Stockton Police released bodycam footage of shooting death of Officer Jimmy Inn and suspect Lance Lowe.
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STOCKTON, Calif. (KABC) -- WARNING: The video is very disturbing to watch.
Heart-stopping video was released Tuesday of a deadly police shooting in Stockton on May 11.
There were 911 calls of a possible assault at a home around 9:45 a.m. Officer Jimmy Inn, 30, arrived at the home and was shot almost immediately, as the body camera footage shows.
Inn's partner heard the gunshots and saw the man with a gun standing over the injured officer. The suspect is seen shooting at the second officer, who returns fire from his patrol car.
Then, the suspect brings out his 8-year-old son and starts strangling him, and the officer is heard yelling "Let the kid go .........

1 day, 23 hours ago

San Antonio police release body-cam video of West Side shooting that left 2 dead, officer injured. The shooting happened around 11:27 a.m., April 16, in the 2300 block of Pinn Road when Officer Tyler Sauvage, a five-year veteran, conducted a traffic stop on a blue pickup truck.

Officer Tyler Sauvage made a traffic stop of a vehicle occupied by three individuals. During the stop, one of the occupants opened fire on the officer striking him on his hand. Sauvage managed to retreat and return fire, killing the passenger - 25-year-old Alex Anthony Garcia - as well as the driver, Sammie Joe Barbosa, 33.

A third occupant, a 22-year-old woman whose name hasn't been released, was graved in the upper torso by a bullet.

1 week, 5 days ago

Officer is doing a walk thru of the school to make sure students and staff are safe but is told to leave.
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2 weeks, 6 days ago

State Sen. Sandra Cunningham (D-Hudson), who serves as deputy majority leader, sideswiped two cars on Culver Avenue in Jersey City around 9:30 a.m. on March 4, 2021. She was charged with a DWI
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3 weeks, 1 day ago

Bodycam Footage of Cops Shooting Man Holding His Fiancée at Knifepoint


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Baltimore, Maryland — The Baltimore Police Department released body cam footage of an officer-involved shooting that took place in a Broadway East home Sunday morning. Baltimore police say officers fatally shot a man who was holding a woman at knifepoint. Police identified the man as 49-year-old Timothy Fleming, of Baltimore. On Sunday, May 16, officers responded to the 1800 block of E. Lafayette Ave for a report of a man wielding a knife. Once on location, Harrison says Officer Gaston Melendez and his trainee arrived at the location and spoke to a child who said he had called 911 on his father, who was attempting to stab his mother with a knife. Officers witnessed, Timothy Fleming, holding his fiancée, Shannon Burnham, on the floor at knifepoint.

A relative of the fiancée is also seen in the video. Officers attempted to de-escalate the situation by speaking with Fleming and asking him to drop the weapon or let the victim go. Fleming ignored the officers’ commands and leaned towards the victim as if he was going to stab the victim. Two officers discharged their weapons, striking Fleming. Officer Melendez fired his weapon two times. Officer Zimmerman fired his weapon seven times. An officer was able to rescue the victim to safety. She had not been stabbed. The trainee rendered aid to Fleming. Medics responded to the scene and pronounced him dead.

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1 month ago

No deputies will be charged in ‘justified’ shooting death of Andrew Brown Jr., DA says
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1 month, 1 week ago

Fremont police released body cam footage of police officer Brian Burch dodging gunfire from a man who tried to flee police in a suspected stolen car on March 24. Burch returned fire and struck the man, who is identified as Joshua Gloria. He died. Originally aired 4/16/2021
Mirrored from Mercury News - https://youtu.be/gl_1ZZlQT5Y

1 month, 2 weeks ago

Chicago, Illinois — The Civilian Office of Police Accountability released video of the fatal police shooting of 13-year-old Adam Toledo. Video footage of the shooting, released shows a CPD officer, later identified as Eric Stillman, shooting Adam once in the chest around 2:30 a.m. on March 29, 2021 in the alley of the 2300 block of South Spaulding. Adam was shot after he and another man, 21-year-old Ruben Roman, allegedly ran away from police who were responding to the area for a report of gunfire. In the video footage, Adam was holding a gun and dropped it behind a fence before slightly turning towards the officer with his hands raised. The officer then discharges his firearm, striking Adam once in the chest. Stillman immediately called for medical assistance after the shooting and also immediately rendered aid to Toledo after the shooting. ShotSpotter video released by COPA supports the narrative prosecutors gave in court. It records six to eight gunshots, which along with 911 calls prompted police to respond to the area. At the scene, police arrested Roman who is the other person in the alley seen on the bodycam video. He remains locked up on gun and child endangerment charges related to the shooting.

