A Harrisburg man was arrested and faces multiple charges after Middletown police say he caused a disturbance in the area of the 900 block of Vine Street in Londonderry Township shortly before 6 p.m. Wednesday, May 24. Michael Christopher Morton, 29, spit in the eyes and face of a Middletown police officer, according to arrest papers. Morton is facing five counts of aggravated assault, four counts of resisting arrest and disorderly conduct, public drunkenness and harassment. It took two borough police officers and two State Police troopers — one who was off-duty — to subdue Morton, according to interim Middletown Police Chief George Mouchette. Morton was living in Bethesda Mission, according to arrest papers. Morton told police he had taken a large amount of methamphetamine, cocaine and marijuana, and said he was HIV-positive. He was taken to Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center for treatment. Morton is in Dauphin County jail in lieu of $100,000 bail, and his preliminary hearing is scheduled for June 1.
On Wednesday, a police officer in Woodbridge, NJ was caught on camera rescuing a baby deer from a storm drain and now, the video is going viral on social media. Video Courtesy: Woodbridge Police Department Facebook Page
Body camera video shows an off-duty Oklahoma City Police officer hold down a man he says he caught breaking into his truck parked in his driveway.
Some shop owners in Old Town are resting easier Wednesday night after Albuquerque police said they caught the person who was breaking into their stores, stealing their merchandise and vandalizing their properties. According to police, that person is 17-year-old Devon Roybal. Night-after-night, for the last two weeks, several shops in Old Town have been hit. The most recent incident occurred Tuesday morning. “They stole a lot of jewelry and a lot of knives,” Lisa Kinlen said. “Thank you for traumatizing us, breaking into our shop and taking our livelihood.” It’s gotten so bad, Kinlen has temporarily closed her doors at the Old Town Celtic Shop. She has a sign up that reads “Due to the acts of those that have no respect for themselves or others, we will be closed because of theft and vandalism until further notice.” Kinlen isn’t alone. Over the weekend someone tried breaking into The Wild Rose. They chipped away at the stucco and broke a window. “I had to send a company in to reinforce my back door because my son was convinced they were coming back,” Trudy Collins-Cervantes said. Her son was right — the suspected thief did come back, but this time police were waiting. Detectives were set up in Old Town, Tuesday night to try and catch the suspected thief. They ended up arresting Roybal. Police lapel shows Roybal crying with officers and asking for his mother. He also had tools detectives believe are typically used during a break-in. Detectives recovered six knives on Roybal, along with gloves, a flashlight, a screwdriver set and $213. One of the detectives recognized a knife, recovered on Roybal, belonging to the Celtic Shop. When they questioned Roybal, police said he admitted to breaking into several shops over the last week. According to a police report, Roybal told police he stashed some of the stolen merchandise in his home, everything else he sold. “We do have some losses but a lot of it was retrieved,” Kinlen said. “Detectives worked so hard and they caught this guy within 24-hours. It was amazing. We’re thankful this person has been caught.” Police are asking anyone with information regarding the stolen jewelry, pictured below, to call Crime Stoppers.
A scooter rider being held down by police received a swift kick to the crotch from a passerby outside a famous bikers' cafe. The suspect was being held on suspicion of anti-social behaviour near to the Ace Café in north-west London. In the clip filmed on a mobile phone, the scooter rider can be seen on the floor surrounded by officers. A man in a blue T-shirt can then be seen approaching the suspect. The man gives the scooter rider a kick to the groin in front of the uniformed officers. An officer then chases after the man as he runs across the north circular road. Instagram user Premises187 shared the footage on Sunday, writing: 'Haha holy s****. So the police pounced at Ace Cafe. 'An Ace punter boots the scooter guy.' The youth was later released with no action taken against him. The man dressed in blue seen in the clip was arrested on suspicion of assault, according to the Evening Standard. A Met spokesman said: 'At approximately 5pm on Sunday May 21 police were called to a number of mopeds acting in an anti-social manner near the Ace Café. 'On arrival a number of mopeds made off from the scene. 'One male was detained by officers. As police were dealing with him, a second male approached and aimed a kick at him. 'The second male was arrested on suspicion of common assault and subsequently released under investigation. The male originally detained by officers was released with no further action.'
