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Bodycam Captures Fatal Police Shootout in Pasadena, Texas
 
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** (Disclaimer: This video content is intended for educational and informational purposes only) ** Police have released dash and body cam video from a shooting, during which an officer fatally shot a suspect who witnesses say opened fire on him during a traffic stop off Southmore Ave. The Pasadena Police Department says the officer attempted to pull over the suspect Thursday afternoon after he ran a stop sign. The suspect did not immediately stop, driving six blocks before coming to a stop on Spooner at the 400 block of Southmore Avenue. On the video, the officer shouts, "stay in the vehicle" and "show me your hands." The situation quickly escalated, according to Assistant Police Chief Josh Bruegger. "He gets out of the vehicle, turns partially so he's facing back towards the officer. At one point his hand reaches down, his right hand behind his back, and then he produces a weapon, brings it up, both hands in a shooting stance parallel to the ground, pointing it at the officer," Bruegger said. "The officer immediately starts firing, and strikes the suspect." Police said the officer fired at least six times, but they do not know if the suspect actually fired at the officer. A 63-year-old man who saw the shooting from his front yard. He says the suspect did shoot at the officer and the officer had to protect himself. "It's unfortunate the officer is placed in the position but when a suspect points a weapon at the officer, the officer really has no choice but to defend himself," said Bruegger. The officer, 40 years old and a 13-year veteran of Pasadena PD, was not hurt. He has been placed on administrative leave, which is standard after officer-involved shootings. A Harris County grand jury will determine whether he did anything criminal. The suspect has not been identified. Police said his gun was found next to his body at the scene. Donate to PoliceActivity: https://www.patreon.com/PoliceActivity Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PoliceActivity Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Police_Activity
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Patient Cop Gives Drunk Man Every Chance To Go Away
 
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** (Disclaimer: This video content is intended for educational and informational purposes only) ** Body camera footage released by the Spokane Police Department Wednesday shows how Sgt. Eric Kannberg was dealing with one drunken individual when another person approached him and intervened. During the incident, went on for nearly four minutes, Kannberg asked the individual to step away from him multiple times and, at one point, the man hit the officer's hand. Eventually, after running down the street, Kannberg caught up with him and took him into custody. Donate to PoliceActivity: https://www.patreon.com/PoliceActivity Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PoliceActivity Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Police_Activity
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Police Bust Man Impersonating U.S. Marshal in Florida
 
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** (Disclaimer: This video content is intended for educational and informational purposes only) ** When you’re going to impersonate a law enforcement officer, the last person you want to tell that you’re a cop, is a cop. But that’s what police in Boynton Beach said happened at a Florida Best Buy. According to the police report, officers were called to the store when a man that employees suspected of stealing an iPhone X a few days earlier entered the business. The employee called to have John O’Grady, 61, removed from the store for trespassing. When officers approached the Boynton Beach man, he said he was a U.S. marshal. The pin on his gray suit, the badge and the gun seemed to confirm that. But O’Grady didn’t have identification nor could he name his supervisor. He eventually conceded that no, he was not a U.S. marshal, and the “firearm” on his hip was a BB gun. Police can be heard on the body camera video telling O’Grady, “Congratulations, that’s a felony,” once they found a badge on his belt saying that he was a U.S. marshal. Authorities arrested O’Grady on charges of impersonating a law enforcement officer and retail theft. They reportedly found the stolen iPhone in O’Grady’s vehicle. O’Grady was released later that afternoon from the Palm Beach County Jail on a $6,000 surety bond, records show. Donate to PoliceActivity: https://www.patreon.com/PoliceActivity Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PoliceActivity Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Police_Activity
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Suspect Gets Fatally Shot After Pulling Gun From a Bush
 
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** (Disclaimer: This video content is intended for educational and informational purposes only) ** A 21-year-old man fatally shot by Las Vegas police officers last week may have been impaired and grabbed a gun before pointing and firing it at officers in an apparent suicide-by-cop incident captured on police body camera footage, authorities said Monday. The incident happened following a three-car collision at Rainbow Boulevard and Gary Avenue just after 7 a.m. on Oct. 10, Las Vegas Metro Police Asst. Sheriff Tim Kelly said. When LVMPD traffic Officer Kenneth Pillette and Officer Chad Betts arrived, two of the drivers said the third driver, suspect 21-year-old Kenneth Busse, appeared to be impaired. When Busse was asked by Betts to take a field sobriety test, Busse refused, run to a nearby bush and picked up a firearm he left there prior to officers arriving on the scene, Kelly said. Busse pointed the gun at Betts and fired a round at the officer, which jammed in the chamber, preventing him from firing more shots, Kelly said. Pillette, a 20-year veteran of the department, and Betts, a 19-year officer, fired a total of six return shots at Busse, striking Busse in the chest. Busse was pronounced dead at the scene. Kelly said further investigation showed Busse was suicidal, had made suicidal comments in the past and exhibited suicidal signs on the day of the shooting. The shooting was the 20th officer involved shooting for LVMPD in 2018 and the 10th fatal shooting incident. Donate to PoliceActivity: https://www.patreon.com/PoliceActivity Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PoliceActivity Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Police_Activity
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Texas Police Helicopter Video Captures Shootout on Highway
 
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** (Disclaimer: This video content is intended for educational and informational purposes only) ** The Texas Department of Public Safety released a video of a chase that ended in a deadly shootout between a suspect and a DPS trooper in east Bexar County. The video shows the moments after authorities said 33-year-old Ernest Manuel Montelongo took off after giving troopers a fake name during a Feb. 18 traffic stop. The trooper briefly lost sight of the fleeing suspect, but a DPS helicopter assisted with finding him. The suspect crossed a highway and went the wrong way on I-10. The suspect was stopped by two troopers. Gunfire was exchanged between the suspect and a DPS trooper. The suspect and a trooper were taken to local area hospitals. The suspect died the next day in the hospital. The wounded trooper was taken to University Hospital in the DPS helicopter and survived the shootout. News Articles on this story: https://www.mysanantonio.com/news/local/crime/article/DPS-aerial-footage-shows-deadly-shootout-between-13203123.php https://www.westernjournal.com/ct/wild-west-style-shootout-ends-suspect-chopper-intervenes/ https://www.ksat.com/news/watch-dramatic-footage-shows-deadly-shootout-with-dps-trooper-suspect Donate to PoliceActivity: https://www.patreon.com/PoliceActivity Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PoliceActivity Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Police_Activity
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Texas Woman Steals Police Car Then Crashes It During Chase
 
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** (Disclaimer: This video content is intended for educational and informational purposes only) ** Law enforcement officials have identified the chase suspect as Toscha Sponsler, a 33-year-old Alto native who is now under arrest with multiple charges, aside from her unauthorized use of a motor vehicle. Police report that the call that originated this incident was for a suspicious person and/or possible shoplifter at Ulta. Sponsler left the store on foot and eventually was put under arrest near South First at Loop 287. She was handcuffed behind her back and buckled up in the back of a police unit to be taken to jail when she slipped out of one of the handcuffs, was able to get out of the seatbelt and climbed through the vehicle's sliding partition window. After getting through the window, Sponsler gained access to the driver's seat. While she was trying to escape, officers were standing behind the car, searching through a backpack and purse Sponsler had tried to ditch when the police vehicle almost backed into them and drove away. The suspect led police units on a chase down Loop 287 at Tulane to Whitehouse and to various other roads at speeds that reached roughly 100 mph, almost making a head-on collision with two Lufkin officers, Constable Chad Wilson and several other drivers. Police officers reported seeing her continuously reaching and fumbling for the officer's shotgun, which is mechanically locked inside the unit. Multiple law enforcement agencies joined the chase with DPS leading them. Shortly after, troopers used a pursuit intervention technique maneuver to spin Sponsler out close to state Highway 63 at the 69 south intersection. Sponsler then left the road and crashed into a tree at 6:03 p.m.. A medical unit was called out to the scene, but Sponsler declined further medical treatment before she was taken to jail. Law enforcement officials found Sponsler in possession of a felony amount of methamphetamine after she was arrested will charge her additionally with escape, evading on foot, unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, possession of a controlled substance and aggravated assault of a police officer. The police unit, a Tahoe, was damaged heavily and is likely totaled. No one was hurt during the chase and police say that the incident will be further reviewed to make sure the best practices were met. The incident is still under investigation. Donate to PoliceActivity: https://www.patreon.com/PoliceActivity Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PoliceActivity Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Police_Activity
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Bodycam Shows Officer Deploy K9 Shep On Fleeing Suspect
 
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** (Disclaimer: This video content is intended for educational and informational purposes only) ** Body camera video released by the Pasco County Sheriff’s Office shows Deputy Nick Carmack from his perspective of a call from yesterday where he attempted a traffic stop on a stolen vehicle and the vehicle fled from him before turning into a driveway. After turning into the driveway, the driver and one passenger fled on foot, at which time Deputy Carmack deployed K9 Shep who quickly apprenhended one of the individuals. K9 Shep held the individual until Deputy Carmack could place handcuffs on the individual, this was for Deputy Carmack's safety and to make sure the individual did not flee again. The suspect was medically cleared and arrested. Later, Deputy Rob Wilkins and K9 Knox were deployed to locate the additional individual who fled from the vehicle and they were also located and arrested. Both suspects were charged with Grand Theft Auto, Fleeing to Elude, Criminal Mischief, and Child Neglect as there was an infant child in the vehicle during the pursuit and who was left in the car when the suspects fled from the vehicle. Donate to PoliceActivity: https://www.patreon.com/PoliceActivity Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PoliceActivity Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Police_Activity
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San Francisco Police Bodycam Video Of Fatal Barbershop Shootout
 
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** (Disclaimer: This video content is intended for educational and informational purposes only) ** San Francisco police have released dramatic video of a shootout inside a barbershop that left a gunman dead and five people wounded, including an officer. Twenty-one-year-old Jehad Eid of Suisun City, which is located about 47 miles northeast of San Francisco, died at a hospital after the March 21 confrontation. At a town hall meeting Thursday evening, police said they went to the barbershop to find Eid after his family reported he'd threatened them and had a gun. Police said Eid's family called the police after he threatened to shoot them. When police confronted Eid in a barbershop on Geneva near Mission Blvd., they say he fired several shots at officers. Officers returned fired. Video from one officer's body camera shows the officer shooting after falling to the ground seconds after entering the shop. The officer was hit in the leg. Four other people, including a teenager, were wounded. Police say Eid fired first, shooting 9 rounds, while two officers fired 26 shots. Eid was hit 18 times. The shooting is under investigation. Donate to PoliceActivity: https://www.patreon.com/PoliceActivity Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PoliceActivity Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Police_Activity
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Police Use Bean Bag Rounds And K-9 To Subdue Armed Man
 
