FROM MIRROR ONLINE - Kyle Brindley, 22, swerved red lights and hit speeds of 65mph as he tried to evade capture in Bolton town centre, Greater Manchester - he and another burglar have now been jailed
Baltimore's Fox45 obtained footage of a city officer manipulating discovery of a drug stash. The charges were dropped for the case, but the police haven't made a statement about whether or not the officer is on active duty as they investigate the incident.
The Minneapolis police officer said to be the one who fired the shot that killed 40-year-old Justine Damond Saturday night in southwest Minneapolis had three complaints on file, according to city records.
Multiple sources confirmed to KSTP Monday morning that the identity of the officer is Mohamed Noor.
The Hennepin County Medical Examiner's autopsy report, released Monday night, indicates Damond died from a single gunshot wound to the abdomen, and that the manner of death was a homicide.
Noor joined the department in March 2015 and is currently assigned to the 5th Precinct in the southwest part of the city.
City records show one complaint against him was dismissed with no disciplinary action being taken. The other two remain open.
Minneapolis Police Chief Janee Harteau is calling the officer-involved shooting "clearly a tragic death."
The chief said in a statement Monday afternoon:
I want to acknowledge the pain and frustration that family and community members have following the fatal officer involved shooting on Saturday night. This is clearly a tragic death.
I also want to assure you that I understand why so many people have so many questions at this point. I have many of the same questions and it is why we immediately asked for an external and independent investigation into the officer-involved shooting death. I've asked for the investigation to be expedited to provide transparency and to answer as many questions as quickly as we can.
A source with direct knowledge of the shooting said Monday the officer fired at least once, killing the woman. The source said that Noor was sitting in the passenger seat at the time of the shooting.
Noor reportedly shot across his partner who was the driver of the squad at the time. The shooting occurred at 11:30 p.m. Saturday.
Noor issued a statement through attorney Tom Plunkett Monday afternoon:
"Officer Noor extends his condolences to the family and anyone else who has been touched by this event. He takes their loss seriously and keeps them in his daily thoughts and prayers," the statement read.
"He came to the United States at a young age and is thankful to have had so many opportunities. He takes these events very seriously because, for him, being a police officer is a calling. He joined the police force to serve the community and to protect the people he serves. Officer Noor is a caring person with a family he loves and he empathizes with the loss others are experiencing.
"The current environment for police is difficult, but Officer Noor accepts this as part of his calling. We would like to say more, and will in the future. At this time, however, there are several investigations ongoing and Officer Noor wants to respect the privacy to the family and asks the same in return during this difficult period."
Shock footage out of Las Vegas illustrates the dangers our brave police officers face on a daily basis. Bodycam footage from a July 11th incident captured a crazed man charging a Las Vegas police officer, while stabbing himself. As the man made contact with the vehicle, the officer shot him dead with six shots. RT reports: “The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department released bodycam footage of the fatal shooting of a knife-wielding suspect who attempted to steal a car before repeatedly stabbing himself with his own weapon. Assistant Sheriff Todd Fasulo held a press conference Thursday in which he described the incident in detail before showing security camera and bodycam footage of the entire scene. It was the 11th officer-involved shooting in Las Vegas in 2017.”
“This incident took place Tuesday July 11, at 1:08pm when officer William Pollock, 56, a 16-year veteran of the police force, responded to a 911 call about an attempted carjacking by a man wielding a 10-inch knife. Blaylock fled the scene and was met by Pollock at approximately 1:26pm. Despite repeated commands to stop and drop the knife, Blaylock continued to approach the vehicle going so far as to grab the door with his free hand.” -- Pollock ordered Blaylock to stop and drop the knife, which Blaylock ignored. Blaylock repeatedly stabbed himself with the knife, which Pollock relayed to dispatch before the shooting started. He charged the police car and was shot twice initially, falling to the ground within 9ft of the vehicle. He then rose to his knees and attempted to stab the officer again and was shot a further four times before falling within 3ft of the vehicle according to Fasulo.
The Canton Police Department released body camera video after an officer-involved shooting with a man who allegedly pointed a gun at officers early Wednesday morning. The video shows the officer exiting his police vehicle, pursuing 18-year-old Jashaun Malik Nickol and firing at him several times. After another short pursuit, the officer finally catches up to the suspect, who is writhing on the ground in a fenced yard. According to Canton police, officers approached a suspicious group of males at 11th Street and Worley Avenue NW just before 2 a.m. Wednesday. Police say Nickol took off from the scene, but police caught up to him at a nearby intersection. He pointed a gun at the officers, who then fired back at the suspect, according to Canton police. Nickol was taken to an area hospital for a gunshot wound to the leg. After treatment, he was released and booked into the Stark County Jail. Police are still investigating the incident.