Police say an officer responding to a 911 call in Ohio shot and killed a man who was holding an 18-year-old woman by the neck. Canton's police chief says the man refused to let go and moved like he was going to hurt the woman before an officer shot him in the head early Wednesday. Police identified the man as 24-year-old Hayden Stutz. Police Chief Bruce Lawver says Stutz had said several times that he had a pistol and he didn't care what happened. Authorities did not find a gun at the scene, according to The Repository. Court records say Stutz was released from jail Monday and due in court Wednesday on a disorderly conduct charge. Police in North Canton say Stutz was arrested Monday at a park where he was challenging people to fight. 'He was saying some really off-the-wall stuff,' the acting North Canton police chief, John Minock, said. '[It was] mostly erratic behavior and trying to Snapchat everything. He was challenging some people to fight and taking video.' Minock said that Stutz admitted to smoking marijuana. Moments before the shooting, Stutz is heard on the 911 call saying he has asthma. He asks police to provide an inhaler, an ambulance, and a fire truck. Stutz also claims to have a pistol, saying that the weapon is 'actually on me. 'I don't do well around cops, for real,' he is heard saying on the 911 call. The officers who responded to the scene did not know that Stutz was bluffing. When a female officer arrives on the scene, Stutz, who still has his girlfriend in his grasp, is heard on the police body camera saying: 'Tell him to stay right (expletive) there.' Stutz hangs up from the dispatcher. When he tells the officer that he needs an inhaler, she responds: 'We'll have to call an ambulance for you, hon. OK?' At this point, the officer invites Stutz to sit down. Stutz then asks if he can sit with his girlfriend. 'Sure,' the officer tells him. 'Whatever makes you comfortable. OK? ... Just stay away from the pistol.' The cop then yells at Stutz: 'Stay away from the pistol.' 'He's going for the gun!' the officer says. The other office who also arrived on the scene then orders Stutz to release the woman. 'Officers attempted to get the suspect to release the victim,' Lawver said. 'However, the suspect refused and made several movements indicating he was going to inflict serious physical harm to the victim. 'During the exchange an officer approached the suspect and fired one shot, striking the suspect in the head.' Stutz was rushed to hospital, where he was pronounced dead. The girlfriend was interviewed by police after the incident. In tears, she told officers that Stutz 'just started freaking out' as they sat together on the porch of his father's home. 'This is his dad's house,' she told police. 'I don't know if he got locked out or what. He said he needed my phone.' She said Stutz was diagnosed three years ago with a bipolar disorder. She also referred to the arrest in North Canton as a 'psychotic incident.' The two officers who responded to the scene have been placed on administrative leave pending a review. Lawver said he believes the officers acted appropriately within the rules of engagement.
NPPD Officer Justin Lindsey captured an unusual moment on dashcam last weekend. A Black Bear was rummaging through trash and walking around residential neighborhoods. Authorities believe he may have been drawn out of the forest by a recent tree fire in the area. Police are warning residents to take precautions.
A YouTube video that surfaced this weekend appears to show a San Antonio Police Department officer punch a 14-year-old girl before officers swarm around her and carry her out of sight. It's unclear what triggered the altercation, or why police thought they had to detain the girl. Police told the San Antonio Express-News, which first reported on the video, that officers had been called out to the Crown Palace Event Center on the city's northeast side late Saturday night because of reports that two men were fighting at a quinceañera (the department hasn't returned our request for comment). Local police reform activists have been circulating the short, grainy video, calling it a clear-cut example of unnecessary force and police brutality. NEWS ARTS MUSIC SCREENS FOOD & DRINK CALENDAR BEST OF SA SPECIAL ISSUES SLIDESHOWS PROMOS + EVENTS SUBSCRIBE Email Print Share Tuesday, May 23, 2017 Video Appears to Show San Antonio Cop Punch, Detain 14-Year-Old Girl Outside Quinceañera Posted By Michael Barajas on Tue, May 23, 2017 at 2:31 pm While the video's grainy, the girl's head can be seen reeling back after an officer extends their arm - SCREENSHOT screenshot While the video's grainy, the girl's head can be seen reeling back after an officer extends their arm A YouTube video that surfaced this weekend appears to show a San Antonio Police Department officer punch a 14-year-old girl before officers swarm around her and carry her out of sight. It's unclear what triggered the altercation, or why police thought they had to detain the girl. Police told the San Antonio Express-News, which first reported on the video, that officers had been called out to the Crown Palace Event Center on the city's northeast side late Saturday night because of reports that two men were fighting at a quinceañera (the department hasn't returned our request for comment). Local police reform activists have been circulating the short, grainy video, calling it a clear-cut example of unnecessary force and police brutality. Here's a statement from SATX4, the local Black Lives Matter-aligned group that has heavily criticized SAPD, the local police union and Mayor Ivy Taylor's attempts at police reforms, which they say have been too weak: The girl was ultimately charged with assault on a public servant and held at the Bexar County Juvenile Detention Center until she was released at her court hearing Monday, according to the E-N. The girl's attorney, Artessia House, told the daily that the officer can be seen "clear as day" striking the girl. (We've reached out to attorneys representing the girl's family and will update when we hear back.)