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** (Disclaimer: This video content is intended for educational and informational purposes only) ** On Friday, Marshfield Police responded to a call that there was a man with a knife and he was threatening human services and probation parole officials to leave. Police arrived on the scene to find Patrick Langreck still holding the knife. In an effort to subdue him the officers used less-lethal bean bags to take down Langreck with little harm. On Monday, officers discussed why they chose to use the method they did. "Behind the squad car the officers don't have any cover so we had to try to subdue him. The entire time the individual has the knife in his hand he is a threat, at any time he could change his direction. We're within 25 feet here," said Marshfield Police Lieutenant Jody Geurink. In a dangerous situation, the Marshfield Mayor Bob McManus says the Marshfield Police Department had the perfect response. "They made split-second decisions that were absolutely brilliant," McManus said. "This is another case where we responded appropriately, and it is nice to have the commendations and the support,” said Geurick. Because of the quick thinking by the officers, the officers and the suspect were able to come away from the scene safely. "Our officer safety is always paramount. This is just a situation that worked out for the best for us and also this individual," Geurink added. The body cam footage even caught the eye of Marshfield city officials. "If you hear on the tape, you can hear them saying, 'stop, put the weapon down,' they just continued with the escalation. So we couldn't be prouder of our officers in Marshfield," McManus said. "It feels wonderful to have the support of our community, have the support of our administrative staff in our community, it's just wonderful. And that's been the history with this city they've backed out department whole heartedly," Geurink said. After seeing the officers handle the situation successfully, the Mayor has nothing but pride for them, "You know, in review of everything there, it just shows why we in Marshfield are so proud of all of our men and women behind that badge. And I've got to give a shout out to our great chief Rick Gramza, This is a testament to the training and department that he runs. " Pat Langreck is in police custody. He was in court today in Wood County, facing four counts of recklessly endangering safety. A judge set a cash bond of 50-thousand dollars. Donate to PoliceActivity: https://www.patreon.com/PoliceActivity Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PoliceActivity Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Police_Activity
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Dashcam Shows Intense Shootout Between Troopers And Suspect
 
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** (Disclaimer: This video content is intended for educational and informational purposes only) ** State Police have released dramatic dashcam video of the shootout on Route 33 that seriously injured Pennsylvania State Trooper Seth Kelly in 2017. The suspect Daniel Clary was convicted of attempted murder in May. In November 2017, State Trooper Ryan Seiple made what was supposed to be a routine traffic stop on Route 33 in Plainfield Township, Northampton County. Dashcam video shows Clary getting a ticket for speeding, but as the trooper begins to pull away, Clary flags him down again. Trooper Sieple called for backup and the video shows Sieple and Trooper Seth Kelly putting Clary through a sobriety test. The video shows Clary unstable on his feet during several tests. When the troopers try to arrest Clary, he resists and they wrestle him to the ground. Clary attempts to fight back. At one point, the fight spills out onto the road with traffic driving by. Police tried to use a taser on Clary but he gets up and reaches into the driver's side window of his car. The video shows Clary firing the gun multiple times at both Trooper Sieple and Trooper Kelly. Both officers return fire and Clary drives away. Trooper Kelly was shot four times during the exchange of gunfire Nov 7, 2017, on the side of Route 33 in Plainfiield Township. He arrived at a local hospital clinically dead. He spent 12 days in a medically-induced coma and 25 days in the hospital. He doesn't remember the shootout. Houck showed jurors the 45-mintue video of the traffic stop, the struggle and its aftermath. Houck believes he could have suppressed its release. But he and the troopers believe it's important that the public should view the video to see just how dangerous police work can be and to see the restraint employed by the troopers before they were forced to open fire. "We think the community should see it," Houck said. Clary, 22, of Effort, Pa., was convicted June 29 of multiple felonies, including attempting to kill Seiple and Kelly. His attorney argued at trial he was scared and shot at the troopers because he feared for his life. Clary will be sentenced Aug. 31. Donate to PoliceActivity: https://www.patreon.com/PoliceActivity Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PoliceActivity Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Police_Activity
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Bodycam Captures Fatal Police Shootout in Baltimore, Maryland ⚠(Volume Warning)
 
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** (Disclaimer: This video content is intended for educational and informational purposes only) ** Baltimore Police released body camera footage Monday from a Sept. 23 shootout that left an officer injured and suspect dead. Baltimore police identified the two officers involved in a shootout Sunday that injured one of them and left another man dead. Police said Tuesday that Nathaniel Sassafras, 29, of Baltimore, shot and injured officer Phillip Lippe, who has since been released from the hospital. Both Lippe, a three-year member of the department, and Steven Foster, a five-year member, fired their weapons, police said. They were assigned to Western District patrol. Both officers were wearing body cameras — one of which was shot and damaged in the incident, police said. Police spokesman T.J. Smith said the damaged camera was being sent to the manufacturer to retrieve the data, but Axon was unable to retrieve the footage. “We will make the decision to release the footage once we have had an opportunity to review it in its entirety,” Smith said in a statement. The shooting was reported just before 6:30 p.m. in the rear of the 800 block of Vine St. in the Poppleton neighborhood. Lippe and Foster were in the neighborhood for a “crime suppression initiative,” Interim Police Commissioner Gary Tuggle told reporters at a news conference Sunday night. Two people were shot in the same block in a span of just over four hours one evening last week. Tuggle said Sassafras was not a specific target of the operation. A spokesman for the Department of Corrections said Sassafras was paroled on Jan. 18 after serving nearly 14 years of a 20-year sentence for a 2004 murder. The state corrections spokesman said Sassafras was convicted of second-degree murder and use of handgun in a crime of violence. He also served a concurrent one-year sentence for second-degree assault that occurred while he was incarcerated. Police said Sassafras was just 15 when he shot Jason Baughman, 22, several times in front of a convenience store near the 500 block of N. Warwick Ave. on May 9, 2004, according to a Baltimore Sun article at the time. Police said the shooting was related to an "ongoing dispute in the area.” Court records show Sassafras also was charged in another murder on June 26, 2004, but a warrant was not issued until October 22 of that year and he was arrested six days later. Those charges were later dropped. No one answered Monday at two addresses associated with Sassafras. His family could not be reached for comment. In a profile on a friendship and dating website connecting inmates to those on the outside, Sassafras, 19 at the time, described himself as a people person seeking meaningful relationships, who goes by the nickname “Davon.” The profile said he was seeking an “intelligent” woman with a “good personality” to communicate with. He wrote that he enjoyed writing poetry, playing baseball, basketball, football and “love to sweat out when boxing.” He continued, “I love to meet new friends because I'm a people person and I hope they stay with me.” Donate to PoliceActivity: https://www.patreon.com/PoliceActivity Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PoliceActivity Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Police_Activity
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Police Dashcam Captures Chase of Reckless Driver in Louisiana
 
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** (Disclaimer: This video content is intended for educational and informational purposes only) ** Cody Davis is guilty as charged of six crimes connected to the high-speed chase on Ryan street April 10th. Police video of the high speed chase was critical evidence in the trial of Cody Davis. The video shows him ramming other vehicles out of the way, driving on the wrong side of the road and, prosecutors say, ditching a stolen gun they say can be seen bouncing on the pavement. Calcasieu Assistant D.A. Charles Robinson says the video and audio recordings were key. “I think the dash camera speaks for itself. I don’t think there’s a person who could put eyes on this dash camera and not be absolutely appalled that this happened and thrilled that he’s found guilty,” said Robinson. The pursuit of the convicted felon driving a stolen truck ended in a dramatic crash, all on video. Remarkably no one was killed. Davis took the stand in his own defense saying he kept going because his brakes weren't working. Robinson called it the most ridiculous story anyone ever told on the witness stand. “Davis’s testimony was a pathetic joke. It’s a shame that he was even able to do that. He committed perjury in front of that jury. I could not count the amount of lies that this man came up with,” said Robinson. ”And to come in there and testify after we have recorded jail phone calls of him saying I led officers on a high-speed chase, that are in direct contradiction to what he’s saying to the jury. It’s ridiculous." Davis was found guilty of possession of a weapon by a convicted felon, illegal possession of a stolen firearm, aggravated flight from an officer, unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, obstruction of justice by tampering with evidence and aggravated criminal damage to property. The jury vote was unanimous on five of the charges but 11-1 on obstruction of justice. Davis will be sentenced at 9 a.m. Nov. 2 and will later be subject to enhanced penalties as a habitual offender. Defense attorneys declined to appear on camera. Donate to PoliceActivity: https://www.patreon.com/PoliceActivity Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PoliceActivity Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Police_Activity
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Dashcam: Police Officer Helps Speeding Student Tie His Tie
 
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** (Disclaimer: This video content is intended for educational and informational purposes only) ** A University of Wisconsin-Stout student pulled over for speeding last month near campus was rushing to give a presentation and didn’t know how to tie his necktie. According to the Menomonie Police Department, Officer Martin Folczyk spotted the student’s BMW speeding down 8th Street at 8:55 a.m. on the morning of Nov. 30 and initiated the stop. “I have to get a tie tied,” the driver said. “I have a presentation and I thought my buddy was home but he’s not, and I’m running behind.” Before asking for his license and insurance, the officer asked the student for his tie, then loosely tied it around his own neck before handing it back. “While I do this, why don’t you grab your proof of insurance and your driver’s license real quick,” Officer Folczyk said. “Probably not the best knot, but it will work.” “Better than what I was going to do,” the student said. “Thank you so much.” The student was given a verbal warning. After seeing the video of the traffic stop, the police chief invited the driver back to the police station and taught him to properly tie his own tie. News Articles on this story: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/morning-mix/wp/2016/12/22/instead-of-a-speeding-ticket-wisc-student-got-a-necktie-lesson/?utm_term=.358129782634 https://globalnews.ca/news/3142824/wisconsin-police-officer-speeding-student-necktie/ https://ktla.com/2016/12/21/police-officer-pulls-over-student-for-speeding-then-helps-him-tie-his-tie/ Donate to PoliceActivity: https://www.patreon.com/PoliceActivity Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PoliceActivity Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Police_Activity
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Bodycam Shows Officer Shooting at Suspect Through Windshield
 
