Police videos Videos - Page 4


Daily police videos including shootings, robberies and the Black Lives Matter situation - Page 4

  • Left-Wing Terrorist Attack Police While Attempting to Kill a Conservative Journalist 00:20

    Left-Wing Terrorist Attack Police While Attempting to Kill a Conservative Journalist

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    Listen to left wing terrorists call for the murder of a conservative journalist who dared stop a girl from stealing materials he had on his desk during a speech.

    This is what happened directly following that, police were assaulted, the SUV carrying the journalist, Lucian Wintrich, was then chased down and pelted with bottles, sticks, stones and anything else the unruly mob could find.

    2 months
  • Crandon Officer Fights With Suspect Before Fatal Shooting 02:04

    Crandon Officer Fights With Suspect Before Fatal Shooting

    Crandon, WS - No criminal charges will be filed against a Crandon police officer who fatally shot a man in October, the Forest County District Attorney said Tuesday.

    DA Chuck Simono said the officer's use of deadly force was justified as he acted in self-defense. On October 22, Officer Ryan Wilson fatally shot Dexter Baxter, 30, during a traffic stop.

    Baxter had physically struggled and fought with the officer in attempt to resist arrest before Wilson shot him, Simono said.

    The incident started with Officer Wilson investigating a stolen TV. He was given a description of the vehicle in the case, and later pulled over that vehicle.

    Baxter was inside in the passenger seat, dash cam video showed.

    Officer Wilson ordered Baxter to get out of the car and not resist arrest. Baxter said, "I'm not," but then proceeded to jump out of the vehicle and immediately grabbed Officer Wilson's head and nec

    2 months
  • UNREAL! Hispanic Police Officer Tells Teens He's Arresting them 03:25

    UNREAL! Hispanic Police Officer Tells Teens He's Arresting them "Because Your White"

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    A Lake Villa police officer has been disciplined after he was caught on video telling a teenager that he was being detained “because he’s white”.

    The video, posted on Monday by Dezi Baczek on Facebook, already has over 40,000 views and shows Lake Villa Police Department detective Esteban Gomez telling a teen he stopped him because he is white.

    Dezi Baczek, who recorded the video, said that her and a group of friends went to a pawn shop in Lake Villa to sell an item to help pay for a book her little brother wanted. As they were walking out from the store, the police detective came up to them.

    Dezi Baczek told NBC5 News, “I was yelled at to sit down. I said, ‘What’s the reason?’ and he said sit down or I could turn around and be arrested, so I sat down at that point.”

    In the video, the detective can been seen and heard screaming at one of the teens who asked what he did wrong. Detective Esteban Gomez starts to yell and says “Wanna be hard with me? Be hard with me, go ahead. Think you’re a tough guy?”

    Detective Gomez starts to walk away and then turns around and says, “Who’s got the weed on them?”

    The group reacts to his comment and Detective Gomez turns around once again as he’s walking away and says “Did someone say f**k off?”

    The group responds and says no, and Detective Gomez points at two of the teens and says “You and you.”

    2 months
  • Policeman Tasers fellow officer accidentally while trying to arrest man on the ground 02:15

    Policeman Tasers fellow officer accidentally while trying to arrest man on the ground

    This is the excruciating moment a policeman is shot with a Taser by a fellow officer as the pair struggled to arrest a man.

    The cops had been called to a report of domestic violence on Thanksgiving and pulled over a car, they believed contained the man involved.

    With his bodycam rolling the officer can be heard saying: "You can be arrested for failure to identify yourself… OK?

    "It’s your last chance.

    "We’re going to take you out of the car and we’re going to cuff you.”

    As the suspect refused to show them ID, the officers decided to arrest him, by dragging him from the car in the city of Riverside in Ohio, USA.

    2 months
  • Bodycam footage shows the shocking moment police shot a man in the leg 00:33

    Bodycam footage shows the shocking moment police shot a man in the leg

    Bodycam footage shows the shocking moment police shot a man in the leg after he charged at them with two knives.

    Paris Cummings, 27, greeted cops brandishing the blades when they knocked on his front door.

    New York Police Department had been called to his sixth-floor apartment in Harlem, New York, following reports that he was trying to kill himself.

    Dramatic footage recorded on a body-worn camera at around 5.30pm on October 22 by one of the two officers shows them banging on the door and Cummings opening it.