Dashcam shows North Kansas City Police officer letting off giggling University of Missouri-Kansas City student Toni Anderson, 20, after he pulled her over for driving the wrong way.
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Watch this douche bag trucker who is clearly a Leftist refuse to comply with border patrols demands and just answer the simple question "are you a US citizen?"
This is the type of crap that these border patrol agents are forced to put up with due to liberal claims that you do not have to comply with border patrol agents. Especially in states such as California that openly encourage the defiance of border patrol police.
If you are curious what it looks like for police to enter the so-called no go zones throughout Britain, here's a prime example of what cops have to in door in order to make an arrest on one of the Muslims.
Watches these young men interfere with this polices arrest while berating him with phrases such as "pig." This is a daily occurrence throughout many parts of Britain that have become overwhelmed by Muslim migrants and their offspring.
Watches these 2 nearly defenseless cops struggle in order to detain a single African migrant who was fleeing from arrest after being caught committing a crime.
The man insisted that he was going to leave Britain and head back home to his own country and refused to be arrested by these 2 cops.
One cop is even being drug across the ground as the migrant tries to flee his cost the as the other one beats him with a billy club.
Deerborn Police have released dashcam video showing the pursuit of five teenagers in Wisconsin. The teens drove across footpaths, into oncoming traffic, and over private property. Several police vehicles were involved in the chase, but the suspects initially evaded police until they were found a short time later and arrested. The five teens aged 16-18 now face serious charges.
During a live police chase today in L.A., a cop lost his balance in the final moments of the pursuit. The driver was still nabbed, but not after the fall that has the internet going crazy.
An intense stand-off between Pasco deputies and a knife-wielding man was caught on body cam footage on Thursday. The Pasco County Sheriff’s Office responded to a domestic disturbance in Land O’ Lakes where they say Miles Sety had attacked his family, smashed several car windows, lacerated himself and caused thousands of dollars worth of damage. Investigators believe he was on narcotics at the time of the incident. Sety fled the scene was located by cops shortly after the rampage behind a privacy fence in a nearby community. Deputies climbed over the fence and approached Sety with weapons drawn, but he was not deterred. Sety refused several orders to drop his knife and continued taunting onlookers. Deputies deployed tasers, but the tasers were not effective, possibly due to Sety being high on narcotics, deputies say. Sety was eventually arrested and now faces the following charges: Aggravated assault on a law enforcement officer Battery on a law enforcement officer Felony criminal mischief Battery Domestic battery Resisting arrest with violence
CLARKE COUNTY, Ga. - An escaped inmate is back behind bars Wednesday night. Marvin Taylor, 42, was wanted by authorities after he escaped from the Clarke County Jail. Investigators said they found Taylor inside a store, but he ran when he saw the officers. Police said they tried to stun him with a Taser, but that didn't work. Officers arrested Taylor after a struggle. Two of the arresting officers suffered minor injuries. body cam video showing officers struggling with Taylor. "He was in a work release program and failed to return. After 12 hours, when you fail to return to the program, a warrant is issued for your arrest," said Athens-Clarke County Police Spokesman Epifanio Rodriguez. Body camera video recorded on Lt. Christopher Nichols shows Taylor run away when Nichols approaches him. Officers deployed a Taser, but the probes didn't make full contact and Talyor was able to remove them and run, according to police. "When officers attempted to restrain Taylor physically, he began to fight. It was during the struggle to arrest Taylor when Lt. Nichols received fractures to a finger and SPO Gilchrist injured his right elbow. They'll need some time to recover, but they'll be back on the streets again soon," said Rodriguez.