2 months ago

Columbus police release body camera footage after officer fatally shoots 16-year-old girl
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Full bodycam footage from officer Thomas Lane leading up to and after George Floyd's May 2020 arrest

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What happened before the police put his knee on the George Floyd's neck? The action, we are told, that lead to his alleged death? Bodycams exist so that we can know what happened, but they hid this footage. The officers struggled 20 minutes to detain the man who was clearly not feeling well and suffering. He even asked the officers to STAY with him?

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Los Lunas, New Mexico — 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. 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 and 5 months.

6 months, 2 weeks ago

Sacramento, California — On November 14, 2020 at approximately 6:30 p.m., Sacramento Police Department patrol officers responded to reports of reckless driving on the 1600 block of Juliesse Avenue in North Sacramento. When officers arrived on scene, they observed a boxing event at a warehouse on that block. A patrol sergeant remained in the area to conduct administrative tasks unrelated to the event. At approximately 8:00 p.m. the sergeant observed a crowd beginning to flee from the warehouse. One witness running from the scene told the sergeant that a Hispanic male was armed with a gun.

Shortly after, the sergeant heard shots being fired in the area of the warehouse. The sergeant ran towards the gunfire and confronted an armed suspect who was pointing a firearm at the crowd inside of the warehouse. The sergeant discharged his firearm, striking the suspect. The suspect was later identified as 38-year-old Augustine Morales. Surveillance footage from the same time frame captured Morales acting erratically and recklessly waving a firearm in the direction of the crowd. The surveillance footage also captured Morales approaching the open doors of the warehouse and aiming his gun at the crowd while an unknown subject inside of the building fired a weapon in his direction.

Almost immediately after, the sergeant arrived and fired at Morales. Officers rendered medical aid to Morales until relieved by Sacramento Fire Department personnel. The suspect was transported to a local hospital, where he was pronounced deceased. His firearm, and a partially loaded magazine, was recovered on scene. Officers located a victim of a shooting who had sustained a non-life-threatening gunshot wound. Based on the investigation thus far, it is not believed the victim was struck by the sergeant’s firearm. The shooter from the warehouse has not been identified at this time.

6 months, 2 weeks ago

Bodycam footage from officer Thomas Lane leading up to and after George Floyd's arrest.

7 months, 2 weeks ago

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7 months, 2 weeks ago

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania — Philadelphia police released body camera video of two officers shooting Walter Wallace Jr. on Oct. 26. The video and audio released captures Wallace's final moments, the 911 calls that led up to it, and the neighborhood erupting in shock and grief after seeing and hearing the shots. Police say Wallace, a 27-year-old man, ignored two officers orders to drop a knife before they opened fire on him during a house call. Police Commissioner Danielle Outlaw identified the two patrol officers who opened fire on Wallace as Officers Sean Matarazzo, 25, and Thomas Munz, 26. Neither had more than three years of experience in the department. Attorney for Walter Wallace Jr.'s family said that the Wallace family is not calling for the police officers who fired the fatal shots to be charged with murder. No decision has been made if charges will be filed against the officers.

7 months, 2 weeks ago

Seattle, Washington State - The Seattle Police Department (SPD) has released body-worn, dash cam, and surveillance video from the ongoing investigation into the Thursday officer-involved shooting in South Lake Union. The suspect can be seen in the video using a burning piece of lumber to attack an officer in his patrol car. The suspect then runs away as the officer opens fire. Detectives later booked the 37-year-old suspect, who was not struck by gunfire, into King County Jail. The officer, Caleb Pomazon, has been with the Seattle Police Department for one year and is currently on paid administrative leave per department policy. Around 1:30 PM, an officer was in their patrol vehicle in an alley between Dexter Avenue and John Street looking for a man who was reportedly brandishing a flaming piece of lumber.

The officer found the man, who threw the flaming lumber—believed to be a 2×2—into the patrol vehicle while the officer was still inside. Additional responding officers chased the man into a parking garage where they deployed a taser and took him into custody. One officer is believed to have discharged a firearm during the incident. The suspect was not struck. Additionally, as officers were arresting the man, the flames from the burning lumber engulfed the entire patrol vehicle. One officer was transported to Harborview Medical Center with non-life-threatening burns.

