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Read more: 🤍 The Raleigh Police Department released police officers’ body camera video Dec. 1, 2022, showing the confrontation between police and the 15-year-old suspect hours after seven people were shot in the mass shootings in the Hedingham neighborhood Oct. 13. More from The News & Observer: Subscribe: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Website: 🤍 Digital news subscription: 🤍
(Disclaimer: This video content is intended for educational and informational purposes only) Police got a frantic phone call about a man pledging his allegiance to ISIS, but it turned out to be a misunderstanding. It happened Wednesday evening at the Fairfield Inn and Suites on Colorado Avenue in Avon. A desk clerk called her sister to say there was man in the lobby in what she called “in full head dress with multiple disposable phones pledging his allegiance to ISIS." The clerk's father also called police. "She's in the back. I have the text. She says she's terrified," the clerk's dad told dispatchers. Officers rushed to the hotel and found the man speaking Arabic just outside the front door. He was wearing a long white rob and holding a cell phone. Police had guns drawn as they demanded he put down the phone, according to the department. Initially, he didn't comply, but eventually dropped it. He got down on the ground, where he was placed in handcuffs. No weapon was found. Avon police said the man did not make any statements related to ISIS. Officers decided there was a miscommunication between the hotel clerk and her relatives. The man was taken out of handcuffs and officers tried to explained what happened. He ended up collapsing, but paramedics were already there and treated him for a panic attack. He was taken to a local hospital as a precaution. The Avon Police Department is still investigating what happened in the hotel. Once that's complete, they'll send the findings to the prosecutor's office. Donate to PoliceActivity: 🤍 Like us on Facebook: 🤍 Follow us on Twitter: 🤍
A collection of the top police bodycam and dashcam moments from recent months. This compilation includes bad drivers causing car crashes, a hit and run, along with criminal pursuits from official police cameras. #Police #Bodycam #Dashcam Watch Law&Crime Network NOW on YouTubeTV! 🤍 OTHER WAYS TO WATCH LAW&CRIME NETWORK IN YOUR AREA: 🤍 READ MORE GREAT ARTICLES FROM LAW&CRIME NETWORK HERE: 🤍 SUBSCRIBE TO ALL OF Law&Crime Network YouTube Channels: Main Channel: 🤍 Channel B: 🤍 Channel C: 🤍 Channel D 🤍 Who To Follow On Twitter: 🤍LawCrimeNetwork 🤍LawCrimeVerdict 🤍Cathy Russon 🤍AddiTCTrials
* (Disclaimer: This video content is intended for educational and informational purposes only) * Raleigh, North Carolina — On October 13, 2022, members of the Raleigh Police Department (RPD) responded to a mass shooting in the Hedingham neighborhood located in Northeastern Raleigh. Five (5) individuals died, and two (2) others sustained injuries during this incident. Over the course of several hours, a search ensued for the suspected shooter that included an exchange of gunfire between the shooter and multiple officers. At approximately 6:42 p.m., officers were able to locate the suspect, 15-year-old Austin Thompson, in an area with two outbuildings near McConnell Oliver Drive. As officers were attempting to search the area, Thompson fired multiple shots at the officers from one of the buildings. At approximately 6:44 p.m., Raleigh Police Officer Casey Clark, 33, fell to the ground after sustaining a gunshot wound in the right knee. Multiple officers, including two officers with the Raleigh Police Department, returned fire. Officers deployed cover fire allowing Officer Clark to be pulled to safety so that he could begin receiving treatment for his injuries. Officer Clark, suffered a non-life-threatening gunshot wound from the suspect. Preliminary results indicate that approximately 23 rounds were fired by RPD officers. Those rounds were fired in the direction of the outbuilding where Thompson fired upon officers. Following the exchange of gunfire, officers established a perimeter to keep Thompson contained in the outbuilding for the safety of the nearby community due to concerns about the nature of weapons he possessed to include multiple firearms, as well as possible hand grenades as reported in a 911 call. At approximately 9:34 p.m., after continued reassessment of the threat Thompson posed, SEU officers advanced towards the outbuilding. Thompson was located inside lying on the ground and appeared to be suffering from a single