A jury found a Prince George’s County police officer guilty in a case that featured dash cam video of him striking a suspect with his cruiser last summer.Officer Juan Hernandez could face a maximum of 10 years in prison for the 2nd degree assault conviction. However, the police department says Hernandez was not found guilty of misconduct in office. “While it is never a good day when we have to prosecute one of our own, it is important that those we serve understand that we will hold people accountable when their actions go above and beyond what is necessary,” Prince George’s County State’s Attorney Angela Alsobrooks said. Last June 13, Hernandez was one of two officers who responded to a call for an armed person and fight in the 800 block of Fairview Avenue. As the first responding officer was patting down the inviduals, one of the three men being questioned ran away, police said. Investigators say Hernandez was pulling up to the scene when he saw the suspect running away and he was advised by another officer to pursue the man. According to the State Attorney’s office during the pursuit, Hernandez hit the suspect with his cruiser. Shortly after, police say, the suspect was arrested and refused medical treatment saying he was not injured. Hernandez’s sentencing is scheduled for July 28. He has worked for the Prince George’s County Police Department for 11 years. The department says that now that the criminal proceedings are over the administrative process will move forward.
Authorities released officer body camera footage on Wednesday of a suspect who was shot by a Douglas County sheriff’s deputy. Last Friday evening a Douglas County deputy saw what appeared to be a stranded motorist in a white GMC SUV near County Line Road and Santa Fe Drive. He got out of his cruiser to help. “As he approached the vehicle, the occupant of the vehicle got out of the vehicle with a rifle and confronted the deputy,” said Cmdr. Trent Cooper with the Littleton Police Department. Cooper says the weapon was a military style semi-automatic rifle. The deputy gave verbal commands to drop the weapon, which were ignored. Fearing for his life the officer fired, striking the suspect in the arm. “He was essentially attacked and felt his life was in danger and responded the way he was trained to do,” said Cooper. The suspect, identified as Deyon Marcus Rivas-Maestas, 26, remains hospitalized. According to Cooper, Rivas-Maestas faces assault charges once he is released. The Littleton Police Department and the 18th Judicial District’s Critical Incident Response Team are investigating the shooting. The deputy is on administrative leave during the investigation.
Investigators are looking at the actions of the police in the Seattle suburbs after a teenager from the Bellevue area of the city was violently arrested. The 15-year-old was arrested on Saturday after police officers responded to a complaint of trespassing from a shopping center at Bellevue Square mall. Security guards were concerned because the suspect had recently been identified as a car thief. The boy had been banned from the mall months before but, according to police, had returned Saturday. and was already suspected in a purported car theft that had happened days earlier, The teen, who is black, was shot with a taser stun gun during the incident according to the SeattlePI. The entire incident, which was caught on camera and posted to Facebook by a bystander appears to show four uniformed police officers surrounding and restraining the boy. The teenager was they pushed forcefully to the ground before being tasered. In the video, officers can be heard warning the boy that he would be 'tasered' if he fought back. Speaking with KIRO, the boy's mother said she had filed a complaint with the police department which is now being looked into by the department's Office of Professional Standards. The police force's training division will also be conducting a use-of-force review, which is standard practice when a Taser is used. 'When I viewed the video, certainly you see what you see,' Bellevue Police Chief Steve Mylett told KIRO. 'Then I watched it like 15 different times and I slow-motioned it numerous times. Each time I watch it, I pick up something new and I hear something different. 'I would ask people to use a little bit of caution to rush to judgment based on one minute and 47 seconds of lengthier police contact.' The boy was released shortly after his arrest King County prosecutors are currently considering whether to charge the boy in the Saturday incident or the alleged car theft that preceded it, spokesman Dan Donohoe said Wednesday. A decision is not expected this week.
