Give up your guns, Police are Heroes and will protect you.. smh
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Columbus police say they are investigating a report that a father was told by officers that his 11-year-old daughter could face charges after he called to report that she had been the victim of an “online predator.”

A video posted on social media shows the unidentified man talking to officers who came to his door in answer to his complaint of a man having manipulated his daughter into sending images. The man says he wanted someone to talk to her to get her “to realize what this was” and then suggests “reality is” there isn’t much he can do.

One officer is heard in the video saying his daughter “could probably get charged with child porn” if she produced the images. Told the girl is only 11, the officer replies “Doesn’t matter. She’s still making porn.” After the man says she is being manipulated by an adult on the internet, the same officer asks whether the girl is taking pictures, and the man then breaks off the conversation and the officers depart, according to the video.

It’s unclear when the interaction took place, but the social media poster said the police response occurred six hours after the man’s call to police.

Columbus police said Monday that the city’s Department of the Inspector General, “which investigates complaints of misconduct and/or excessive use of force by sworn personnel, has opened an inquiry into this incident.” The department said it is investigating the video posted on social media “involving two officers responding to a call for service.”

Police said they regard all sexual misconduct allegations” with the utmost seriousness” and “incidents involving minors are handled with the highest degree of concern.” Detectives with the sexual assault unit were immediately notified and have since initiated an investigation.

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Seattle, Washington — On July 18, 2023, around 2:45 p.m., Seattle Police responded to a report of a barricaded suspect where two woman were being held against their will in the 2200 block of 15th Avenue West West in Lower Queen Anne. When officers arrived, they learned the 49-year-old suspect entered the room, implied he had a knife and made threats to harm both woman. Officers assigned to SPD’s Hostage Negotiation Team, along with SWAT arrived on scene. Officers made entry to the room and took the suspect into custody. Both victims were uninjured. A knife was recovered at the scene. The suspect was booked into King County Jail for Unlawful Imprisonment.

Excessive Police Force, Deadly Force was not authorized.

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This happens everyday all over the place, my question is why did the F B I go after these when they should go after them all.

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Louisville, Kentucky — On Wednesday, August 16, 2023, around 7:00 p.m., Louisville Metro Police Officers were called to a home in the 1700 block of Bolling Avenue after calls came in from neighbors reporting a woman screaming for help. When the officers arrived, police said they heard and saw a woman in distress in the second-story window. Officers tried to get into the house from the front door but it was barricaded, so instead, they found a ladder and climbed in through the window. Once inside, police found the woman with a chain around her neck, which was secured by a MasterLock, and that chain was bolted to the floor with screws. Officers ripped the chain from the floor and rescued the woman from the home. She was immediately treated by first responders.

On August 18, 2023, Officers arrested 36-year-old Moises May in connection with the incident. According to May's arrest report, on Monday the woman and May had a verbal argument that became physical. May allegedly grabbed the victim and held her down on the bathroom floor while he took a machete to cut off the majority of her hair and slapped her before she was able to leave. When she came back to the home on Wednesday to get her belongings, May locked the doors with a deadbolt that only he had a key to, trapping her inside.

May forced the woman to take off some of her clothes and told her, “You’re gonna get it tonight. I told you the next time you leave and don’t come home, I’d kill you.” He also slapped her. Afterward, he took her upstairs and chained her to the floor before leaving the house, taking her phone with him. The woman was able to bust open a window and scream for help. Neighbors heard her screaming and called 911. Police said the woman and May have a child together. May is charged with kidnapping, wanton endangerment, assault and several other charges. He is currently being held on a $100,000 cash bo..

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Fargo, North Dakota — On July 14, 2023, Fargo Police Officers were responding to a routine traffic accident on 25th Street South in Fargo on the afternoon when, 37-year-old Mohamed Barakat opened fire on officers and first responders with a .223 caliber rifle. Police Officers Andrew Dotas and Tyler Hawes were shot and critically injured. Officer Wallin ran toward Barakat’s vehicle, was able to unholster his weapon and fire one shot before he was hit by Barakat. Officer Wallin was fatally shot once by Barakat. Wallin’s training officer, Zach Robinson, engaged in gunfire with Barakat. Officer Robinson radios for help, reporting officers down, and continues to try to neutralize the shooter who has been struck and is on the ground, but continues to reach for the .223 caliber rifle and 9 mm handgun on his person.

