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In the interest of providing our community with as much information as possible, Nevada County Sheriff Shannan Moon ordered the release of a Critical Incident Video detailing a tragic incident that occurred on February 4, 2021 in the community of Alta Sierra.
The video contains 9-1-1 calls, radio traffic between dispatchers and deputies, and multiple in-car dashboard cameras.
The incident began with 9-1-1 call from a concerned resident after she saw a mother and two young children walking on Alta Sierra Drive. Multiple deputies responded and located 33-year-old Ariella Crawford and her children. She immediately became upset and produced a knife. As the video and audio illustrates, efforts to de-escalate the situation were not successful. Ultimately, she charged at a deputy while holding the knife and a second deputy discharged his service weapon. Ms. Crawford died at the hospital of her injuries.
When we have a critical incident, the goal of the Sheriff’s Office is to be open and transparent. The investigation, led by the Nevada County District Attorney’s Office at the request of Sheriff Moon, is still underway.

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MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Md. — A Montgomery County Sheriff's deputy shot and killed a man Saturday morning.

The man, identified as 52-year-old Kevin Costlow, of Laytonsville, struck the deputy with a large piece of wood in the area of Olney Laytonsville Road and Fieldcrest Road in Montgomery County, authorities said in a joint press conference.

The incident happened around 8 a.m. Saturday. Montgomery County police received several 911 calls Saturday morning that a man in a Volkswagen sedan was driving erratically in the 6000 block of Maryland Route 108 between Riggs Road and Fieldcrest Road. Police Chief Marcus Jones said two cars were struck by the driver before the deputy arrived on the scene.

When the deputy arrived, he saw Costlow approaching two people with a large wooden stick, according to Sheriff Darren Popkin. The deputy was the first law enforcement officer to arrive at the scene. When the deputy intervened, the deputy and Costlow began fighting and he struck the deputy with a long piece of wood around the head and neck.

The deputy attempted to deploy his Taser, according to Popkin. When he wasn't successful, the deputy shot Costlow, the sheriff said.

During the encounter, the deputy called for backup, police said. Officers and Fire and Rescue personnel that were on their way to the incident arrived and attempted life-saving measures on Costlow.

Costlow was pronounced dead at the scene, and the deputy was taken to a local hospital for treatment. He's expected to be OK. Sheriff Popkin said he's expected to be released from the hospital Saturday.

The sheriff's deputy has not yet been identified by the sheriff's office. It's not clear yet what was causing the man to act erratically.

Montgomery County Police are handling the investigation. Sheriff Popkin said the deputy was wearing a body camera, but did not say whether it was recording at the time of the incident.

The deputy will be placed on administrative leave once he's released from the hospital while the investigation continues.

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Bellingham, WA --- On January 28, 2021, the city of Bellingham moved to clean the illegal encampment at City Hall. This was an endeavor taken on by multiple city departments to safely assist the campers in moving their belongings. After police secured a fortified structure and the cache of improvised weapon, many of the campers began to peacefully gather their belongings.
This video include from Bellingham Police Department was compiled from BPD body worn camera footage and depicts short portions of the hours long event encounter with Black Bloc Anarchists which some of them spitted on police officer multiple time and punched them.

2 weeks before rioters steal American flag at Bellingham City Hall.
Some Video and picture credit to Bellingham Metro News: https://bellinghammetronews.com/

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Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office --- A little before 8:15 p.m. on January 15, 2021, members of the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Gang Suppression Unit (GSU) were conducting a follow-up investigation regarding a possible gang-related shooting in the southern region of Sacramento County. During the investigation, evidence gathered led detectives to a location in Carmichael near Ranger Way and Rampart Drive.

Detectives located a vehicle connected to the investigation, occupied by at least two subjects. Gang Detectives attempted to contact the occupants of the vehicle. At some point during the contact, multiple shots were fired striking one detective and the suspect. Fire personnel responded; however, upon arrival, they pronounced the suspect identified as 25-year-old Kershawn Geiger, deceased at the scene. The wounded detective was transported from the scene to an area hospital for treatment.

Detectives say he was a 25-year-old Kershawn Geiger, a known of the 24th Street Crips gang member with a history of serious crimes. He was on parole at the time.

Multiple regional agencies assisted and established a perimeter of the surrounding area. Neighboring residents were advised to stay inside. After several hours of searching, the tactical teams were unable to locate any additional subjects involved in the incident.

Homicide detectives and Crime Scene Investigators responded to the scene and began interviewing witnesses and processing evidence. This investigation is still in its early stages and information is still developing.