gunshot wound. At the time, he was wearing camouflage clothing and a backpack, and a handgun was in his waistband. The backpack contained various items, including several types of shotgun/rifle ammunition. A sheath for a large knife was found clipped to his belt, and a large hunting knife was found at the front of the outbuilding. A shotgun and shotgun shells were lying on the ground near him. No other weapons were found. Officers secured Thompson in handcuffs at approximately 9:36 p.m. EMS personnel rendered medical attention to Thompson and transported him to the hospital. He has since been released from the hospital and moved to a juvenile detention facility. One of Austin Thompson's five victims on Thursday night was his own 16-year-old brother, James Thompson. The names of the victims involved in the mass shooting: Deceased: Nicole Connors, 52 Susan Karnatz, 49 Mary Marshall, 35 James Thompson, 16 RPD Officer Gabriel Torres, 29 Injured: Marcille Gardner, 59 RPD Officer Casey Clark, 33 ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Special thanks to Shout-Out Supporters on Patreon: - 'DIY Solar Power with Will Prowse' - 'Roman1983' - Mark Demaline - Kaden - Anthony Eufemio - 'musicaltune23' - 'DaBlankOne' - 'Mr.StrangeTiger' - 'Popeyez' - 'Donkbot' - Gage Kissinger - Yejezkel Lopez - Alex F - Eian Smith - Patrick Kirby - 'HelloDarknessMyOldFriend' - 'coco Coco' - Rob Winton - 'The Chocolate Thief' - 'Jacob from Wisconi' - 'gorey hole' - Joe - Luis Perez - Chris Wesley ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Support us on Patreon: 🤍 Follow us on Twitter: 🤍 Timestamps: 0:00 - Bodycam: Officer Garner 2:01 - Bodycam: Officer Clark
* (Disclaimer: This video content is intended for educational and informational purposes only) * Brooklyn, New York — On Saturday, July 9, 2022, at approximately 7:32 PM, Police Officer Alex Campuzano, Police Officer Danny Rodriguez, and Police Officer Perez, all assigned to patrol in the 88th Precinct, attired in uniform, and utilizing an unmarked NYPD vehicle, observed a 2007 Nissan Murano twice make a turn without signaling. The officers activated their emergency lights and pulled the vehicle over at Flatbush Avenue and Nevins Street, Brooklyn. The vehicle was occupied by four males, including 19-year-old Malick Williams, who was seated in the front passenger seat. After questioning the occupants, the officers requested that the four males exit the vehicle. The occupants exited the vehicle one-by-one; first the driver, followed by the rear driver-side passenger. When Williams was asked to exit the front passenger seat, he did so and began to flee on foot, eastbound on Nevins Street, then southbound on Flatbush Avenue. Police Officer Perez then pursued Williams on foot. Police Officer Perez pursued Williams on foot for approximately 1,200 feet to the southeast corner of Flatbush Avenue and Lafayette Avenue. At that location, during the pursuit, Williams produced a firearm from his person, turned toward Officer Perez, and discharged one shot in his direction. In response, Officer Perez discharged four shots from his service firearm. Williams was struck one time and fell to the ground. Williams was taken from the scene via ambulance to New York Presbyterian-Brooklyn Methodist Hospital where he was later pronounced deceased. Williams was armed with a SCCY CPX-2 9mm firearm, which he discharged during the confrontation. The remaining three occupants of the vehicle were later released. ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Special thanks to Shout-Out Supporters on Patreon: - Mark Demaline - Kaden - Anthony Eufemio - 'musicaltune23' - 'DaBlankOne' - 'Mr.StrangeTiger' - 'Popeyez' - 'Donkbot' - Gage Kissinger - Yejezkel Lopez - Alex F - Eian Smith - Patrick Kirby - 'HelloDarknessMyOldFriend' - 'coco Coco' - Rob Winton - 'The Chocolate Thief' - 'Jacob from Wisconi' - 'gorey hole' - Joe - Luis Perez - Chris Wesley ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Support us on Patreon: 🤍 Follow us on Twitter: 🤍 Timestamps: 0:00 - Bodycam Footage of OIS 3:24 - Civilian Cell Phone Footage
It’s the just-released police bodycam footage of the moment that officers knocked on Bob Saget’s door at room 962 in the Ritz Carlton in Orlando. We know what they found inside — the legendary comedian dead in his bed. Crime scene photos have also been released, showing the room as police found it that morning. In the bathroom, towels lie on the floor, which may indicate that he had a shower before he went to bed. The pillow on the bed shows an indentation from his head, but no blood.