    2 months
  • Tense seven-hour baby hostage standoff ends in gunfire 00:32

    Tense seven-hour baby hostage standoff ends in gunfire

    A California man was killed in a standoff with police after holding his seven-month-old daughter hostage with him in a car on Sunday night.

    Video from the scene showed police using a device that caused a cloud, rushing the vehicle and taking the baby from the car.

    The incident began around 2.45pm at Kahler Russell Park in Covina when an officer noticed a white Toyota Scion blocking the park entrance.

    When the officer approached the vehicle, he noticed the 22-year-old suspect arguing with his girlfriend and threatening her with a pocket knife.

    At some point the woman took the keys and got out of the car at the request of the officer. However, the suspect, described as a parolee, refused and kept his daughter in the back seat.

    2 months
  • Suspected terrorist shot after stabbing policeman in knife frenzy outside train station 00:31

    Suspected terrorist shot after stabbing policeman in knife frenzy outside train station

    A suspected terrorist knifeman has been shot after launching a frenzied attack on two police officers at a train station.

    Shocking CCTV footage shows the two officers standing on a platform when a man who appears to be wandering past suddenly turns and lunges towards them.

    The first officer, who looks unarmed, falls back under the onslaught in southern Russia and the knifeman then turns his attention to the other officer.

    He just has enough time to ready the rifle slung over his shoulder before the attacker gets to him.

    The knifeman's wild stab misses and the officer and buys him enough time to aim his weapon.

    When the knifeman runs at him again the officer shoots him, and he then veers away.

    The officer fires at least once more, as the knife attacker walks erratically a few feet away then drops to the ground.

    He was arrested and found to be injured in the arm and hip.

    The suspect was later identified as Zagid Gazmatov, 29, said to be a supporter of terrorist E Dudaev, who had been killed a short time before in a special operation.

    It was not clear which terrorist group Dudaev was a part of or what cause he was fighting for.

    Mr Gazmatov remains in hospital under military supervision in the town of Kizilyurt in south-western Russia.

    Local media report that Mr Gazmatov's flat had been searched shortly before the attack and found to contain a hand grenade and other weapons.

    It was also reported that he was suspected to have two accomplices but no details about them were available.

    Neither of the officers was named in reports.

    One is said to be recovering in hospital from unspecified injuries.

    2 months
  • Officer fires gunshots at shoplifter who was holding 'fake gun' 00:10

    Officer fires gunshots at shoplifter who was holding 'fake gun'

    A suspected shoplifter was shot by a police officer at a busy mall after allegedly reaching for a replica handgun.

    The male suspect was thought to have been stealing sunglasses at the mall in Arlington, Texas, when an officer opened fire, believing the replica gun to be real.

    Police said the man fled from security and got on the escalator to the second floor, near the food court, the NYDailyNews reports.

    2 months
  • Police Car Crashes into Barrier During Chase 00:26

    Police Car Crashes into Barrier During Chase

    A Police car crashes into the road median while chasing a criminal suspect at high speed.

    2 months
  • Drug dealer hands drugs to his customers 'like Mcdonald's' 00:58

    Drug dealer hands drugs to his customers 'like Mcdonald's'

    A judge in Ohio has ordered a drug dealer to cover the funeral costs for a teen who died of a fentanyl overdose.

    Michael Chandler, 29, of Cincinnati, was also sentenced to nearly 17 years in prison and to pay $9,000 in restitution to the teen's family.

    Authorities say they were able to trace the fentanyl that killed the 17-year-old, identified in court documents as JH, back to Chandler. The teen died of an overdose at his Kentucky home in April 2016.

    The Kentucky Drug Task Force discovered the teen had bought heroin from a person known as 'Goldie'. When investigators obtained the phone number for the alleged drug dealer, a records search led them to Chandler, court documents said.

    The investigators then used a friend of the deceased teen to make a controlled purchase from 'Goldie'. He wore a wire and turned over the purchased substance to the Hamilton County Coroner's crime lab, which turned out to be fentanyl.

    From there, a search warrant was obtained for Chandler's home, where investigators found 644 grams of fentanyl, 28 grams of cocaine, drug paraphernalia, a handgun and ammunition, according to WCPO.