The wounded detective remains hospitalized in serious, but stable condition and is expected to survive. The detective is 47 years old and a 15-year veteran of the Sheriff’s Office. The detective has held several assignments within the Sheriff’s Office including his current assignment in the Gang Suppression Unit.

The other occupant of the vehicle during the time of the incident was arrested and later booked at Sacramento County Main Jail on felony charges unrelated to this incident.

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Killeen, TX (January 10, 2021): At approximately 5:29 p.m., Killeen Police Department officers were dispatched to the 1600 block of Carrollton Avenue in reference to a 911 call in reference to a psychiatric call. Upon the officer’s arrival, he encountered an emotionally distressed man. The officer initially used his conducted energy weapon, which was ineffective, and then discharged his duty weapon during the encounter, striking the subject. The male was transported by paramedics to the Carl R. Darnall Army Medical Center and later succumbed to his injuries. He was pronounced deceased by medical personnel and Justice of the Peace Bill Cooke.

Killeen, TX (January 13, 2021): The deceased male has been identified as 52-year-old Patrick Lynn Warren, Sr. of Killeen.

The officer involved, Officer Reynaldo Contreras, is a 5-year veteran of the department. He remains on administrative leave pending the results of the investigation.

In addition to the investigation being conducted by the Texas Rangers, the Killeen Police Department is conducting a separate Internal Affairs investigation.

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The Chandler Police Department in Chandler, Arizona released Body Camera, pictures and details in a Critical Incident Briefing about an officer-involved shooting that occurred on January 2, 2021, at approximately 9:20 pm, in the area of Nevada Street and Erie Street, in the City of Chandler.

The officer at about 9:20 p.m. had been driving a fully marked patrol vehicle in the area when an officer observed, later identified as Anthony Cano 17 years-old riding a bicycle with no front headlight in the street. The officer tried to stop Cano for the traffic violation, but Cano refused to stop and fled from the officer on the bicycle, he then abandoned the bicycle and ran from the officer through the park.
While Cano ran away, he felt and Cano's gun felt to the ground, to the ground, he then stops to pick up the gun and this is when the officer involved shooting occurred, the officer fired 2 shots at Cano.

Officers remain with Cano providing medical aid until paramedic arrived.
Cano was transport to the local hospital where he remain in critical condition.

On JANUARY 6, 2021 Cano aunt, Eva Cano, who is the Organizer of a gofundme wrote: "Thank you all for your support, thoughts and prayers Anthony has made some amazing progress!"

"Some of you may have heard about my nephew. Anthony"Peanut" Cano, 17yr old, was shot by the police, twice in his back on Jan 2nd. He is injured pretty severely, and remains in ICU, on a ventilator. Being the determined, strong, healthy kid he is, he has made baby steps forward, and we pray he continues this progress. He had one surgery and has several more planned. We are expecting a lengthy hospital stay and whatever recovery God has planned for him. Your prayers & support are greatly appreciated."
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The Phoenix Police Department released a Critical Incident Briefing (CIB) video which includes information, audio, video and pictures related to an officer-involved shooting (OIS) that occurred on December 28, 2020, in the area of 27th Ave. and Orangewood Ave.

This incident started at approximately 8:45 p.m., when a woman called 911 to report that her ex-boyfriend was in the patio of her apartment and was refusing to leave. The caller also informed the 911 operator that he had been violent in the past with her and that he was causing problems for her.

The caller identified the man as 30-year-old, Jordan Crawford.

The officers arrived and the suspect was no longer at the apartment and they began to look for the Crawford.

Within minutes, Crawford was found walking through an open area of the apartment complex. An officer called out to Crawford to detain him but Crawford did not stop and told the officer that he had a gun as he placed his right hand behind his rear waistband area.

Crawford and the officer continued to talk and walk through the complex. The officer told Crawford to show him his hands, which he refused and continued to walk backwards from officers. The interaction between the officers and Crawford continued onto 27th Avenue.

Vehicle traffic stopped just missing Crawford as he crossed the street. Officers were able to contain him as he reached the east sidewalk. Once he got to the sidewalk Crawford stopped and leaned forward and began to yell with his hand behind his back. He began to count down and when he got to one, he swiftly pulled his hand from his back and the officers reacted to the threat.

Officers deployed less lethal munition to safely approach Crawford in an effort to administer first aid.

During the investigation a weapon was not recovered.

The five officers involved in this incident are all assigned to the Cactus park precinct. There were no injuries to officers or any other community members.

This incident is the subject of both an internal and a criminal investigation, which will be reviewed by the Maricopa County Attorney's Office. Conclusions about whether the actions of the officers are consistent with department policy and the law will not be made until all facts are known and the investigation is complete.

