This is the moment paedophile hunters snared a pervert as he tried to meet a 13-year-old girl.
Sean Eland thought he was having online chats with a teenager called Jessica on the messaging site Whatsapp.
But Newcastle Crown Court heard the 25-year-old had been duped by Dark Justice - a vigilante group who aim to expose adults looking for sex with children
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Dashcam footage has been released that shows the moment five officers shot at an armed robbery suspect when he pulled out a gun in the middle of the street.
The video shows the officers in Jackson, Michigan repeatedly telling Kenneth Townley, 47, to drop his gun before eventually opening fire after he refused.
No charges will be filed against the five officers after a Jackson County prosecutor determined that the shooting was justified.
The harrowing footage begins when the officers pull up and see Townley, who matched the description of a man who robbed a nearby Dollar General store just minutes earlier.
Uploaded May 19, 2018 Video footage captured by body cameras worn by two St. George Police officers shows an aggressive German shepherd lunging at the officers
Paedophile hunters ambushed a suspected sex offender outside a primary school, ignoring teachers' pleas to leave.
Staff at Blackhall Primary in Edinburgh sheltered the man inside the school as the vigilantes live-streamed from outside school gates.
Dozens of people then took to social media to castigate school staff for harbouring the man, who has been accused of sending indecent images to a 14-year-old boy.
Teachers can be heard during the live-stream pleading with the vigilantes to move away from the school as they may frighten children during lunchtime.
The incident will add to concern about the activities of paedophile hunters, who in some parts of the country have been threatened with arrest.
A gunman who fired shots to bring police to the Trump National Doral golf course and resort early Friday was disabled by five officers who shot him in his legs, a police chief said.
The resort is in northwest Miami-Dade County. It is owned by President Donald Trump’s privately held company; he was not on the premises during the 1:30 a.m. incident.
Arrested was Jonathan Oddi, 42, a Doral resident who was hospitalized in stable condition. The only other reported injury was to a Doral police officer who broke his wrist.
A police chief said officers were called after Oddi pointed a handgun at staff and began firing.
Miami-Dade Police Director Juan Perez said Oddi appparently wanted to “engage our police officers, some type of ambush type attack, trying to lure our police officers.”
One officer from Miami-Dade police and four officers from Doral Police raced to the hotel at Northwest 36th Street and 87th Avenue and all exchanged gunfire with Oddi, Perez said.
“He did succeed, and he did lose,” Perez said. “That’s the bottom line.”
The two police agencies train together and Perez credited that collaboration with a prompt end to the threat. No hotel employees or guests were hurt.
Police officers in Texas have been cleared in the killing of Lawrence Shaw. Recently released footage shows a knife-brandishing Shaw approaching the officers, ignoring their orders and not stopping even after being tased twice.
An acid attack victim's agonised shouts can be heard in the background of a 999 call made by a Good Samaritan neighbour who went to his aid.
Mark Van Dongen’s ran out onto the street dressed in just his boxer shorts and screaming for help moments after he was doused by acid by his ex-girlfriend Berlinah Wallace.
Wallace, 48, was found not guilty of murdering Mr van Dongen, who died by euthanasia after suffering catastrophic injuries.
The fashion student was found guilty of throwing a corrosive substance with intent after she threw sulphuric acid over him as he lay sleeping at her flat in Bristol.
WARNING - GRAPHIC CONTENT: The man can be seen flying through the air completely naked before slamming into the ground during a drugs raid in Warsaw, Poland
The footage was shot during a major countrywide anti-drugs crackdown in Poland.
Apparently captured by the man's CCTV , the video shows the alleged criminal launching himself from the first floor after the heavily-armed officers began entering the building.
He can been seen flying through the air, with nothing covering him but his tattoos.
He lands in a heap on the ground outside his garage. But instead of getting up and bolting away in his birthday suite, he lies clutching himself.
SWAT officers surround him and briefly wrestle to ensure he doesn't run away.
A team of more than 100 SWAT officers, anti-drugs officers and customs officers raided 34 homes in the capital city of Warsaw, the nearby town of Wolomin and surrounding villages.
A motorcyclist’s helmet camera captured the terrifying moment he survived a hijacking when an armed robber shot him in the leg after threatening to kill him for his motorbike.