Bodycam footage showed the moment police hauled a 9-year-old boy and a woman from the freezing waters of a pond in Aurora, Illinois. The boy had gone onto the ice to retrieve a ball and the woman had fallen in after she went to save him, police said. » Subscribe to NBC News: 🤍 » Watch more NBC video: 🤍 NBC News Digital is a collection of innovative and powerful news brands that deliver compelling, diverse and engaging news stories. NBC News Digital features NBCNews.com, MSNBC.com, TODAY.com, Nightly News, Meet the Press, Dateline, and the existing apps and digital extensions of these respective properties. We deliver the best in breaking news, live video coverage, original journalism and segments from your favorite NBC News Shows. Connect with NBC News Online! NBC News App: 🤍 Breaking News Alerts: 🤍 Visit NBCNews.Com: 🤍 Find NBC News on Facebook: 🤍 Follow NBC News on Twitter: 🤍 Follow NBC News on Instagram: 🤍 #Rescue #caughtoncamera #bodycam
Nicholas Chavez was shot and killed in April by Houston police. Four officers have been fired and the full bodycam video has been released. This is that video. We have edited out profanities and video of the actual shooting, though audio of the shooting remains. Full story: 🤍
Authorities released a bodycam video showing a police standoff with a 16-year old that was armed with a knife in Bakersfield, California. Officers encountered the teen who was carrying a knife at the time of the incident. The standoff resulted in a non-fatal shooting of the teen after repeated attempts by Police to defuse the situation. The wounded teen was taken to a nearby hospital and released the next day. #PoliceStandoff #Bakersfield #Bodycam Watch Law&Crime Network NOW on YouTubeTV! 🤍 OTHER WAYS TO WATCH LAW&CRIME NETWORK IN YOUR AREA: 🤍 READ MORE GREAT ARTICLES FROM LAW&CRIME NETWORK HERE: 🤍 SUBSCRIBE TO ALL OF Law&Crime Network YouTube Channels: Main Channel: 🤍 Channel B: 🤍 Channel C: 🤍 Channel D 🤍
The City of Uvalde released edited bodycam footage from seven different law enforcement officials on Sunday, highlighting the confusion and inaction at the scene. In total, 376 law enforcement officers — a force larger than the garrison that defended the Alamo — descended upon the school in a chaotic, uncoordinated scene that lasted for more than an hour. The group was devoid of clear leadership, basic communications and sufficient urgency to take down the gunman, the report says. Notably, the investigation is the first so far to criticize the inaction of state and federal law enforcement, while other reports and public accounts by officials have placed the blame squarely on Uvalde school police Chief Pete Arredondo, for his role as incident commander, and other local police who were among the first to arrive. MORE: 🤍
(Disclaimer: Video posted strictly for educational and information purposes only) Newly released video shows the arrest of a man and his transgender lover after the pair allegedly kidnapped a woman. Authorities say they were planning to take her to a cave and brainwash her into marrying one of them. When police found her back in January, she was chained down by the neck in the back of a minivan in New Mexico. The woman was rescued less than 24 hours after witnesses saw the her being dragged out of her Las Vegas, Nevada apartment. After receiving an alert, police pulled over the van and arrested her ex-boyfriend, and his new lover. Police then found the kidnapped woman in the car and unchained her. “He dragged me out of the place, and I fought so (bleep) hard cause I was like, this is how you die,” she said. In a federal criminal complaint, investigators say the suspects planned the kidnapping for more than a year. Throughout the arrest, One of the suspect was singing the words to the hymn “Amazing Grace,” asked for his bibles, and made some mental notes. “Note to self… Wear shoes next time,” Suspect said. Both Suspects face charges of kidnapping, false imprisonment, and conspiracy. Donate to PoliceActivity: 🤍 Like us on Facebook: 🤍 Follow us on Twitter: 🤍
