Sooooo cops are human after all … lol
Sooooo cops are human after all … lol
Illinois police choked and cuffed this teen after entering his home without a warrant — and they never charged him with a crime.
Wtf did I just witness pic.twitter.com/vaBT7Z8Wrf
— Estebanana (@Esteebanana) September 4, 2019
A San Bernardino County sheriff’s deputy narrowly escaped serious injuries during a deputy-involved shooting in Victorville, which was captured on dramatic video that shows the suspect aiming gunfire at the deputy as she tried to get away. The shooting occurred just before 8:30 a.m. on Wednesday in front of homes in the 13000 block of Cabazon Court, according to the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department.
Cellphone video shows the deputy in a physical altercation with the suspect. During the scuffle, two shots can be heard going off, then the deputy is seen getting off the ground and running away from the suspect. The suspect also stands up armed with a gun, begins walking toward her, and fires at the deputy at least twice. It’s unclear if the gun was taken from the deputy during the altercation or if he already had it. “That’s when a whole army of police came around the corner,” said a man who witnessed the episode, “came into this cul-de-sac right here and opened fire on the suspect.”
The suspect was taken to the hospital in an unknown condition, according to the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department. The deputy was injured but was not shot; she is expected to be O.K. According to a sheriff’s spokeswoman Jodi Miller, a “very upset female” called 911 shortly before 8:30 a.m. and pleaded for help, asking authorities to remove her son from her home. Neighbors said a female deputy arrived at the scene first and tried to arrest the suspect, but the confrontation turned violent.
After the suspect shot at the deputy, witness Fany Contreras said, he held the gun with both hands, extended his arms in front of his body and again pointed the firearm at her. “She was so lucky,” Contreras said. “She was lucky this time.” Meanwhile, there was a second deputy-involved shooting about 6 miles away near Heatherdale Road. Sheriff’s officials said the two were unrelated.
Bodycam and dashcam video released from the Lakemoor, Illinois Police Department of a fatal officer-involved shooting during a traffic stop on July 26, 2018 of a man wanted for murder.
Police pulled Diiriye Ali-Jamac, 34, from a flight to Ethiopia, moments before the plane was due to take off from Heathrow. He has since been sentenced to six years in prison for having sex with a 14-year-old girl. Bodycam footage shows a Heathrow police officer entering the plane and approaching the stunned 34-year-old. Calmly asking to Ali-Jamac’s passport, the officer then escorts the would-be fugitive off the flight, less than 30 minutes before it was due to leave
“Lucky,” he said. “I think I would have been doing a bid upstate right now without the audio.”
Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Deputy Angel Reinosa fabricated a claim that he was shot Wednesday afternoon while standing in the parking lot of the Lancaster Sheriff’s station, department officials announced Saturday night.
Reinosa confessed to detectives during a follow up interview Saturday, was relieved of duty and will likely face criminal charges
A Bridgeport police officer was placed on administrative leave after being captured on video apparently striking a suspect in the head with a gun. The police department has launched an investigation into the incident & say that this behavior will not be allowed in the City of Bridgeport.
Willis, TX – Two former Willis police officers were sentenced to a year in jail after lying about an arrest captured on bodycam video.
Kenneth Elmore and John McCaffery were each convicted of felony tampering with a government record.
The charges stemmed from a July 2017 arrest.
Bodycam video presented during the trial showed a man walking through a residential area as McCaffery joked about a “drive-by tasing.”
“Yeah, I’m not gonna chase him on foot, I don’t need to chase him. My car will chase him though,” another officer replied. “He’s pissing me off now.”
As one of the officers is driving while holding a Taser, you hear him yelling “Get him, get him, get him!”
You can then hear the same cop taunting the man with a string of profanities as he was face-down and being handcuffed.
The man was charged with evading arrest, but the charge was dropped a few months later, following an investigation. We are not identifying him since the charge was dropped.
The Texas Rangers launched an investigation, and Elmore and McCaffery were indicted in 2018.
“They attacked [the man], charged him with a crime he didn’t commit, and lied to cover it up,” Montgomery County District Attorney Brett Ligon said in a statement. “These defendants disregarded their oaths to protect, to serve and to tell the truth.”
that training shows!
A Florida police officer surrendered to authorities Wednesday after pushing a handcuffed inmate into a wall, causing the man’s head to bleed. The video shows an officer, identified as Lester Brown, slamming the inmate head-first into a concrete wall in the booking room of the facility. The inmate, identified as Jose Garcia Alvarado, falls to the floor as blood pours from his head.