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The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office released body camera footage of an officer involved in fatal shooting leading up to what the State Attorney’s Office ruled a justifiable police shooting.

Baker, Leah Marie 29 years old, who suffered from schizophrenia was shot and killed by police after attacking an officer who was answering an April 11 calls, first to ask to be taking to a crisis center and than about a dispute at a home 1300 Golfair Blvd, Jacksonville, Florida.

Officer E. Mechling knocks on the door of the home on 1300 Golfair Boulevard. Armed with a knife, Baker answers the door, immediately stabbing Mechling in the arm.

Officer Involved Shooting:
Officer Elizabeth A. Mechling 24 years old, 1 years experience.
Officer John C. , Nobles 46 years old, 18 years experience.

State Attorney’s Office ruled actions of officers justified

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The woman who was shot inside the US Capitol during protest Wednesday afternoon was pronounced dead at an area hospital, a spokesperson with the Metropolitan Police Department confirmed

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Modesto, CA – On Tuesday, December 29, 2020, at approximately 11:30 am, Modesto Police Department Officers responded to the 2300 block of Woodland Avenue after receiving a call from a female stating her brother, 29-year-old Trevor Seever, told the family that he bought a gun the night before and was now texting the family making vague threats and stated he was on his way to their home.
Additional information was provided that Mr. Seever was on foot and had last been seen walking westbound Woodland Avenue towards The Church of the Brethren at 2301 Woodland Avenue.
Officer Joseph Lamantia, a 12-year veteran with the Modesto Police Department, was the first to arrive at the church. Shortly after Officer Lamantia arrived, Mr. Seever was located and an officer involved shooting occurred.
Mr. Seever was transported to a local hospital where he succumbed to his injuries.
During a search of the scene, no gun was located.
The officer involved in this shooting has been placed on paid administrative leave, which is standard procedure with all officer involved shootings.
Three separate and independent investigations have been launched into this incident. The Modesto Police Department is conducting both a criminal and an administrative investigation and the Stanislaus County District Attorney’s Office is conducting an independent review of this incident.
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The Ulster County Sheriff released the body cam footage yesterday from the arrest of a 26-year-old Saugerties woman that led to claims of excessive force following a traffic stop in the town of Ulster.

Shana Shaw of Saugerties was arrested December 28 around 3:45 p.m. on the charges of resisting arrest, driving with a suspended license and marijuana possession. Shaw posted a 43-second video recorded by a bystander the same day, which showed her being pulled from her car and handcuffed on the ground by two officers. She told Hudson Valley One that she believes the deputy used excessive force, resulting in a concussion, nerve damage in her wrist from the handcuffs, and bruises on her body, which put her out of work for three days. She said she made a formal complaint and planned to sue the sheriff’s department.

The 8-minute 39-second body cam video sheds more light on the interaction between Shaw and Deputy Brian Woltman that unfolded that afternoon in the Buffalo Wild Wings parking lot. The video begins with Woltman approaching Shaw’s vehicle. She asks why she was pulled over. The deputy responds: “you cut me off without signaling back there on 9W,” and “your license is suspended.” Shaw responds that she did signal and says she just cleared the suspended license but the paperwork was at home.

Woltman replies, “that stinks.”

Shaw then suggests having someone pick up the car and explains that she’s there to meet a friend. Woltman then asks her to “hop out.” Shaw complies, and then asks why she had to get out of the vehicle. Woltman replies that it’s because she’s being placed under arrest for driving without a license.

At this point, the tone of the interaction changes.

“Let’s not make things difficult,” says Woltman.“Let’s make this very easy.”

Shaw says the deputy can follow her home to see the paperwork for her license and that she can prove it.

“No, I’m not following you home,” says Woltman.

“So you’re going to arrest me after I just left work, and I’m a nurse?” says Shaw, who said earlier this week she is a nurse assistant.

Woltman asks Shaw to step closer to him. She says no and gets back into her car, saying she was going to call her lawyer.

Deputy Woltman follows her, standing in front of the driver’s side door and calling for backup. He then grabs her arm and tells her she’s under arrest.

For around the next six minutes, Deputy Woltman and Shaw go back and forth, saying “you’re under arrest, stop resisting,” and “I’m not resisting.” At one point, Woltman says “I’m going to taze you if you don’t get out of the car.”

When Shaw says someone is filming the interaction, Woltman replies he is also recording the situation. Eventually, another officer approaches from the passenger side, trying to calm Shaw down. He can be heard saying, “look at me, just listen to me for a second.”