Despite giving up his vehicle without a struggle and running to escape, Luiz Carlos dos Santos Perez, 57, was reportedly still shot by the ruthless gangster.
The bullet grazed his left leg and passed through his right thigh, just above the knee.
The entire horrific action was caught on camera as it unfolded on Tuesday, at around 10am, on a main road in the north zone of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
A homeowner was shocked after coming home to a house that look as it if had been ransacked - only to discover the 'culprits' were armed police.
The man from Sacremento, USA, said the officers were originally called to his home by a neighbour who called the emergency services when he spotted the front door open.
But after realising there was no danger, the armed police officers appear to go through the house on a training exercise.
The homeowner told news station KCRA: "I thought I was robbed.
A Canton man is recovering in the hospital after a traffic stop.
Ronald Wagner II was pulled over Sunday by an Ohio State Highway Patrol trooper for not having a front license plate.
Wagner refused to get out of his vehicle, so the trooper called the Canton Police Department for help. The officers brought a K-9, who bit down on Wagner, getting him out of the car.
Wagner argues it's within his rights to stay in his car. “I'm staying inside my vehicle, where my rights are protected by the Fourth Amendment,” Wagner argued.
When asked why he didn’t comply with officers. He responded, “Once you comply, you give up your rights. I didn’t want to give up my rights, so I did not consent."
Wagner has been in the hospital since the incident on Sunday. He has undergone two surgeries, but was expected to be released Tuesday night. He says he is considering a lawsuit. Canton police say they incident is under review.
Indiana police have released shocking video of a gun-toting man who ambushed officers with an AR-15 after allegedly killing his neighbor.
Barry Freeman, 51, opened fire on multiple officers of the Evansville Police Department after they responded to a shots fired call along North Kentucky Avenue shortly after 9pm Friday night.
After ambushing officers, Freeman shot and killed neighbor, Jeffrey Kempf, 56, before he was shot and killed by a SWAT Team member of the department.
Police said they aren't sure why Freeman went on the shooting spree, but they believe it may have had something to do with a disagreement with a family member.
The shoot-out lasted for nearly an hour before Freeman was killed. Freeman, who was half-naked, fired dozens of rounds from the AR-15 and a shotgun.
Four law enforcement vehicles, four houses, and two businesses were damaged by the gunfire.
A New Jersey board of education member is being called to resign after she allegedly tried to 'manipulate' a police officer and attempted to use 'civic privilege' to avoid a ticket.
Stephanie Lawson-Muhammad, a South Orange and Maplewood Board of Education, was pulled over on April 27 by officer Shaun Horst for 'doing 37 in a 25'.
'My name is Stephanie Lawson-Muhammad, I'm on the school board, I'm a community member of this town. I'm sorry if I was speeding,' she can be heard telling the officer.
Cops Tased Obvious Prankster In The Back At LAX For Slipping Through TSA Security!
Police were called to an Arkansas home where an unfit father went berserk and took a knife to his two-year-old daughter and her mother following a domestic dispute.
On May 3rd, 2018 the officer involved in a February 19th, 2018 officer-involved shooting of an armed subject was cleared by the Denton County Grand Jury and an internal investigation by the Denton Police Department Office of Professional Standards.
A sex toy gang was paraded in front of dozens of banned dildos by cops in Cambodia in a bizarre stunt to shame the illegal activity.
The four men and one woman, were made to stand behind the goods they were accused of illegally selling over Facebook Live.
Officers seized ten rubber vaginas, 45 vibrators, 11 rubber penises, 53 adult DVDs and hundreds of pills and lubricants in a raid on a warehouse in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
Sex toys are banned in the south east Asian country despite its red-light district.
In the video police chief Lieutenant General Rath Sreang waves a plastic penis at the camera as he slams the five for "abusing the privileges of the free marked".
A military police off duty was attending a Mother's Day party at the school where her daughter studied, the Ferreira Master College, in the city of Suzano, in the interior of São Paulo.
But when she was there, an assault occurred, and in reaction, she shot a suspect in front of the school. According to information from the Military Police for the G1 of Mogi das Cruzes and Suzano, the 21-year-old suspect was carrying a .38 caliber revolver and had already approached other mothers, as well as having searched the school's security to see if he carried weapons.
