A disqualified driver deliberately rammed into a police car several times causing more than £17,000 of damage while trying to make a getaway.
The police flickered their blue lights to pull the white van over for questioning but the rogue driver suddenly clattered into the police car before dashing off.
Shocking dash- cam footage shows a high speed pursuit in Cambridge where the driver of a white Ford transit van repeatedly smashed into the police vehicle, trying to run it off the road.
This is the chilling moment four men carried a 'drugged' woman out of a bar screening the Liverpool match before she was allegedly gang raped and murdered.
CCTV footage shows the gang taking Nong Gift, 21, out of the bar where she had been watching the Champions League final with friends last Saturday in Chanthaburi, Thailand.
The cosmetics seller passed out inside the pub - with relatives claiming she had been drugged - and was carried out at 2am and put in the back of a pick-up truck by four men who it's said claimed they would take her home.
But the men - including one who is said to have known her - drove her to a secluded orchard where she was 'repeatedly raped' before being beaten to death.
This is the moment a man who tried to request topless pictures of a 14-year-old girl and sent an explicit image was confronted by paedophile hunters on camera.
Martin Kirkwood began chatting to who he believed was an underage teen girl called Louise on social media website in May last year before arranging to meet.
He asked what he thought was a minor to touch his penis and called her 'sexy' after being told the person he was speaking to was at school.
An alleged drug kingpin has lashed out at police as he was being arrested at Sydney Airport.
The 34-year-old was one of two brothers arrested as part of a police crackdown on organised crime in Sydney.
Police also seized $2.75 million in cash and drugs including 1.15kg of cocaine, 1.1kg of ice, and 26 litres of GBL - also known as 'coma in a bottle - five sub-machine guns, two semi-automatic pistols, two revolvers, ammunition and a silencer.
The illegal goods were found in a storage unit in Sydney's Waterloo.
The men will face court on Friday following an investigation by Strike Force Raptor and the Drug and Firearms Squad.
Newly released Bodycam footage shows the fatal shooting of a 14-year-old boy by a Los Angeles police officer after he was reported for graffitiing walls.
Jesse Romero was killed by LAPD officer Eden Medina on August 9, 2016.
Prosecutors declined to file charges against Medina and an LAPD investigation found that he had used 'reasonable force' to defend himself because Romero was armed.
But now the teen's family said the bodycam footage proves Medina used excessive force and that Romero's gun was on the ground behind a fence when he was shot.
Grand Rapids police have released body camera video from an incident in which they fired bean bag rounds at a woman who was harming herself.
The incident happened Thursday evening near the roundabout at Jefferson Avenue and Cherry Street SE near Mercy Health Saint Mary's. The Grand Rapids Police Department says the woman cut herself with a knife.
A murderer calmly told police "I'm supposed to be going out to get some baccy" as they arrested him for killing his partner.
Chilling footage shows the exchange after Owen Pellow, 43, had told officers his girlfriend Lisa-Marie Thornton had "done herself in" - when in fact he had stabbed her 39 times.
Pellow was still on the phone to a 999 call handler when police arrived at the door of the home he shared with Lisa-Marie, 36.
Footage from a body-worn camera showed a dazed-looking Pellow opening the door and telling officers: "I'm Owen."
When told to 'step out' of the house in Burnham-on-Sea, North Somerset, Pellow told them: "I don't want to."
How safety French people feel in their own capital? Watches policeman actually flee from George Soros controlled Antifa terrorists that are attacking their cars and citizens on the streets.
A police officer was filmed punching a 13-year-old boy during an arrest as the teenager struggled on the ground while being detained.
Mobile phone footage captured in Auckland, New Zealand, shows two officers pinning a boy to the floor while attempting to handcuff him.
As the boy resists arrest and keeps his arm firmly tucked beneath his body, an officer then appears to deliver a punch to the side of his body before the teenager's left arm is released.
The boy was being arrested in the suburb of Pakuranga and now faces charges of disorderly behaviour, failing to stop and resisting police.
The boy's father, Geoff Garnett uploaded the footage to Facebook , saying: "What is New Zealand coming to?
Two police officers and a civilian have been shot dead by a man shouting Allahu Akbar, which led to a hostage situation at a high school in Liege, east Belgium.
The attacker, who is understood to have been released from prison yesterday, approached the policemen from behind, and stabbed them several times with a knife at around 10.30am local time.
Belgian prosecutors say he then disarmed the officers and used their own guns to kill them, before shooting dead a 22-year-old man in a nearby vehicle.
The man then reportedly fled to a nearby secondary school and took a female cleaner hostage inside, before being shot dead by an elite police unit.
He was later named by Belgian broadcaster RTBF as Benjamin Herman, 36, a violent drug dealer who they claim had been 'radicalized' in prison before his release Monday.