Following that, the body cam video reaches the point at which the bystander video began: Deputy Woltman pulls Shaw out of the vehicle, and she can be seen handcuffed while laying stomach-down on the pavement. She yells “I’m not resisting” and “Ow, you’re hurting me.”

Shaw was then brought to the back of the police vehicle. She yells,“I fell on my fucking head,” before an officer shut the door with her in the back seat. The video ends shortly after that.

The Ulster County Sheriff’s Office’s Facebook post with the body cam footage has been viewed almost 300,000 times and led to over 4,000 comments.

In a post accompanying the video, Sheriff Juan Figueroa explains why it was released.

“I found it prudent to release the body camera footage of the event that occurred on December 28, 2020 in a parking lot in the Town of Ulster, as this event has already garnered community attention. Encounters with law enforcement can be unpredictable, and although this is not to say one way or the other that anyone is at fault, this will at least shed light on the event as it occurred in real time. Like all technology, devices such as body cameras, cell phones and similar devices are machines with limitations. This complaint remains under investigation.”

At approximately 1:13 a.m., a Lisle Police Officer observed a person operating a vehicle approximately 20-miles above the posted speed limit near the 1500 block of Ogden Avenue. The officer activated his emergency lights and initiated a traffic stop. While the officer was receiving notification that the vehicle was reported stolen out of Chicago, the vehicle fled westbound on Ogden Avenue at a high rate of speed.

The fleeing vehicle then traveled north onto Naper Boulevard. Lisle Police Officers located the vehicle on the entrance ramp to eastbound I-88, where it was determined to have been involved in a single-vehicle crash. Officers worked to free the driver and passenger from the vehicle until the Naperville Fire Department arrived and transported the driver and passenger to Edward-Elmhurst Hospital in Naperville, where the driver was later pronounced dead.

“This was a tragic and unfortunate event. I appreciate the response from our officers and assistance from our law enforcement partners, including the Naperville Police and Fire Departments, Illinois State Police, and the DuPage County Sheriff’s Office and State’s Attorney’s Office,” Chief Ron Wilke said.

The deceased has been identified as a 30-year-old Marcus L. Thomas from Chicago.

At the time of the event, Thomas had a revoked Illinois driver’s license and was wanted by the U.S. Marshal’s Service for weapon offenses. Two loaded firearms, a .45-caliber Masterpiece Arms MAC-10 and a Glock .40-caliber handgun were recovered from the floorboard of the driver’s seat.

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Webster Groves, Missouri --- The Webster Groves Police Department released dash cam (2) of an officer involved in a fatal shooting that occurred on the fast lane of westbound I-44 near Elm Avenue on May 5, 2020.
On May 5, 2020 St. Louis County police said passing motorists reported a motorist was stalled in the westbound lanes of Interstate 44 between Elm and Shrewsbury.
Two Webster Groves police cruisers responded.
As soon as officer Brendan McGahan
a 37-year-old married man, who has
been on the force for 7 1/2 years approach the driver side door the driver 23-year-old Qavon Webb opened fired and shot 6 times at the officer hitting him in the hand, arm and the buttocks, and “there was another one to his leg and a couple in the vest.

The two struggled and McGahan,
still on the ground, managed to return
fire with 13 shots in rapid
succession, killing the 23-year-old
Qavon Webb.

Detectives believed the car stopped due
to a mechanical failure. Webb, who
lived in Bel-Ridge, had run-ins
with police in recent years and
3 pending cases for municipal
violations including marijuana
possession and resisting arrest.
He had an active warrant for his arrest.

Even after he was shot six times,
the wounded Officer Brendan McGahan
managed to put a tourniquet to his arm.

McGahan was back home the next day.
He still has one or two bullets lodged
in his body. They’re not causing any
complications and surgery to remove
them would be risky, Curtis said.
McGahan returned to work once a
doctor and a psychologist cleared him.

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Critical Incident Briefing: Officer-Involved Shooting near 23rd Avenue and Indian School Road
DECEMBER 14, 2020 10:00 AM
Please be advised, the attached video may contain strong language as well as graphic images which may be disturbing to some people. Viewer discretion is advised.

The Phoenix Police Department released a Critical Incident Briefing (CIB) video that includes audio, visuals and information related to an officer-involved shooting which occurred in the early morning hours on November 30, 2020 in the area 2300 West Indian School Road.

At approximately 2:00 a.m., Phoenix Police Officers from the Cactus Park Precinct responded to a report of a man acting strange and appeared to be jumping onto vehicles as they were driving near Indian School Road and 23rd Avenue. The caller told 911 that he had seen the man earlier in the night and that he appeared normal but when he saw him again, he appeared to be under the influence of drugs.