A Las Vegas police officer used a stun gun seven times and a mixed martial arts chokehold to subdue an unarmed man who died after a foot chase through a casino, authorities said. Officer Kenneth Lopera thought Tashii Farmer, 40, had tried to carjack a pickup truck with two people inside at The Venetian resort just before 1am on Sunday. He fired the stun gun in a series of staccato bursts before using the chokehold - a tactic that is not approved by the department. Farmer was pronounced dead at Sunrise Trauma at 1.39am Sunday. Police say Farmer, appearing sweaty and disorientated, approached two officers at the resort claiming people were chasing him before running away and approaching the truck. Clark County Undersheriff Kevin McMahill showed video from Lopera's body camera during a news conference. 'Don't move! Get on your stomach!' Lopera can be heard telling the man. Police have used the name Tashii Farmer. His mother said he sometimes hyphenates his last name, Farmer-Brown. 'I will,' he can be heard saying. The video then shows Brown on his back with his arms raised before another jolt from the stun gun makes his body stiffen. Brown cries out, 'Please! Please!' Lopera, who is white, and Brown, who is black, then wrestle as the officer attempts to handcuff him. Lopera punches Brown's head and neck from behind as Venetian security guards join the effort and other police officers arrive. Sheriff Joe Lombardo told The Associated Press there was no indication that race played a role in the incident. Brown's cause of death has not been determined and an investigation is ongoing. McMahill said Lopera was heard saying he used a 'rear naked choke,' a prominent mixed martial arts chokehold that differs from a department-approved technique that some departments call a 'lateral vascular neck restraint' and others refer to as a carotid artery hold. Department officials said previously that the officer had used the approved technique, which is banned in many other cities. McMahill said Lopera held Brown's neck for more than a minute - far longer than the seven to 10 seconds it might take for an approved carotid restraint to render a person unconscious. The police official said also that the driver of the pickup didn't think Brown was trying to carjack his vehicle, and that Brown was not believed to have committed any crime. Lopera, 31, has been a Las Vegas police officer for five years, McMahill said. He is on paid leave pending departmental and district attorney reviews of the incident. Lopera is being represented by the Las Vegas Police Protective Union. Steve Grammas, union executive director, declined to comment, saying he had not seen all the video from the incident. Lopera has not provided a statement about the incident to department investigators. McMahill said Brown was sweating and appeared disoriented when he initially approached Lopera and a partner in a casino coffee shop, said people were chasing him, and ran into an employee-only area, down hallways and outside to the parking area. Brown also used the name Tashi Sebastian Farmer. He grew up in Hawaii, where records show he was convicted of assaulting his girlfriend and was released from prison in January 2016. He pleaded guilty in February in Las Vegas to misdemeanor driving under the influence. Brown was a father of two children in Hawaii and lived with his mother in Las Vegas where he had a business selling shoes, hats and clothing, according to Tynisa Braun, a cousin in Honolulu. Clark County District Attorney Steve Wolfson said there will be a public use-of-force review to air the findings of investigations into Brown's death. The sheriff said the reviews could take several months and asked for patience from the public. 'We'll be fully transparent and we will look at this event with a very critical eye,' Lombardo said. Brown's mother, Trinita Farmer, said she doesn't want to see the video of the struggle that left her son dead. 'I don't want to look,' she said. 'I just want to bury my son.'
This is the shocking moment police are forced to break through the window of a car in order to rescue a one-year-old child in China. The toddler had been left alone in the vehicle for 40 minutes by its parents in Dongguan, China on May 16 while the pair went shopping. According to reports, passersby were alerted to the child after it woke up and started crying out for its parents. According to reports, the parents of the child left their baby inside the car as it was sleeping at the time. They decided to go to the nearby shopping mall to buy things, leaving the child behind. However the toddler woke up while they were gone and started crying out for its parents. Passersby noticed the child and alerted police. The toddler had been inside the car for around 40 minutes. Police attended the scene and broke the windows of the vehicle in order to rescue the child. It was dripping in sweat. Many people have criticised the parents actions on social media site Weibo. One user said: 'Such people do not deserve to be parents.' While another wrote: 'This is irresponsible behaviour.' And one user commented: 'This has happened many times recently.'