(Disclaimer: This video content is intended for educational and informational purposes only) Jacksonville, Florida — The State Attorney’s Office Fourth Judicial Circuit of Florida in Duval County has released its report and body camera video from the investigation into the officer-involved shooting of former FAMU student Jamee Johnson. The SAO has determined that the officer who shot Jamee Johnson back in December 2019 was justified in his use of force. The officer-involved shooting took place at approximately 5:00 p.m. on December 14, 2019. On this date, Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office (“JSO”) Officer Josue Garriga (“Officer Garriga”) was deployed as part of a JSO initiative aimed at reducing violent crime. While working on this deployment initiative, Officer Garriga conducted a traffic stop of Jamee Johnson (“Johnson”) for driving without a seatbelt, a violation of Florida Statute section 316.614(4). After pulling Johnson over, Officer Garriga observed a strong odor of marijuana coming from Johnson’s car. Officer Garriga immediately noted that Johnson was nervous and making furtive movements. Officer Garriga asked Johnson to stop moving erratically and provide him with his identification. An inquiry pursuant to the traffic stop followed. Officer Garriga asked whether Johnson had “anything” in his car, a routine question aimed at both officer safety and crime intervention. When Johnson offered that he had a firearm in the car, Officer Garriga asked Johnson to step out of his car. As Johnson stepped out of his car, Officer Garriga noted that Johnson had marijuana flakes on his shirt. Officer Garriga posed a series of questions to Johnson regarding the smell of marijuana and the marijuana flakes on his shirt. Johnson explained that the flakes were hemp. Officer Garriga next questioned Johnson about the firearm in the car. Johnson admitted that he did not have a concealed weapons permit and further explained that the firearm was not secured as required by law. Officer Garriga asked that Johnson sit in the back of his patrol car while he obtained Johnson’s receipt for the firearm. Inexplicably, and for reasons we can only speculate, Johnson shoved Officer Garriga in the chest and jumped headfirst into his car toward the very gun he had just described to Officer Garriga. Officer Garriga dove after Johnson to prevent him from accessing the gun. During the struggle, Johnson placed the car in drive and crashed through a fence into a nearby yard, dragging Officer Garriga along the way. While Officer Garriga was inside the car struggling with Johnson, the struggle turned deadly when Johnson grasped his gun and lifted the gun toward Officer Garriga’s face. Officer Garriga immediately tried to hide behind Johnson’s head, to avoid being shot. Officer Garriga pushed himself out of the car and, believing Johnson was armed, fired until Johnson no longer posed a threat. Johnson suffered multiple gunshot wounds and fell to the ground outside the car. Officer Garriga contemporaneously, and without time for reflection, told his backup officer, Officer Kristopher Graham, that Johnson “tried to grab his gun on me.” Johnson immediately responded, “I’m ready to give up.” Officer Garriga yelled at Johnson: “Don’t grab the gun.” Johnson immediately responded, “My hands are off it.” Officer Garriga and Officer Graham commanded Johnson not to move and continued to yell at Johnson, asking where the gun was located. Johnson replied, “It’s in the car...” Johnson’s admissions corroborated Officer Garriga’s recount that he was fighting Johnson for the gun. Johnson suffered the following four gunshot wounds during the incident: a gunshot wound to the left side of the chest; a gunshot wound to the left side of the back; a gunshot wound on the posterior aspect of the right elbow; and a gunshot wound on the anterior and lateral aspects of the right hip. Johnson was transported to the hospital where he died in surgery from his wounds. The two gunshot wounds to the torso caused Johnson’s death. After thorough investigation, The State Attorney’s Office renders the legal opinion that Officer Garriga’s actions were lawful and justified as defined in applicable Florida law. They reached this opinion after a comprehensive review of the evidence and the consultation of an independent expert in the field of policing, including the use of force, police tactics, body-worn camera usage, and industry practices and standards. Donate to PoliceActivity: 🤍 Like us on Facebook: 🤍 Follow us on Twitter: 🤍