“He’s trying to jump on the car, and tries to, to hit him…, to hit the car with his body,” the caller told the 911 operator. “Yeah. He’s on 23rd Avenue and Indian School.”

The two officers arrived within minutes of the call and saw the man matching the description walking in the middle of the roadway. Both officers exited their vehicle and immediately noticed a man about 35 feet away armed with a gun.

The man walked toward the officers, ignoring commands to drop the weapon.

When he was within feet of the officers, they shot at the man in an effort to stop the threat.

After the man was shot, he continued to hold on to the gun and officers repeatedly told him to throw the gun away. The man refused to comply. As additional officers arrived on scene, they used a stunbag and baton rounds to get the man to drop the gun.

However, the man did not drop the gun. Approximately six minutes after the initial shots were fired and after the less lethal munition were ineffective, the man pointed the gun at officers once again. Two additional officers fired at the suspect.

The officers continued to work to ensure that it was safe for them to approach the man, but the man continued to move toward the gun.

In order for officers to safely approach, pepper balls were used to keep the man separated from the gun. A police canine was used to the take the man into custody.

Officers rendered medical aid while they waited for fire personnel to arrive.

The man later identified as 33-year-old Ekom Udofia was transported to the hospital where he died.

The gun used by Udofia was found to be a BB gun.

There were four officers involved in the shooting. Three of the four officers are assigned to the Cactus Park Precinct. One officer has 2 years of service, one with 3 years and one with 13 years of service with the department.

The fourth officer is assigned to the Canine Unit of the Tactical Support Bureau, he has 21 years of service with the department.

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Los Angeles: Los Angeles Police Department's (LAPD) Force Investigation Division is investigating an Officer-Involved Shooting (OIS) that occurred in Devonshire Division.

On November 1, 2020, around 6:00 p.m., a man, later identified as 37-year-old Manuel Marshall Hernandez, was found inside the rear warehouse area of a grocery store in the 16900 block of Devonshire Street. A store employee told Hernandez he needed to leave the area. While he was walking Hernandez out of the store, Hernandez took a handgun from his waistband and pointed it at the employee. Hernandez fled toward the rear of the store and the employee called 9-1-1.

Devonshire Division officers responded and found Hernandez standing on top of a fixture near the front of the store. For several minutes, officers tried to convince Hernandez to surrender. Suddenly, Hernandez jumped down and ran toward the rear of the store, holding a firearm in his hand. Hernandez fired at an officer, at that time there was an officer-involved shooting.

Hernandez was not struck by gunfire and was able to run out a rear exit of the grocery store and across Balboa Boulevard. He ran into a convenience store where held the clerk at gunpoint. Additional officers responded to the area and Hernandez ultimately surrendered.

One police officer was transported to a local hospital for an injury they sustained during the officer-involved shooting. Hernandez was transported to a local hospital for a medical evaluation. No one else was injured during the incident.

A handgun was located in the convenience store and collected as part of this investigation.

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Georgia’s Glynn County Police Department released body camera footage that shows moments after 25-year-old Ahmaud Arbery was shot and killed in February.

On February 23, 2020, Ahmaud Marquez Arbery, 25-year-old man, was pursued and fatally shot while fleeing from a house under construction he had just burglarised near Brunswick in Glynn County, Georgia. Arbery had been pursued by three residents—Travis McMichael and his father Gregory, who were driving a pickup truck trying to stop the burglar, Arbery to talk to him and wait for the police to arrive. The third resident is William "Roddie" Bryan, who followed Arbery in a second vehicle who record the video of the shooting with his phone.

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On 9/24/2017 a neighbor and relative called 911 about a domestic violence incident at the Arbery house involving Marcus Arbery, Jr. and his girlfriend.

Full Body Cam: Deputies encounter with Ahmaud Arbery in November 2017.

FULL Body Cam: Ahmaud Arbery arrested for stealing a TV At Wal-Mart Dec 01 2017.

On 7/12/2019, Ahmaud Arbery's father Marcus called 911 reporting a suspicious black man around his house.

Just before Ahmaud Arbery was shot by Gregory McMichael and Travis McMichael an unidentified caller made a report to 911 about a black male in a white t-shirt inside a house under construction. Two other videos recently released appears to show Arbery inside a house under construction.

On 7/12/2019, Ahmaud Arbery's father Marcus called 911 reporting a suspicious black man around his house.

On 10/25/2019, homeowner Larry English called police about a black man trespassing at his home being built at 220 Satilla Shores in Brunswick, Georgia. This was about 4 months before the fatal shooting of Ahmaud Arbery on 2/23/2020. He called police on 5 occasions about people being in the house before the shooting.