Eau Claire Wisconsin -- An internal review by Eau Claire Police released Tuesday confirmed the amount of force used by one of its officers used justified in a shooting on the city’s southwest side earlier this year.In the report, it says Officer Kristopher O’Neill was the only officer to confront 49-year-old Matthew Zank in the parking lot of the Scottish Inns and Suites on the early morning of Jan. 28th. When he arrived, he noticed Zank had a gun in his hand – identified as a .177 caliber air-powered handgun – as he stood in the hotel parking lot. O’Neill readied his squad rifle and ordered Zank seven times to obey commands to drop his weapon. The report states Zank replied “No I will not.” and continued to walk towards O’Neill. O’Neill then fired his rifle four times at Zank, with at least one shot hitting Zank. Medical personnel arrived within minutes of the shooting, but Zank was pronounced dead at the scene. Earlier this month, Eau Claire District Attorney Gary King ruled Officer O’Neill was justified in his use of deadly force in the incident. The report released Tuesday states time as one reason for the force. Less than 20 seconds elapsed from the time O’Neill’s squad car stopped to when his first shot was fired. According to the report, “O’Neill not only wouldn’t have had time to obtain and utilize a less lethal weapon (taser, pepper spray) he has been instructed for nearly twenty years that a suspect approaching with a firearm that is not compliant, refusing tom obey commands, and represents a risk of great bodily harm to himself or others should be stopped by use of deadly force. The report offers details into Zank’s history, in which the Eau Claire Police Department had 21 documented incidents involving Zank between Jan. 11, 2009 and the morning of the incident. The last case happened on Jan. 13 – a little more than two weeks before the shooting – stating had made suicidal comments to Northwest Connections staff while he was at Sacred Heart Hospital. Zank had rented a room at Scottish Inns and Suites and it was reported he made the initial 911 call to Eau Claire Police on the morning of Jan. 28th, stating a “man with a gun.” During the investigation after Zank’s death, a handwritten note was found in his wallet, saying: “To the cop that shoot me I am sorry that I made you do it do not feel bad my life was worth lesses (sic).”
An 18-year-old Wisconsin woman faces serious charges after she refused to cooperate with police and attempted to flee. Dashcam video shows an officer being dragged by the suspect's car, but is luckily uninjured. Police say the suspect then reached speeds of 100mph before she lost control of her vehicle and was subsequently arrested.
This is the shocking moment a policeman was wrestled to the ground by a woman as a laughing mob watched on. The officer was trying to arrest a man who was sitting on a park bench in London but the suspect resisted and kept shouting 'black lives matter'. The tussle brought them both to the ground before an obese woman got involved, grabbing the officer around the neck and rolling him to the floor in a WWE-inspired move. Footage shows the man and woman continue to grapple with the overpowered officer who is unable to restrain his suspect and make the arrest. The man filming on his mobile can be heard laughing hysterically and shouting 'holy 's***' as other bystanders watch on and do nothing to help. The video has shocked viewers who are appalled at the lack of respect for the policeman. One wrote online: 'I am so confused why the other people are not helping the police officer. 'Police are always sacrificing themselves for the community and civilians, they must respect them. 'The person who is doing filming must get more punishment, he is enjoying it and not helping him'. MailOnline has contacted the Metropolitan Police for comment.
A NYPD patrol car slammed into a cyclist and sent him flying while officers were speeding off to the scene of a reported assault in Brooklyn. The police officers were driving with the flashing lights and sirens on when the car bulldozed a cyclist in East Williamsburg around 1.40am on Monday. The shocking crash, which appears to have been captured in an unsourced video online, sent the cyclist several feet into the air before he was taken to the hospital. Police were driving southbound on Morgan Avenue near Stagg Street and said the cyclist was going 'against traffic' when he was struck. In the video footage, the cyclist can be seen going the wrong way on Stagg Street before starting to make a turn on to the northbound lane of Morgan Avenue. The cyclist was perpendicular to the police car when the vehicle suddenly appears in the frame and mows the cyclist down. The cyclist's body can then be seen catapulting through the air before landing on the other side of the street. The police car stops about two seconds after impact, and emergency personnel were called to the scene to take the cyclist to Elmhurst Hospital. The cyclist is expected to survive although additional details about any injuries have not been released by the police. While there is no audio in the surveillance footage, the patrol car did have the flashing lights on. When the police finally arrived at the scene of the reported assault, they found an emotionally disturbed woman who was taken to a different hospital.