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** (Disclaimer: This video content is intended for educational and informational purposes only) ** "Assistant Sheriff Tim Kelly met with members of the media today to discuss additional details of the July 11, 2018 officer involved shooting that occurred during a vehicle pursuit and ended at Ogden Avenue and 18th Street. At approximately 7:24 a.m. patrol officers were dispatched to an attempted murder call in which the victim was shot multiple times. There were two suspects involved and they fled in a SUV described as an early 2000 Ford Expedition with big wheels. At approximately 9:30 a.m. officers observed the vehicle in the area of Constantine and Cooper. The suspect immediately sped away and officers began a pursuit. During a lengthy pursuit both suspects fired a total of 34 shots at officers striking multiple marked patrol vehicles. Officers returned fire a total of 32 times during the pursuit and at the point of termination on Ogden Avenue and 18th Street. The officers involved were Officer William Umana and Officer Paul Solomon. The suspects were identified as 23-year- old Fidel Miranda and 30-year-old Rene Nunez. Miranda was declared deceased by medical personnel on scene. Nunez was taken into custody and had sustained an apparent gunshot wound for which he received medical treatment." - Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department Report. Donate to PoliceActivity: https://www.patreon.com/PoliceActivity Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PoliceActivity Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Police_Activity
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Bodycam Footage Of Fatal Officer-Involved Shooting in Maryland
 
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** (Disclaimer: This video content is intended for educational and informational purposes only) ** The Montgomery County Police Department have released body-worn camera video from a deadly officer-involved shooting that was determined to be justified. Montgomery County Police Officer Anand Badgujar fatally shot 41-year-old Robert White on June 11 in the parking lot of a Silver Spring townhouse community. The Howard County State’s Attorney’s Office reviewed the evidence in the case and “concluded that Officer Badgujar’s actions were justified under the circumstances.” According to police, Badgujar, who was in the area responding to an unrelated call, attempted to speak with White. The investigation shows that White became aggressive with Badgujar and assaulted him multiple times. Police say Badgujar tried pepper spraying White, but White continued to attack the officer. The body-worn camera video was recorded from the cameras from Officer Badgujar and a backup police officer. Donate to PoliceActivity: https://www.patreon.com/PoliceActivity Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PoliceActivity Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Police_Activity
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Oklahoma Deputy Fatally Shoots Suspect Who Stabbed Him
 
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** (Disclaimer: Video posted strictly for educational and information purposes only) ** A Sequoyah County Deputy who was stabbed while trying to serve an arrest warrant is on routine administrative leave while the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation (OSBI) conducts an investigation into the incident that left the suspect dead. Sequoyah County Sheriff Larry Lane said Deputy Christian Goode was sore from two stab wounds but was out of the hospital and doing well considering he was stabbed twice by Phillip Joel Trammel, 30, of Muldrow. Goode was involved in an incident about 4:30 p.m. Friday in which he was attempting to locate and arrest Trammel, Lane said. Trammel was wanted on three charges that include forgery, non-payment of child support and non-compliance with the sex offender registry. Deputy Goode and Muldrow Officer Brad Roberts went to a residence in Muldrow in search of Trammell. Lane said the residence at 10th and Enid streets in Muldrow was not Trammel's and a female answered the door when the officers arrived. When asked by Goode if Trammel was there, the female replied she didn't know, but told Goode what bedroom Trammel usually stayed in, Lane said. He said the woman granted Goode consent to search. Lane said Goode began to search the house and went back out to get Roberts to go through the home with him. As the two officers were conducting the search, they discovered Trammel hiding under a pile of clothes. Trammel came out from under the pile of clothes brandishing a knife. Trammel yelled expletives at Goode and Roberts and said he would kill them, that he wasn't going back to jail. Goode was stabbed twice, once in the shoulder and a second time to the chest, below the left breast, Lane said. “He had a 5 centimeter deep stab wound to the chest. It missed a main artery by about one millimeter,” Lane said. After being stabbed, Lane said Goode managed to return fire, striking Trammel three times, twice in the torso and once in the arm. He said Goode fired a total of eight rounds. Trammel died at the scene. Just after the shooting, Muldrow Assistant Police Chief Tim Keith arrived and placed a tourniquet on Goode's arm before transporting him to a Fort Smith hospital. Goode was able to be treated and later released. Lane said Goode's name was not released immediately as a precaution and is routine until family members are notified. Goode has been with the sheriff's department about eight months, Lane said, adding that he believe Goode had been in law enforcement about four or five years. Lane praised Goode, saying, “He did the right thing. Lane said he learned from Trammel's family members, after the fact, that Trammel had made statements that he was not going to be taken by police. His body has been sent to the office of the state medical examiner. Lane said Goode will return to work after the OSBI completes its investigation, which he said could take three to four weeks. Donate to PoliceActivity: https://www.patreon.com/PoliceActivity Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PoliceActivity Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Police_Activity
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Costco Thieves Run Right Out The Door And into Seattle Police
 
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** (Disclaimer: This video content is intended for educational and informational purposes only) ** Seattle police arrested some thieves who they say were trying steal "in bulk" from Costco. Seattle police put an end to the shoplifting spree as dash cameras and body cams recorded. Loss-prevention officers recognized what was going on inside the Costco store around 5:30 p.m. Wednesday and called police. The suspects were gathering up laptops and other items, preparing to escape out a fire exit. A getaway driver was waiting outside. Police got in position and waited until the would-be thieves came through the fire doors. Police arrested the 30-year-old man and 21-year-old woman. The 18-year-old getaway driver was also arrested. Investigators believe they hit a different Costco earlier the same day-- -stealing more than $2,000 worth of electronics. Loss-prevention officers told detectives they'd had run-ins with one of the suspects before and he'd had a knife with a seven-inch blade in his pocket. Officers say the suspect had the knife when he was arrested Wednesday, as well. He was booked for investigation of robbery, and the women were booked for investigation of theft. They were all taken to the King County Jail. Donate to PoliceActivity: https://www.patreon.com/PoliceActivity Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PoliceActivity Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Police_Activity
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Colorado Police Officers Fatally Shoot Suspect Armed With Knife
 
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** (Disclaimer: Video posted strictly for educational and information purposes only) ** Fort Collins Police asked Jeremy Holmes to drop the hunting knife he was holding more than 40 times before fatally shooting the 19-year-old man July 1 near the Colorado State University campus in Fort Collins, body camera footage released Tuesday shows. Police were alerted that Holmes was walking to his brother's residence at the Aggie Village Apartments just south of CSU's campus with a large knife by a 911 call from Holmes' mother. The woman reported that Holmes had left the residence after saying he was going to kill his brother and sister-in-law, who lived at the Aggie Village Apartments, and that Jeremy Holmes had struggled with mental health issues in the past. The woman said to dispatchers that Holmes told her he planned to charge police and force them to shoot him, and he said she would "lose either one or two sons" that night. Officer Phil Morris with CSU police responded to the area of Whitcomb Street and Prospect Road, where he saw Holmes holding a large knife. In the video, Morris pulled out his patrol pistol and immediately began instructing Holmes to drop the knife, and backed away from Holmes as he continued walking toward the officer. Holmes refused to drop the knife, and uttered phrases such as, "Kill me now," and, "My life is over." Fort Collins police Officer Erin Mast was responding to a different call, but saw Morris with his weapon drawn as she drove on Prospect with her lights flashing. She stopped and tried to assist Morris, pulling out her firearm and also pleading with Holmes to drop the knife. With Mast's cover, Morris can be heard saying he is going to try shooting Holmes with a Taser, but as he goes to pull the Taser, Holmes charges Morris with the knife. Morris redrew his gun and fired four times at Holmes, and Mast also fired twice, with all six rounds hitting Holmes, according to Jones. Both Holmes' mother and brother have seen the body-camera footage, Jones said. "I think the officers have certain tools that are available to them, and some are less lethal and some are not," Harris said. "In this case the officer made a decision to try and transition to that less lethal option, and I'm not going to sit here and second-guess him. If it had worked, it would have been a great day for everybody." Donate to PoliceActivity: https://www.patreon.com/PoliceActivity Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PoliceActivity Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Police_Activity
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Dashcam Captures Police Shootout in Escambia County, Florida
 
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** (Disclaimer: This video content is intended for educational and informational purposes only) ** Three Escambia County Sheriff’s deputies have been cleared of any wrongdoing in an October, 2017 shootout with a robbery suspect. Prosecutors said a key piece of evidence in coming to that decision was the dash-cam video from the first-responding deputy. In the video, which has now been released by the State Attorney’s Office, Deputy Patrick Roberts can be seen and heard commanding Demetric Denario Carter to keep his hands up and get on the ground for more than two minutes. Roberts could see a handgun in Carter’s back pocket. Even after backup arrived, Carter refused to comply. Deputy Roberts tased Carter who pulled his gun and fires several shots as he was going to the ground. Deputies responded with fire of their own, wounding Carter who was taken into custody. According to a police report, a bank teller at Warrington Bank called deputies after a suspicious man came in the bank, speaking and acting in a threatening manner. She told dispatch she was afraid he may rob the bank. She also told dispatch that the suspect, later identified as Carter asked her to call police because he didn’t want to take anything out on them. The deputies were not injured in the shootout and Carter was treated for non-life threatening injuries. He now faces three attempted murder charges. READ THE FULL REPORT: https://mgtvwkrg.files.wordpress.com/2017/01/ecso-shooting.pdf Donate to PoliceActivity: https://www.patreon.com/PoliceActivity Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PoliceActivity Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Police_Activity
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Bodycam Shows Cops Save Overdosing Man With Narcan in Florida
 