On Wednesday, the New York Attorney General's Office released a bodycam video that shows a Police Officer in Buffalo, NY fatally shooting James Huber after an encounter on February 12th. More Police Bodycam Videos: 🤍 #NewYorkPolice #PoliceBodycam #JamesHuber Watch Law&Crime Network NOW on YouTubeTV! 🤍 OTHER WAYS TO WATCH LAW&CRIME NETWORK IN YOUR AREA: 🤍 READ MORE GREAT ARTICLES FROM LAW&CRIME NETWORK HERE: 🤍 SUBSCRIBE TO ALL OF Law&Crime Network YouTube Channels: Main Channel: 🤍 Channel B: 🤍 Channel C: 🤍 Channel D 🤍 Who To Follow On Twitter: 🤍LawCrimeNetwork 🤍LawCrimeVerdict 🤍Cathy Russon 🤍AddiTCTrials
The Richland County Sheriff's Department in South Carolina released a 911 call and footage of Richland County Deputy Zachary Hentz fatally shooting 34-year-old Irvin Moorer Charley. Deputies arrived at the home after receiving a 911 call from a concerned relative who claimed a man was allegedly assaulting her family members and armed with a knife. 0:00 911 Call 2:22 Deputy Anderson Bodycam 4:02 Deputy Hentz Bodycam 4:49 Police Vehicle Dashcam #PoliceBodycam #911Call #RichlandCounty
Community members alerted police of a man waving a machete. The man fails to follow the officer's order approaching the officer. Another officer uses a stun bag shotgun that has no affect on the man. The man charges at officers with the machete and is shot and injured. Full story: 🤍 For more pubic safety news, download the free azcentral app. Follow us on: Facebook - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 Instagram - 🤍 Online - 🤍
JSO released new bodycam footage on Youtube of three officer-involved shootings along the First Coast.
* (Disclaimer: This video content is intended for educational and informational purposes only) * Modesto, California — The Modesto Police Department released video of a shooting between officers and a male suspect, that left an officer in critical condition, ultimately leading him to have part of his right leg amputated. The suspect was identified as 42-year-old Jesse James Brooks of Modesto. Officers say they initially pursued Joshua Harrington, 34, to the house after he drove away from police on a motorcycle. Police said officers obtained a warrant to search the home. During the search, Brooks started shooting at police and hit an officer identified as Michael Rokaitis. Officers returned fire and hit Brooks. Police Chief Brandon Gillespie said that Rokaitis has undergone seven surgeries since the shooting, including one to have part of his right leg amputated. He spent 12 days in the ICU but is now in stable condition. Brooks was charged with three counts of attempted murder on a peace officer, multiple weapon violations, as well as an outstanding U.S. Marshall Warrant for a probation violation. He was treated at a nearby hospital for non-life-threatening injuries and booked into the Stanislaus County Jail. Donate to PoliceActivity: 🤍 Like us on Facebook: 🤍 Follow us on Twitter: 🤍
WARNING: Video contains disturbing images and sound. Viewer discretion is advised. Atlanta Police have released bodycam and dashcam footage showing the moments leading to the fatal shooting of Rayshard Brooks in a Wendy's parking lot. The shooting happened late Friday night at the fast food restaurant on University Avenue. This is the first 42-minutes of the 1 hour, 23 minute video from the body cam of Officer Devin Brosnan. The name of a person not involved in this incident has been removed from the audio track. The rest is unedited. 🤍 11Alive is Where Atlanta Speaks. We believe that news shouldn’t be a one-way conversation, but a dialogue with you. Join in, share your thoughts and connect with new perspectives. Follow 11Alive on Social: Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Subscribe to 11Alive for exclusive content: 🤍 Visit Site: 🤍
The 37-year-old woman took an Uber to the airport and fired several shots into the air before an officer shot and wounded her. No one else was hurt.