On 11/17/2019, homeowner Larry English 2nd called police about a white man and woman trespassing at his home being built at 220 Satilla Shores in Brunswick, Georgia.

On 11/18/2019, homeowner Larry English called police about a black man trespassing at his home being built at 220 Satilla Shores in Brunswick, Georgia.

On 2/11/2020, Travis McMichael called police about a black man trespassing at 220 Satilla Shores. This was 12 days before the fatal shooting of Ahmaud Arbery.

video appears to show what prosecutors called “video of Arbery burglarizing a home immediately preceding the chase and confrontation."

William "Roddie" Bryan phone video of the shooting.
Attorneys for the McMichaels argue they were justified to pursue Arbery because they suspected he was a burglar and that Travis McMichael acted in self-defense.

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Genoa Township, Delaware County, Ohio-
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On December 2, a little after 1 AM, Officer Mike Sigman and K9 Ben were requested by the Ohio State Highway Patrol to back them up on a traffic stop on I-71 South of 36/37. They also requested Ben sniff around the car due to several indicators that drugs may be onboard.

The driver was uncooperative, refused to obey commands to exit the vehicle, and the Trooper saw a gun next to him on the seat.

"As you can see from the video the Trooper and Officer Sigman were engaged in a very tense situation that could have turned out tragically and both of them acted with great restraint and professionalism." Chief Steve Gammill
The driver fled and was later arrested after a lengthy pursuit. Police later charged the suspect for improperly handling a firearm in a motor vehicle and carrying a concealed weapon.

"I want to commend Officer Sigman and the Trooper for a job well done." Chief Steve Gammill

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The Baltimore County Police Department released body camera of an armed robbery that occurred November 30, 2020 at a CVS store.

Officers were dispatched to a CVS store for an armed robbery late Monday night, November 30, 2020. Three suspects were subsequently caught and arrested.
POFC Lawrence's body worn camera video caught the arrest of one suspect during the in-progress robbery inside the store on Joppa Rd in Parkville, MD. *Editors note: the correct time of the incident is 11:34 pm on Monday, Nov 30, 2020. The date is erroneously depicted in the video as Dec 1, 2020.

The suspects were identified as 21-year-old Taiquan Da’jon Fuqua of Carney,

Two other suspects, 22-year-old David Roosevelt Fulgham, III, of Baltimore and 21-year-old Dylan Launclet Smith of York, Pennsylvania, jumped out a window with prescription medications but were spotted near the city/county line and arrested following a short foot chase.

