompting two officers to open fire and a third to use a stun gun, police said.
Richards was pronounced dead at the scene, police said.
His family was devastated by the incident.
"He was a good person. That's all I can say," said the man's weeping father, Belvett Richards, 61. "He was murdered in cold blood. He did not deserve to die this way."
Richards, who's originally from Jamaica, had lived in the $175-per-month studio for a couple months and was studying information technology at a nearby school, family said.
Neighbors said he liked to listen to loud reggae, but rarely interacted with them.
His landlord grew concerned when he realized he hadn't spoken to Richards in more than a month.
"When I knocked, he wasn't answering. I hadn't seen him. I was concerned and said let me check on him. I went to the [police] station and said, 'In a case like this, what can I do?' They said, 'You can ask for a wellness check," Carey said.
He asked for a wellness check and he and responding officers then opened Richards' apartment, he and police said.
Four of the officers were wearing body cameras that recorded the deadly encounter, the first time any such incident has been captured by the devices, according to The New York Times.
Police dash cam video shows the moment a mayor in South Carolina is pulled over as he is driving down the road on a riding lawn mower with a beer by his side. In the footage the Horry County police officer can be heard telling John Gardner, who is the mayor of Aynor, that he is driving his tractor with an open can of beer. The video shows Gardner swerving his lawnmower on the road before eventually being pulled over and questioned. After a bit of back and forth, Gardner pours out his beer and then gets back on his mower and continues on his way without a citation.
Footage from Baltimore Police Foxtrot helicopter of Officer Christopher M. Spivey assaulting Diamontae Tyquan Farrar during arrest.
A police officer is being investigated after he was caught on video making a joke about shooting a black man. The officer also mocked the ‘ Black Lives Matter ’ movement in the footage which appeared on Facebook. West Midlands Police have removed the officer from front-line duties after the video went viral. The footage was filmed last month inside the Coventry home of a man while "making enquiries as part of an ongoing investigation". When the man complained about harassment the officer replied: “You’re not going all ‘Black Lives Matter’ on us are you?” He then told the man behind the camera: “You would be the first one I would shoot if I had a gun, definitely”. The incident is believed to have taken place on August 24. Police refused to say whether any arrests were made. Local community activist Desmond Jaddoo called for an investigation into the video. He said: “This is not the type of behaviour expected from our police officers who are there to protect and serve. "As far as I’m concerned these are serious matters, police officers are there to set an example, their behaviour must be beyond reproach. "You don’t not make flippant statements about serious issues which affect communities. “This is not locker room banter.” West Midlands Police said officers from its Professional Standards Department are investigating. The force said the matter has also been referred to the Independent Police Complaints Commission. Assistant Chief Constable Alex Murray said: “What was said was not right. “The officer has been removed from front line duties pending further assessment. “The officer has already expressed remorse and is very apologetic over his comments. "We expect the highest standards of behaviour from all our officers and staff and always take complaints from members of the public seriously."
Footage shot on a bodycam on the officer's uniform shows a heated stand off between an unnamed officer and three members of a gang who were jailed for more than 135 years this week. The officer stands firm as John Mangan, Edward Murphy, and William Summerill question him for stopping them. They claim they have been at a funeral all day as they angrily confront the officer. On Tuesday, they were jailed alongside 16 others for their roles in a drugs gang in Liverpool. One of the members said: "I'll tell you what to do, leave now. "You're coming here disturbing people, we've been to a funeral all day." He then pulls out his own phone and starts filming him. As he leaves the scene, the man shouts: "Look at you, you little rat. "You little fat mutt. You little rat." The officer remains calm, even telling him to come back to say it to him. The incident was captured in Tuebrook, Liverpool, in 2015. The Liverpool Echo reports it was part of a routine stop and search. It was released after the gang members pleaded guilty, following the charges in Operation Scarva. Detective Superintendent Lee Turner said the intimidation of officers is not a new phenomenon, but added mobile phones had changed the way suspects may attempt to get out of a tricky spot. He said: “The tactic is more prevalent because of mobile phones. What they are doing is, not only are they filming to see if the officer makes a mistake as a police officer, they will then upload that footage to YouTube for all their mates to say ‘yeah, I made a fool of the officer’.” He said the hostility was an attempt to get them away from the situation, with those who confront officers often believing “attack is the best form of defence”. The three brazen and arrogant thugs were part of a network of 19 in Anfield, which peddled heroin and cocaine. Police caught them through Operation Scarva . The gang used a system of couriers and dealers - in some cases vulnerable youngsters - to peddle Class A drugs and had associates who stockpiled guns that could be used to scare off rivals. Led by Edward Murphy, Jamie Jarvis and Steven Harrison, the ruthless enterprise was rooted around Anfield. Supplied by Francis Fearon - whose connections allowed him to offer cocaine with purity as high as 88% - the thugs dominated the Anfield and Walton drugs market while spreading their web of influence from Lancashire to Devon. The illicit operation, protected by violence and intimidation, came to the attention of police following a spate of shootings and anti-social behaviour in north Liverpool around 2015.