8 months, 1 week ago

Fishhawk Ranch, Florida. At approximately 12:43 p.m. on October 11, 2020, deputies responded to a home in the Fishhawk Ranch neighborhood of Lithia to assist Gracepoint with an involuntary mental health evaluation. Gracepoint will often request the assistance of law enforcement during these types of evaluations. At this time, Nicholas Furgason, 21, was cooperating with both deputies and Gracepoint personnel. After approximately one hour of medical officials speaking with and evaluating Furgason, at 1:52 p.m., upon learning that he would be admitted to Gracepoint under Florida's Baker Act, Furgason fled from the home on foot into a heavily wooded area. Deputy Charles Williams pursued him on foot while Deputy Nicholas Cruz followed behind them in an HCSO marked patrol car. After a brief pursuit, Deputy Williams came into contact with Furgason on a wooded trail, and in an effort to calm him down, used de-escalation techniques. Deputy Williams took Furgason's right arm and attempted to detain him. Unknown to the deputy, Furgason had a knife on him. Furgason pulled the knife out with his left hand, reached over his right shoulder, and stabbed Deputy Williams in the neck.

Furgason again fled from the area while ignoring verbal commands from Deputy Williams to stop. Deputy Williams continued his pursuit for another 100 yards before successfully deploying his taser on Furgason. At this time, both Deputy Williams and Deputy Cruz were able to detain him. After applying QuikClot gauze to the laceration on his neck, Deputy Williams was transported to a local hospital. He was released on Monday morning. Furgason was also taken to the hospital for evaluation. He was cleared and then booked into jail. He is charged with Attempted Felony Murder of a Law Enforcement Officer, Resisting an Officer With Violence, and Resisting an Officer Without Violence. He is being held at the Falkenburg Road Jail on no bond. Furgason was arrested in February of 2019 on charges including Battery (Domestic Violence), Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon, and Resisting an Officer Without Violence. Deputy Williams has been employed with the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office since September of 2017.

8 months, 2 weeks ago

Louisville police released footage from officers' body cameras that shows the shooting that injured Nicholas Moses, along with what led up to it, and the aftermath. Though Lamb already has been cleared of criminal wrongdoing by the Boulder County district attorney, Louisville police are still conducting their own internal investigation to determine whether the responding officers followed departmental protocol. Moses, 25, was sitting in the driver's seat of a pickup truck when Lamb and Officer Ben Himes responded to a call of suspicious people and possible drug activity at the Village Square Shopping Center in the 500 block of South Boulder Road. On Himes's body camera, Moses can be seen initially getting out of the truck and following the officers' commands before running back to the vehicle as Lamb follows him and reaches into the driver window. Moses's father, John, and a dog can be seen in the passenger seat. Himes then deploys his stun gun on Moses, who backs up the truck and continues to try to get it in gear. On both body camera reels, Lamb can be heard saying, "Get out of the car right now!" repeatedly, followed by "I will (expletive) shoot you." Lamb can be seen alternating between a handgun and what appears to be his stun gun in the other hand. The footage then shows Moses backing up, before going forward again, and driving past Lamb — who fires seven shots into the driver's side of the truck as it goes past him, causing Moses to crash the vehicle a few yards away.

Moses, who was hit twice in the arm, is helped out of the driver's side door by Lamb, who applies a tourniquet to Moses's arm while John Moses gets out from the passenger side and is handcuffed by Himes. The dog was killed in the shooting. In the video, Moses can be heard asking "Am I going to die?" Lamb tells him he is not going to die as he applies the tourniquet, and Moses responds, "I'm sorry. I just didn't want to go to jail." Both men had outstanding warrants out for their arrest at the time of the shooting. Moses also can be heard telling Himes, who was placing his father in custody, that, "It wasn't his idea, it was mine," and, "Dad, I'm sorry." After Moses apologizes again, Lamb said, "That was a stupid idea. You rammed my patrol car and I thought you were going to run us over. That's why I shot you." Yet at no point in the video does it appear either officer was ever in front of the truck, and witnesses also said they never saw the truck drive in the direction of either Lamb or Himes. District Attorney Michael Dougherty wrote in his assessment of the shooting that state law allows the use of physical force "to effect an arrest or to prevent the escape from custody of an arrested person" and "to defend himself or a third person from what he reasonably believes to be the use or imminent use of physical force while effecting or attempting to effect such an arrest or while preventing or attempting to prevent such an escape."

