Instant Karma for a cyclist who is running a red light Occurred on May 28, 2018 / Auckland, New Zealand My wife bought me a dash-cam for my birthday to use in my truck. It's been up and running for months with relatively uneventful things happening. All until yesterday, where a cyclist coming from my right decided not to stop for a red light. The light was green for myself and the truck in front to proceed ahead, however he spotted a police car on the left and honked his horn to alert the officer to the unlawful cyclist. The officer did a U-turn with lights and sirens on and stopped the cyclist. Instant Karma at its best!
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.
Woman tries to bite a cop DeWitt, Iowa, USA. A police officer who struck a handcuffed woman with his fist was given paid leave until the whole incident was investigated. It was said to be an inappropriate procedure when a woman tried to bite him in the hand.
Prosecutor discovers accused is at complainant’s home during Zoom hearing During a pre-trial hearing held on Zoom videoconferencing software, about a woman being beaten by her boyfriend, the assistant prosecutor finds the complainant's behavior suspicious, and then suspects the accused to be in the same room as her.
She interrupts the hearing and reports it to the judge who asks everyone for the address at which they are, then despite the accused's confused answers, the police intervene at the complainant's home following the call of the police officer who is in the center of the screen.
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.
Police Shootout in Los Angeles, California The officers encountered Carlos Torres Jr. on the front porch and attempted to speak with him. After several minutes of dialog, he stepped back into the residence as he removed a concealed handgun from his waistband.
A policeman gets hit by a car A police officer is hit by a car during an accident on the highway. He takes the time to push the person who is with him to protect him.