Initial reports suggested that the attacker had opened fire after being stopped by officers for a routine document check, however prosecutors now say he approached the officers.
Local news website DHnet.be reported that he had shouted 'Allahu Akbar' as he fired on on Liege's central Boulevard d'Avroy, citing police sources.
Videos posted on social media showed people scurrying for safety on Liege's central boulevard d'Avroy with shots and sirens being heard in the background.
One video show emergency services and police officers in body armour moving into position, another sees the two police officers shot dead in the street.
Minutes later, anti-terrorist special forces police could be seen surrounding the area, which went into lock down.
Philippe Dulieu, spokesman for the Liege prosecutor's office, told reporters the man had come out firing from the high school, before he was 'neutralised'.
'He came out firing at police, wounding a number of them, notably in the legs. He was shot dead'.
All students in the school were successfully evacuated, and the female hostage was released without being caused any harm.
Officials say they are now considering the attack on Tuesday morning to have been an act of terrorism.
Nine months ago, a Coeur d’Alene couple went to the hospital for an allergic reaction, but medical staff thought they were drunk in public, according to a police report. By the time it was all over, the two, Lindsay and Harrison McLean, were in the back of a squad car, charged with attacking a police officer. But the couple says, they were the ones that were threatened. The two officers were dispatched to Kootenai Health when the hospital staff called 911 and said the McLean’s had driven drunk and parked the wrong way in the hospital entrance, court documents say. Things took a drastic turn once officers entered the waiting room. “I felt more of a need to protect my spouse, more than my own safety and make no mistake I understand the severity of getting physical with law enforcement officer but at the same time, there's two sides to every scenario,” Harrison said.
Lindsay says her husband had an allergic reaction to a drink he had at a bonfire that night so she drove him to the hospital. Lindsay told police she had four beers, the police report said. “We were celebrating our anniversary that day, we had two beers with lunch, we went antique shopping, came home, sat on the patio, had a beer,” Lindsay said, “and then that's when we were asked to go to a friends house, at that friends house I had one drink." "Four beers over the span of eight hours,” Harrison added. Lindsay says while they were waiting for help, a receptionist made light of her husband’s condition and that’s when she responded. “At that time, I addressed it, and she threatened to have me arrested,” Lindsay said. When police showed up, the McLean’s say they calmly talked with the officers and the couple’s friends showed up to drive them home.
“I told him I wasn't driving, I had friends there to pick us up and at that point he grabbed my arm, threw me over a chair and then exposed me,” she said. Several surveillance cameras also captured the incident. McLean says Officer Proctor didn’t give her any verbal commands until after he grabbed her, exposing her underwear in the process in the waiting room. Harrison attempted to break it up and a scuffle broke out. Coeur d’Alene Police Captain David Hagar says by then, Officer Proctor had probable cause to arrest her. “When she turned that way he wanted to gain control because she's starting to get a little bit louder, ‘we're walking out of here right now’,” Hagar said, “she's making those statements and we can't allow that to occur and at that point in time and you can hear it on the video, he tells her that she is under arrest." Captain Hagar says per protocol, they review any use of force incident to see if an officer’s actions are excessive.
In this case, Hagar says police determined the officers acted appropriately. “It was reported within 24 hours through our use of force board and reviewed the video and based on the aggressive, assault, battery behavior against our officers,” Hagar said, “you simply just can't batter an officer." Hagar says Officer Proctor only punched Harrison McLean until Harrison let go so that the officer could put him in handcuffs. But the McLean’s still believe the officers went too far. Lindsay is charged with battery on a police officer, resisting and refusing a sobriety test. Harrison is charged with assaulting an officer and resisting arrest. Both were offered plea deals, but since they feel they did nothing wrong the two are set to go on trial in early June.
This is the horrifying moment police shot a deaf Palestinian woman in the legs after she failed to respond to warning calls.
The woman was shot as she walked alongside rail tracks after walking towards police officers in East Jerusalem, Israel, on Sunday evening.
Officers said they shot at the woman fearing she was carrying an explosive device with the intent of carrying out an attack.
Police confirmed later that no weapons of any kind were found in her possession.
A police spokesman said last night: "A short while ago a suspect approached by foot along the train tracks from the area of Beit Hanina toward Pisgat Ze'ev, and was noticed by civilians and security guards who alerted Border Police soldiers who were nearby.
This is the moment a police officer wrestles a young mother to the ground and punches her in the head in front of her toddler and shocked onlookers at a US beach.
The footage, which went viral at the weekend, shows Emily Weinman, 20, kicking her legs in the air as she is forcefully pinned down by two police officers who can be heard shouting, "stop resisting" before one punches her twice in the head, forcing her face into the sand.
