CROWN HEIGHTS, Brooklym — Police have released new information and body cam footage regarding a June shooting, where officers shot and killed an alleged gunman in Crown Heights.
Officials said 10 officers fired 62 shots at Tyquan Graves, 34, who is accused of shooting a 49-year-old man on June 2 near the Kingsborough Houses in Brooklyn.
The incident began at around 9:13 p.m. near Bergen Street and Rochester Avenue, when Graves fired shots at the man, officials said. The victim was struck in the leg once.
After the encounter with the man, Graves ran and hid behind a tree, Sergeant Carlos Nieves said in a video, posted to YouTube Friday.
The victim moved into the area of the Kingsborough Houses and was taken to a hospital by EMS, Nieves said.
Following a ShotSpotter Alert and 911 calls, police responded to the area and found Graves laying on his stomach. An officer noticed Graves' firearm as he moved from his stomach to his knees, Nieves said.
Body cam footage shows officers tell Graves to put his gun down. Warnings continued from officers, demanding Graves "put it down," "stop moving," and "let me see your hands" for about two and a half minutes, according to Nieves.
As Graves moved from his knees to his feet with the gun still in his hand, refusing to drop it and raising it at police, officers fired 62 shots at him, all according to the NYPD.
He was struck 12 times. Officers administered CPR and he was taken to a hospital. He was later pronounced dead.
Nieves said during the investigation, police found seven shell casings in the area, and determined they were fired from Graves' firearm.
Graves' gun, though, did not have any ammunition in it when it was recovered from him after he was shot by police, Nieves said. He did not indicate that Graves fired any shots at police.
The city was under curfew at the time of the shooting, a response to unrest sparked by the death of George Floyd, who was killed in police custody in Minneapolis on May 25.
At the time ..
Eaton County, Michigan — Body cam and surveillance video have been released by Eaton County Sheriff's Office, which show a Michigan deputy shooting a suspect who was accused of stabbing a man over a dispute about wearing a mask. Eaton County Sheriff’s Office Deputies responded to assist the Michigan State Police in locating a male suspect who stabbed and caused serious injury to a person at the Quality Dairy store on Lansing Road in Windsor Township at 6:47 am, and had fled the scene in a vehicle. An area broadcast describing the suspect and vehicle was put out. At approximately 7:13 am an Eaton County Sheriff’s Office Deputy observed the suspect in Delta Township driving north on Jerryson Dr. and made a traffic stop. The footage shows the suspect, Sean Ruis age 43, holding a knife and screwdriver approaching the deputy, who repeatedly commands him to drop the weapon. When he fails to comply, the video shows her shooting several rounds before quickly clearing the jammed gun and firing again. Ruis eventually drops to the ground. Ruis was taken to the hospital and died during surgery. The involved Deputy, a 22-year veteran, has been placed on Administrative Leave.
The tactics used during this is call is tough. Some good, some bad, lots of problems areas to cover and deal with. I am SHOCKED at the number of rounds fired and that the female victim was killed.
The Phoenix Police Department has released a Critical Incident Briefing video from an officer-involved shooting at an apartment complex near 23rd Avenue & Indian School.
The June 16, 2020 incident claimed the life of 27-year-old Donald Ward.
According to multiple 911 callers, Ward and a woman were fighting inside an apartment. One of those callers included the female victim of the domestic dispute. While she didn't respond to questions from the dispatcher, she could be heard pleading for her life and screaming.
The phone line remained open for several minutes as the victim continued to plead for her life. Additionally, the dispatcher believed gunshots had been fired, and this was also reported by at least one other caller.
Officers of the Mountain View and Cactus Park Precincts responded to the call shortly before 9 p.m.
When the first two officers arrived on scene, they located the apartment, and attempted to make contact. No one answered the door, so the first two officers began evacuations of neighboring apartments for their safety.
The officers then met with additional responding officers to develop a plan to make contact. That's when they heard a shot from inside of the apartment.
The officers then approached the door again and began making announcements, asking the people inside to come out. The officers got no response from Ward or the female caller.
Based on the 911 call and the gun shots, they decided to force entry to the apartment to rescue the victim.
As the officers were working their way through the apartment, they saw what looked like bullet holes in the walls.
Once inside the officers approached a closed bedroom door and forced it open. As they entered the bedroom, they saw a closed bathroom door as well. As the officers were outside..
Every time I think I have seen the most outrageous Police Conduct, another cop surprises me. This is absolutely in the TOP 10 Most Outrageous Police Conduct.
I had some road base, concrete base or driveway base delivered for helping with mun in high traffic areas. I also go over some other projects I have going on and visit with all the critters. Buddy sticks his nose in the delivery process and I add all that footage at the end of the video.
Man with knife charge cops they shoot him. I discuss and evaluation tactics and errors by the cops and others. This video for education purposes. Below is link to more info on this case.
This video is about the officers actions, were they excessive or were they reasonable? I give my opinion and explain why I think they do what they do.
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This is more evidence that Gov will not protect you, it will protect itself and those in Gov. Remember This is a person who was approved by Gov to carry a gun. And then Gov tells citizens they cannot have guns. SMH typical gov Failure.