    2 months
  • Suspected drug dealer jumps out of window and lands in wheelie bin during police raid 00:53

    Suspected drug dealer jumps out of window and lands in wheelie bin during police raid

    The moment a suspected drug dealer jumped from of a first floor window and crash landed straight into a wheelie bin was caught on camera.

    Officers had smashed their way into a house in Grimsby during a drugs raid today when the man attempted to make his escape.

    It is not known if landing in the bin was intentional but it appeared to stop any escape attempt in its tracks.

    Police picked the man up off the floor and he was arrested, reports the Grimbsy Telegraph.

    A large quantity of class A drugs were allegedly seized by police following the raid in Castle Street in the East Marsh.

    2 months
  • Policeman 'beaten to floor and kicked by drunk boy, 15, while gang films attack' 00:49

    Policeman 'beaten to floor and kicked by drunk boy, 15, while gang films attack'

    Disturbing footage shows a policeman being savagely beaten by an alleged drunken schoolboy.

    Mobile phone video captured the uniformed officer trying to detain a boy, reported to be 15, while being goaded by a gang of teenage yobs outside a school.

    The victim was apparently hospitalised after the assault which was filmed and appeared to be encouraged by several youths.

    One of the group is seen aiming a kick at the policeman, who then becomes embroiled in a struggle with the youth he attempted to apprehend.

    As the boy and officer tussle, the pupil eventually wriggles free from a headlock to land four heavy punches to the back of his head, which sends the man sprawling to the floor.

    When the policeman attempts to get back on his feet the boy delivers a savage kick to the face.

    Delfi reported the 15-year-old pupil was drunk when he launched an assault on a officer with the Riga Municipal Police in Latvia last Thursday.

    The officer was asked to close the doors of a boarding school in the capital when a boy reportedly appeared in front of him.

    The officer was punched in the head when he pushed the boy to one side, it was reported.

    According to Delfi, the policeman tried to detain the boy who responded with a further attack, which appeared to be caught on camera.

    The victim was taken to hospital and is now at home with a shoulder injury, it was reported.

    Local media reported a 15-year-old boy, who was given an alcohol reading, was arrested for an attack on a government official and a criminal trial is under way.

    2 months
  • Police officer appears to 'punch' suspect 25 times in back 00:42

    Police officer appears to 'punch' suspect 25 times in back

    This is the moment a police officer appears to 'punch' a suspect 25 times in the back - seen in shocking video footage which has only just emerged.

    The film clip appears to show police officers - two male and one female -- restraining the suspect on the ground in what appears to be a residential area.

    An unknown man who filmed the video can be heard saying: “F**ing hell, big geezer's bashing him right up.”

    The Metropolitan Police have now confirmed that the man being restrained in the video is boxer Adam Salman, 27, and that the incident happened in Merton, London, earlier this year.

    Officers say Salman was attempting to conceal an item and had 'violently resisted arrest' before trying to swallow bags of cocaine.

    He was charged with possession of cocaine and three counts of resisting and obstructing a police constable on Hatfield Mead, Morden, on May 20.

    2 months
  • FINAL MOMENTS: Police Chase with Brenton Hager Captured by Helicopter Cameras 02:56

    FINAL MOMENTS: Police Chase with Brenton Hager Captured by Helicopter Cameras

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    Brenton Hager was identified as the Oklahoma City man accused of leading police on a wild, high-speed chase in a stolen black truck while streaming part of it on Facebook Live, along with the memorable comment, “I’m on a high speed chase bro.” He also discussed how he wanted to get some “assets” because he had just gotten out of prison.

    The incident was one of a series of crimes that have been filmed on Facebook Live, although a high-speed chase was a new wrinkle. As a result, thousands of transfixed viewers watched the drama live on social media and television. The chase eventually ended with police tasing Hager, but not before three hours had unfolded. You can watch the Facebook Live broadcast below. “You don’t see me in a high-speed chase?” The suspect yelled out of the truck’s window at one point in the video, it’s not clear to whom. “I’m in a high-speed chase, bro.”

    2 months
  • WILD! Brenton Hager Uses Facebook Live to Calmly Talk with His Friends during a Live Police Chase 11:11

    WILD! Brenton Hager Uses Facebook Live to Calmly Talk with His Friends during a Live Police Chase

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    Brenton Hager was identified as the Oklahoma City man accused of leading police on a wild, high-speed chase in a stolen black truck while streaming part of it on Facebook Live, along with the memorable comment, “I’m on a high speed chase bro.” He also discussed how he wanted to get some “assets” because he had just gotten out of prison.