Video showing a veteran Rhode Island state trooper using force against a suspect in a holding cell has been released from a federal court seal. The video was taken in 2014 and shows Trooper Jamie Donnelly-Taylor walking suspect Lionel Monsanto into a cell at the Lincoln state police barracks. Donnelly-Taylor is then seen throwing several punches at Monsanto, who falls to the floor.
The tape has been part of an ongoing legal battle between the trooper, state police, and the attorney general’s office. Donnelly-Taylor pleaded no contest to simple assault, but said he did so because then-Col. Steven O’Donnell assured him the plea would prevent the video from becoming public and the state would represent him in any lawsuit, according to a statement from his attorney. Then-Attorney General Peter Kilmartin eventually decided not to represent the trooper. The state reached a $125,000 settlement with Monsanto last year.
Donnelly-Taylor’s attorney argued that Monsanto first struck the trooper with his elbow, before Donnelly-Taylor used force.
“This case was truly a miscarriage of justice. A video showing an officer’s use of force is never pretty. However, viewing the video in slow motion in this case clearly shows that the officer was assaulted by the suspect prior to using force,” said attorney John Martin.
Donnelly-Taylor is a 17-year veteran of the state police. He is currently on injured on duty status.
A person with ties to the Shelby County Sheriff’s Office shared some disturbing videos that show an inmate being attacked while in custody.
The video shows an inmate at the Shelby County Detention Center being pepper- sprayed then kicked by several officers with the county’s Detention Response Team.
As the video continues, the same kicking officer can be seen exchanging words with the inmate. Jailers the step in to separate the two.
The sheriff’s office responded by saying in part, “Once he attacked the deputy, the team immediately tried to gain control of the combative inmate, who positioned himself in a fighting stance, presumably to attack additional deputies.”
Video released Monday shows the moments before, during and after two Bell County corrections officers beat a man after moving him in handcuffs to a padded cell because he had “become paranoid and unruly.”
Jvareus Aquer Pratt, 23, of Temple has been jailed since Feb. 27 in lieu of $200,000 bond, on charges stemming from an incident in which one of his girlfriend’s children was hit with a charger and another was burned with a curling iron.
Bell County corrections officers Kelvin Miller, 34, and Terrance Gardner, 28, were arrested on March 18 and charged with assault/bodily injury and violation of the civil rights of a person in custody following a Texas Rangers investigation of the incident, which occurred on March 14.
Both were released after posting $5,000 bonds.
Pratt was named in indictments back in March charging assault of a family or household member with previous convictions and injury to a child.
In the video, the corrections officers responded to his cell at around 3:42 a.m. on March 14 after Pratt “relayed to the deputies that he did ingest methamphetamine and (had) become paranoid and unruly,” the affidavits say.
State troopers confiscate a guys phone and did not know that it was still recording while carrying it back to their patrol car, where it then captured the troopers’ plotting on what charges to make up so that they can cover their own behinds. Footage via Youtube: Bird Plan.
Mexico has deployed almost 15,000 soldiers and members of its National Guard in the north of the country to stem the flow of illegal immigration across the border into the United States. Mexico has not traditionally used security forces to stop undocumented foreign citizens leaving the country for the U.S., and photographs of militarized police catching Central American and Cuban women at the border in recent days have met with criticism. Mexico is trying to curb a surge of migrants from third countries crossing its territory in order to reach the United States, under the threat of tariffs on its exports by U.S. President Donald Trump, who has made tightening border security a priority
An Albuquerque woman was filmed yelling obscenities at a police officer after she was arrested for allegedly riding her electric scooter in the wrong direction while intoxicated.
Lily Romero, 27, was the first resident of the New Mexico city who was arrested for DWI on an electric scooter – just days after the vehicles were legally allowed onto the town’s roadways.
Albuquerque rolled out its rent-a-scooter program operated by the Boston-based company Zagster.
Local laws require e-scooter riders to stay in bike lanes. Wherever there aren’t bike lanes, e-scooters must be ridden on sidewalks.
After being stopped, Romero told police that she was returning from a bar, where she drank two beers, KOB-TV reported.
In the police complaint, officers allege that they could smell alcohol on her breath.
In the video, the officer is seen trying to explain to Romero why she is being pulled over despite her not driving a car.
‘If I fail this I’m going to get a DWI? Is that what you’re saying?’
The officer replies that there will be an investigation and that her being charged is a possibility.
A Lancaster County PA, Judge Dennis E. Reinaker is pulled over for tailgating and honking at an East Lampter Township officer in an unmarked police car. Dash Cam footage shows the judge using his position of power to get away with out any citation or warning.
