Law Enforcement

Delray Beach police officers responded to a call Saturday of a woman and children standing on a roof. When they got there, they say they found a 23-year-old woman who was hallucinating and two small children on the garage ledge on a townhouse. The woman has been committed to a mental health facility under the Baker Act and might face criminal charges, police said.

A shocking video shows the moment emergency workers in Florida had to hide from gunfire between a suspect and police.

County Sheriff Tommy Ford said at a news conference in Panama City that sporadic bursts of heavy gunfire had pinned several officers down at times as suspected assailant, Kevin Robert Holroyd, 49, fired from an elevated position with a rifle.

In the video, those gunshots can be heard nearby as members from the Panama City Fire Department and other first responders hide behind vehicles in a parking lot.

A terrified woman filmed the video of the shootout from her apartment.

A man in California said he was checking his security camera when he noticed several officers conducting what he said was a training exercise inside his home.

The homeowner, who was not identified, told KCRA that the Sacramento Police Department initially showed up to his Sacramento home on Wednesday night because a neighbor called 911 after seeing the man’s front open for several hours.

The man told the outlet that he and his family moved into the home about a month ago and didn’t close the door properly when they left.

In surveillance video from inside the home, several officers are seen checking the house to make sure no one was in there. They all have their guns drawn.

GEORGIA: Dashcam footage shows Alpharetta police dragging a 65-year-old grandmother out of her car during a traffic stop. According to reports, she was pulled over for failing to maintain her lane and allegedly refused to sign her citation because she thought that meant admitting guilt. She then asked to speak to a supervisor and refused to open her door, which led officers to arrest her for disorderly conduct. The cop who aggressively pulled her has since been suspended and an internal investigation for his conduct is underway.

What was supposed to be a day at the Happiest Place on Earth turned into horror for families who saw a young man get tackled to the ground by police at Disneyland.

One woman named Claire witnessed and filmed the entire altercation, which she told occurred near the ticket booth at the park’s entrance.

‘I heard a man screaming,’ she said. ‘When I looked over he was grabbing his head and throwing himself on the ground.’

Kentucky police detective assigned to drive a rape victim home in September 2017 is accused of taking her to a hotel and sexually assaulting her instead, prosecutors said.

John W. Nissen, of the Hillview Police Department, was indicted last week on charges of official misconduct, tampering with a witness and theft by deception, according to WLKY in Louisville.

Hillview Police Chief William Mahoney III said in a statement that the indictment stems from a September 2017 incident in which Nissen was indirectly involved. Department officials “became concerned” about the allegations and turned the investigation over to the Kentucky State Police, whose investigators in turn gave their findings to Shelly Alvey, the commonwealth attorney for Bullitt County.

The findings led Alvey to seek and obtain Nissen’s indictment.

Alvey told WLKY that the victim went to Hillview police officers to report she’d been raped by an officer in another Bullitt County department. Detectives interviewed the woman about the allegations.

“(Nissen) agreed to take her home, and the allegation is that when he left the police department, he actually drove her to the home of the alleged perpetrator,” Alvey told the news station.

From there, Nissen and the other officer, whose name has not been made public, took the woman to Wal-Mart, where they pooled their money to buy her a phone, Alvey told The Pioneer News, Bullitt County’s community newspaper.

An undercover ATF agent is expected to survive after being shot in the face in Chicago during a joint operation with the city’s police force. The agent was rushed to a hospital in critical condition after shots rang out in the Back of the Yard neighborhood around 3:15 a.m. local time, but the injuries he suffered to his face were not considered life-threatening.

“Bill” was at a west Columbus library with his granddaughter. He was waiting outside to leave when he heard police sirens. He tells us he looked around and saw a man with his hand in his waistband running toward him.

“Bill” assessed the situation as fast as he could, cane in hand. He heard officers yelling multiple times to drop the gun. “Bill” says with officers lagging a bit behind the suspect he did what he could to help them nab the armed man.

Bill stuck out a back leg to trip the suspect who was running from police. That move likely saved the 18-year-old suspect’s life. It also allowed police to catch up to him to make the arrest.

Police recovered a Glock 9 MM pistol with a high capacity extended clip containing 29 rounds. The suspect, with a lengthy criminal record, went back to jail. No one was injured.