POLICE officers who attempted to arrest a man armed with a gun, were mobbed and allegedly beaten by residents in Princes Town on Tuesday.
The officers retreated without making an arrest. The suspect and the dozens of people who dealt blows and hurled insults and obscenities at them all escaped.
The incident occurred at around 9.50 a.m. when three officers – a sergeant and two constables of the Princes Town CID – were on patrol at Indian Walk.
When upon reaching the corner of Mandingo and Teasedale Roads the officers saw a man standing on the road acting suspiciously.
They confronted the suspect and began to search him.
Within seconds, residents gathered around the officers and demanded the suspect be left alone.
The Express was told that the crowd consisted of at least 35 people consisting of men, women and children.
Some of them emerged from their houses while others armed themselves with pieces of wood and steel found at a nearby construction site.
One of the officers fired a shot in the air, and the armed residents backed off.
Police said they attempted to continue their duties and while searching the suspect, a firearm fell from his clothing.
The suspect ran off but the officers were prevented by the mob from chasing him.
The officers attempted to arrest some of the crowd for use of obscene language in public, but the mob again prevented them from detaining the suspects.
After half an hour police left the scene, and sought treatment at the San Fernando General Hospital for the blows and scrapes sustained.
CCTV cameras on this police building captured a man fleeing from Mexican drug cartels and slamming his truck into a series of parked cars in a police station parking lot in an attempt to get away from the would be kidnappers.
A former assistant chief with the Evansville Police Department (EPD) has been suspended for five-days. The Evansville Police Merit Board approved Sergeant Rob Hahn's five-day suspension. The suspension resulted from Hahn's actions on the job over a month ago. According to EPD, Hahn responded to the Arrowhead Motel after receiving a tip about a man with an out-of-county, felony warrant. The body camera footage shows Hahn violating EPD's use of force policy. EPD says Hahn threw the suspect against the wall, onto the bed, and then hitting him in the groin. He reported hitting the suspect to his supervising lieutenant the day it happened. EPD tells that Hahn did not actually miss work, he missed five days of pay. We are told his suspension is over and that he is on regular duty.
Seattle PD have released dashcam video showing a red light runner strike a police cruiser, which subsequently hits into a pedestrian. Thankfully no one was seriously injured and the officer acted professionally to control the situation.
Police body cam footage shows the intense moment Mexican authorities faced off with gunmen suspected of being members of the Juarez Cartel in Madera, Chihuahua
4 cops parked up in a gas station in Guanajuato got ambushed, all shot in their pick-up before they could react. Then other gunmen came in and shot the two attendants for no reason. On the way out of town they shot dead the female attendant at the highway toll booth, and then found stumbled another two cops on the road and they were found dead the next day. 9 bodies, just another night in central Mexico.
Surveillance cameras capture the moment of the attack.+ .
The dawn of this Tuesday 5 people were executed in gas station of Apaseo el Alto, between the Victims there are 3 dispatchers and 2 elements of municipal police, 2 more elements were deprived of their freedom and their bodies were located in a neighborhood road of Acambaro.
The moment Spanish police shot one of the five terror suspects in Cambrils, Spain, on Friday, Aug. 18, was caught on video, showing the dramatic rebound the man made before being shot again and killed.
In the video, the suspect can be seen shouting at the police, then running toward them before shots ring out and he falls over.
He gets up from the ground and seems to be walking away slowly, then turns around and goes back toward the side of the police car. He ignores commands to get down on the ground and turns to cross the street, going in front of the car, when he is shot again by police.
BERKELEY, Calif. (KTVU) - When fans come out, so do the street food vendors. Outside of Saturday’s UC Berkeley game, Cal alum Martin Flores captured cellphone video of a campus police officer citing a street food vendor and going through his wallet before confiscating the cash inside. The video is being shared thousands of times on social media with angry comments over the police officer taking the vendor’s money. “[This] visible evidence of a police officer going and taking this man’s hard earned money infuriates me,” said Cal senior Kenny Zhang, who saw the video this morning on Twitter. UC Berkeley Police said they were cracking down on unpermitted, unregulated street food vendors. Police said only the man in the video was cited on Saturday. Cal student Brooke Lisowski said she was at the game and bought two hot dogs from a different street vendor. “I didn’t go to that specific guy, but there were like eight different ones all along Piedmont,” said Lisowski. Flores said he was in the process of buying three hot dogs when the officer stopped the transaction. Flores said he started recording the officer, because he felt the vendor was being unfairly targeted, while other vendors were ignored and he said witnessed cases of drinking alcohol in public and jay walking that went without a stop from officers. “I do think the police get a lot of hatred here at Berkeley, I feel a lot of people blow things that they do out of proportion, but yes, that film obviously looks kind of bad. He’s going through his wallet and I don’t think he has a right to do so,” said Lisowski. UC Berkeley Police said they do have that right – if there is an arrest, or in this case a citation, officers can confiscate money. KTVU was told by police the vendor’s money was booked into evidence. The students KTVU spoke to, however, said police should focus their efforts elsewhere. “Actually seeing it on camera makes me so angry. Just seeing where their priorities are as opposed to campus assaults and robberies,” said Zhang. “This is where their priorities are – arresting innocent civilians doing nothing but selling food on the streets.” “They’ll see a guy selling a hot dog and it’s kind of their own risk if they want to buy it and eat it,” said Lisowski of her friends that know the street vendors’ food hasn’t been inspected by health inspectors. UC Berkeley Police said the incident is under investigation.