Bystander Karlee Koswick, who was involved in the initial crash on 25th Street South, was shot after the three officers were already down. She tried to run for cover when she was hit by Barakat. Officials say when Barakat’s attention turned toward her, Robinson had the opportunity to fatally shoot Barakat. Officer Robinson fired 31 rounds at Barakat and hit him 21 times. Officer Robinson told him to drop his gun 16 times, to which Barakat continued to wave a gun around. Officials believe Barakat was wearing some type of body armor during the exchange. Barakat was shot and killed around 2 minutes into the altercation. His vehicle was loaded with three long rifles, four handguns, more than 1,800 .223-caliber bullets, three canisters filled with gasoline, and two propane tanks filled with Tannerite, explosive materials used for target practice.

Investigators said Barakat searched online for articles about mass casualty incidents and the Downtown Street Fair, suggesting to authorities he intended to open fire on thousands of people attending the event. Police visit..


I am really surprised that people did not resist more. Tough Cops beating up a little frail lady in her own house who committed NO CRIME. SMH
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^'' THINGS SHEEP SAY

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Merced County, California — On March 11, 2023, a Merced County Sheriff’s deputy detained Louis Jackson following a crash in which he was suspected of driving under the influence, according to the Merced County District Attorney’s Office. Former Sergeant, 42-year-old Dustin Witt responded to the scene to assist and during the encounter, Witt kicked Jackson in the head several times, according to the distinct attorney’s office. By June, Witt resigned after the Sheriff's Office launched an internal affairs investigation. Witt has been charged with assault by a public officer, assault likely to cause great bodily injury and an enhancement for inflicting great bodily injury.

Witt was still serving as a deputy despite a 2019 demotion and misdemeanor conviction following a drunken brawl during which he and another deputy, who was also a Merced City Council member, beat up another peace officer and a bystander. The bar brawl on Dec. 15, 2018, followed a Sheriff’s Office Christmas party where Witt admitted to “heavy drinking,” according to the Merced Sun-Star. (

Could be better, but WHY should Gov want to do better, doing easy or bad cost them NOTHING

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Ligonier Township, Pennsylvania — On Sunday, July 2, 2023, at approximately 3:50 p.m., two officers from the Ligonier Valley Police Department were dispatched to an address on Gravel Hill Road in Ligonier Township for the report of a domestic disturbance. As heard on the 911 correspondence, the caller relayed to emergency dispatchers that the man inside the home had a machete and was threatening to kill a woman inside the house. Both officers arrived simultaneously and found two victims outside the residence unharmed. One of the victims told officers, 59-year-old Robbie Saunders, was still inside the house and was believed to have a knife, described as a machete. Both officers approached the front door of the home and attempted to make contact with the man inside, later identified as Saunders.

He could be seen on body camera footage wielding a 14-inch machete in his hand. Saunders approached officers with the machete in his hand and within feet of officers. Ligonier Valley Police verbally ordered Saunders to drop the weapon, but he did not comply. Saunders was simultaneously struck with a stun gun and with a bullet from a police-issued firearm. Both officers rendered aid to Saunders as they waited for medical personnel to arrive to the scene. Saunders was transported to Conemaugh Memorial Medical Center in Johnstown where he succumbed to his injuries. Both officers were placed on administrative protocol while county detectives investigated the circumstances of the officer-involved shooting. Westmoreland County District Attorney Nicole W. Ziccarelli reviewed multiple videos from the scene, reports, witness interviews and evidence and has determined the use of deadly force was justified.

Questions everything into todays times of censorship and lies

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Canton, Ohio — On June 7, 2023, at about 10:07 p.m., Canton Police Officers responded to the disturbance in the 300 block of 25th Street SW, according to police. According to a 911 call, a neighbor called police to report a loud disturbance at a nearby home. As officers arrived outside the home, 41-year-old Jeffrey Neff take off running. Officer Jacob Dryden and his partner pursue Neff through a backyard, over a fence, and across an interstate entrance ramp.

During the foot pursuit, officials say one shot was fired from Neff at Officer Dryden, grazing him, but not seriously injuring him. The officer shot back, firing every bullet in his gun, as many as 17. Neff was struck multiple times. Neff's wife, Domnita, heard the gunshots and began running behind police officers pursuing her husband. Seconds later, Dryden reloaded. He and his partner, Scott Wohlheter, walked toward Neff. EMS transported Neff to Cleveland Clinic Mercy Hospital where he died from his injuries. The neighbor who phoned police later told a detective that Neff's wife had asked her to call police, because Domnita Neff didn't want to make the call herself.