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A pervert who was spared jail when he groomed a 13-year-old girl is now behind bars after vigilante paedophile hunters caught him trying to meet another child. Richard Oglesby, 26, was told to sign the sex offenders' register in 2011 after he had sexual activity with an underage teenager he befriended on Facebook. He underwent treatment to try and stop his offending but has now been jailed for two years after being trapped by a Dark Justice sting. Newcastle Crown Court heard the group, who pose as children online to expose paedophiles, had set up a profile on a messaging site called Scout. Oglesby made contact with the 'girl' - who Dark Justice named Hayley - late last year, then quickly said 'bye' when told it belonged to a 13-year-old. But the court heard that within weeks, Oglesby got in touch with the 'girl' again and initially engaged in friendly chat, which quickly turned sexual. Prosecutor Emma Dowling told the court: 'He asked, "do you want some company in bed?" 'Eleven minutes later, he sent another message asking "are you a virgin?".' The court heard the graphic chat developed into Oglesby sending the 'girl' a picture of his penis, with the caption 'mmm, you like?' and asking for naked pictures of the schoolgirl in exchange. When Oglesby turned up to meet the 'girl', so he could 'get a kiss', he was confronted by Dark Justice and drove off. The group, who have been responsible for dozens of convictions of paedophiles, tracked him to his home and handed a file of evidence about him to the police. Oglesby, from Sunderland, admitted attempting to meet a child after grooming. Judge Amanda Rippon sentenced him to two years behind bars with a lifelong Sexual Harm Prevention Order and ten years on the sex offenders' register. The judge told him: 'You began conversations with what you understood to be a 13-year-old girl. 'The conversations were relatively platonic for the first few weeks but that changed and you decided you would ask her whether or not she was a virgin and whether she wanted company in bed. 'You knew it was wrong. The messages continued, you wanted to meet her, kiss her, cuddle her. 'You knew it was wrong, you made it plain during the messages.' The court heard it was in August 2011 Oglesby was given a community order or having sexual activity with a 13-year-old girl and he has breached court orders relating to that conviction since. Judge Rippon told him: 'I am quite satisfied you pose a risk to underage girls, girls under 16.' Jacqueline Coxon, defending, told the court Oglesby fails to appreciate 'sexual boundaries' but did not intentionally set out to chat to a child when he went on the site. Miss Coxon added: 'He is a hard working young man who has had a decent upbringing. 'He accepts there is still work that needs to be done to prevent further offending.'
The two-county chase began when Fayetteville police received a 911 call from a Sprint company security guard about 4:20 a.m., officials said in a multi-agency news conference Monday. The guard saw a car approach the front of the Sprint store and three men get out and smash in the front window, Fayetteville police Capt. Mike Whitlow said. Police are still looking for a fourth person who escaped the wreckage and fled. He has been identified, but his name was not released. Three men were killed and another escaped and is on the run after a chase ended with a crash into a pond near the Flint River, police said. Eddie Alford, 21, of Jonesboro, Devongelo Hunter, 19, of College Park, and Mark Mathis, 19, of Jonesboro, died in the crash, Clayton County police Sgt. Ashanti Marbury said. “The security guard yelled at them this is private property. Y’all need to leave,” Whitlow said. The men yelled back, finished the burglary and sped off northbound on Ga. 85, Whitlow said. Police put other local law enforcement agencies on alert for the vehicle and soon a Fayette County sheriff’s deputy spotted it. “He tried to catch up to the vehicle and then actually shadow it until he could get some backup,” Fayette County Sheriff Barry Babb said. When the suspects realized a deputy was tailing him, they sped up, initiating a chase, Babb said. The vehicle later collided with another and landed on its roof in a private pond near the intersection of Flint River and Taylor roads, officials said. No law enforcement officials were injured in the chase. Police found three of the four men in the vehicle. “Officers went into the water and extracted the people and tried to save them,” Clayton County police Lt. Wayne Thrift said. Two of the men had warrants out for their arrest in several jurisdictions, police said. The driver of the other vehicle in the crash was taken to Grady Memorial Hospital with non-life-threatening injuries, police said
Houston, Texas – Cell phone video shows the moment that three Harris County Deputies returned fire. Harris County deputies were working in uniform at an off-duty security job for Johnny B’s Outlaw Saloon at around 2 AM Friday morning. A fight broke out in the parking lot, and then a man drove up in a blue Cadillac and opened fire. It’s not clear at this time who he was shooting at. Three Harris County deputies ordered him to drop the gun, and when he continued to fire, the deputies gave him a premium leaded fill-up. The 27-year-old man died from copious blood leakage. The three deputies have been placed on leave while the shooting is being investigated, according to Click2Houston. A large number of witnesses were present at the time. One witness told KHOU, “We just heard shots, we were here with some friends,” said Ralph Banda. “We hid by the brick wall, and we heard the return fire.” Nobody besides the shooter was reportedly hurt during this incident. It’s not clear if the passenger was arrested after he was detained.