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** (Disclaimer: This video content is intended for educational and informational purposes only) ** The Pasco County Sheriff's Office released a video which showed a man with what they say are all the signs of an overdose. He had a strong pulse but wasn't breathing, pinpoint pupils, and he began turning blue in the face. The responding deputies administered Narcan, or naloxone hydrochloride. The drug essentially reverses an overdose. Within three minutes, the man became responsive. "Our main goal here is to save lives, to give a person another chance," said Corporal Sherryl Johnson-Tandy, who tracks the agency's Narcan use and provides deputies with training. The man in the video got another chance because the deputies carried Narcan on them. "2017 was the first year that Pasco County began to experience some of the consequences associated with the opioid crisis," said Captain Mike Jenkins. The chemical agent has been deployed 65 times in Pasco County since March of 2017 to those who have overdosed on opioids. In 63 of those cases, Narcan revived the person. "This drug does not work if it's a cocaine-related," said Cpl. Johnson-Tandy. "It only works on opioids. Both of those had actual cocaine in their systems." More than 900 Pasco County employees are trained to use Narcan. More than 660 deputies carry rescue kits on them every day. "We recognize that we cannot arrest our way out of this problem," said Capt. Jenkins. "So, the deployment of Narcan is one of the strategies we are utilizing to address this issue." Narcan is a one-time use nasal spray or it can also be administered intravenously. Donate to PoliceActivity: https://www.patreon.com/PoliceActivity Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PoliceActivity Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Police_Activity
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Armed Robbery Suspect Gets Shot After Pointing Gun at Officers
 
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** (Disclaimer: This video content is intended for educational and informational purposes only) ** The Jackson County Prosecutor has decided that a fatal officer-involved shooting in March was justified. Prosecutor Jerry Jarzynka, in a six-page decision, detailed the events leading up to the shooting of Kenneth Townley, 47, on March 11. According to Jarzynka's investigation Townley had robbed a Dollar General store on the 3500 block of E. Michigan Avenue that afternoon. Clerks described the robber and a person matching that description was spotted on Tyson Street near Watts Street by a Blackman Public Safety officer. The officer made contact with Townley and other officers from Blackman Township, Jackson County Sheriff's Department and the City of Jackson arrived to assist. Witnesses said officers told Townley to put his hands on his heads and he refused each time. Townley then pulled what appeared to be a gun out of his sweatshirt and held it at his side. Officers again told him to drop the gun and Townley refused, instead he raised the gun and pointed it at officers. Officers then fired their guns at Townley and he fell to the ground. He died later at a local hospital. Investigators found that the gun Townley used to threaten officers was an Airsoft pistol, and not a real gun. Jarzynka said in his statement that the officers acted in self-defense and in the defense of others around them and for those reasons the use of deadly force was justified. Read the report below: https://media.wlns.com/nxs-wlnstv-media-us-east-1/document_dev/2018/05/17/3591_001_1526569613177_42851469_ver1.0.pdf Donate to PoliceActivity: https://www.patreon.com/PoliceActivity Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PoliceActivity Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Police_Activity
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Cops Rescue Children After Mother Holds Them On Building Ledge
 
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** (Disclaimer: This video content is intended for educational and informational purposes only) ** 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. Officer Rob Addea got under the window, ready to catch a child or the woman if necessary, police said. “Just get the kids back inside,” Addea said. Two other officers went upstairs and out a window to the ledge and one grabbed the children's arms while the other tried to reason with the woman, police said. Police eventually were able to rescue all of them. The woman has been committed to a mental health facility under the Baker Act and might face criminal charges, police said. The Florida Department of Children and Families is investigating and the children are in their custody. Donate to PoliceActivity: https://www.patreon.com/PoliceActivity Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PoliceActivity Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Police_Activity
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14-Year-Old Car Thief Gets Caught By Deputies After Roll Over Crash
 
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** (Disclaimer: This video content is intended for educational and informational purposes only) ** Newly released body camera video from the Pasco Sheriff's Office shows deputies chasing down a 14-year-old allegedly driving a stolen vehicle. According to the sheriff’s office, the suspect took the keys to a 2015 Mazda 6 without permission from Golden Oldies Auto Sales in Hudson. The boy drove the stolen vehicle through the metal rope blocking the parking lot and drove south on US Highway 19. The suspect was located by a deputy and gave chase, switching lanes to avoid traffic and stop sticks. The vehicle crashed near 12201 US Highway 19. The suspect fled on foot after the crash and the deputy chased after him. The boy was taken into custody for grand theft auto and criminal mischief after the short foot pursuit. Donate to PoliceActivity: https://www.patreon.com/PoliceActivity Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PoliceActivity Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Police_Activity
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Man Gets Fatally Shot After Pointing Gun At Colorado Deputies
 
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** (Disclaimer: This video content is intended for educational and informational purposes only) ** The Douglas County Sheriff's Office has released the identity of a suspect shot and killed by deputies near Sedalia last month, along with body camera and dash-camera footage of the incident that shows frantic officers opening fire on a man they believed had shot at another deputy. The sheriff's office announced Aug. 31 on Twitter that officers had shot and killed an armed suspect, now confirmed as Paul Askins, 61, of Colorado Springs, but declined to release his identity prior to Sept. 17, citing the open investigation. Douglas County Sheriff Tony Spurlock said a routine stop for a traffic violation escalated into the shooting when officers attempted to question Askins, who they now know was wanted for two felony warrants and had a criminal history in Colorado and Texas. “I just wanted to have the opportunity to share with you a little bit of information about what took place on Aug. 31,” Spurlock said at a Sept. 17 news conference. The shooting began when the driver of a pickup truck was pulled over for making an unsafe turn in front of two deputies on US Highway 85 near Delva Road at approximately 4:41 p.m. that day. Officers spoke to the truck's occupants for roughly 20 minutes and after checking identifications, learned the driver had a restraining order against her for a man matching Askins' description. Askins was a passenger in the vehicle's backseat.While officers tried to determine if Askins was in fact the protected person in that retraining order, he gave them multiple names, raising their suspicion, Spurlock said. They had asked Askins to get out of the vehicle so they could further question him when he opened the truck's door with a handgun pointed at them. In total, three officers were involved in the shooting — two deputies who made the initial traffic stop while working from the same vehicle and a third undercover officer who was in the area at the time of the call and stopped to assist them. Footage shows the undercover officer and one deputy were to the left and rear of the truck as a third deputy stood on the truck's right, back passenger door where Askins was seated. The deputy asked Askins to exit the truck moments before he opened the door with a gun raised. The deputy sprung back, falling down into the ditch and appeared to shoot at Askins from the ground. Within seconds, all three officers fired their weapons at Askins after he ignored the deputy's command not to move and continued advancing toward the fallen deputy, gun raised. “Shots fired,” an officer shouted as a deputy is seen from his body camera footage reloading his weapon and approaching Askins, who fell to the ground after officers opened fire. Spurlock said the undercover officer and the deputy believed Askins had shot at the deputy standing by his door when they fired their weapons. All three officers were placed on administrative leave and two have returned to duty. The third has not returned for reasons unrelated to the case, Spurlock said. The sheriff confirmed in the Sept. 17 news conference Askins was wanted for felony charges and likely gave officer multiple names to avoid being identified. Spurlock said they are still determining if the gun he attempted to use against officers was legally purchased. Court records show Askins was charged with a slew of felonies from El Paso County, including drug possession, felony menacing with a real or simulated weapon and sexual contact without consent, among others. The active warrants were for second-degree burglary and failure to appear in court, according to the sheriff's office. Three people — two women and a man — were in the truck with Askins but none were injured or charged with crimes related to this or other incidents. Some details in the case haven't been released yet because the investigation is on-going, Spurlock said, including names of the officers involved. The 18th Judicial District Attorney's Office is investigating the shooting to determine if officers were justified in using lethal force. Spurlock said his agency's investigation is being aided by the Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office. Donate to PoliceActivity: https://www.patreon.com/PoliceActivity Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PoliceActivity Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Police_Activity
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Robbery Suspect Gets Shot by Cop After Reaching For His Gun
 
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** (Disclaimer: This video content is intended for educational and informational purposes only) ** On March 16, 2019 at approximately 9:37 p.m., LVMPD Dispatch received a call of an armed robbery to a business located at 8010 S. Eastern Avenue. A male, later identified as 20-year-old Steven Aguirre, entered a business and robbed the employees at gunpoint. He then fled on foot carrying a cash register drawer. At approximately 10:17 p.m., officers located Aguirre at the corner of Fountain Heights Lane and Robindale Road. Officers issued verbal commands to Aguirre at gunpoint. The officers saw a firearm in a holster on his right hip and told Aguirre not to touch it. Officers commanded Aguirre to turn away from them and get down on his knees and he complied. As Aguirre was on the ground, he attempted to stand up and began pulling his firearm out of the holster. Officer Darko Milanovic fired one round, striking Aguirre. Officers approached and immediately rendered medical aid. Medical personnel were summoned, and Aguirre was transported to the hospital where he is in stable condition. Through the course of the investigation, detectives were able to determine that at approximately 9:58 p.m., Aguirre broke into a business at 2980 Robindale Road while in possession of a firearm. This is the 5th officer involved shooting of 2019. The LVMPD Force Investigation Team is conducting the investigation into the officers use of force in this incident. The findings will be forwarded to the Clark County District Attorney's Office for review. An examination of this incident is being conducted by the LVMPD's Critical Incident Review Team. This review will focus on policy, tactics and training as it relates to this use of force. Donate to PoliceActivity: https://www.patreon.com/PoliceActivity Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PoliceActivity Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Police_Activity
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Dashcam & Bodycam Footage of Police Shootout With Gang Member
 
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** (Disclaimer: This video content is intended for educational and informational purposes only) ** Los Angeles, California -- On July 27, 2018, around 10:15 p.m., uniformed officers assigned to Mission Patrol Division conducted an investigative vehicle stop in the 9000 block of Noble Avenue. The subject of the stop was later identified as Richard Mendoza. The officers approached Mendoza, who was the driver and sole occupant of his vehicle. Upon making contact, the officers verbally confirmed Mendoza was still on Federal Probation and requested he step out of the vehicle. When he did so, Mendoza produced a semiautomatic pistol and, without warning, began firing rounds at the officers, resulting in an Officer Involved Shooting. One officer was struck by one of the rounds fired by Mendoza. She received medical care at scene by Los Angeles Fire Department (LAFD) personnel and was transported to a local hospital where she was treated for a non-life threatening gunshot wound and is listed in stable condition. Mendoza was struck by gunfire. LAFD Rescue Ambulance transported Mendoza to a local hospital where he was treated for wounds and later pronounced dead. Officers located and recovered a .380 caliber semiautomatic pistol from the scene. Police have not released other details about why Mendoza was stopped, only saying he’s a documented gang member with prior convictions for narcotics sales and possession of a firearm by a felon. Over the next several months, LAPD will continue to investigate the use of force in the incident. Findings will be presented to the Board of Police Commissioners while representatives with the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office and Office of the Inspector General will also monitor the investigation. No other details were released by LAPD. Donate to PoliceActivity: https://www.patreon.com/PoliceActivity Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PoliceActivity Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Police_Activity
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Raw Videos in Fatal Chicago Police Shooting of Harith Augustus
 