    The incident was one of a series of crimes that have been filmed on Facebook Live, although a high-speed chase was a new wrinkle. As a result, thousands of transfixed viewers watched the drama live on social media and television. The chase eventually ended with police tasing Hager, but not before three hours had unfolded. You can watch the Facebook Live broadcast below. “You don’t see me in a high-speed chase?” The suspect yelled out of the truck’s window at one point in the video, it’s not clear to whom. “I’m in a high-speed chase, bro.”

    2 months
  • 86 Year Old Man Tazed By Cops Gets $900,000 Settlement! 01:00

    86 Year Old Man Tazed By Cops Gets $900,000 Settlement!

    Kingstree, S.C. (WOLO)–Dash camera video from the town of Kingstree Police Department shows officers taze 86 year old Albert Chatfield during an October 16th traffic stop.

    Attorney for Chatfield, Justin Bamberg, says the grandfather was in the intensive care unit for several weeks following the incident.

    As a result Chatfield sued the Kingstree Police Department which quickly settled with the family for $900,000. Kingstree Police Chief James Barr declined to comment only to say the incident is under SLED investigation.

    2 months
  • Moroccan Muslims in Brussels DESTROY City, Loot Stores, Ransack the CHRISTMAS Market After Soccer Win 01:13

    Moroccan Muslims in Brussels DESTROY City, Loot Stores, Ransack the CHRISTMAS Market After Soccer Win

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    Following the qualification of Morocco for the World Cup, celebrations by some 300 football fans of Moroccan origin in the spot of choice for sporting events, the steps of the stock exchange in the center of Brussels, turned into riots.

    Disturbances were reported in the City centre, Place de la Bourse, venue of the Christmas market under construction. Police say several cars were set on fire and shops looted.

    Some 22 police officers were injured and riot police with water cannon were needed to disperse the mob. Calm was restored two hours after the violence erupted.

    2 months
  • POV: Badass Police Dog 'Rambo' Catches a Suspected Car Thief in a Blink 02:20

    POV: Badass Police Dog 'Rambo' Catches a Suspected Car Thief in a Blink

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    A K-9 with the Marion County Sheriff's Office was instrumental in the apprehension of a suspected car thief. The Sheriff's Office on Friday released video of a pursuit that took place on Nov. 11.

    Robert Wade Hardister, 26, was arrested after being tracked by Deputy Matt Hooper and his K-9 partner, "Rambo."

    Deputies said Hardister was driving a stolen vehicle out of Putnam County. They said the jumped out of the 2005 Hyundai when he saw deputies near him.

    Deputy Hooper and "Rambo" tracked the Hardister to the 500th block of SE 35 Place, where he surrendered.

    Hardister was book into the Marion County Jail. He is charged with grand theft auto.

    2 months
  •  Drunken man gets beat up by straphangers after he attacks mom on subway train 04:08

    Drunken man gets beat up by straphangers after he attacks mom on subway train

    When a drunk beat up a stranger on a Bronx subway train in front of the victim’s three small children, fellow straphangers sprang into action, kicking him until cops arrived, police sources said Friday.

    Ramel Jefferson went berserk on a Manhattan-bound No. 6 train near the Hunts Point Ave. station about 7:15 p.m. Thursday, and menaced a 29-year-old stranger with a bottle for no reason, sources said.

    As the victim’s 8-year-old son and two daughters, just 1 and 4, watched in horror, as he socked the woman in the face and dragged her by her hair. He shoved her into a pole and a bench, sources said.

    Shocked straphangers stepped in, pulled him away from the mom and threw him to the ground, where they kicking and punching him while he was down, authorities said.

    Cops arrived moments later. Cell phone video posted online by a passenger shows Jefferson, 58, struggled with police trying to arrest him. He was drunk and taken to Lincoln Hospital for a swollen lip, police said.

    2 months
  • UGA Student Leads Police On High Speed Chase While Snapchatting 03:11

    UGA Student Leads Police On High Speed Chase While Snapchatting

    A UGA Student is out of jail after leading police on a high-speed chase through downtown Athens early Thursday morning. The entire incident was recorded the bodycam of the Athens Clarke County Officer involved.