FROM MAIL ONLINE - Dramatic dashcam footage shows fiery route emergency services had to take in order to rescue 82 trapped campers in California.
The cop had nothing to say once the man confronted him and tried to make up some bullshit excuse.
A 39-year-old DeLand man is being praised by the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office for jumping into action to help a deputy during a traffic stop. Deputy Wesley Blum pulled over Brittany Brown, 27, of DeLand, and Harry Marrison, 40, of DeBary, Wednesday night on Circle Drive in DeLand. Blum pulled over the pickup truck because the tag number was registered to a different vehicle, investigators said. Blum said on several occasions, Marrison tried to get out of the vehicle after the deputy told him not to do so, investigators said. Marrison got of the vehicle, and the deputy used his Taser, but Marrison continued running, investigators said. Blum used his ASP baton to stop Marrison, but that also didn’t work, investigators said. The two began physically fighting, when a good Samaritan, Shawn Kelly, was driving by, saw the two fighting in the dirt and helped subdue Marrison, investigators said. "I stopped and immediately jumped out and assisted the officer because they had the upper hand on him," Kelly said. "He (Blum) was grateful that I was there." No one was injured. Marrison said told investigators he ran because he left a court mandated treatment program and thought he had a warrant for his arrest. Marrison was arrested on charges of resisting arrest with violence. Brown was arrested on charges of possession of methamphetamine, possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia and issued a citation for driving with a suspended license. "If i had to do it right now, I would do it again, just because it's the right thing to do," Kelly said.
Watch as these British police swooped in quickly to catch a Muslim migrant who doesn't belong in the country to begin with robbing a Range Rover thousands of dollars worth of merchandise.
The Muslim migrant attempts to flee on his bike from police but is quickly caught.
The Columbus Division of Police has released video from body camera of a deadly officer involved shooting in the Franklinton area, Friday. Columbus Police said Kareem Ali Nadir Jones was shot by two officers after a confrontation in the Franklinton area around 5:45pm, Friday. Police said the officers were patrolling the area when they saw Jones walking between cars with erratic behavior. Police said a brief conversation turned into a confrontation and they felt threatened after Jones refused repeated commands to get on the ground. That’s when both officers fired shots. Police said Jones did not follow the officers’ commands. Jones died from his injuries on Monday. Police said a gun was found at the scene. Columbus Mayor Andrew Ginther released the following statement in regards to released footage: "The body worn camera video released today is a graphic reminder of the dangers police officers face every day, and illustrates the split-second decisions officers must make to keep Columbus neighborhoods safe. Any loss of life is tragic. We feel for the friends and family left behind, and for the officers who will forever be impacted. Body worn cameras, however, can help provide early answers to difficult questions, and aid the thorough investigation that follows. They are an important tool that will help protect officers, the public and the public’s trust.”
A group of radical leftist terrorist that the media seems to be intent on calling just ordinary protesters found out the hard way what happens when you attempt to fight back against the riot police, your knees pay a price!
In the struggle the cop suffered a deep laceration to the left hand but continued his efforts to restrain the knifeman until help arrived. Video from another officer’s body-worn camera emerged as PC Ben Jeffries was nominated for a National Police Bravery Award. The footage shows him sitting astride the suspect, his hands covered in his blood. Colleagues PC Nicky Brooks and Sgt Adrian Sharpe then take over and handcuff the knifeman before giving their injured colleague first aid. He was taken to hospital where he underwent surgery on his hand. The drama unfolded after he was called to a domestic incident in the Duston area of Northampton.
An extremely graphic and disturbing video was uploaded to Facebook this week showing San Diego police officers allowing a K9 to maul a handcuffed man.
The horrifying video begins as the man is on the ground in handcuffs. Instead of the officers attempting to get the dog off the man, two of them hold him down as the K9 tears into his forearm.
No commands to get the K9 to release are given and there is absolutely no reason to even have the dog near him.
Exactly why police were apprehending the man remains unclear as The Free Thought Project’s calls to the San Diego police department have not been returned. However, it doesn’t matter what the man did prior to being mauled by the K9 as he was in handcuffs, face down on the ground, and posed absolutely no threat to anyone.