Community involvement, be it by courage, bravery and/or fancy footwork, helped take a criminal off the streets of Columbus.

Stunning security footage shows Christopher Clay Rudd, 35, darting out of a courtroom in Spanish Fork, Utah, and flipping over a second-floor railing before slamming into the floor below. Rudd had reportedly been arrested on drug allegations and was in court on Monday for failing to attend court-ordered rehab. A court spokesman said Rudd broke his leg and pelvis and fractured his skull.

Miami police officer has been suspended from the force less than 12 hours after a video of him kicking a handcuffed man in the head went viral. The video stars with a man on the ground as an officer handcuffs him. Seconds after being cuffed, another officer runs up and kicks him in the head and then moves to tackle the prone and bound man. Two more officers come up and appear to speak to the other two cops as a person in the background is heard yelling “they didn’t have to do all that.”

$4 Million worth of drugs were found in a truck hauling Starbucks products between California and Spokane. The truck was stopped and police say suspicious activity led to the request of help from a narcotics K-9. The driver of the truck, identified by a Mexico driver’s license as 22-year-old Carlos Alejandro Luna-Rodriguez, and his passenger, 62-year-old Bernardo Olivas-Leyva from California, were booked into the Lewis County Jail

Police in southern Spain have seized a nearly nine tonne haul of cocaine hidden in a boat transporting bananas from Colombia – the largest ever shipment of the drug found entering Europe. The haul of 8.74 tonnes was found stashed among 1080 boxes of bananas on the boat, Mr Zoido said, hailing it as “the biggest stash seized in a shipment in all of Europe”. The drugs are estimated to have a street value in the hundreds of millions.

A former drug addict was reunited this week with the California officer who helped save her life by encouraging her to go to college during her numerous arrests.

Tiffany Hall is now nine years sober after being addicted to crack and she will soon be a college graduate.

On Tuesday morning, Hall reunited with Long Beach Lt Jim Foster, whom she says ‘encouraged’ her to get help and go to college.

Photos of their reunion show Hall hugging Foster and even kissing him on the cheek. She thanked Foster for helping save her life.

‘Everyone has a story that led them to that point,’ he said, according to the Press Telegram. ‘The greatest story of my career is connecting with people from the streets from time to time who have turned their lives around.’

Hall then handed Foster a white envelope containing an invite to her graduation.

‘I wouldn’t miss it for the world,’ Foster said to her as he smiled.

Portage police officer was knocked unconscious after a man he and his partner were trying to arrest kicked him in the head. The officers were arresting a 21-year-old man on a probation violation outside of the convenience store and a scuffle broke out. Dashcam footage shows Hellenbrand kicking one of the officers in the head, knocking him out cold for 2 minutes.

Texas police officers are lucky they didn’t arrive on this scene any earlier. The Hurst Police Department says a driver lost control of his car and slammed into a gas line. Moments after they arrived at the address of the accident, the house exploded before their eyes. Cops say a family of three was in the house at the time. They were taken to a local hospital with serious burns.

A Mississippi police chief is facing questions over a leaked video which seemingly shows him smoking marijuana.

Lumberton Police Chief Shane Flynt was allegedly captured on video, smoking what he, himself implies is marijuana. While it is unclear when the video was recorded, at times, Christmas music can be heard in the background.

Flynt’s chief uniform also appears to be seen in the background of the video.

According to CNN, Chief Flynt denies that he is in the video. He reportedly volunteered to take a drug test, but the results were incomplete.

The Fort Lauderdale Police Department is being sued by a citizen who was gruesomely beaten just eight days after testifying against an officer caught on tape beating a homeless man. The homeless man who was victimized, Bruce LeClair, was paid $50,000 in a legal settlement over the brutality that was agreed to in January.

Jessica Mooney testified in the criminal case against Officer Ramirez. Only eight days after testifying, Mooney was arrested by Fort Lauderdale police over a false claim she did not pay a $63.57 bill at the Quarterdeck Restaurant. After officers took Mooney to the station, she claims Officer Amanda Moreno “smashed her face” into a fingerprinting machine, followed by three or four officers kicking and punching her after she hit the ground.