But the Louisville Police Department's use-of-force guidelines state that "officers should move out of the path of an approaching vehicle instead of discharging their firearm at the vehicle or any of its occupants. An officer should only discharge a firearm at a moving vehicle or its occupants when the officer reasonably believes there are no other reasonable means available to avert the threat of the vehicle, or if deadly force other than the vehicle is directed at the officer or others." Lamb also told investigators he saw Moses throughout the incident reaching around in the truck, and was worried he was trying to find a weapon. Louisville police would not comment on the status of their internal investigation. Both Lamb and Himes were placed on administrative leave during the investigation but have since been restored to limited duty. Moses is facing charges of felony menacing, criminal mischief, obstructing a police officer, resisting arrest, reckless endangerment, reckless driving, driving under revocation and drug possession. Moses's father also faces two drug-possession charges. Heroin was found in the vehicle, according to police. Both men are in custody at the Jefferson County Detention Center.

8 months, 2 weeks ago

Marion County, Florida
On October 4, 2020, Deputy Elliott of MCSO responded to a residence in reference to a call about a disturbance. When he arrived to check on the individuals at the location, Geoffrey Gomm (DOB 10/21/83) punched a window from inside the residence. Deputy Elliott remained persistent and attempted to communicate with Gomm as he exited the residence while trying not to escalate Gomm’s erratic behavior. Gomm resisted Deputy Elliot’s attempts to calm him down and speak with him, then entered his own vehicle. Gomm then rammed his vehicle into Deputy Elliott’s patrol car, (which was unoccupied). Gomm then backed up and rammed the patrol car a SECOND TIME, which caused extensive damage to the driver side deploying the air bags. Deputy Elliott was ultimately able to get him to exit the vehicle and eventually comply with commands. As it is seen in the video, Gomm remained highly verbal and aggressive towards all individuals in the area. Gomm was placed under arrest for Felony Criminal Mischief, Resisting without Violence and transported to the Marion County Jail, where he is being held without bond.

8 months, 2 weeks ago

Los Angeles, California — On September 26, 2020, around 9:59 p.m., a male Hispanic, later identified as 29-year-old, Jose Guzman, entered the front lobby of the Harbor Community Police Station. Guzman was met by the Harbor Area uniformed desk officer at which time Guzman engaged the officer in a physical altercation by punching him on the face causing the officer to fall backwards onto the floor. While on the ground Guzman began to struggle over the officer’s gun and managed to remove the gun from the officer’s holster and gain control of the gun. Guzman continued his assault and hit the officer on the head with the gun causing lacerations and immediate bleeding. As Guzman stood up he pointed the gun at the officer and began to retreat towards the front door. The on-duty Assistant Watch Commander (AWC) responded to the front lobby at which point the officer informed the AWC that Guzman had his gun. As the AWC turned to address Guzman, he turned and fired at the AWC which precipitated an Officer-Involved-Shooting.

Guzman was not struck by gunfire and fled the station in his vehicle. Responding officers observed Guzman’s vehicle and initiated a pursuit which terminated at Pacific Avenue and 17th Street, where he was taken into custody involving of a non-categorical use of force. Guzman sustained minor abrasions, was medically treated and was released for booking. A loaded 9mm Berretta semi-automatic pistol was recovered from Guzman’s vehicle. The Los Angeles Fire Department paramedics responded to the scene and transported the officer to a local hospital where he was medically treated for non-life-threatening injuries and later released. LAPD’s specialized Force Investigation Division (FID) responded to the scene and began interviewing witnesses and collecting forensic evidence. A representative from the Office of the Inspector General responded and monitored the on-scene investigation.