The video, taken and uploaded by Facebook user Angel Nunez, was posted with the following description.
So today at work I was able to capture this go down. This K-9 officer had no control of his K-9. There is something definitely wrong with this picture. The officer doesn’t seem to have the proper training. Also that dog is not we’ll trained……
Nunez also posted another video that showed a bit of what happened prior to the man being put into handcuffs.
Dramatic footage has emerged of two men fighting with a security guard in a McDonald's restaurant in Santa Monica, CA, USA.
The footage, shot in the early hours of July 5, shows the security guard trying to fend off the two attackers, while one of them uses the guard's baton to try to hit him.
Several customers can be seen trying to break up the fight, including a man in a suit who ends up accidentally hitting himself in the face with the baton as he takes it back from one of the attackers.
According to Trent Williamson, who shot the video on his mobile phone, the melee broke out when the guard asked the two men to buy something or leave the restaurant.
The guard reportedly used pepper spray on the two men who then proceeded to attack him.
"The Police were called, 5 cop cars turned up I gave a statement," Williamson told Newsflare.
Footage has emerged from a recent raid conducted by Ukrainian police, as they enter and clear a software firm they believe is partly to blame for spreading a destructive malware virus known as Petya. Ukraine cyber police claimed the accounting software firm MEDoc is the “Patient Zero” or original infection point of the “wiper” virus that was written to destroy data. They went on to say that the software firm was repeatedly warned about the security breach of their IT infrastructure, but failed to act. The company’s computers had been breached by hackers who installed a back door. The virus has effected computers and corporations in the US and Europe. Ukraine is blaming Russian hackers, but investigations are ongoing.
FROM TMZ NEWS - Shia LaBeouf unleashed an epic drunken rant at Savannah, GA police as they took him into custody -- and bodycam footage shows him repeatedly calling one cop a "dumb f**k" and a "stupid bitch."
Police officer tasers elderly race relations officer in the face. She has been charged with assault to her own police force.
A jailed fugitive who engaged Washoe Sheriff’s deputies in a high-speed chase earlier this year has filed a federal lawsuit against the deputies claiming they used excessive force by siccing a dog on him after he surrendered. Eugenio Enrique Corona’s lawyers say their client had stopped running and knelt on the ground with his hands on his head when Deputy Jason Wood released his police dog, Rony. The lawsuit states Wood commanded Rony to “get that bad guy” before the dog latched on to Corona’s arm. Washoe County Sheriff’s spokesman Bob Harmon said he could not comment on the lawsuit. Assistant District Attorney Paul Lipparelli said he hadn’t seen the lawsuit yet and couldn’t comment until it had been served.
DEKALB COUNTY, Ga. - A video of a DeKalb County police officer was released over the weekend. It shows an officer beating a woman with a baton as, he says, she resisted arrest. The department was aware of the incident, but was not aware of the cellphone video that Channel 2's Sophia Choi has now obtained. The video shows an officer hitting Katie McCrary with a baton inside a store on Glenwood Road. ail records show McCrary has a history of arrests dating back to 2014, mainly for minor offenses, including theft by taking, loitering and disorderly conduct. Now, she’s facing a charge of obstructing law enforcement officers for this incident, which left her so hurt, the jail sent her to the hospital to get checked out.
Two children – a six-year-old girl and a three-year-old boy – were left in the roasting Lexus sat in the sun while their mother went shopping for 20 minutes in Vancouver, Canada
Report of a party brawl with shots fired turned into one of the most shocking moments ever caught on live television. A high speed chase ensued pushing the limits of 95 MPH through what looks like small neighborhoods and residential areas. The Chase comes to a halt as the Suspects Vehicle Flips after trying to make a what looks like a left hand turn. This is when you see the suspect emerge from the vehicle holding a very young child flailing her violently as the Police Officer tries to subdue the Suspect to prevent any other scenarios from playing out. As a Law Enforcement Officer I can tell you I was Cringing and Fighting along side that officer in the uncertain moments the suspect was struggling with the him and his Child. At one moment you can even see the Media Crew Stepping in to remove the child from the situation. The child and father were checked out by medical and were both cleared and are just fine.