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** (Disclaimer: This video content is intended for educational and informational purposes only) ** The Civilian Office of Police Accountability has released raw video footage of the fatal police shooting of Harith Augustus on July 14 in the city's South Shore neighborhood. Augustus, 37, was approached in the 2000-block of 71st Street by police who suspected he was carrying a firearm. The Chicago Police Department released a portion of one officer's body camera video of the incident, which ended with an officer shooting and killing Augustus. Augustus' stepfather was the only member of his family present, along with the attorney, at that viewing. The family's attorney spoke afterward. "It showed the police officers were there, they saw a young man coming and they start chasing for him for no obvious reason that we're aware of, and we'll keep looking into that as the lawyers in the case," said Standish Willis, attorney. Willis said they only saw surveillance video from near the scene. It was not immediately clear why they were not shown body cam video. In the days following the shooting, Chicago police released one piece of body cam footage that showed the deadly encounter. But the video had no audio and raised a number of questions. "I think as long as Rahm Emanuel is the mayor of this city we'll never have true transparency," said community organizer Will Calloway. "And if the city can selectively release edited video when it wants to within two days, it ought to be doing that for all videos in all instances," said Matt Topic, Loevy & Loevy. Days of protests followed the shooting. There were clashes between police and protesters and calls for COPA to release all available video. Donate to PoliceActivity: https://www.patreon.com/PoliceActivity Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PoliceActivity Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Police_Activity
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Dashcam Shows Shootout Between OHP Trooper and Pursuit Suspect
 
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** (Disclaimer: This video content is intended for educational and informational purposes only) ** The Oklahoma Highway Patrol released dashcam video of a trooper-involved shooting that happened in Woodward in August. According to reports, Trooper Austin Ellis attempted to initiate a traffic stop for a seat belt violation. That's when the driver, Arturo Ramirez, failed to yield. And instead of pulling over, Ramirez pulled into the parking lot of a Days Inn Hotel on Highway 183, where he opened fire on the trooper. Trooper Ellis was hit in the chest, but his vest stopped the bullet. Ramirez was shot once in the hand. From there, he drove off with the trooper in pursuit. In an effort to get away, Ramirez later reportedly crawled through the open garage door of a residence along Western Avenue, before allegedly breaking into an outbuilding. "A perimeter was established with cooperation from local law enforcement. And a suspect was apprehended by the Oklahoma Highway patrol,” Colonel Mike Harrell, with OHP, said. Ramirez was then taken into custody. And Trooper Ellis was taken by Air Evac to the OU Medical Center. “The bullet actually did not penetrate the body, but there was enough force inside the vest compartment that it caused that fractured rib,” Colonel Harrell said. Trooper Ellis suffered a fractured rib, and internal bleeding. He is out of the hospital now, but is still on leave. “I tell everybody almost every day, these guys are my heroes. They face an unknown danger every time they step outside that car,” Colonel Harrell said. Arturo Ramirez is facing several charges including shooting with intent to kill. Cell phone footage courtesy of Jared Kemp: https://youtu.be/raxYRkASmLQ Donate to PoliceActivity: https://www.patreon.com/PoliceActivity Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PoliceActivity Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Police_Activity
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Bodycam Shows Seattle Police Officers Fatally Shooting Homicide Suspect
 
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** (Disclaimer: This video content is intended for educational and informational purposes only) ** Seattle Police and the King County Sheriff’s Office are conducting separate investigations into an early-morning homicide, and subsequent officer-involved shooting, that occurred early Thursday morning in the Northgate neighborhood. At 3:25 AM, officers from the North Precinct were dispatched to a possible domestic violence incident at an apartment building in the 10500 block of Midvale Avenue North. Based on the information relayed to them from the SPD 911 Center and witnesses at the scene, the officers forced open the door of a third-floor apartment. As officers entered the apartment, they found a deceased woman inside. Two adults, a man and a woman, and two small children, a boy and a girl, were hiding in another room. Police then contacted a man armed with a large knife in a bedroom. Two officers engaged the suspect, ordering him to drop the knife. During the encounter the officers fired their service weapons, fatally striking the suspect. The officers were not injured. Body worn video from the two involved officers shows them forcing entry into the area of the apartment of the deceased and engaging the suspect. The officers escorted the uninjured adults and children out of the apartment. Seattle Fire responded but both the victim and the armed man were declared deceased at the scene. After the conclusion of the video, officers attempted life-saving measures on the suspect and rescued the family that had barricaded themselves in an adjacent room. Detectives from the Force Investigation Team, CSI, and Homicide responded, as well as representatives from the Office of Police Accountability and the Inspector General. Per the Department’s agreement with King County Sheriff’s Office (KCSO), and in line with Initiative 940, investigators from KCSO also responded to begin an independent investigation. This remains an active and on-going investigation. Donate to PoliceActivity: https://www.patreon.com/PoliceActivity Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PoliceActivity Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Police_Activity
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Bodycam Captures Fleeing Robbery Suspect Crashing Into Deputy's Vehicle
 
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** (Disclaimer: This video content is intended for educational and informational purposes only) ** Pasco Sheriff's Office News Release: "Yesterday, an individual committed a robbery by sudden snatching in the area of US 19 and Flora Avenue. As he was fleeing the robbery, the individual struck another vehicle and this crash was witnessed by Pasco Sheriff's deputies after which a short pursuit was initiated before being disengaged due to the suspect traveling at over 100 mph. Shortly after the pursuit was discontinued, the suspect lost control of his vehicle as he continued heading northbound on US 19 and struck Deputy Henrici's vehicle at approximately 70 mph. This crash is captured in the below body worn camera footage and again highlights the dangers our deputies face every shift. The suspect fled the scene on foot and was apprehended shortly after. Thankfully, Deputy Henrici and the suspect suffered only minor injuries." Donate to PoliceActivity: https://www.patreon.com/PoliceActivity Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PoliceActivity Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Police_Activity
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Raw Police Dashcam Video Shows Suspect Trying To Kill Officer
 
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** (Disclaimer: This video content is intended for educational and informational purposes only) ** Video from a squad car showing a vicious attack on a Brooklyn Park police officer last November is now public. It reveals a desperate struggle to survive as a man wanted on an outstanding felony warrant grabs for the officer’s gun. The video released Thursday captures the officer’s screams for help as 25-year-old Lance Carr begins punching, choking and wrestling with officer Sean Hyman. Hennepin County jurors watched the compelling video and convicted Carr of felony assault of a police officer. Just minutes after officer Sean Hyman stopped a white car on a noise complaint, he learns the driver, Carr, is wanted on a felony theft warrant. “He asked Carr to step out of the vehicle and place his hands behind his back,” Brooklyn Park Police Chief Chief Craig Enevoldsen said. But when officer Hyman attempts the arrest, trouble begins. Carr suddenly turns and repeatedly punches Hyman. The two lock in a struggle and fall to the ground. “At that point I think he (Hyman) knows or determines that this is a fight for his life,” Enevoldsen said. On Thursday, law enforcement released the nine-minute video to show the public why no police officer’s stop is ever routine. Officer Hyman is on patrol alone that night and begins screaming help. At that point, neighbors hear his screams and call 911 for police backup. You can hear citizens screaming at Carr to get off the officer, but to no avail. “Had officer Hyman not done some of the things he had done to get additional help, I think this ends much differently,” Enevoldsen said. But before that help arrives, Hyman fires his gun but misses Carr. There’s a struggle for Hyman’s pistol, and he ejects the magazine, rendering it unable to fire additional rounds. Finally, three minutes after the struggle begins, sirens are heard and backup arrives. But even then, Carr doesn’t stop his assault of Hyman. It took a shot fired from a police officer’s Taser gun and the tackling of three other officers to do that. “This could have had a very different outcome if the officers had not arrived when they did and/or the citizens had not intervened how they chose to intervene that night,” Hennepin County Sheriff Rich Stanek said. Officer Hyman was off the job for 16 days after the incident – he’s now back on patrol. Sentencing for Lance Carr will be June 17, where he could face a penalty of between 10 to 20 years for the first-degree felony assault of officer Hyman. Donate to PoliceActivity: https://www.patreon.com/PoliceActivity Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PoliceActivity Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Police_Activity
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Bodycam Show Police K9 Catches Wanted Armed Robbery Suspect
 
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** (Disclaimer: This video content is intended for educational and informational purposes only) ** On Saturday, September 29, 2018, MCSO K-9 Deputy Matthew Hooper and his K-9 partner "Rambo" responded to 585 NW 57th Avenue in reference to locating a man wanted for committing an armed robbery in the city of Ocala, Florida. On June 2, 2018 defendant Andre Baker (DOB: 12/31/1988) robbed a couple of $40.00 and a .22 caliber handgun at gunpoint, and after their investigation, the Ocala Police Department issued a warrant for his arrest. Baker has fled from law enforcement before...He even told witnesses that he would flee from law enforcement by running into the woods. Knowing this, Deputy Hooper and Rambo took a position in the woods behind the house Baker was staying in. When two other deputies went to the front door of the home to ask Baker to come out of the house, Baker ran out the back door, where Deputy Hooper and Rambo were waiting. Baker ignored K-9 warnings and Deputy Hooper deployed Rambo to apprehend the suspect. Rambo jumped over three fences and quickly captured Baker after a short pursuit. Baker was treated for minor injuries that he sustained by Rambo's bite, and he was arrested and transported to the Marion County Jail. Baker's been charged with Resisting without Violence for this incident, and OPD's warrants for Robbery with a Firearm, Grand Theft of a Firearm and Possession of a Weapon by a Convicted Felon were successfully served. Donate to PoliceActivity: https://www.patreon.com/PoliceActivity Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PoliceActivity Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Police_Activity
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Woman With Baby Leads Police on Wild Car Chase Before Crashing
 
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** (Disclaimer: This video content is intended for educational and informational purposes only) ** The Texas Department of Public Safety released new video of a woman who crashed her car during a high-speed chase and then attempting to flee on foot with her baby leading authorities on a chase that happened in June. The woman was charged with child endangerment, possession of a controlled substance and evading arrest. News Articles on this story: https://www.ksat.com/news/wild-video-shows-woman-crash-car-following-chase-take-off-with-baby-in-carrier https://www.kens5.com/article/news/crime/video-woman-chased-by-police-takes-off-on-foot-with-baby-after-crashing-car/273-590474541 https://dfw.cbslocal.com/2018/09/03/texas-woman-police-chase-100mph-baby-in-suv/ Donate to PoliceActivity: https://www.patreon.com/PoliceActivity Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PoliceActivity Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Police_Activity
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Man Gets Fatally Shot After Firing Gun at Rochester Police
 