    Police said when he was being pursued 19-year-old Hunter Wilkerson managed to snap a picture of his speedometer and posted it on Snapchat just before he crashed.

    The high-speed pursuit started when a white truck speed by an Athens-Clarke County Police officer parked at Jittery Joe’s Coffee on South Milledge Avenue.

    UGA Student Kaylor Sexton, who saw the video, was appalled at the recklessness. “You never know who’s coming or going. There are people, families out here that’s scary,” said Sexton.

    On the police officer’s body cam, the truck can be seen blowing past several red lights through downtown Athens at speeds ranging between 70 to 90 miles per hour. Less than two minutes into the chase, on Oconee Street, the driver loses control. “He just lost it and crashed he just crashed,” the officer is heard saying on bodycam.

    Police said the truck driven by Wilkerson crashed into several parked vehicles. At one point, Wilkerson asked the arresting officer if he could see the cars he hit. Wilkerson is heard on bodycam trying to have a discussion with the officer.

    Wilkerson: “Can I see what I did?

    Officer: “Get in the car.”

    Wilkerson: “Can I see what I did? Can I see all the cars I hit?”

    Officer: “Get in the car.”

    Athens-Clarke County Police said their investigation revealed, while on the run, Wilkerson managed to post a picture of his speedometer on Snapchat. “It’s really easy with the culture of kids today for everything to be so centered around social media, but it’s not worth it, especially when your life hangs on the balance and other people’s lives,” said UGA Student Marika Carlson.

    Athens-Clarke County Police said UGA Police stopped Wilkerson for stealing street signs from campus, but did not pursue when he fled.

    Spokesman Epifanio Rodriguez said when Wilkerson was spotted about 15 minutes later on city streets he had to be stopped. “Our officer seeing the rate of speed that this person was driving.

    He believes there were people in danger and he had to somehow attempt to stop this vehicle,” said Rodriguez. Rodriguez said it’s a wonder no one was hurt. Wilkerson faces numerous misdemeanor and felony charges connected to the chase and theft of signs.

    2 months
  • 33-year-old Crackhead Repo Man Attempts to Become a Fake Cop, HUGE MISTAKE 01:49

    33-year-old Crackhead Repo Man Attempts to Become a Fake Cop, HUGE MISTAKE

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    Officers said a man tried to pull over another driver with his police lights. However, he’s not a cop.

    Last month, an officer in an unmarked unit spotted a tow truck near I-25 and San Antonio “with red and blue flashing overhead lights.” According to the criminal complaint, the driver of the tow-truck was 33-year-old Gilbert Chavez.

    The officer said Chavez “appeared to be in pursuit” of a silver sedan. He stated the two vehicles blew through a few red lights.

    The officer, in an unmarked unit, followed both vehicles from a distance, but eventually lost sight of the sedan.

    Officers finally caught up with Chavez near Eubank Boulevard. According to the complaint, Chavez took it upon himself to pull over and get out of the truck.

    Lapel video shows Chavez refusing to follow the officer’s commands to keep his hands out of his pockets and in the air.

    Officers finally got Chavez in cuffs, but discovered he wasn’t alone. He claimed the woman on the passenger side of the truck was his wife.

    He also claimed to be a repo-man on the clock.

    “I’m not trying to do nothing. I’m working, God,” he said.

    2 months
  • Police arrest drunk teacher who keeps repeating numbers 01:00
  • Suspect Steals Police Car and Crashes in Backyard 01:29

    Suspect Steals Police Car and Crashes in Backyard

    Mount Pleasant PD have released dashcam video showing a suspect steal a police car before crashing in a backyard. The suspect, Philip Sprouse was arrested last weekend but decided to ramp up his charges even more. He was subsequently taken to jail and faces serious charges including burglary, possession of a stolen vehicle, escape and grand larceny.

    2 months
  • Hilarious moment driver pulled over by cops busts out dance moves on motorway after 20-mile police chase 00:41

    Hilarious moment driver pulled over by cops busts out dance moves on motorway after 20-mile police chase

    This is the hilarious moment a driver who'd been pulled over by cops after a 20-mile chase started DANCING on the motorway.

    The video footage from Houston in Texas shows the motorist getting out of a car and facing the police who are armed.

    At first the 25-year-old man, clad in a Donald Duck vest, shuffles over to the police before he is ordered to turn around and put his hands in the air.