If you thought for one second that cops have an easy job, THINK AGAIN!
Watch this compilation showing just how many crazy people are forced to put up with due to too much alcohol and drug consumption.
Chaotic scene unfolded as a group of African migrants attempted to illegally board the train heading from Rome to France without a ticket.
After numerous encounters with several police the African migrants began assaulting the police officers and refusing to comply with any demands issued by them.
At one point the African migrants began assaulting the police in order to flee them and avoid arrest and possible deportation.
If you'd like to see what happens when a Libtard millennial thinks she's smarter than the police that are attempting to see her license because of her back lights being out, watch this video.
Listen to this supposed law student give cops every reason in the book not to provide evidence that she is who she says she is.
Needless to say, it doesn't end well for her after a slew of cops arrive in an attempt to bargain with the woman into giving up her information.
Footage has captured the shocking moment a disqualified driver in a stolen car smashes into a police vehicle after speeding at 110mph the WRONG WAY along a motorway. James Honey fled the damaged vehicle but his desperate attempts to escape justice came to an end when officers tackled him to the ground at the roadside. Honey was first spotted by police on the M6 in Cumbria using a stolen Seat Leon car at around 1.30am on July 29 this year, a court heard. When officers tried to stop the 25-year-old the ‘panicked’ and fled down the M6 towards Lancashire at speeds reaching 100mph.
A white van was "used as a weapon" to deliberately ram a police car during a terrifying high-speed chase through the streets. The Ford Transit driver was caught on dashcam racing through Salford, Greater Manchester, repeatedly slamming on the brakes in the hope officers would crash into the back of it, police said. Two officers were hospitalised following the smash, which was captured on a dash-mounted camera on the police car. The van is seen quickly turning around in the road before driving at speed directly towards the unmarked patrol car, as it reversed. Photos released by police show the crumpled front end of the grey Audi following the chase, which began just before 3.15am on September 5 when officers gestured for the vehicle to pull over . A 21-year-old woman, believed to have been a passenger in the van, which had false number plates, has been arrested on suspicion of theft of a motor vehicle. Officers are still hunting the man believed to be the driver, who was captured on a shop's CCTV camera, wearing dark shoes and trousers, and a black hooded jacket. Sergeant Danny Kabal, from Greater Manchester Police, said: "The driver of the white Transit van intended on doing some serious damage and didn't care if he was putting innocent lives at risk. "The van was used as a weapon against police officers, who are only there to keep the streets of Greater Manchester safe. "Thankfully, the officers involved will recover from their injuries, and no members of the public were caught up in the incident but we could have been dealing with an entirely different situation." He added: "Anyone who thinks it is okay to use a van as a weapon against anyone needs removing from the streets and bringing to justice and we won't stop until we find this man."
Law enforcement officials have identified the chase suspect as Toscha Sponsler, a 33-year-old Alto native who is now under arrest with multiple charges, aside from her unauthorized use of a motor vehicle. Police report that the call that originated this incident was for a suspicious person and/or possible shoplifter at Ulta. Sponsler left the store on foot and eventually was put under arrest near South First at Loop 287. She was handcuffed behind her back and buckled up in the back of a police unit to be taken to jail when she slipped out of one of the handcuffs, was able to get out of the seatbelt and climbed through the vehicle's sliding partition window. After getting through the window, Sponsler gained access to the driver's seat. While she was trying to escape, officers were standing behind the car, searching through a backpack and purse Sponsler had tried to ditch when the police vehicle almost backed into them and drove away. The suspect led police units on a chase down Loop 287 at Tulane to Whitehouse and to various other roads at speeds that reached roughly 100 mph, almost making a head-on collision with two Lufkin officers, Constable Chad Wilson and several other drivers. Police officers reported seeing her continuously reaching and fumbling for the officer's shotgun, which is mechanically locked inside the unit. Multiple law enforcement agencies joined the chase with DPS leading them. Shortly after, troopers used a pursuit intervention technique maneuver to spin Sponsler out close to state Highway 63 at the 69 south intersection. Sponsler then left the road and crashed into a tree at 6:03 p.m.. A medical unit was called out to the scene, but Sponsler declined further medical treatment before she was taken to jail. Law enforcement officials found Sponsler in possession of a felony amount of methamphetamine after she was arrested will charge her additionally with escape, evading on foot, unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, possession of a controlled substance and aggravated assault of a police officer. The police unit, a Tahoe, was damaged heavily and is likely totaled. No one was hurt during the chase and police say that the incident will be further reviewed to make sure the best practices were met. The incident is still under investigation.