Arizona Marshal Joseph Patterson has come under fire for threatening 12-year-old Hilde Kate Lysiak, after falsely claiming she can't film him when he interrupted her while chasing a story.
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A Fort Pierce Police Officer has been suspended for 20 days, without pay, for policy violations caught on camera.
An Internal investigation into actions by Officer Doug McNeal began in July 2018, after McNeal arrested a man and a woman for shoplifting.
Tennessee Highway Patrol Trooper Howard Greenlee offers to destroy evidence of a former Knoxville Police Department officer’s crime. When confronted months later, Greenlee claimed he was lying to KPD Lt. James Settlemeyer when he made the offer because he wanted to keep the peace between THP and law enforcement in Knoxville.
A Cape Coral man made it easy for officers to find him when he handed an officer his driver’s license before speeding off from a traffic stop.
30-year-old Vincent Parlato is charged with Flee and Eluding Law Enforcement and Resisting Law Enforcement Without Violence.
According to Cape Coral Police, in the early morning hours of February 10th, an officer witnessed a black Mustang making a U-turn at high speed, causing the tires to spin out. The officer followed the car, which hit 60 miles per hour in a 45-mph speed zone, and performed a traffic stop at the intersection of Santa Barbara Boulevard and Trafalgar Parkway.
A Victorian police officer has been charged with assault after an investigation into the use of excessive force during the arrest of an African-Australian man at a chemist's shop in Preston.
The state's anti-corruption watchdog on Thursday said an officer involved in the arrest, a senior constable, had been charged with two counts of common law assault and will appear in court in April.
A Scottish teenager was shot in the ankle by police in Spain as they clashed with football fans ahead of last night's match in Valencia.
Nicole Ewing, 19, has spoken of her terror and said riot police were unnecessarily heavy-handed with Celtic supporters who she says weren’t causing trouble.
The young Hoops fan claims she was shoved to the ground by baton-wielding officers as she left a restaurant, before being shot in the ankle with a pellet gun, the Daily Record reported.
Social care worker Nicole, of Galashiels, in the Borders said: “It was terrifying. I was absolutely hysterical.
This is the terrifying moment a policeman held a suspect to the ground with a gun to his head after a dramatic car chase through south Sydney this evening.
Police were chasing a driver of a stolen car reportedly armed with a gun and a machete through peak hour traffic on the Princes Highway in Gymea around 6pm.
A crash forced the stolen Holden off the road at which point police pounced, smashing the windscreen and forcibly removing the man before arresting him.
Napa County Sheriff’s investigators released a stunning body cam video Wednesday of a fatal weekend deputy-involved shooting of an armed suspect on a rural roadway.
On the video from a camera worn by Sheriff’s Deputy Riley Jarecki, the suspect can be seen sitting in his car as the deputy approached the vehicle. Jarecki asked the suspect if she can look around to make sure there are no weapons or suspicious items inside.
She tells the suspect — Javier Hernandez Morales — not to move. As she walks around the car, Jarecki taps on the driver’s side window and asks Morales to roll it down several times before it appears he is responding. He rolls down the window, quickly pulls out a gun and fires a shot at Jarecki, who returns fire several times.
She was not physically injured, Morales died at the scene. The incident took place in the 1100 block of Henry Road about two miles southwest of Napa at about 11 p.m. Sunday.
Jarecki was driving by and became suspicious of Morales as he was parked on the roadside. She pulled over and approached his vehicle moments before the close quarters gunfight took place.
Jarecki has been placed on administrative leave as an investigation is being conducted by the Napa County Major Crimes Task Force, comprising investigators with the Napa County Sheriff’s Office, Napa Police Department and the Napa County District Attorney’s Office.
Fresno Police body camera video shows the shooting of 34-year-old Raymond Gonzalez who was shot during a police chase in 2016. His family and that of Freddy Centeno are suing the city and want to highlight the actions of the officer who killed both men.
Police officer arrests a man during a news interview after being called a pig right out front a police station.
Man was fined $500 for offensive language.
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Police in Tulsa, Oklahoma have released dash cam and bodycam footage of the moment two young children were rescued from an alleged carjacker.
According to a post on the police department's Facebook page, officers got multiple calls regarding a stolen car about 7.30pm on January 11. One report came from the female owner of the car who said her children, aged four and five, were in the vehicle at the time it was stolen.
Officer Pablo Zuniga was able to locate the vehicle, confirming the two children were still located in the back seat. He tracked the stolen car from a distance until more officers could assist him in apprehending the suspect.
Footage of the incident shows Zuniga and another officer approaching the vehicle with guns drawn, telling the suspect to exit the stolen car.
The carjacker, later identified as Jarrod Gilliam, was pulled from the car before being handcuffed on the ground while more officers search the vehicle. The children were not harmed and were returned to their mother.
Gilliam was booked on charged with two counts of kidnapping and larceny of a motor vehicle.
High School Student Resists Arrest Gets Chased Around Building For 5 Min
The police follow-up happened on Thursday (14) on the streets of Vila Velha in Espírito Santo. A young woman was surrendered by the thief who had her hostage in the car in the back seat and released soon after.
The victim activated the Municipal Guard of the city where the accompaniment began, several shots were affected in the truck in the attempt to stop the vehicle that came to collide with a vehicle.