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Ogden, Utah — On June 6, 2023, at around 3:25 p.m. multiple 911 calls were placed into Weber Area Dispatch. The callers were requesting a police officer to respond on not only the report of a protective order violation in progress, but that the suspect 37-year-old Brian Simonton was threatening others in the area and refusing to leave. During the 911 call, Simonton’s ex-wife told the operator that she had a protective order against Simonton and he had shown up at her apartment trying to leave his dog with her. The ex-wife told the operator that Simonton was known to carry guns. She said she was scared of how he’d handle being confronted by police. When the first officer arrived, he found Simonton wandering the parking lot with a weapon in his right hand. That officer immediately called for back-up, and ordered Simonton to drop the weapon 17 times.

A shootout ensued between officers and Simonton resulting in the officer being shot in the arm. As the officer was retreating to safety neighbors had come outside. “Get in the house. Get in the house,” the officer said to the neighbors. Back up officers cornered Simonton and he refused to drop his weapon. In the continuing gun fight Simonton was fatally shot and died on the scene. Officers recovered .45-caliber revolver next to his body, along with five empty shell casings. Investigators believe he was trying to reload, as there was live ammunition also found near his body. Police said he had been convicted of multiple domestic violence incidents and had two active protective orders against him. The officer who was shot in the arm was rushed to the hospital and was released the next day. The incident is still under investigation by the Weber County Force Investigation Team which is on going.

LOS ANGELES - A high-speed police chase came to an abrupt end after the suspect plowed into a Cerritos intersection Wednesday morning, hitting several vehicles.

The pursuit of a suspected stolen vehicle started in the Lakewood area as the suspect led authorities through Artesia, Cerritos, Downey, Paramount and Lynwood.

A white pickup truck was traveling at a high rate of speed on the southbound 605 Freeway just before 10 a.m. in Long Beach, before the suspect got off on surface streets to Cerritos.

Driver in reportedly stolen vehicle crashes in Lakewood area
The truck was seen getting into a collision with another car in the middle of an intersection in the Lakewood area.

The pursuit ended just after 10 a.m. after the suspect plowed into the intersection of Norwalk and Del Amo boulevards and crashed into at least two other vehicles. Following the collision, the suspect got out of the truck and attempted to run away from the scene. He didn't make it very far and appeared to run with a slight limp. Within seconds, the suspect surrendered to authorities on the sidewalk where he was subsequently taken into custody.

One victim, 18-year-old Elijah, got off the car and appeared to be okay. He told FOX 11 that he feels fine and doesn't remember getting out of the car.

After first responders were able to get inside the third vehicle involved in the crash, the second victim was taken to the hospital.

New video obtained by NBC Bay Area Wednesday shows the shocking moments a naked woman with a gun ran down on the Bay Bridge and opened fire during Tuesday’s evening commute.

Commuters driving eastbound captured the chaos as the California Highway Patrol shut down all eastbound lanes coming off the Bay Bridge and the traffic was backed up for miles.

Cell phone video shows the woman walking across lanes of traffic, then pointing a gun and firing at several cars as they pass by.

But the incident started earlier in the middle of the Bay Bridge, just before 5 p.m. Tuesday. CHP received reports of a woman driving erratically on the bridge.

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Traffic nightmare on Bay Bridge after woman reportedly armed with gun arrested near toll plaza

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Woman with gun arrested near Bay Bridge Toll Plaza
Investigators said the woman got out of her car twice in the middle of traffic. Once armed with a knife. Then, she got back into her car and continued her drive towards Oakland.

When the woman stopped and got out again near the toll plaza, this time she was naked and armed with a pistol and started shooting in the air and at cars, hitting multiple vehicles.

“It became pretty clear immediately she was experiencing some sort of mental health crisis,” said CHP officer Andrew Barclay.

Barclay said the woman eventually surrendered near the I-880 ramp and is now on a mental health hold at a local hospital.

While investigators are looking into what sparked the dangerous situation and if alcohol or drugs played a factor, Barclay said the woman will likely face several charges.

“Due to the severity of the incident here, there are criminal charges that can be filed. So what we have to do is we have to allow the hospital to do their job. Give her the treatment and help that she needs and then once she is released from that, then, we can take her into custody,” Barclay said.

Despite multiple vehicles hit by gunfire, CHP said that no one was injured. It ..



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