Body camera footage of Hamilton police with Bordentown Township Police Chief Brian Pesce, who they charged with drunken driving on April 22, 2022. (Video courtesy of the Hamilton Township Police Dept.)
Editor's note: 11Alive has cut portions of the officer's body camera video to highlight the moments between the woman and police involved in the encounter. The Atlanta Police Department has released an officer's hour-long body camera video after part of his encounter with a woman during a citation has gone viral over social media. The man involved in the encounter with the woman recorded the portion of the video that went viral on social media. The now-viral video shows an APD officer wearing a face covering and gloves while seemingly arresting a woman who continues to question why he is trying to put handcuffs on her. Read the full story here: 🤍 11Alive is Where Atlanta Speaks. We believe that news shouldn’t be a one-way conversation, but a dialogue with you. Join in, share your thoughts and connect with new perspectives. Follow 11Alive on Social: Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Subscribe to 11Alive for exclusive content: 🤍 Visit Site: 🤍
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► Code Blue Cam Merch 🤍 On October 22, 2022, police were dispatched a second time to a residence to deal with a dispute between a male and female in Eau Claire, WI. After consulting with each individual, the officers determined the female would be under arrest for damaging a window. She was uncooperative as officers attempted to take her into custody and began live-streaming the interaction. The purpose of the featured content is to show the law enforcement interaction. It is NOT to publicly shame, ridicule, or degrade the individuals involved. Today’s world is swarmed with politics and conversations that are often misleading about our law enforcement officers. We feel it is vastly significant and imperative to show these interactions in their respective environments to inform and educate the overall public. 💥Want to see more content? Join Patreon for many exciting features such as early access/ad-free content, exclusive content, behind-the-scenes, giveaways, and much more! 👉 🤍 ► Facebook 🤍 ► Twitter 🤍 For business inquiries or other questions contact: codebluecam🤍gmail.com Narrated by Brian Buckley 🤍
Police: Bodycam show Gwinnett Officer tase and arrest woman
Three hours of edited police bodycam video show the chaos and confusion from the time the first Uvalde officers arrived at Robb Elementary to the moment the gunman was finally killed. MORE: 🤍
(Disclaimer: This video content is intended for educational and informational purposes only) Footage of a California family's argument with the local sheriff's department has now been made public as part of an excessive lawsuit, after one of the cops body slammed one of the teenage girls to the ground. The incident occurred on June 14, 2015, on a rural property in Sonoma County, however the footage only surfaced this week as the case was presented in court. According to the sheriff's office, Deputy Marcus Holton stopped at the house in Petaluma after he saw a truck stopped in the middle of the street and heard people fighting. Footage taken from a body cam Holton was wearing - posted to YouTube on Thursday - shows four women arguing with Holton for several minutes, assuring him there was no issue. The verbal confrontation continues for several more minutes with the family demanding a female officer. The argument is lead by the mother of three women, two of which are adults and one, Gabrielle Lemos, 18, appears to be a teenager. At one point in the video she is referred to as being 16 years old. The mother accuses Holton of grabbing the women and breaking the law with his 'investigation'. The argument continues, and Gabrielle starts to walk away from the group. Holton then takes down Gabrielle as she is walking away, after she ignored his orders to stop. During the body slam, the mother and Gabrielle's sisters can be heard screaming