The young mother claims the violent incident was sparked when she made a comment to the two officers, who were breath-testing beach-goers and checking for underage drinking, asking, "don't you have anything better to do?".
Just moments before, she said she had passed a breathalyser test, and had shown the officers the sealed alcohol the group had with them on the Memorial Day weekend.
An unhinged driver has gone on a rampage during a police stop, nearly running over officers before racing up the sidewalk and wrong-way driving before his capture and arrest.
George Lopez, 27, faces a slew of charges in the incident that took place at around 4am in the upper Manhattan neighborhood of Inwood, near the intersection of Dykman Street and Payson Avenue.
Lopez, who lives in the area, was initially pulled over for driving erratically, according to police.
Bystander video shows police ordering the driver to get out of a dark Toyota Sienna minivan, but he refuses to comply.
A Cleveland businessman killed by police after he crashed his car and attacked the Good Samaritans who tired to help him had called 911 to say he was suicidal.
Portland, OR - Portland police released on Friday, May 25, 2018 that was taken from security cameras inside a Southeast Portland homeless shelter during the April 7 confrontation that ended with the fatal shooting of John A. Elifritz. The videos have been roughly synchronized with each other and police audio.
Tulsa Police have released both dashcam and bodycam videos showing a chase that ended up with a police officer's vehicle running over the suspect.
Tulsa Police said 31-year-old Kayla Shelton led officers on a chase that reached speeds of more than 100 mph in a stolen pickup truck.
The chase along I-44 lasted for 15 minutes during which time she nearly sideswiped several other cars along the way.
“Internal docs” posted by Baltimore-based investigative reporter Jayne Miller show that Dawnta Harris, the 16-year-old teen accused of running over and killing a Baltimore police officer was supposed to be on house arrest at the time. Even worse, these documents show that Harris was in violation of the house arrest and should have been put in jail: -- Jayne Miller @jemillerwbal: “Internal docs show despite repeated house arrest violations 2 wks ago, state Dept Juvenile Services did not recommend Dawnta Harris be detained… instead favored continued house arrest. Harris accused of killing Baltimore County police officer Monday…while still AWOL”
According to media reports, Harris, who has a long criminal history, admitted to running over Baltimore County Police Officer Amy Caprio with a Jeep: The three other suspects have been arrested in the burglary that led to the death of Baltimore County Police Officer Amy Capri. Mugshot released of 16-year-old Dawnta Harris, who admitted to running over Baltimore County Police Officer Amy Caprio with a Jeep, per charging documents. Harris’ mother said in a press conference that she wanted her son in jail, but that his defense attorney was able to secure him house arrest (we’re going to need Snopes or PolitiFact to weigh in on this one): At May 10th hearing, mother of Dawnta Harris says she wanted her son detained due to repeated car thefts. She says City Prosecutor also asked for detention but public defender asked for him to be released. Court, she says, agreed to send him home on house arrest.
She went on to blame the Department of Juvenile Services for not arresting him: "This is my son…" Mother of Dawnta Harris says Dept Juvenile Services "failed her son"… "if they had kept him, we wouldn't be here." Harris accuses of murder in death of Baltimore County police officer. -- In a curse-filled Facebook post last night, Baltimore defense attorney Warren Brown said he’d take the case pro-bono: Def Atty Warren Brown says he is putting together legal team for 16 yr old Dawnta Harris, charged with murder in death of Off Amy Caprio. Brown's message on FB last evening: -- Harris’ other attorney in the case, J. Wyndal Gordon, blamed the deceased officer for scaring the car theft suspect and no alleged murderer with her gun: "This wasn't intentional, it was an accident" Atty J Wyndal Gordon says Dawnta Harris had no motive to kill police officer… questions why Off Amy Caprio pulled her gun… body camera footage he says will answer questions.
A passenger suffered critical injuries after being catapulted through the window of a somersaulting car after the driver lost control during a high-speed police chase.
The incredible images, caught on CCTV in a housing estate in Ponta Grossa, Brazil, show the out-of-control car skidding on one-side before flipping over several times and hitting a pole which brings it to a sudden halt.
As the car overturns, the 27-year-old suspect is ejected through the side window and flies through the air, like a rag doll.
He flips over a garden wall and plunges into a tree, crashing down onto a roof before landing on the ground.
The injured man, who has not been named, is in intensive care in Bom Jesus Hospital suffering from multiple fractures and severe internal injuries, following the crash at around 11am on Monday.
Russian agents have arrested eight ISIS terror suspects in a World Cup city where England will play Belgium in just a matter of weeks.
The suspects were allegedly recruiting new members and plotting ideologically-motivated attacks against innocent people during the showcase tournament, according to local media.
Dramatic footage shows police storming into a property and handcuffing men both inside and out on the street.