Retired NYPD cop John Rafferty said New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio is "emboldening criminals" by not supporting the NYC police force. "If anything he ran a campaign as an anti-cop," Rafferty said. De Blasio received backlash this week for ditching NYC for Germany the day after an NYPD police officer and mom of three was shot in cold blood sitting in her patrol car in the Bronx. The mayor gave a keynote speech Saturday to anti-Trump, anti-capitalist rioters at the G-20 Summit in Hamburg.
Despite immediately leaving his grieving city, de Blasio said he would go to the police officer's funeral and during his Hamburg speech gave a shout out to cops. “Our right to protest is directly related to the fact that our police protect us,” he told the crowd. Nevertheless, Rafferty called him "more of an activist than a mayor" who is after "his own personal agenda." -- "I think they're better off that he wasn't there," at the swearing in ceremony for new cops Thursday, Rafferty said.
A video shows a Canadian police officer yelling at a mother for leaving her two children in a hot car while she went grocery shopping. Police in Vancouver received multiple calls about the children who were said to be in distress. A full emergency response including police and fire services were dispatched.The children, aged 3 and 6, were reportedly in the car for 20 minutes. The Ministry of Children and Family Development was informed about the case.
Burlington Police have released bodycam video showing an arrest of an 18 year-old woman last month, in which the woman claimed police misconduct. Officers initially found three girls unresponsive in a parking lot, likely high on substances. They confront the driver and she quickly becomes argumentative and belligerent. A few minutes later police decide to place her under arrest but she refuses to cooperate and tries to resist arrest. After a physical confrontation police eventually get her inside a police vehicle and charge her with disorderly conduct and assault on a police officer.
A Melbourne motorist has filmed the moment a police officer pulled his gun on an alleged car thief in a dramatic roadside arrest. Video captured by Brent Mitchell shows the officer pointing his weapon at a man in the driver’s seat of an orange Holden ute on Racecourse Road, Pakenham, today. The officer then drags the ute driver from his vehicle, as more police arrive at the scene. It is alleged the ute was stolen yesterday during a burglary in the town of Beaconsfield Upper, about 13km from Pakenham.
Militant anarchists continued violent protests in Hamburg for the second day as the G20 summit kicked off in the city. According to local press, at least 45 people have been detained and 159 police officers have been wounded in clashes. For the second day, police had to resort to water cannon to disperse protesters while dozens of were set on fire in the suburb of Altona.
As Reuters adds "for the 1,000 hard-left militants who wreaked havoc on the streets of Hamburg, German Chancellor Angela Merkel could not have chosen a better location to hold the G20 summit." That's because the dense, urban environment allows them to disperse and hide easily, and the city is full symbols of the wealth they detest - from the gleaming 800 million euro ($913 million) Elbphilharmonie concert hall to the shipyards that build luxury yachts.
As the July 7-8 summit started on Friday, Black Bloc anarchists and other anti-capitalist protesters sat in groups on main intersections, blocking streets and bridges leading to the summit venue as well as a road used by trucks at Hamburg Port. On Thursday night, they hurled beer bottles, blocked roads using trash bins and set cars on fire.
On Friday morning, G20 protesters staged a sit-in demonstration and blocked a road in Hamburg. Police said that they tried to urge the protesters to disperse peacefully, but then deployed water cannon to clear the road.
Just before the G 20 summit started a left this protester was filmed smashing a police officer in the face with what appears to be a metal pole or a stick.
Over 111 policeman were already injured by leftist terrorists before the G 20 summit even started.
Police say the driver, 31-year-old Carl Philibert, crashed into the building on purpose, targeting a woman he used to have a relationship with.
An intoxicated woman who had been holding up traffic at a Long Beach intersection with her erratic behavior was arrested following a confrontation with an officer on Monday
A video captured by a motorist at the intersection shows the woman shouting expletives at and angrily threatening the officer as passing cars attempt to dodge the situation.
The officer is seen striking her knee with his nightstick in an attempt to subdue her. But she persisted, and the officer is seen hitting her and pushing her to the pavement more forcefully.
She continued struggling against the officer once face-down on the ground, and an unidentified Good Samaritan ran over to help him detain her just as more police cars were pulling up.
FROM FOX43 NEWS - Melissa Dyann Penn and the man were arrested around 2 a.m. Monday on the 400 block of East Market Street. A video posted to Facebook shows an officer repeatedly striking Penn during the arrest.“People go on and they post things that they cut out, or what they want people to know and they say things to incite problems and right now, we don’t need that. We need to look at the totality of everything that happened and make a determination from there.”