in the background for Holton to stop. Holton's body camera fell off during the confrontation, and his face was captured in the footage as he readjusted it to his uniform. He then leads Gabrielle to a patrol car and places her under arrest. Blood and cuts can clearly be seen on her face. Gabrielle has since filed a civil rights case against the Sonoma County Sheriff's Office. The lawsuit claims the officer used excessive force and is seeking unspecified damages. However, after the lawsuit was filed, the Sonoma County Sheriff's Office filed charges against Gabrielle for misdemeanor resisting arrest. The Sonoma County Sheriff's Office have stood by Houlton and said he behaved appropriately. "Deputy Holton was well within his authority and Sheriff's Office policy to investigate this matter for a possible criminal violation,' the office said in a statement. 'His conduct and that of the other Deputies involved has been reviewed by Sheriff's Office Administrators and we are confident they acted honorably and appropriately during this tense rapidly evolving situation.' Donate to PoliceActivity: 🤍 Like us on Facebook: 🤍 Follow us on Twitter: 🤍
The video is one of two showing an Athens officer being attacked by a knife-wielding man after he had already been shot. The suspect ultimately died after being shot again while attacking the officer. The video has been edited to cut out the moment the man was killed and an image of his body.
WARNING: Video contains disturbing images and sound. Viewer discretion is advised. Atlanta Police have released bodycam and dashcam footage showing the moments leading to the fatal shooting of Rayshard Brooks in a Wendy's parking lot. The shooting happened late Friday night at the fast food restaurant on University Avenue. This is a five-minute portion of the 1 hour, 23 minute video from the body cam of Officer Devin Brosnan. 🤍 11Alive is Where Atlanta Speaks. We believe that news shouldn’t be a one-way conversation, but a dialogue with you. Join in, share your thoughts and connect with new perspectives. Follow 11Alive on Social: Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Subscribe to 11Alive for exclusive content: 🤍 Visit Site: 🤍
Phoenix police responded to a gas station around 10:35 a.m. April 14, 2022, near Cave Creek and Beardsley roads, after a woman called concerned about her boyfriend saying he was suicidal. For more public safety news, download the free azcentral app. Follow us on: Facebook - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 Instagram - 🤍 Online - 🤍
U.S. District Judge Rudolph Contreras granted the press access to video and audio footage of Kyle Fitzsimons' conduct during and after the riot that prosecutors used as evidence to argue Fitzsimons should not be released pending trial. 🤍 🤍
Bodycam footage shows armed officers smashing the door of Jason Brown's flat in Wood End Road, Erdington, in Birmingham, before firing plastic bullets. Police find the attacker hiding in the bath behind a shower curtain with the blood-stained knife he had used in the vicious assault. An officer shouts at Brown, 48, to 'Stay calm, do as I say, look at me' as they search the darkened room. Officers were forced to storm Brown's flat after he stabbed PC Michael Doyle, 36, before fleeing. Original Article: 🤍 Original Video: 🤍 Daily Mail Facebook: 🤍 Daily Mail IG: 🤍 Daily Mail Snap: 🤍 Daily Mail Twitter: 🤍 Daily Mail Pinterest: 🤍 Daily Mail Google+: 🤍 Get the free Daily Mail mobile app: 🤍
Police in Ohio shot an unarmed black man 60 times, his lawyers said on Sunday as footage of the killing threatened to trigger major unrest. Protesters took to the streets in Akron – a city of about 200,000 people near Cleveland – after the shooting following a police traffic stop. Read more: 🤍 Subscribe to The Telegraph with our special offer: just £1 for 3 months. Start your free trial now: 🤍 Get the latest headlines: 🤍 Telegraph.co.uk and YouTube.com/TelegraphTV are websites of The Telegraph, the UK's best-selling quality daily newspaper providing news and analysis on UK and world events, business, sport, lifestyle and culture. #ohio #jaylandwalker #shooting