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** (Disclaimer: This video content is intended for educational and informational purposes only) ** Rochester, New Hampshire -- Officials at the Attorney General’s Office have concluded police used reasonable force when they shot and killed a man after a high-speed chase in Rochester this summer. Douglas Heath, 38, was shot up to 15 times after he pulled a stolen semiautomatic pistol on police and began firing the afternoon of Aug. 20. On Thursday afternoon, Senior Assistant Attorney General Peter Hinckley went through an hour-long presentation detailing the results of their investigation during a press briefing at Rochester City Hall. He was joined by Attorney General Gordon MacDonald, State Police Col. Christopher Wagner, Rochester Police Chief Paul Toussaint and state troopers. Hinckley released the 43-page report he compiled and shared three videos which captured the incident. Two were from Rochester police vehicle cameras and one was taken by a private citizen. The report says Rochester police initially learned about Heath and the two warrants out for his arrest on Aug. 15. Detective Geoff Moore wrote an officer safety briefing form to notify fellow officers. The form said Heath may be in possession of three firearms and “he has no intention of going to jail.” On Aug. 18, Moore spotted Heath get into a white Cadillac SUV in Rochester and police officers tried to stop him, but according to the report, he sped away. Moore passed Heath driving the same SUV two days later on Aug. 20 just before 3 p.m. Moore radioed for assistance from Rochester police and state police. Officers were warned Heath may be armed. Trooper Haden Wilber was one of the state police officers who responded to Moore’s call for backup. Wilber was familiar with Heath’s name and had reason to believe he frequently was at the Riviera Motel located on Route 125 in Rochester, the report says. When Wilber pulled into the parking lot of the motel Heath was there in his vehicle. Heath took off and a police pursuit began. Heath crashed two miles north at the Oak Street intersection. Hinckley said they determined he was traveling about 70 miles an hour seconds before he lost control of the SUV. “The posted speed limit for this area is 35 miles per hour,” Hinckley said Thursday as he showed media and members of the public in attendance of the briefing an aerial photo taken by state police after the shooting. Hinckley said Wilber, Rochester Police Officer Michael Lambert and Trooper Nathaniel Goodwin arrived at the crash scene seconds after the crash. There were several private citizens who were stopped at the intersection. “Mr. Heath left the SUV through the front passenger door and he fell to the ground. Mr. Heath held in his left hand a loaded semiautomatic pistol. Within seconds of Mr. Heath getting out of that crashed SUV, and despite commands from Officer Lambert to drop his weapon, Mr. Heath pulled back on the slide of the pistol that he held,” Hinckley said. Heath fired a shot. When Heath fired a second time two seconds later, his pistol was pointed in the direction of Lambert, Goodwin and at least one private citizen, which can be seen on two of the videos. When a third shot hit the roof of a pickup truck being driven by a bystander, Lambert, Goodwin and Wilber fired their weapons at Heath. Moore also fired at Heath after seeing him shooting in his direction when he arrived on scene. A total of 30 shots were fired, according to the report. Heath was struck at close range when he shot himself in the face while rolling on the ground. It took seconds to minutes for him to die, Hinckley said. At the time of his death, Heath had fentanyl, amphetamine and methamphetamine in his system, Hinckley said. While watching the police and cellphone videos, 20-year-old Skyeann Sullivan of Rochester began to cry. She said after the briefing Heath took care of her and her siblings before he got involved in drugs and she considered him her father. “I just want everybody to realize that’s what drugs do to you. He wasn’t like that beforehand. And even on drugs, he was still a nice person. He just didn’t know what to do with himself anymore,” Sullivan said. Sullivan said she appeared at the briefing because she wanted to stand up for Heath and her family while getting closure through hearing from officials. Wagner and Toussaint both offered Sullivan their condolences before the briefing ended. “On behalf of the Rochester Police Department, we offer our sincere condolences,” Toussaint said. “In particular, we admire your strength.” The full AG's report can be viewed here: https://www.doj.nh.gov/media-center/video/documents/20181004-rochester-report.pdf Donate to PoliceActivity: https://www.patreon.com/PoliceActivity Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PoliceActivity Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Police_Activity
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Citizen Helps Police Officer Detain Fleeing Suspect
 
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** (Disclaimer: Video posted strictly for educational and information purposes only) ** 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. Donate to PoliceActivity: https://www.patreon.com/PoliceActivity Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PoliceActivity Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Police_Activity
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Police Confronts Reporters Seeking Interview at Rape Victim's House
 
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** (Disclaimer: This video content is intended for educational and informational purposes only) ** News Channel 5 Cleveland dispatched two reporters to the house of a rape victim on June 26th. They sought to interview her after the arrest of her rapist, who committed a particularly brutal attack. She didn't welcome the arrival of TV news media at her house and called the cops in Newburgh Heights. Police Chief John T. Majoy on Sunday posted to Facebook the body cam video of his interaction with the reporters from Channel 5 at the scene. "So News 5 shows up to the house of a rape victim," Majoy said in the video, before asking them why, noting that he's never in his two decade-plus career had a news station show up at the house of a rape victim, and asking them which of their managers gave them the assignment. He tells them they're on body camera and that he will be sharing the video publicly. "I'm without words, extreme displeasure," Majoy said. The video was posted and quickly drew a predictable response from online commenters who joined in lambasting the media and, as Channel 5 news director Jeff Harris would later tell Chief Majoy, making threats. It was removed from Facebook earlier this week and replaced with a message from the chief. Multiple sources have told Scene that two assigning editors at the station have been fired over the incident. Jeff Harris didn't respond to a request for comment. Majoy, in a conversation Friday afternoon with Scene, defended his actions, though he said he recommended a simple reprimand for the employees, not a dismissal. "I'm sorry to hear [they were fired]," he said. Asked about the public purpose of sharing the video, especially in a climate where journalists face very real online and in-person threats, Majoy it wasn't about public shaming. "The public purpose is a greater awareness to let everyone know that the victim of a crime should not be subjected to that type of behavior," he said. "She called the police. She was afraid. That's why we were there. There's a lapse in judgment on their part. If they would have contacted us and said they were interested in talking to the victim — some victims may want to share their story — we could have tried to bridge that gap. I think that would have been a more appropriate way." Asked if a direct line of private communication between his office and Channel 5 would have been a more appropriate way for him to handle his side of the situation, Majoy defended his actions. "No," he said. Majoy did emphasize that it was disturbing that anyone crossed a line with online threats toward the station. News Director Jeff Harris is actually on his way out of the gig for unrelated reasons. He's taken a job as News Director for CBS WBBM in Chicago. Donate to PoliceActivity: https://www.patreon.com/PoliceActivity Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PoliceActivity Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Police_Activity
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Chicago Police Shoot Suspect After He Points Gun At Officers
 
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** (Disclaimer: This video content is intended for educational and informational purposes only) ** The Civilian Office of Police Accountability released video of a Chicago police shooting in May in the city's Austin neighborhood Wednesday night. Chicago police 15th District officers were alerted to shots fired detected by ShotSpotter technology in the 5200-block of West Ohio Street shortly before 3 a.m. on May 26. When officers arrived on the scene, they saw two men sitting on a porch outside. Police said when officers tried to approach the two and ask them about the shots fired, one of the men took off running. He ran down an alley and apparently fell. That's when police said he grabbed a handgun from his waistband and pointed it at the cops and they opened fire. Juan Mendez was shot and critically injured, but survived. He was charged with assaulting an officer. Donate to PoliceActivity: https://www.patreon.com/PoliceActivity Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PoliceActivity Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Police_Activity
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Bodycam Shows Police Successfully Disarm Knife Wielding Man
 
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** (Disclaimer: This video content is intended for educational and informational purposes only) ** The body camera of a Miami-Dade Police officer captured a tense standoff in November that could have turned deadly for one knife-wielding man. Several officers responded to a residential area of Southwest Miami-Dade, Nov. 15, after a man called 911 threatening to kill police officers. “He’s reaching for something, put it down,” one officer is heard saying as he spots the man from his car. “Put it down. Put it down. You don’t what to get hurt.” The dramatic video released on Wednesday shows officers pleading with a man, who, police believe, was trying to commit suicide by cop. The video shows the man — who will not be identified due to the fact that he suffers from mental issues — standing in the middle of a road holding a knife. Officers surrounded the man, pleading with him to put the knife down. “Put it down, put it down,” the officer wearing the body camera repeatedly said. “You don’t want to get hurt.” He pleaded again with the man, “Sir, listen to me. Put the knife down. We don’t want to hurt you.” Police tried to end the situation without taking the man’s life. The video shows the first-person perspective of the officer pointing his Taser at the man and continue to plead with him. Another officer across the street, with a gun pointed at the suspect, tells bystanders to move away. “Crossfire — get out of the way,” he said. The officers told the man to relax and asked him to talk to them. The suspect, who police believe is an ex-Marine, then tells the officers, “Shoot, shoot.” He told them that he is a father, and then threatened the officer who had a Taser. “I’m a father,” he says, before threatening the officer. “If you keep coming closer you’ll get it. I got a second when it hits me to come back to you. I’ve been shot before.” The officer wearing the body camera then takes a step forward and shoots the man with his Taser. “Check him, check him,” the officer said, after the man fell to the ground. Police took the man into custody and transported him to a hospital for mental health treatment. In his initial call to 911, he told police he was depressed. MDPD officers began wearing the body cameras in May. Now, more than 1,000 officers wear them. Donate to PoliceActivity: https://www.patreon.com/PoliceActivity Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PoliceActivity Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Police_Activity
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Woman Ejected After Her SUV Rolls Over During Intense Police Chase
 