Also according to the PM, the police saw the movement and heard a woman saying it was robbery. At this point, she walked away, pulled out the gun and fired three times at the suspect.
Police said the man, who had already shot a shot that did not hit anyone, did a second shot, which failed. That's when the police officer got close. The suspect was rescued to the Santa Casa de Suzano, but it did not resist the injuries and it died.
Ofc. Raymond Rosario was caught on school security camera pulling the teens hair, whipping her with a belt, and punching her in the face.
A Border Patrol Agent was seriously injured after the car struck a steel-framed stop sign.
Police in Seattle rescued two kayakers in distress after commandeering a nearby Jet Ski. One man's vehicle was sinking and a woman fell out of a nearby boat. Both were rescued, and the Jet Ski was returned to its owner.
An officer with the Round Rock Police Department was conducting a traffic stop. The officer had noticed that the Honda Accord he pulled over was driving too close behind another vehicle.
After the occupants of the vehicle struggled and gave conflicting stories to the officer, a K-9 unit dog gave a positive alert giving away the drugs to authorities. All 71lbs of the methamphetamine totals out to a street value of $2million.
A fatal shooting between a Jackson police officer and two men early Wednesday morning was caught on .
The shows the officer next to a vehicle, talking to the driver with his door open.
The two begin to struggle shortly after the driver — identified as 30-year-old Elliott Reed — steps out of the SUV.
As Reed and the officer continue to struggle away from the vehicle, the passenger, 26-year-old Chauncy Reed, follows with what appears to be a gun aimed at his brother and the officer.
The officer retreats behind his patrol car and the two Reeds are shown getting back into the SUV as the window of the driver's door appears to shatter.
Elliott Reed later died of his injuries
An Ohio sheriff's office employee overdosed while on the job and injured the firefighter who tried to save him.
Paul Grivas, 54, was found slumped over and unresponsive in his marked sheriff's department car at an IHOP parking lot in Brooklyn, Ohio, in March.
Grivas, who works as a process server for the Cuyahoga County Sheriff's Department, was taken from his car and revived after several doses of naloxone.
Body cam footage shows when he finally woke up and put up a fight flailing his arms and legs so much that he gave a firefighter a concussion as he worked to save Grivas' life.
Millville police department got into a shootout with Jose M. Pietri who is wanted in Camden County for murder. The dashcam footage shows the high-speed chase which let to Pietri fatally dying in the shootout.
A naked man was apprehended at a central Florida airport on Friday after attempting to get onto a tarmac through the baggage carousel and claiming a bomb was planted in a restroom, which caused an evacuation.
No explosives were found at Daytona Beach International Airport, said Volusia County Sheriff Michael Chitwood at a news conference after passengers were allowed to go back inside the airport.
Instead, deputies found the man's clothes in a backpack hidden in some drywall in a restroom under construction.
An arrest of an undocumented immigrant by Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents in San Diego County that was caught on video may be thrown out if a judge finds the arrest unreasonable.
A cell phone video recorded by one of his daughters shows the arrest of Alberto Alonso Hernandez in his National City home on Tuesday.
He was arrested on a federal warrant for reentering the country after he was already deported.
Heavily armed ICE agents - driven in unmarked vehicles - can be seen breaking into a metal door at the home as the man's wife tries to keep the door shut.
A video posted to Facebook on May 8 shows a North Carolina police officer choking a man wearing prom attire and slamming him to the ground.
Warsaw Police Chief Eric Southerland told The News & Observer in an interview Wednesday that the officer in the video is a part of the Warsaw Police Department. Warsaw is about an hour south and east of Raleigh.
The department and District Attorney Ernie Lee are investigating the May 5 incident, Southerland said. Lee said he has asked the the State Bureau of Investigation to assist.
Southerland did not identify the officer or the man involved in the video.
"We are aware of the video and currently working on an investigation, following up based on the video posted, doing interviews, gathering video evidence," Southerland said.
Anthony Wall, 22, of Fayetteville, said he was at Waffle House with a group after taking his 16-year-old sister to prom. He said he and his sister argued with Waffle House employees and the police were called.
The argument began when a Waffle House employee cursed at people in his group after they sat at a table that had not been cleaned yet, he said. Then, Wall said, a waitress called the police.
A love triangle led to shots fired during a chase that ended at a hospital in Dearborn with the suspect killing himself.