The terror on George Floyd's face as a rookie cop points a gun at his head while he sits in his car can be seen today for the first time. DailyMail.com has exclusively obtained video from the bodycams of officers Thomas Lane and Alex Kueng, who were part of Floyd's fatal arrest on Memorial Day in Minneapolis. Floyd died after Officer Derek Chauvin kneeled on his neck for nine minutes on May 25. The tapes show in minute detail how Floyd begs 'Mr. Officer, please don't shoot me. Please man,' before the struggle that ended with his death. It also shows how Floyd resisted as the cops tried to force him into the back of the car, telling them he suffers from claustrophobia and anxiety. The video begins with Lane knocking on Floyd's car window with a flashlight and once Floyd opens the door, Lane pulls out his gun and points it at Floyd's head. Floyd, 46, begs him not to shoot, saying: ''I'll look at you eye-to-eye. Please don't shoot me man. I just lost my mom, man'. He sobs as the officers pull him out of the car and handcuff him, as his ex suggests he was undergoing mental problems and was afraid of police. After the struggle to get Floyd in the cop car, he is suddenly on the sidewalk with Chauvin's knee on his neck. Floyd says he can't breathe numerous times and calls for his 'momma' but his voice slowly gets weaker as his life drains away, even saying 'I'll probably just die this way'. Original Article: 🤍 Original Video: 🤍 Daily Mail Facebook: 🤍 Daily Mail IG: 🤍 Daily Mail Snap: 🤍 Daily Mail Twitter: 🤍 Daily Mail Pinterest: 🤍 Daily Mail Google+: 🤍 Get the free Daily Mail mobile app: 🤍
Day 3 of the Derek Chauvin trial brought emotional testimony and police bodycam footage of the arrest of George Floyd. Floyd says he's claustrophobic as he refuses to get into the police vehicle. Subscribe to NewsNOW from FOX! 🤍 Where to watch NewsNOW from FOX: 🤍 Follow us 🤍NewsNOWFOX on Twitter: 🤍 Raw and unfiltered. Watch a non-stop stream of breaking news, live events and stories across the nation. Limited commentary. No opinion. Experience NewsNOW from FOX.
Nashville Police have released bodycam footage from the Christmas explosion.
University of Central Florida Police boycam footage shows officer issuing a citation for underage possession of alcohol. LET'S CONNECT: Facebook ► 🤍 Google+ ► 🤍 Twitter ► 🤍 Orlando Sentinel ► 🤍
A police officer in Alhambra, California, pulled a driver from a blazing car after a single-vehicle collision. There were no reported serious injuries. » Subscribe to NBC News: 🤍 » Watch more NBC video: 🤍 NBC News Digital is a collection of innovative and powerful news brands that deliver compelling, diverse and engaging news stories. NBC News Digital features NBCNews.com, MSNBC.com, TODAY.com, Nightly News, Meet the Press, Dateline, and the existing apps and digital extensions of these respective properties. We deliver the best in breaking news, live video coverage, original journalism and segments from your favorite NBC News Shows. Connect with NBC News Online! NBC News App: 🤍 Breaking News Alerts: 🤍 Visit NBCNews.Com: 🤍 Find NBC News on Facebook: 🤍 Follow NBC News on Twitter: 🤍 #Alhambra #California #Police
WARNING: This video contains graphic content. Viewer discretion is advised. Authorities have released body camera footage from a deadly shooting involving a Canton police officer that took place early Saturday morning. The footage begins with an officer outside of a home in the 2300 block of 10th Street Southwest shortly after midnight. He can be heard relaying information about his location when rapid gunshots ring out from a fenced-in area nearby. “The officer, who was outside of his vehicle, confronted a subject that began shooting a firearm,” Canton police said in a press release that was issued Saturday. “The officer, in fear for his safety, fired his duty weapon at the subject and struck him.” Full story: 🤍
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