Ohio Cop Indicted For Fatally Shooting A Man During A Traffic Stop!
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Ohio Cop Indicted For Fatally Shooting A Man During A Traffic Stop! Ohio Prosecutors Release Video of Police Officer Shooting Sam Dubose
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."
Man who had spent 25 years in prison, finally found not guilty Daniel Villegas, now 41, returns to a courtroom for the third time to face murder charges. Some background on his case: the charges Villegas is facing date back to 1993, when Armando “Mando” Lazo and Bobby England were gunned down in El Paso, Texas. Villegas was 16 years old at the time. He then confessed to those shootings, but later claimed he was coerced by an El Paso police officer into a confession. Villegas had a mistrial in 1994 due to a hung jury, then a conviction in his second trial in 1995.
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.
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.
Boyfriend stages a motorbike crash for a pitiful wedding proposal This is the bizarre moment a boyfriend played dead in a fake motorbike accident in front of his distraught girlfriend – before making a surprise marriage proposal. The man, later identified as Jeffrey Delrio, staged the scene with help from traffic cops who parked their truck in front of him as he lay lifeless on the ground next to his motorcycle. A traffic officer then arrived at the scene with his girlfriend Shiela Parayanon and told her to prepare for the worst. Visibly panicked, she ran over to Jeffrey in floods of tears on the road in South Cotabato, the Philippines, on September 30.
Verona, Italy: Tunisian immigrant escapes 8 police officers A routine check on a Tunisian man of non-EU origin embarrassed the local police. The migrant refuses to empty his pockets or identify himself. Then he escapes, not even one of the eight Louis-de-Funes-style policemen can not block him.
Patient policeman versus a very drunk and annoying dude Body camera footage released by the Spokane Police Department Wednesday shows how Sgt. Eric Kannberg was dealing with one drunken individual when another person approached him and intervened. During the incident, went on for nearly four minutes, Kannberg asked the individual to step away from him multiple times and, at one point, the man hit the officer's hand. Eventually, after running down the street, Kannberg caught up with him and took him into custody.
Police Officer Pulls Over His Chief Tucson police Chief Chris Magnus experienced what all drivers dread — the flashing blue-and-red lights in the rear-view mirror. In a traffic encounter captured on a police body camera, a Tucson officer pulled over a dark-colored SUV for a red-light infraction only to learn that the driver was his boss. According to the video the officer tells Magnus that he observed the SUV turn left onto North Alvernon Way from East Broadway after the light had turned red. It was only after he walked up to the SUV that it appears the officer realized that it was Magnus, who was wearing his uniform.
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.
Man Livestreams Being Chased by Officers On Clearwater Beach Nearly Hitting Beachgoers Video publicly obtained from the Facebook page of Stiles Ryan Clearwater Police are on scene of an incident on the north part of Clearwater Beach where a vehicle drove on the sand all the way north onto Caladesi Island. At times he was reported to have driven over chairs and umbrellas. Officers do not believe there are any injuries. The suspect was taken into custody by Clearwater Police on the north end of Caladesi Island. He livestreamed his drive on Facebook Live during much of the time.
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.