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** (Disclaimer: This video content is intended for educational and informational purposes only) ** Dash cam footage released Thursday by the Florence County Sheriff’s Office reportedly shows a woman’s attempt to flee from deputies who were attempting a traffic stop. The woman’s SUV makes contact with several cruisers before she loses control of the car, rolling it over multiple times before being ejected. The incident occurred on July 12 when deputies attempted to stop the driver, identified as 22-year-old Brittany Nicole Jeffords, for a traffic violation on North Cashua Street, but she refused to stop, according to information from Deputy Chief Glenn Kirby with the Florence County Sheriff’s Office. At one point, the suspect stopped the vehicle in a parking lot where a man exited the car and was arrested by deputies before she sped off, officials say. The chase continued onto Black Creek Road and the TV Road area where it ended when Jeffords flipped the SUV and was ejected from the car. She was transported by Florence County EMS to a local hospital. Jeffords appeared in court on Tuesday. Online records show she is charged with two counts of failure to appear, driving under suspension and failure to stop for a blue light. She is being held at the Florence County Detention Center on $3,650.50 bond. Donate to PoliceActivity: https://www.patreon.com/PoliceActivity Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PoliceActivity Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Police_Activity
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Police Fatally Shoot Suspect After Dragging Cop By The Leg
 
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** (Disclaimer: Video posted strictly for educational and information purposes only) ** The Broward Sheriff's office released bodycam video which shows a Lauderdale Lakes man fighting with a Broward Sheriff’s deputy before a second deputy fatally shoots him. The suspect, Jean Pedro Pierre, died at Broward Health Medical Center. News Articles on this story: https://www.kansascity.com/news/nation-world/article189126534.html https://www.miamiherald.com/news/local/community/broward/article188909469.html https://miami.cbslocal.com/2017/12/20/man-killed-deputy-involved/ Donate to PoliceActivity: https://www.patreon.com/PoliceActivity Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PoliceActivity Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Police_Activity
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Bodycam Footage of Cincinnati Police Fatally Shooting Omar Perez
 
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** (Disclaimer: This video content is intended for educational and informational purposes only) ** Cincinnati police released body camera and security camera video footage showing the harrowing moment when officers shot and killed a gunman who opened fire on a downtown bank on Thursday morning. Surveillance video from the Fifth Third Bank headquarters near the city's Fountain Square shows the gunman, identified by police as 29-year-old Omar Perez from Northbend, Ohio, walking methodically through the building. Perez, wearing a long-sleeved shirt, pants and a shoulder bag, could be seen behind the security turnstile, pointing his gun forward. In one clip, a security officer could seen helping a man off the ground and to safety before Perez walks by moments later. Isaac described the security guard's actions as "heroic." The gunman could be seen taking "shots at anyone he sees," Cincinnati Police Chief Eliot Isaac said in a press conference Friday. Later, when Perez appears to see the officers approaching, he turns to run away but is propelled forward after he is struck by gunfire. Isaac also played body camera footage from two of the officers who engaged the suspect and 911 calls reporting the shooting. Officers approaching the building could hear multiple gunshots ringing out, which "enabled the officers to pinpoint the shooter's location," Isaac said. As the officers ran toward the building, they spotted the gunman "actively firing shots in the first-floor lobby," the police chief said. Four officers then engaged the subject, shooting him through the glass window, Isaac said. The officers fired 11 rounds, eight from 9 mm handguns, two rounds from a shotgun and 1 round from a rifle, Isaac said. By the time one officer cracked open the door to the lobby, the gunman was on the ground, the body camera footage shows. The officers then entered the building, subdued the suspect and began to render aid to the victims, Isaac said. In a 911 call, a woman can be heard telling an emergency dispatcher that she's locked in a bathroom with others. The emergency dispatcher tells her to stay there and wait for officers, who were already on the scene. The 911 center received "hundreds of calls" reporting the shooting, the emergency dispatcher said. Three people were killed and two injured in the shooting. The injured are still being treated in the hospital, Isaac said. Perez arrived at the location in his own vehicle and parked his car on a nearby street, Isaac said. He then entered through the side of the building and opened fire before continuing into the lobby are and firing more shots, Isaac said. About 4 minutes, 28 seconds passed between when Perez fired his first shot and he was stopped by officers, Isaac said. Emergency dispatcher received the first 911 call about 55 seconds after Perez fired the first shot, Isaac said. Fire personnel determined Perez dead at the scene, the police chief said. Coroners will determine how many times he was struck be police gunfire. Perez was armed with a Taurus 9mm semi-automatic handgun, which was legally purchased from a Cincinnati gun store in August, Isaac said. He fired 35 rounds during the shooting, but while exchanging gunfire with police, his firearm malfunctioned and jammed, according to the police chief. Perez had about 200 rounds of extra ammunition in the briefcase he was carrying, Isaac said. Investigators have not yet determined a motive for the shooting. Police believe he may have been trying to eventually make his way to the federal courthouse. Perez was not a current or former employee of the bank, Isaac said at a press conference Thursday. He had been living in Cincinnati since 2015 at seven different addresses, Isaac said. He had been issued several citations in the area but did not have a local criminal history. Perez also has a "brief criminal history" in South Carolina and Palm Beach, Florida, Isaac said. Court documents show that Perez filed two lawsuits against NBC Universal, Inc. and CNBC Universal Media in the Southern District of Ohio earlier this year, alleging that the oranizations used his cell phone harvest and broadcast his personal information. No such broadcasts appear to have been aired, ABC Cincinnati station WCPO reported. Donate to PoliceActivity: https://www.patreon.com/PoliceActivity Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PoliceActivity Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Police_Activity
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Bodycam Shows Pasco County Deputy Save Man From Drowning
 
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** (Disclaimer: This video content is intended for educational and informational purposes only) ** A Pasco County deputy was fast on his feet in an attempt to save a man from drowning. Deputy Taylor Grant was responded to a drowning call in the area of Green Key Road in Holiday at about 8 a.m. Thursday, according to the sheriff's office. The 51-year-old victim was five acres away and a 10-foot security fence was standing in between them. But Grant managed to scale the fence and ran to the man in time to save his life, authorities said. Body cam video shows a woman yelling for help as she tries to hold the man, who is trapped in between a seawall and a floating walkway, above the water. Within seconds, Grant pulls the man from the water and starts performing CPR. The man was rushed to North Bay Hospital where he remains in critical condition and will be intubated for an unknown amount of time, according to hospital officials. Donate to PoliceActivity: https://www.patreon.com/PoliceActivity Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PoliceActivity Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Police_Activity
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Seattle Police Bodycam Video Of Officer-Involved Shooting 2/19/2018
 
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** (Disclaimer: This video content is intended for educational and informational purposes only) ** New video has been released of a fatal officer-involved shooting in Seattle's Bryant neighborhood early Monday morning. The video show officers catch the suspect of a car prowl then repeatedly yelled warnings at the suspect to "stop reaching" but he continues to rummage in the back seat. Finally, several shots are fired. Police also released a photo of a gun recovered at the scene. According to Detective Mark Jamieson with the Seattle Police Department, the encounter started when officers were called to the 6000 block of 34th Avenue NE around 4:20 a.m. Monday for the report of someone breaking into vehicles. When officers arrived, the suspect fled from inside the vehicle and police gave chase. During the pursuit, the suspect fired a shot at officers and one officer returned fire, but Detective Jamieson says officials do not believe the suspect was struck and no officers were injured.As more officers arrived, neighbors started calling police about possible suspect sightings. Detective Jamieson says one of those calls was about a man breaking into a home and stealing a vehicle at gunpoint on the 6000 block of 27th NE. The suspect was in the stolen vehicle when he crashed near Northeast 55th Street and 26th Avenue Northeast. The suspect was shot and killed as officers attempted to apprehend the man after the crash, according to Detective Jamieson. No officers were injured. Donate to PoliceActivity: https://www.patreon.com/PoliceActivity Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PoliceActivity Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Police_Activity
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Bodycam Footage of LAPD Officers Shooting Knife-Wielding Man
 
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** (Disclaimer: This video content is intended for educational and informational purposes only) ** On June 20, 2018, around 10:39 p.m., Devonshire Patrol Division uniformed officers responded to an ambulance cutting radio call at a residence in the 20000 block of Sardinia Way in Porter Ranch. The comments of the call indicated that a female victim was outside and had been stabbed by her husband. As the officers arrived, they observed the victim on the ground, surrounded by community members who were providing her with aid. The officers' attention was then drawn to a male suspect, later identified as Alen Alpanian, who was standing outside the front door of the residence holding a kitchen type knife. The officers ordered Alpanian to drop the knife; however, he walked away from the front door of the residence toward the officers, still holding the large kitchen knife. The officers continued to give commands to Alpanian to drop the knife, but he failed to comply and began to cross the street toward the officers. The officers deployed two Bean Bag shotguns, followed by two TASER activations, which proved to be ineffective. Alpanian continued to walk toward the officers while holding the knife, which resulted in an Officer-Involved Shooting. Alpanian was struck by gunfire and transported to a local hospital, where he was treated and listed in stable condition. The female victim was also transported to a local hospital, underwent surgery for her stab wounds and was also listed in critical yet stable condition. No officers were injured during the incident and an 8" kitchen knife was recovered at scene. Force Investigation Division detectives responded to the scene to handle the administrative and criminal investigations. The complete investigation will be reviewed by the Chief of Police and the Board of Police Commissioners and the Office of the Inspector General to determine the thoroughness and accuracy of the investigation and whether the use of deadly force complied with LAPD's policies and procedures. Additionally, representatives from the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office who responded to the scene will review the subsequent FID investigation; evidence collected and witness statements to determine if the force used by the officers(s) was reasonable. Donate to PoliceActivity: https://www.patreon.com/PoliceActivity Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PoliceActivity Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Police_Activity
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Dashcam Captures Intense Police Shootout in Tontitown, Arkansas
 