    But after being told to get on the ground, he instead starts to dance, with his arms waving and bum wiggling just yards in front of officers.

    2 months
  • Bodycam Captures House Explosion 00:42

    Bodycam Captures House Explosion

    Indio Police have released bodycam footage showing a gas explosion graze a police officer in August. Officers had arrived on scene minutes earlier after a report of a gas odor coming from the residence. One officer received 2nd degree burns to his right arm following the explosion, but has since recovered.

    2 months
  • Man Gets Fatally Shot by Officers After Holding Wife at Gunpoint 02:17

    Man Gets Fatally Shot by Officers After Holding Wife at Gunpoint

    After four officer-fired rounds rang out outside a Silverado Ranch-area convenience store Saturday evening, an armed man went down, and his wife, who he was in a physical struggle with him over his gun, exclaimed that she’d been hit. The bullet, shot by Officer David Nesheiwat, 33, went through Phillip Pitts’ arm and into her stomach, Clark County Assistant Sheriff Tom Roberts said Tuesday. As Pitts, 41, pressed the gun against the woman's stomach, Nesheiwat shot twice, knocking the suspect to the ground, Roberts said. While down, Pitts kept the gun pointed at the woman, prompting the officer to pull the trigger twice more. The unidentified woman underwent surgery and survived at University Medical Center, while Pitts died there moments after the shooting. This was the 21st shooting involving Metro officers this year, compared with seven during the same time last year, Roberts said. The shooting and dramatic moments that preceded it were captured on officer-worn cameras and broadcast Tuesday.

    A concerned citizen called 911 at 5:34 p.m. to report that a man, who was possibly armed with a gun, was choking a woman outside the store, 780 Pyle Ave., near Pollock Drive, Roberts said. Surveillance video shows a physical struggle between the couple. An officer, who was not identified, arrives first. "What's going on?" he yells. "What's that in your hand? Drop your gun!" He then directs his attention to the woman, who is crying and screaming, "Step away from him. Step away. Step away from him now. Step away from her!" At some point during the wrestling for the gun, Pitts points the gun to his head and says he's going to shoot himself, Roberts said. The woman presumably pleads for him not to do it. "Sir, get on the ground! Put the gun down! Sir, put the gun down!" With his left hand, the officer motions the woman to come to him, while he points the gun at Pitts with his right. The officer, who takes cover between his cruiser and a civilian vehicle, pleads with Pitts to drop the gun, which goes ignored. About 35 seconds after the first officer drives up, Nesheiwat arrives and yells at Pitts to drop the gun, firing his gun about 10 seconds later.

    Before firing their guns, officers are trained to weigh the backdrop of the scene and assess the danger to other officers and bystanders, Roberts said. “The intent is to save lives, not take lives ... and trying to neutralize the threat as best as you can.” Pitts did not fire his 9 mm gun, which had eight bullets in the magazine, one in the chamber, and had its safe off, Roberts said. Pitts goes down, and the woman holds her stomach, walks and sits on a curb, and announces, "I'm hit ... I got hit." An investigation determined that the bullet that struck the woman had gone through Pitts’ arm, Roberts said. The couple’s 10-year-old daughter had been trying to keep Pitts away from her mother sometime before police arrived, Roberts said. Pitts did not have a criminal history in Las Vegas but did have multiple arrests, mostly for misdemeanors, in Hawaii, his last in 2007, Roberts said. Nesheiwat, an 11-year Metro veteran, was placed on paid administrative leave while the investigation continues, per the agency's policy. The shooting was the 21st this year involving Metro Police and the 10th fatal officer-involved shooting. At the same time last year, police had investigated seven officer-involved shootings, three of them fatal.

    2 months
  • Hero SWAT officer saves woman held hostage by agitated knifeman with dramatic martial arts throw 00:25

    Hero SWAT officer saves woman held hostage by agitated knifeman with dramatic martial arts throw

    A dramatic video appears to show the moment a hero cop disarms a knifeman who was holding a woman hostage - with a brutal martial arts move.

    The clip has been widely shared in China, where police chiefs have praised the quick-thinking SWAT officer.

    In mobile footage seemingly from the crime scene, a terrified woman is held captive by a man wielding a huge meat cleaver in a hotel lobby.

    He is shown facing off with a group of officers holding riot shields.

    It is not clear what his demands were, but the agitated man is seen holding the woman with his left arm and threatening cops with the blade.