8 months, 2 weeks ago

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8 months, 2 weeks ago

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8 months, 3 weeks ago

Atlanta Police released three lengthy bodycam videos Tuesday evening that show the moments before and after one of the officers shot a person. On Monday, September 21, 2020, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation was requested by the Atlanta Police Department to conduct an officer involved shooting investigation. Preliminary information indicates that at approximately 7:25 p.m., a 911 call was placed about a domestic disturbance near 510 Cassanova Street SE, Atlanta, Fulton County, Georgia. When officers arrived, they observed Dearian Bell, 28, of Atlanta, and his wife inside a vehicle. At some point, Bell retrieved a firearm from the vehicle and exited the vehicle. For approximately 12 minutes, Bell held the firearm and walked around the area ignoring verbal commands to put the gun down. At one point, Bell advanced toward an APD officer. At that time, the APD officer discharged her firearm, striking Bell. Officers rendered aid to Bell at the scene. Bell was transported to a local area hospital where he was pronounced deceased. No officers were injured during the incident.

8 months, 3 weeks ago

The Attorney General’s Office released video recordings from officer body-worn cameras and a Taser camera related to the shooting on August 21, 2020 in Asbury Park, N.J.,

8 months, 3 weeks ago

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8 months, 4 weeks ago

David Anthony Ware, 33, allegedly shot Zarkeshan and fatally shoot Tulsa Police Sgt. Craig Johnson, 45, and to shoot Officer Aurash Zarkeshan on June 29 during a traffic stop in east Tulsa. Zarkeshan had stopped Ware near the intersection of 21st Street and 89th East Avenue for an expired tag.
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The body camera footage from the murder of Sergeant Craig Johnson and the attempted murder of Officer Aurash Zarkeshan has been released by Tulsa Police Department. On June 29th, 2020 at 3:06 am Officer Zarkeshan stopped David Ware after he failed to yield when pulling onto the roadway, made an illegal left turn, and operated a vehicle with expired tags.

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Daniel Prude bodycam footage. 2020-03-23 Rochester, NY.
Daniel Prude was high as a kite and giving Rochester police officers a very difficult time.
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9 months, 3 weeks ago

Deon Kay Shooting Bodycam Released and Showing Cops Were JUSTIFIED – Dom B Podcast 217

18-year-old Deon Kay of DC was recently shot and killed by DC cops. The media and others made it seem as if Deon Kay was not armed, was hunted down by cops and shot in the back. Today bodycam footage showing the shooting of Deon Kay was released and it shows that cops were actually justified in the shooting of Deon Kay. It is unfortunate someone as young as Deon kay was shot and killed. However, The DC cops had every right to neutralize the threat caused by Deon Kay’s actions. The bodycam shoes Deon kay brandished a weapon as he was on the run from the cops and was then shot by the cops in the chest with a single bullet.

Was the shooting of Deon Kay Justified? Should the cop or cops be fire for the shooting of Deon Kay?

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Deon Kay Shooting Bodycam Released and Showing Cops Were JUSTIFIED – Dom B Podcast 217
Deon Kay Shooting Bodycam Released and Showing Cops Were JUSTIFIED – Dom B Podcast 217
Deon Kay Shooting Bodycam Released and Showing Cops Were JUSTIFIED – Dom B Podcast 217

9 months, 3 weeks ago

A frame by frame analysis of this footage can be found at https://copblaster.com/blast/25948/deon-kay-shooting-video-shows-kay-threw-gun-before-shots-were-fired where we uploaded screenshots clearly showing that Deon Kay threw his gun away from the officer before he was shot.

9 months, 3 weeks ago

The Metropolitan Police Department released body camera footage of an officer shooting 18-year-old Deon Kay in Southeast D.C. On Wednesday, September 2, 2020 at approximately 3:49 PM, uniformed MPD officers were in the area of the 200 block of Orange Street, Southeast, to investigate a man with a gun. Upon arrival, the officers approached individuals in a parked vehicle. Deon Kay exited the vehicle and began to run on foot. Officers pursued Kay on foot. An officer observed Kay brandish a firearm and subsequently the officer discharged his service weapon once, striking Kay in the chest. Kay’s handgun was recovered by the Department of Forensic Sciences and taken as evidence.

9 months, 3 weeks ago

Minneapolis, Minnesota
The Hennepin County judge Peter Cahill overseeing the George Floyd case has made the body worn cameras from ex-officers Thomas Lane and J. Alexander Kueng available. The video, taken from the body worn cameras shows Kueng and Lane responding to a convenience store on May 25 on a report that Floyd had allegedly used a fake $20 bill. Their former colleagues, Tou Thao and Derek Chauvin, later showed up to assist. The footage follows Lane and Kueng as they apprehend Floyd and two acquaintances. Lane holds Floyd at gunpoint and handcuffs him, and the officers briefly question the visibly panicked man before attempting to get him into their patrol SUV.

