The incident occurred in the village Tonshalovo Cherepovets district. The man ran out of the car to the store, and returned he did not find his car. He told the police about the hijacking, but it turned out that the car had run away.
Fake police officer detained in Florida Man posing as a policeman , with his motorcycle and his lights, making use of an escort license to funeral cars . He has been through this several times, and apparently wanted to feel like a cop.
Man smashes cop car in Fresno Fresno Police Thursday arrested a man seen in video jumping on top of a police vehicle, causing thousands in damage.
Customer Throws Eftpos Machines Occurred on May 11, 2018 / Adelaide, South Australia, Australia A twenty year old woman tried to pay for KFC via bank transfer but got turned down so she ripped out all the eftpos machines and receipt primer machines and ditched them back at the store, one of them hit a monitor and smashed it. She also picked up a twenty-four pack of 7up cans and threw that at the store. Two men then pinned her to the ground until around six police on horses arrived, arrested her and put her in the back of the police van. She also spat on the cops.
Race chase between the Geneva Police and a Clio 28.03.2018 A man on a bike was the collateral victim of a chase this Wednesday early in the afternoon in the city. He was hit by a car trying to sow the police. "The vital prognosis of the cyclist, born in 1990, is not engaged, says Jean-Claude Cantiello, spokesman of the police. But he was taken to the emergency department of the cantonal hospital. "At 1:30 pm, a patrol that was circulating at Bergues' wharf spotted a suspicious vehicle and triggered his siren. The car, with French plates, then fled. After crossing the Mont-Blanc bridge and taking the road to Chêne, the crazy car hit the man on a bicycle. Shortly after, the motorist, a Frenchman born in 1985, lost control of his craft at the crossroads with the Avenue de l'Amandolier. He is unscathed and has been arrested. The reasons that led him to flee the police are not yet known. The lurch of the suspect car caused a partial closure of the Oak Road in the early afternoon and disrupted traffic.
AR-15 shootout in a Store Police released surveillance of shooting that occurred at a Bridgeport, Connecticut deli on February 27, 2018. In the video, two men are seen getting out of a vehicle and opening fire on several unsuspecting customers gathered inside the store. One of the suspects is seen accidentally shooting his accomplice in the arm with an AR-15 rifle. Police said four people were shot during the incident including, one person in the buttocks, one person in the stomach and another in the hand.
Police Flip Suspect’s Car in Chase Occurred on October 15, 2017 / USA "My two kids and I were sitting in traffic on our way to lunch. That’s when I saw five police cars with flashing lights start heading our way and so I started video recording. I didn’t notice that the police were chasing anyone until after I started videoing. The suspect passed right next to me almost taking off my side mirror. Just as the suspect past me, the Georgia State patrol car performed a pit maneuver and pushed the vehicle into the median, flipping it right in front of me with perfect technique. The suspects' injuries were minor and police found narcotics inside the vehicle. The man in the passenger was involved in an officer shooting and hit-and-run two years prior."
Bodycam Shows Fatal Police Shootout in Grand Rapids, Michigan The Kent County prosecutor says Grand Rapids officers were justified in fatal shooting of 18-year-old man during a gun battle earlier this month. Prosecutor Chris Becker released his decision Tuesday, along with dash camera and body camera video showing the May 3 shooting of Malik Carey. The footage from dashcams and bodycams shows officers approach Carey as he was seated in the back seat of a car on Dickinson Street near Kalamazoo Avenue SE. They were looking for him in coordination with Grand Rapids Public Schools because he hadn’t been showing up for class. Prosecutors say Carey gave a fake name, so officers waited to get a picture of him to confirm he was the person they were looking for. In the meantime, Carey and one of the officers chatted nonchalantly about Carey’s dreadlocks.
Michigan Cop Shatters Car Window After Driver Refuses To Give ID A Downriver police chief says her department will investigate the arrest of a man who was pulled from his car after an officer shattered a window. The American Civil Liberties Union of Michigan posted dash cam video of the April 2016 traffic stop and sent a letter Tuesday to the Taylor police department. Chief Mary Sclabassi said that her department will conduct a “thorough and diligent investigation.” Taylor officers stopped a car driven by Calvin Jones, who traveling with his wife and a boy, and things got tense when Jones apparently declined to provide identification. In the video, Jones is heard saying, “You gotta let me know what’s going on, man,” to which an officer replies, “You’re going to jail is what’s going on.” As another officer puts on gloves, Jones asks, “For what?…On what charges?” That’s when the cop in the gloves pulls on the driver’s side window, breaking it. There is some yelling as Jones is dragged out of the car onto the ground and arrested. The officer who broke the window claims Jones was reaching for something between seats. Jones said he was just trying to unlock his seat belt.
Wimpy Robbers Fail To Break Glass During Pathetic Burglary Attempt Well, that was embarrassing. A pair of wannabe burglars in Florida tried to break into a gas station, but the dumb duo was unable to even get inside the door thanks to a pane of impact-resistant glass. Surveillance footage obtained from a Port St. Lucie gas station and released by police shows the two men confidently strolling up to the front of the store before using a metal implement to smash open a large window adjacent to the doors. The first few swings shatter the glass and appear to make a small hole, but after several more wild swings – and a few shoulder checks – the robber realizes that there’s no getting inside. His accomplice appears to signal that it’s time to leave, but the frustrated man continues hammering the sturdy glass. After trying for nearly a minute, the pair finally decides to leave, but not before one of the robbers throws a few flying kicks at the stubborn window hoping for a last-second miracle. It doesn’t come. Police have yet to identify the culprits, whose humiliating robbery attempt cost the gas station owner roughly $6,000 in damages. Glass that strong doesn’t come cheap, it appears.