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Los Lunas, NM - On November 19, 2020, at approximately 8:32 a.m., a New Mexico State Police Officer observed a grey Chrysler 200 passenger vehicle with an Indiana license plate and rear end damage traveling north at a speed of 93 mph on Manzano Expressway in Los Lunas, NM. The posted speed limit in that area is 45 mph. Before the officer was able to turn on his emergency equipment, the vehicle abruptly pulled to the right of the road and stopped. The officer exited his unit to make contact with the driver of the Chrysler. The driver sped away and as a result the officer initiated a pursuit.
The pursuit continued north on Manzano Expressway at a high rate of speed. The suspect drove his vehicle in and out of opposing lanes of traffic. This forced the driver of a white box truck to leave the roadway in order to avoid a head-on collision. During the 3-minute pursuit, tire deflation devices were deployed. The suspect avoided the devices by traveling into oncoming traffic. This prompted a State Police supervisor to immediately terminate the pursuit as the fleeing driver’s disregard for other motorists became more apparent.
After the pursuit was terminated, State Police officers stopped to check on the driver in the white box truck. The driver of the white box truck was visibly shaken up due to the near collision. At approximately 8:39 a.m. as officers were speaking with said driver, dispatch notified them of a male subject standing in the middle of Manzano Expressway attempting to stop traffic. Officers responded to the area where the male subject was reported to be standing in the road.
When State Police officers arrived to the location described by dispatch, they saw the suspect from the pursuit standing in the middle of the road next to the grey Chrysler 200. Officers also observed clothing in the southbound lane of Manzano Expressway. As the officers were trying to talk to the suspect, he kneeled on the ground and made the symbol of a gun with his right hand towards his head.
The officers attempted to conduct a felony stop to safely take the suspect into custody. As officers gave him commands, he ignored their commands and began to walk towards the front of his vehicle. The suspect told a State Police sergeant “you can cuff me” and told the second officer to stay where he was at. The State Police sergeant approached the suspect and secured the suspect’s right hand in a handcuff. At that time, the suspect turned towards the State Police sergeant, grabbed his duty weapon and attempted to pull the gun from the sergeant’s holster.
Fearing for the sergeant’s life, New Mexico State Police Officer Gene Gonzales drew his duty weapon and fired two rounds in an attempt to stop the attack on the sergeant. The suspect was struck twice by the officer’s gunfire. The officers immediately called an ambulance for the suspect. Moments later, the suspect is heard on the body worn camera saying, “Can you finish me, please?” to which Officer Gonzales replied, “No.”
Officers tried multiple times to safely secure the suspect. He refused to comply with their commands. Officers feared he would continue attempts to disarm them. Officers asked the suspect why he tried to take the sergeant’s gun and the suspect responded, “That’s what I thought you were supposed to do.”
While trying to safely render aid, the suspect attempted to stand up again and stated, “(expletive) you all Mexicans, stupid (expletive), that’s why I am coming for all you all.” The suspect then laid back on the ground at which point the officers were able to render aid until EMS personnel arrived.
EMS arrived on scene and the suspect was transported to a hospital in Albuquerque where he later succumbed to his injuries. Through the Office of the Medical Investigator, the suspect was later identified as Rodney Applewhite (25) of South Bend, Indiana.
During the course of their investigation, New Mexico State Police Investigations Bureau agents learned that at approximately 7:30 a.m. the same day the Valencia County Sheriff’s Office received a 911 call in reference to a burglary on Pueblitos Road in Belen, NM. Agents met with the reporting party and learned that a male subject had entered their residence while they were inside. When confronted by the female homeowner, the male subject asked the homeowner, "Is this my house?" The homeowner told him no. The male subject then asked if this was South Bend, Indiana. The homeowner said no and told him to leave the residence. The homeowner stated the male subject exited the residence and drove away in a passenger vehicle with rear-end damage, an out of state license plate, and a broken front passenger window. The description of the male given to agents by the homeowner matched Applewhite and his vehicle.
New Mexico State Police Officer Gene Gonzales was placed on standard administrative leave.
Officer Gonzales has been with the New Mexico State Police for approximately 12 years

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INCIDENT VIDEO 1:
This is body-worn camera video from Volusia Sheriff's Office Deputy Brady Bergeron, who was involved in yesterday's November 21- 2020 shooting of an armed suspect who shot and wounded a New Smyrna Beach police officer.

The deceased suspect was identified as Matthew Thomas, 25, of Holly Hill.

Deputy Bergeron, 24, was hired by the Sheriff's Office in April 2019 and has prior law enforcement experience at Daytona Beach PD.

The injured officer from New Smyrna Beach Police Department is Ralph Hunnefeld. Hunnefeld and his fellow NSBPD officers David McCallister and Margaret Deal also returned fire at Thomas.

The Florida Department of Law Enforcement is conducting the investigation into this shooting.

NSB POLICE OFFICER WOUNDED IN SHOOTING; SUSPECT KILLED WHEN POLICE AND DEPUTY RETURN FIRE

An armed suspect who fled from police this afternoon in Port Orange shot and wounded a New Smyrna Beach police officer before police and a Volusia sheriff’s deputy returned fire, killing him. The NSB police officer was taken to a hospital and is recovering from his injury.

The incident started around 4 p.m. at Nova and Spruce Creek roads, where a Port Orange police officer attempted a traffic stop on a driver of a green Lincoln sedan who took off fleeing recklessly at high speed. Officers followed the car at a distance as it headed toward New Smyrna Beach.

When the car reached the area of Turnbull Street and Industrial Park Avenue, a deputy deployed stop sticks and the car crashed outside a storage facility, where the suspect bailed out and ultimately started firing at police. Around 4:17 p.m., the officer was shot. Moments later, the suspect was shot by return fire.

INCIDENT VIDEO 2 with the same Volusia Sheriff's Deputy Brady Bergeron:
STRANDED MOM FINDS KINDNESS FROM VOLUSIA SHERIFF’S OFFICE

Two Volusia sheriff’s deputies opened their hearts and their wallets early Wednesday to help an Orlando mom who was found at a gas station in New Smyrna Beach with no money for a place to stay, nor a second car seat to travel safely with her two small daughters.

Deputies learned of the family’s plight from an off-duty Seminole sheriff’s deputy who said the woman was observed driving with an infant on her lap and then looking for help at the BP station at State Road 44/County Road 415.

The woman told Volusia deputies she was traveling to the beach for a few days and planned to rent an Airbnb in New Smyrna Beach, using her debit card to pay for it. But she said she had no money because her debit card and ID had been stolen in Orlando. She said she was asking for money to buy gas.