    2 months
  • Policewoman beats teen pinned by officers on car before warning his horrified mother 00:44

    Policewoman beats teen pinned by officers on car before warning his horrified mother "Get back or you're next"

    A policewoman has been filmed punching a teenager repeatedly as he's pinned to a car by a group of officers, before warning his mother: "Get back or you're next."

    Shocking mobile phone footage shows Aaron Kearney being held down while one cop is seen repeatedly hitting him in the face during an arrest.

    The 18-year-old's mother is heard saying: "Are you punching my son?", to which the female officer brazenly responds: "I am."

    When the mother approached again, shouting: "Why is she f***** my son up?", the female officer says: "Get back or you're next."

    In the 45 second clip, taken during the arrest in Connecticut, Kearney is seen being punched at least 10 times.

    Pleading with officers, the woman's voice is heard saying: "Look at this. You see this? This is a white boy."

    Kearney repeatedly shouts to his mother "Record me, record me ma" as the ordeal continues.

    Several officers have been placed on administrative duty following the violence, the Connecticut Post reports.

    Kearney was taken to hospital, and may have suffered broken bones, according to a family friend.

    Joe Grits told NBC: "I know his nose was bleeding bad. I don't know if there were broken bones, but it looked severe that day."

    Grits said officers had been called by Kearney after a minor road crash, but said it escalated when police realised he was driving with a suspended license.

    The teenager has been charged with breach of the peace and assault on a police officer.

    The city's Office of Internal Affairs is investigating the incident.

    Defending her actions, the female police officer, identified as Christina Arroyo, said, the Connecticut Post reports: “I feared for my safety as well as officers on scene that suspect was pulling away and actively resisting due to concealing a firearm.

    "Due to these reasons I then struck (Aaron) Kearney multiple times in the face with both fists in an attempt for him to loosen his grip of his arms and bring them out from his body."

    2 months
  • GERMANISTAN: 22 Cops Injured as Moroccan Muslim Migrants Take to the Streets Blocking Roadways, Assaulting Germans, Pelting Police with Rocks and Other Objects 00:42

    GERMANISTAN: 22 Cops Injured as Moroccan Muslim Migrants Take to the Streets Blocking Roadways, Assaulting Germans, Pelting Police with Rocks and Other Objects

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    Following the qualification of Morocco for the World Cup, celebrations by some 300 football fans of Moroccan origin in the spot of choice for sporting events, the steps of the stock exchange in the center of Brussels, turned into riots.

    Disturbances were reported in the City centre, Place de la Bourse, venue of the Christmas market under construction. Police say several cars were set on fire and shops looted.

    Some 22 police officers were injured and riot police with water cannon were needed to disperse the mob. Calm was restored two hours after the violence erupted.

    2 months
  • Shocking Moment Yob Rams A Police Car In High-speed Chase 01:21

    Shocking Moment Yob Rams A Police Car In High-speed Chase

    A banned driver led police on a 70mph car chase through narrow town centre streets as horrified pedestrians dodged out of his way.

    Merseyside Roads Policing Unit released footage showing Danny Smith tearing through the streets of St Helens in a stolen car.

    The dangerous driver was hurtling down roads at more than twice the speed limit before he crashed into a Mercedes.

    Smith smirked as he was sentenced to 14 months in jail for the chase in the stolen Vauxhall Corsa.

    2 months
  • BATTLEFIELD PARIS: Muslim Migrants from Morocco Continue to Ravage the City of Paris, Ignite Cars, Destroy Stores, and Battle with Police 02:19

    BATTLEFIELD PARIS: Muslim Migrants from Morocco Continue to Ravage the City of Paris, Ignite Cars, Destroy Stores, and Battle with Police

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    Muslim migrant Moroccans continue to riot in the city of Paris after numerous demands were ignored. Muslim migrants from Morocco continue to demand things such as free housing, new cell phones, clothing, and other amenities even natural born citizens are denied.

    2 months
  • Carjacker Folds like a Cheap Chair after Being Pummeled by Rubber Bullets by Police 01:39

    Carjacker Folds like a Cheap Chair after Being Pummeled by Rubber Bullets by Police

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    A 27-year-old carjacking suspect was in custody evening after being shot with less-than-lethal rounds at the end of a pursuit in Long Beach, authorities said.

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