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** (Disclaimer: This video content is intended for educational and informational purposes only) ** "On November 11, 2018 at approximately 12:43 p.m., Washington County Corporal Brett Thompson initiated a traffic stop on the driver of a vehicle (green Saturn), traveling northbound on S. Barrington Road near Steele Road in Tontitown, for a traffic violation. The driver refused to stop, then turned eastbound onto Steele Road, slowed down, but continued driving. Corporal Thompson could see the driver moving around in the seat, and could see there was a passenger with him as well. The driver of the vehicle eventually stopped on Steele Road. When Corporal Thompson exited his vehicle, the driver immediately opened his car door and began shooting at Corporal Thompson. Corporal Thompson returned fire and numerous rounds were exchanged before the suspect jumped back into his vehicle and took off, eastbound on Steele Road. He traveled a short distance, stopped and let a female passenger out of the vehicle, then took off again. A Be On the Lookout (BOLO) was issued for the suspect and vehicle. A Springdale Police officer located the vehicle on 71B near Shady Grove Road in Springdale, where shots were exchanged again. The suspect was pursued into Fayetteville, where Fayetteville Police and Arkansas State Police joined the pursuit. The suspect traveled back into Springdale, where he was eventually stopped at Don Tyson and S. Thompson and arrested by Springdale Police Officers. When the suspect, identified as Luis COBOS-CENOBIO, H/M, 29, was arrested, he had a wound to the left arm/shoulder. Springdale Police transported him to Northwest Medical Center, where he was treated and released into their custody. No officers or deputies were injured in the incident. Arkansas State Police will be investigating the officer involved shooting." - News release issued about the incident by Washington County Sheriff's Office. News Articles on this story: https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2018/nov/19/luis-cobos-cenobio-illegal-immigrant-arkansas-poli/ https://www.foxnews.com/us/dashcam-video-shows-moment-illegal-immigrant-suspect-opens-fire-on-arkansas-police-officer https://abcnews.go.com/US/dramatic-exchange-gunfire-sheriffs-deputy-suspect-caught-video/story?id=59192657 Donate to PoliceActivity: https://www.patreon.com/PoliceActivity Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PoliceActivity Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Police_Activity
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Dashcam Shows Student Juggles to Prove Sobriety to Police
 
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** (Disclaimer: This video content is intended for educational and informational purposes only) ** Dash cam and body cam video made public by university police shows student Blayk Puckett being pulled over for a broken taillight. Police also noticed that he had a magic kit in his pocket by the driver whose license plate reads "JUGGLER." During the traffic stop, Police asked Puckett what was in one of his pockets, which turned out to be some of his magic equipment. Puckett offered to perform a juggling trick for officers, who caught the moment on cell phone camera. News Articles on this story: https://www.daytondailynews.com/lifestyles/watch-inventive-college-student-juggles-his-way-out-dui/ofEY8xLqlKMnZhfrz0mY9L/ https://www.thv11.com/article/news/local/uca-student-uses-juggling-skills-to-prove-sobriety-during-traffic-stop/420641388 https://www.cosmopolitan.com/college/a9108656/blayk-puckett-juggler-sobriety-test/ Donate to PoliceActivity: https://www.patreon.com/PoliceActivity Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PoliceActivity Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Police_Activity
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Bodycam Footage of Fatal Police Shooting in Fresno, California (WARNING - GRAPHIC CONTENT)
 
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** (Disclaimer: This video content is intended for educational and informational purposes only) ** Fresno Police body camera video shows the shooting of 34-year-old Raymond Gonzalez who was shot during a police chase in 2016. Federal civil rights lawsuits have failed so far, but both families are hoping new video will make the case for them. Raymond Angel Gonzalez ran away when he saw Fresno Police in March 2016. Officer Zeb Price's body camera video shows the foot chase culminating in an alley when Gonzalez tossed away a gun but fell to the ground right near where it landed. Gonzalez touched it a couple of times before rolling over onto his stomach, as ordered. When he spun back around, Officer Price fired a fatal shot. Gonzalez's family sued the city over the shooting, but a federal judge threw it out. "Everyone in this case who has reviewed has determined the actions of the officers were reasonable and justified under the law," said Fresno Police Chief Jerry Dyer. The judge's ruling motivated the family to go public with the video, and a bit of history. Six months before he killed Gonzalez, Officer Price was one of two officers who shot and killed Freddy Centeno. Chief Jerry Dyer released body cam video of the shooting of Centeno in March 2016, the day after Price shot Gonzalez. "This one officer killed my brother, Freddy Centeno, and Angel Gonzalez, within six months," said Rogelio Centeno. "It's not normal." Centeno's family also had their case dismissed in federal court, but a state lawsuit is still active. Both families have the same lawyer who says the city's legal maneuvering is denying them justice. "Let the jury decided was it excessive force, was it unreasonable what the officer did," said the families' attorney, Humberto Guizar. "Why don't they want to go to a jury? Why are they scared of a jury?" Both families are appealing their losses in court. Officer Price is now a sergeant at the department. News Articles on this story: https://abc30.com/fresno-police-body-camera-shows-deadly-shooting/5148052/ https://web.facebook.com/CorinHoggardABC30/videos/229918324491738/ https://abc30.com/1260183/?fbclid=IwAR239_XIZMLYKOJp3_JjEYRqSHjZpMcrFy2NCc7EVDiDT2yEFz1CsRqdI1g https://www.fresnobee.com/news/local/crime/article68036527.html Donate to PoliceActivity: https://www.patreon.com/PoliceActivity Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PoliceActivity Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Police_Activity
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Dashcam Shows Trooper Chasing Down Driver Who Hit Her Patrol Car
 
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** (Disclaimer: This video content is intended for educational and informational purposes only) ** Florida Highway Patrol has released dash camera footage of a Trooper apprehending a suspect after he intentionally struck her patrol car with his vehicle, then led her on a high-speed chase through bumper-to-bumper traffic on the Florida Turnpike. On April 24, 2018, Trooper Vanessa Franceschi was conducting a traffic stop when the unidentified suspect drove his Honda Civic into the rear of her patrol car. Trooper Franceschi pursued the Honda as the driver sped down the emergency lane and the shoulder of the highway, past thick traffic. The Trooper was able to conduct a Pursuit Intervention Technique (PIT), pushing the Honda into a wall and making it impossible for the suspect to escape. According to the arrest report, the driver, identified as Raumel Quntero, mentioned he intentionally struck Franceschi's patrol car. Trooper Franceschi sustained minor injuries following the crash. No other motorists were harmed. The suspect was charged with Aggravated Battery on a Law Enforcement Officer, Felony Fleeing and Eluding and Leaving the Scene of a Crash with Injuries. Donate to PoliceActivity: https://www.patreon.com/PoliceActivity Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PoliceActivity Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Police_Activity
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Bodycam Shows Police Shootout During Instagram Livestream
 
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** (Disclaimer: This video content is intended for educational and informational purposes only) ** Body camera video from a deputy-involved shooting in Windermere on Wednesday night shows the second shots were fired by both the suspect and officials from the Orange County Sheriff's Office. Deputies said suspect Laforest Gray Jr., 23, fired shots at them first before they fired multiple rounds. No one was shot. Gray has been charged with attempted first-degree murder on a law enforcement officer and resisting arrest. Gray can be seen holding up his phone in the video to record the deputies on Instagram Live while standing in the detached parking garage of the Citra at Windermere apartments. Gray can be heard yelling to his wife to "come here" while standing to the side behind the open door of a yellow Chevrolet Camaro. Authorities said witnesses saw Gray pull his wife out a car by her hair, punch her and drag her through the parking lot. Gray's wife believes there was no reason for authorities to get involved. "I told police to leave," she said. "Everything is fine, every couple argues. Stay out of our business. There was no need for police to be there." In the video, Gray's wife can be seen standing in between him and authorities until a deputy comes up to her and grabs her arm. She stands still for a few seconds until she appears to be pulled out of the garage and Gray's direct view. "Get your hands off her," Gray can be heard saying. "Get your (expletive) hands off her." A few seconds after his wife is pulled out of the garage, shots are fired. Gray can be seen pulling a silver object out from his side, behind the car door, and then pointing it at a deputy while gunfire is heard. An OCSO report states that Gray's wife was heard saying, "Don't get the gun" and "Put the gun away." She said these pleas were not intended for Gray and instead were aimed at the deputies at the scene. "I just want to go ahead and say that my husband didn't shoot," she said. "I don't believe he ever shot." Gray's wife said he may have been holding a garage door clicker, which is why she believes he reached into the car. Though Gray was not shot by deputies, he was subdued after being bitten by a K-9. His wife is upset at what she said was a big misunderstanding. "If police would have just left when I asked them to, because that's our business, everything would have been fine," she said. "It's really stressful to have to watch, to be pulled out of the garage and have to watch my husband be attacked by, like, 10 police officers and then a K-9 and them carry him past me by his arms and legs, with his stomach on the ground." Authorities are actively investigating the shooting. Donate to PoliceActivity: https://www.patreon.com/PoliceActivity Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PoliceActivity Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Police_Activity
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Woman Calls 911 and Then Threatens and Throws Rock at Officer
 
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** (Disclaimer: This video content is intended for educational and informational purposes only) ** On December 11, 2018 around 6:47 PM, Cape Coral Police responded to a call for service at the 500 block of Cape Coral Pkwy E in reference to a report of an individual requesting an ambulance. The individual called into 9-1-1 but did not provide much more detail. The 9-1-1 caller was later identified as Jessica C. Blick (W/F, DOB: 08/01/1981, 3518 SE 17th Ave). Blick was eventually determined to be at 340 Cape Coral Parkway E (Family Dollar) walking on the sidewalk with a large piece of concrete in one of her hands and the other holding a cellular telephone. The first officer on scene made contact with Blick trying to talk to her to determine if she was the one who had called 9-1-1. As the officer spoke to Blick she continued to move around and did not answer the officer. Concerned for Blick’s welfare the officer continued to try to communicate and directed her numerous times to drop the “rock”. Blick continued to disregard the officer and was able to see another officer approaching her from behind. Blick then drew back the piece of concrete like she was going to throw it at the first officer while saying that she was going to kill him. The first officer ducked away as the second officer moved up and Blick ran into the roadway of Cape Coral Pkwy E. The first officer drew his TASER and discharged both cartridges in an attempt to gain control but the probes missed Blick. She went back onto the sidewalk and drew back the piece of concrete again but this time actually threw it at the second officer. The piece of concrete struck the second officer in the shoulder. That officer ran toward Blick and was able to force her to the ground and into some nearby bushes. Blick continued to resist officers from taking her into custody by pulling and twisting away from both officers. Eventually, officers were able to subdue Blick and secure her in handcuffs. After Blick was secured in handcuffs, she rolled over and kicked the original officer in the thigh and groin. Blick continued to kick at the officer to which the other officer utilized his O.C. spray to gain her compliance to stop acting in an aggressive manner. After the O.C. spray was deployed, Blick's aggression stopped almost immediately. Blick was transported to a local hospital by request of officers. Blick was arrested and charged with Aggravated Assault on a LEO, Battery on a LEO, and Resisting Arrest with Violence. She was later transferred to Lee County Jail. Donate to PoliceActivity: https://www.patreon.com/PoliceActivity Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PoliceActivity Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Police_Activity
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