After Deputy Brady Bergeron noticed her car contained only one car seat for a toddler and no seat for her 5-month-old infant, the woman said she had no way to pay for a car seat and no friends or family that could help her.

So Deputy Bergeron went to Wal-Mart and bought a car seat for the baby to travel in. He installed the new car seat and safely adjusted the existing car seat for her 2-year-old sister. Food and water were provided from the BP station.

After determining the family had no place to stay for the night, VSO Sgt. Austin Hairston followed suit and made arrangements for the family to stay at a hotel in Edgewater. Deputies followed the family to the hotel where they helped them check in.

Sheriff Mike Chitwood commended the dedication and generosity of the deputies who stepped in to help a citizen in need. All involved will be receiving letters of commendation.

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The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office released body camera of
an officer Involved in a fatal Shooting that occurred during
a traffic stop on November 17, 2020 at about 10:40 p.m.
near the intersection of San Juan and Cassat avenues.

Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office Chief of Investigations
T.K. Waters initially said in a statement that officers
pulled the carover for failing to maintain a single lane

Four officers fired 35 shots. The officers, the driver and the backseat passenger were not hurt in the shooting.

The Medical Examiner advising that the suspect, Devon Tillman/Gregory 19-year-old suffered from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.”

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The NYPD 113th Precinct Release of Body Camera Footage from a Police-Involved Firearm Discharge that Occurred on Oct. 8 2020.
November 20, 2020

The NYPD is releasing today body-worn camera footage from an officer-involved shooting that occurred on Oct. 8, 2020, in the confines of the 113th Precinct.

The video includes available evidence and details leading up to the incident as well as during the incident.

The Suspect Tyran Dent, 24 shot 5 times at the officers and the officers shot a total of 59 times.

The Suspect Tyran Dent was previously involved in a shooting. Dent was wanted for shooting and wounding two men and two women on Merrick Blvd. near Foch Blvd. in Jamaica early on Sept. 20, police said.

“I’ve been in jail and I ain’t going back,” he subsequently wrote on social media, referring to his prison stint on a gun charge.

The NYPD is releasing this video for clear viewing of the totality of the incident.

All NYPD patrol officers are equipped with body-worn cameras. The benefits of cameras are clear: transparency into police activity, de-escalation of police encounters and accountability for police officers, through an independent account of interactions between the police and the citizens they serve. Body-worn cameras serve as a vital part of ongoing efforts to increase trust between the police and all New Yorkers.
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NYPD - Bronx District Attorney Darcel D. Clark today released the report on the investigation into the fatal shooting of Kawaski Trawick inside his apartment by a member of the New York City
Police Department on April 14, 2019, as well as the body camera, surveillance camera video of the shooting and the events leading up
to it.

On April 14, 2019, at 11:08 p.m., Police Officer Brendan Thompson of the New York City
Police Department shot Kawaski Trawick to death in his apartment at a supportive housing facility in the Bronx while responding to a complaint that Mr. Trawick had harassed the building’s
superintendent.
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Soon after he shot three people, a panicked 17-year-old Kyle Rittenhouse told a friend he expected to go to jail for life, but that if he had not fired, he would "probably be dead."

The account comes from a newly released video of a Kenosha detective questioning Dominick Black, the 19-year-old charged with buying Rittenhouse the rifle he used to kill two people and injure a third.

“The dude’s sweating like a pig. He’s just freaking out. His face is white,” Black said of Rittenhouse.

“He’s like, ‘I’m going to jail for the rest of my life. I’m done.’ He’s just scared. I'm just trying to calm him down."

Rittenhouse was charged with two counts of homicide and faces four other charges in connection with the Aug. 25 Kenosha protest shootings that killed Joseph Rosenbaum, 36, and Anthony Huber, 26, and injured Gaige Grosskreutz, 26.

He was released Friday afternoon from the Kenosha County Jail after his attorney posted the $2 million bail. His legal team has said he acted in self-defense.

Black faces charges of intentionally providing a dangerous weapon to a minor, resulting in death. He was bound over for trial earlier this week.

Black and Rittenhouse told police they had were in Kenosha to protect a car lot during the unrest that followed the police shooting of Jacob Blake. Both were armed.

Detective Ben Antaramian questioned Black for about an hour the morning of Aug. 26 at the police station in Antioch, Illinois, where Rittenhouse had turned himself in.

The video adds more detail to documents released last month by Antioch police that described Black's initial account to police there after the shooting. Rittenhouse's sister also was questioned that night. A video of Rittenhouse's interview has not yet been released.

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