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San Antonio, Texas — On July 5, 2018, at approximately 4:16 a.m., Officer Elizabeth J. Montoya, was dispatched to San Luis Street for a disturbance. Kimberly Ann Esparza, who was six months pregnant, was arrested and handcuffed. Officer Montoya was standing behind Esparza conducting a search when Esparza lifted her bare foot and kicked Officer Montoya. Esparza was placed on the ground to complete the search by Officer Montoya. When she was returned to the backseat of the patrol vehicle, Officer Montoya stated Esparza kicked her again. Officer Montoya struck Esparza once on the right breast and seven (7) times on the head, and then pulled her by her hair to remove Esparza from the patrol vehicle. Later, Montoya forced the suspect out of the vehicle and placed her on the ground for 26 minutes in the rain, the suspension documents say.
"The Administration alleges that Officer Montoya, did not give (the suspect) humane treatment when she left her on the ground in the rain," administrators wrote in the suspension document. Officer Elizabeth Montoya was fired by the San Antonio Police Department and received her indefinite suspension notice for inhumane treatment of a suspect on Jan. 17. Montoya was also cited for muting her body worn camera when she should not have. Esparza was charged with assaulting a public servant and resisting arrest, but the charges were later dismissed, according to court records. Montoya is appealing the rulings, according to the documents. A Combined Law Enforcement Associations of Texas attorney representing her requested arbitration. She denies all the allegations against her, according to the appeal notice. After her termination from SAPD she was later picked up by the Leon Valley Police Department.
So a 26 year old female cop got beat up by a 38 year old female because the cop played mask police. So now govt has spent thousands of dollars on medical, charging, arresting, locking up and feeding, exposing the woman to more virus and tied up court and lawyers all in the name of PROTECTING YOU.
This video is about cops that go into a burning barn and save a horse. I try and discuss the good and bad and why the horse did not want to cooperate with the police. Discussing Horse behavior and Fear response.
I posted this on my other channel but I know I have some mokie fans here.
So after CommieTube decided to strike a video that has been up for a YEAR, they suspended me from uploading for two weeks. Now I can upload again. This is why people HATE yOUTUBE. They harass any channel that does not promote their liberal left agenda lies, they only hire left wing liberal idiots to work for them, so they push any TRUTH away until people like me leave or stop posting. so then only the fools and idiots can only watch their LIES... Really fed up with their shit..
They shadow ban my vids, they take away likes, they unsub my subs, they fail to notify my subs.. it is absolutely criminal behavior with their lies and picking winners and banning those they HATE.
STRIKE: YOUTUBE GAVE ME A STRIKE ON A YEAR OLD VIDEO BECAUSE THEY SUCK. I CAN'T UPLOAD ANY NEW VIDEOS, BUT I HAD 4 OR 5 UPLOADED BEFORE STRIKE SO I WILL BE POSTED EVERY COUPLE OF DAYS UNTIL MY TWO WEEK TIME OUT IS UP.
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Wife calls cops on husband acting strange, cops show up and kill husband. Cops go to wrong house first where they receive fire from another house and then suspect walks towards cops with two handguns and cops shooting and kill suspect.
MCSO Sheriff Paul Penzone is giving a briefing on Sunday's officer-involved shooting in Mesa.
Who thinks this is a good Idea? Raise your hand...
This Blue Line Hero pulls gun and threatens people in a fight, lies to cops and is never arrested, never charged and put back to work.. Wow...
BYRON TOWNSHIP, Mich. (WOOD) — A Kent County sheriff’s deputy is back on the job and was never criminally charged after throwing punches and pulling a loaded gun during an off-duty brawl in a crowded mobile home park, then repeatedly lying about it to deputies from his own department, according to records obtained by Target 8.
“A bunch of guys out here, they’re fighting,” a 911 caller told dispatchers. “Now they’re throwing bottles all over the place. Some guy just had a frickin’ gun. There’s kids out here playing.”
Deputy Kenyatta Weaver Jr., 25, who joined the department about three years ago, was not arrested that night, even though a responding deputy told him he likely would be and that he could face a felony charge.
Weaver was later suspended without pay for four weeks and is now under a “last-chance” agreement, sheriff’s officials said. He has returned to duty as a patrol deputy.
“He’s definitely in the wrong profession,” said Michael Svoboda, who witnessed the brawl and captured it on cellphone video. “He’s there to serve and protect and de-escalate problems, not start them.”
He said he provided a copy of the video to sheriff’s investigators. He had no idea one of the combatants was an off-duty deputy until Target 8 told him. Svoboda also captured video of when deputies caught up with Weaver.
“There were children out there playing,” Svoboda said. “That’s where our park is for the kids. There was nothing out but kids out that day, playing.”
A Kent County sheriff’s deputy is back on the job and was never criminally charged after throwing punches and pulling a loaded gun during an off-duty brawl. (Dec. 5, 2019)
This video has lots of lessons in it.
If anyone knows why this happened please share.
Why won't the media call out the media for NOT reporting honestly on liberal big city crime.
Oh I know, because the Media lies for the left everyday...
Just because you have a bullet proof vest on, Does Not make you Superman.
This cop got shot because his tactics were crap and he has developed bad habits.
Totality of circumstances, This shooting was justified both legally and morally, IMO.
This is a tragic situation and shows Govt Failure on so many levels.