The alleged Islamic State cell was brought down in Kaliningrad in the Kaliningrad Oblast region, a Russian territory between Poland and Lithuania on the Baltic Sea.
Gareth Southgate's England selection will play their third game- against Belgium - at the Kaliningrad Stadium on June 28.
Armed police in Paris have been seen swooping on a 'stolen' rubbish truck and have arrested two men.
Bomb disposal experts are now examining the truck in the city's busy Avenue de l'Opéra, near the opera house.
Video shows two suspects being led away from the truck after it was blocked by a police car.
An officer can be seen with a gun in the air.
In the footage, one man appears to be in handcuffs on the ground while officers search his pockets and the contents of a bag.
Footage of the man, who was carrying a crutch and a knife, shouting ‘I’ll kill you’ and moving towards another man while pointing the knife at him was filmed in Watney Market on Tuesday morning.
Delray Beach police officers responded to a call Saturday of a woman and children standing on a roof.
When they got there, they say they found a 23-year-old woman who was hallucinating and two small children on the garage ledge on a townhouse.
The woman has been committed to a mental health facility under the Baker Act and might face criminal charges, police said.
This is the chilling moment a man was filmed clinging on to a two-year-old toddler moments before he was arrested for the murder of her mother.
As police arrive to arrest Dylan Harries he can be seen cradling the youngster - after stabbing Katrina Evemy multiple times in a savage attack on April 13 last year.
The teenage mum was stabbed in the eyes, throat, leg and stomach - slicing her liver - and she was also badly bitten during the vicious assault.
The 19-year-old was declared brain dead after ‘catastrophic and irreversible’ brain damage two days later on April 19.
The footage - which has never been seen before today - features in a documentary which airs tonight with how Dyfed-Powys Police investigated the murder of the young mum from Llanelli is to be aired on S4C tonight.
This video from the Police in Dresden, Germany, shows a robot, provided by the fire service, cooling down a British bomb from WWII found during construction work.
A pair of lovers were caught having sex by a priest beneath a statue of the Virgin Mary at a Roman Catholic church in the borough on Tuesday afternoon, confirmed Police Chief Tommy Boyd.
Anthony Michael Getchius, 43, of Newark and Noelle Marie Smart, 48, of Jersey City, were each charged with lewdness for the alleged copulation in what authorities described as “a sacred area” on the grounds of Our Lady of Perpetual Help on Grant Avenue.
The incident took place in a secluded garden located between the church and the rectory, Boyd said. Visit the scene of the alleged incident in the video above.
Armed police have arrested a man at a busy university campus amid reports of students hiding and running in fear.
Some students are said to have been kept in 'lockdown' in a library as officers descended on the University of Lincoln today.
Police carrying firearms were spotted outside the Great Central Library, near the Engine Shed music venue, Lincolnshire Live reports.
Dramatic footage has since emerged showing a number of officers surrounding a man outside the library on the Brayford campus.
In the clip, the male can be seen holding his hands above his head, as armed police and an officer with a dog move towards him.
India - Motive for murder is not known, but the killer appeared to want to ensure a public message was left .... possible lovers ?
Moments after arriving at the city house, Rochester Police Officer Korey McNees offered a solution for the man standing outside who wanted to retrieve items from his uncooperative girlfriend who'd earlier changed the locks:
Just break into the house, McNees said.
The law allowed it, McNees told the man time and time again in conversations outside of the Genesee Park Boulevard home and captured on police-worn body cameras. If the boyfriend lived there, then he was in his legal right to kick in a door or break a window and get his small refrigerator, air conditioning unit, and gift cards he wanted from within, the officer said.
Finally, the boyfriend, who for more than 20 minutes hesitated to follow the advice and who did not formally reside at the home, listened to McNees and smashed out a window. His former girlfriend, Catherine Bonner, responded by sticking a 9mm rifle out of the window. And now Bonner is facing criminal charges, accused of menacing a police officer in the Nov. 13 incident.
On Tuesday, May 22, state Supreme Court Justice Charles Schiano Jr. is scheduled to rule on motions from Bonner's attorney, David Pilato, who contends that evidence in the case should be suppressed because the police actions before, during, and even after Bonner's arrest were clearly unconstitutional.
Prosecutors differ, saying Bonner had no cause to stick the rifle out the window, even if the police were in the wrong when telling the boyfriend he could break in.
A cyclist forced to wait behind a police cordon while a suspect package was investigated became so frustrated he took matters into his own hands.
A black backpack was discovered on top of an electrical box on a street corner in Milwaukee, US, at around 7am on Monday.
Following standard procedure around the world, the suspect package was treated with caution and clearly taped off to avoid the public getting anywhere near it.
But clearly annoyed by the situation, a cyclist ignores the cautionary warning and rides into the cordon on his bike during this short clip.