Tulsa police released dramatic body camera video of a suspect falling off of a bridge while trying to escape police.
Officers were called about someone pointing a deadly weapon and shooting with intent to kill near 31st and Sheridan the morning of April 30. Police found the suspect near I-244 and Sheridan when they began to follow his vehicle and attempted to pull him over, police say.
Damico Taylor, 23, of Sand Springs, accelerated hard westbound on I-244 from Delaware Avenue. A short chase began but ended less than a minute later when Taylor’s vehicle hit a barrier wall on the north leg of the Inner Dispersal Loop, police say.
Taylor exited the vehicle and tried to escape by crossing the barrier wall of the elevated roadway. He fell more than 30 feet to the ground below.
He was taken to the hospital where he was admitted in stable condition.
A .40 cal Glock 23C semi-auto pistol, chamber loaded, was recovered from the vehicle.
Bodycam footage released by a Wisconsin police department shows officers engaged in a gun battle with a man who they had just administered Narcan and it ends with an innocent bystander and the gunman being shot dead.
Officer Paul Christensen and Sgt. Christopher Biese exchanged shots with 47-year-old Ruben Houston of Wausau on May 15 outside of Appleton’s downtown transit center. Christensen was wounded, along with a bystander. Both have been released from the hospital.
Appleton firefighter Mitchell Lundgaard, 36, was shot and died of his injuries at a hospital.
Footage shows the moment when Houston opened fire on the responding officers. He pulls out a gun and opens fire before the officer runs off and gets in a position to return fire.
Houston was shot several times and later died at a hospital. He had been out on bond for drug charges.
tasers are trash weapons
OHIO: Cuyahoga County officials have released surveillance video that shows now-indicted corrections officers spraying pepper foam on an inmate while she is restrained in a chair.
Clark is accused of using pepper foam on the female in July 2018, while guard Robert Marsh is charged with unlawfully restraining her. Marsh also allegedly struck the inmate.
The incident was caught on the two angles of jail’s surveillance cameras.
The men are two of five corrections officers who were indicted following a lengthy investigation by the Ohio Attorney General’s Office.
A prosecutor has announced felony charges against an Atlanta-area police officer who was captured on video hitting a homeless woman inside a convenience store.
Cellphone video forced prosecutors to reconsider the use-of-force case involving DeKalb County officer Phillip Larscheid from two years ago.
The officer was called to a Decatur gas station for a shoplifting and loitering call involving Katie McCrary but when she tried to leave and push past the officer, he beat her with his baton.
The GBI then turned over its findings to the DeKalb County District Attorney’s Office.
“We determined that the case warranted proprietorial action and presented the case today to the grand jury for one count of aggravated assault and one count of violation of oath of office, both felony charges,” said DeKalb County district attorney Sherry Boston.
McCrary was arrested and taken to jail but her injuries looked so severe the jail wouldn’t take her, and sent her to the hospital instead.
The charges against McCrary have been dropped.
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A Florida man is claiming his First Amendment rights were violated after he was arrested Sunday for sporting an “I Eat Ass” sticker on his truck, which is apparently a violation of the state’s obscenity law.
According to the Lake City Reporter, 23-year-old Dillon Shane Webb was pulled over on Highway 90 after an officer with the Columbia County Sheriff’s Office spotted his “I Eat Ass” sticker on the back of his Chevrolet truck.
A former Ormond Beach police officer was arrested after Flagler County deputies said he was involved in a crash while allegedly driving drunk Sunday afternoon, according to the Sheriff’s Office.
Brenton Hodge, 55, is facing charges of driving under the influence and possession of marijuana, jail records show.
According to FCSO, deputies responded to the crash on U.S. 1 at Seminole Woods Boulevard. Hodge was sitting in the driver’s seat of a blue Nissan with severe damage to the rear, deputies said.
Deputies said they could smell alcohol on his breath, that his eyes were bloodshot and there were several beer cans scattered on the floor of his car.
Deputies said when they questioned Hodge, he flashed his wallet and badge and told deputies he was a retired Ormond Beach police officer.
After paramedics arrived, deputies said they saw Hodge try to conceal a clear plastic bag down the front of his blue jeans, which contained several smaller bags of marijuana.
“As a former law enforcement officer, he should be well aware of the dangers of drinking and driving,” Sheriff Rick Staly said in a statement.
The driver of the other car involved in the crash was taken to the hospital, deputies said.
Hodge is being held at the Flagler County Jail in lieu of $3,500 bail.