The alleged 'pizzagate' Comet Ping Pong restaurant firestarter Ryan Jaselskis was tased by police at the Washington Monument in DC after jumping the fence.
Man Armed With A Knife Gets Fatally Shot By Los Angeles Police Officers.
Shocking video footage of the moment an aspiring rapper was shot dead in his car while sleeping in the drive-thru of a Taco Bell in California with a loaded gun on his lap has emerged.
The video shows the moment six Vallejo Police Officers opened fire on Willie McCoy on Saturday.
McCoy, who is in the rap group FBG, had fallen asleep at the wheel of his car and was slumped over with a weapon on his lap.
Staff called police who surrounded the vehicle while he was still unresponsive.
A policeman reaching through the window at a routine traffic stop was grabbed by the driver and dragged, resulting in an accident. The driver then tried to escape and was cleaned up by a passing instant-karma vehicle. Cop was treated for an injured knee, perp was treated to a good time at the police station.
Deputies said suspect Laforest Gray Jr., 23, fired shots at them first before they fired multiple rounds. No one was shot. Gray has been charged with attempted first-degree murder on a law enforcement officer and resisting arrest.
Gray can be seen holding up his phone in the video to record the deputies on Instagram Live while standing in the detached parking garage of the Citra at Windermere apartments.
Gray can be heard yelling to his wife to "come here" while standing to the side behind the open door of a yellow Chevrolet Camaro. Authorities said witnesses saw Gray pull his wife out a car by her hair, punch her and drag her through the parking lot.
Gray's wife believes there was no reason for authorities to get involved.
"I told police to leave," she said. "Everything is fine, every couple argues. Stay out of our business. There was no need for police to be there."
In the video, Gray's wife can be seen standing in between him and authorities until a deputy comes up to her and grabs her arm. She stands still for a few seconds until she appears to be pulled out of the garage and Gray's direct view.
"Get your hands off her," Gray can be heard saying. "Get your (expletive) hands off her."
A few seconds after his wife is pulled out of the garage, shots are fired. Gray can be seen pulling a silver object out from his side, behind the car door, and then pointing it at a deputy while gunfire is heard.
An OCSO report states that Gray's wife was heard saying, "Don't get the gun" and "Put the gun away." She said these pleas were not intended for Gray and instead were aimed at the deputies at the scene.
"I just want to go ahead and say that my husband didn't shoot," she said. "I don't believe he ever shot."
Gray's wife said he may have been holding a garage door clicker, which is why she believes he reached into the car.
Though Gray was not shot by deputies, he was subdued after being bitten by a K-9. His wife is upset at what she said was a big misunderstanding.
"If police would have just left when I asked them to, because that's our business, everything would have been fine," she said. "It's really stressful to have to watch, to be pulled out of the garage and have to watch my husband be attacked by, like, 10 police officers and then a K-9 and them carry him past me by his arms and legs, with his stomach on the ground."
Authorities are actively investigating the shooting.
The Palm Beach County sheriff's deputy moved his flashlight from side to side. The man he was field-testing for evidence of drunken driving grew more frustrated. Then he thumped the side of the deputy's head.
"You're under arrest for DUI," PBSO deputy Patrick Zeitz said. Then, "You're lucky I'm not charging you with something stupid like Batt-Leo."
That would be battery on a law-enforcement officer, a third-degree felony punishable by up to five years in prison.
"You, as somebody who does this profession, should know better," Zeitz said.
An 11-month-old baby girl is back safe with her mother after she was accidentally kidnapped during a car theft in Athens. Body cam video shows the moment Georgia police first find the car and rescue the child.
Police officers in California fatally shot a 20-year-old man in a Taco Bell drive-thru on Saturday after they said he reached for a gun.
Willie McCoy, a rapper known as "Willie Bo," was shot by officers from the Vallejo Police Department after responding to a 911 call from a Taco Bell employee regarding a man "slumped over in the driver's seat" in the drive-thru, police said in a statement on Tuesday.
The officers said they approached the "unresponsive" McCoy in his locked silver Mercedes and saw a handgun in his lap.
McCoy began to stir, the report said, and the officers said they told him to keep his hands where they could see them.
Police said the six officers fired "multiple rounds" at McCoy after he "quickly reached" for a .40-caliber semiautomatic gun with an extended magazine.
The statement went on: "Fearing for their safety, six officers fired their duty weapons at the driver. All shots were fired in approximately four seconds."
Police called medical support but he died at the scene.
A driver who led police on a fiery high-speed chase made a miraculously getaway by racing through closing boom gates at a railway crossing - leaving officers no choice but to wait until the train passed.
Incredible footage showed the white Landcruiser send sparks flying as it dragged a trailer with no wheels along a road in the Perth suburb of Maddington on Tuesday night.
An unmarked police car followed the vehicle as it approached the train line crossing, but the boom gates began to close and the driver made it under with centimetres to spare.
Officers were forced to wait for the train to pass and the gates to reopen, by which time the driver was gone.
"KKK's got your ass, boy!" A woman arrested for DUI is captured on a Volusia County deputy's bodycam telling the black law enforcement officer what's going to happen to him. "You xxxxed with the wrong white people!"