After struggling to get him into the police squad, Floyd is eventually held down by officers on the ground. Floyd is heard calling to his mother, repeatedly saying he can’t breathe and that everything hurts. After a few minutes, Senior officers Derek Chauvin and Tou Thao arrive and help wrestle him to the ground. Chauvin then places his knee on Floyd’s neck, where it stays for over nine minutes. Lane and Kueng hold down Floyd’s back and knees as Thao keeps increasingly agitated bystanders at bay. Chauvin gets up after paramedics arrive and load Floyd into an ambulance. Lane accompanies them and administers CPR as they take Floyd to an out-of-the-way street corner, while Kueng goes back into Cup Foods interviewing an employee about the alleged counterfeit $20 bill and collecting evidence.

9 months, 3 weeks ago

Bodycam Footage Shows Greenville County, SC Deputies Shoot a Man Armed With a Handgun

Bodycam video released shows Greenville County, SC deputies fatally shoot a man armed with a handgun.
Michael Joseph Culbertson, 26, was wanted on traffic warrants, including resisting arrest, failure to stop for blue lights, interfering with police and reckless driving.

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10 months ago

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10 months ago

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10 months, 3 weeks ago

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For the first time, two leaked body camera videos show the deadly encounter with George Floyd from the officers' perspective. Floyd is heard begging for help and calling for his mother for several minutes.

In one video, former officer Thomas Lane confronts Floyd and tries to get him out of an SUV, with a g** aimed in his direction. Later in the footage, Floyd drops to the ground as officers lead him toward a squad car.

"Stop falling down," one officer can be heard saying.

"I'm claustrophobic man, I'm claustrophobic, please man," Floyd responds.

The other video, also published by The Daily Mail, appears to come from the body camera worn by former rookie officer Alexander Kueng. It shows Floyd resisting the officers' attempts to put him in the squad car, and asking if he could be put in the front of the car instead.

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10 months, 3 weeks ago

Hier seht ihr die Aufnahmen einer Bodycam, welche die Verhaftung von George Floyd zeigt. Wir lassen das mal unkommentiert und vertrauen auf das Urteilsvermögen der Betrachter

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10 months, 3 weeks ago

Leaked Bodycam Footage From George Floyd Arrest Suggests That Officers Were Overcharged

The Daily Mail on Monday posted leaked bodycam footage from two of the Minneapolis police officers involved in the arrest of George Floyd. The Daily Mail very much plays up the tragedy of Floyd’s death, but some are wondering if the bodycam footage also shows that assisting officers were overcharged in the case. The Daily Mail reports that not only were Alex Kueng and Thomas Lane, the first officers on the scene, fired, but they were also charged with aiding and abetting murder — charges that might not be backed up by the bodycam footage.

He didn’t deserve to die. But are the cops guilty of aiding and abetting murder, or is that a stretch? First, they’d have to prove in court he was murdered. Will they?


10 months, 3 weeks ago

Police bodycam camera video footage shows moment-by-moment arrest of George Floyd

Floyd resisted as the cops tried to force him into the back of the car, telling them he suffers from claustrophobia and anxiety and how Officer Derek Chauvin knelt on his neck for nearly nine minutes, leading to his death, ignoring Floyd’s repeated cries of ‘I can’t breathe.’

Floyd is even heard predicting his own death. 'I'll probably just die this way,' he says.

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10 months, 3 weeks ago

Leaked police bodycam footage shows George Floyd was a real idiot.

10 months, 3 weeks ago

New Body Cam Footage could damage BLM narrative

10 months, 3 weeks ago

Just a few hours ago, the body camera of one of the officers involved in the George Floyd case was leaked.

10 months, 3 weeks ago

The exclusive footage from police body cameras reveals what everyone knew: that all of this social unrest has been a lot to do about nothing.

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10 months, 3 weeks ago

POLICE Bodycam Of George Floyd Incident

10 months, 3 weeks ago

Media and Politicians Put The Word Out, Crime Is The New Black Entitlement. Police Bodycam camera video. Black Teen young person will not get out of car for it to inventoried and towed. Police beg him but he calls his mom and refuses. After over 20 minutes the police pull him out and arrest him. Body camera video of arrest

SOUTH EUCLID, Ohio (WJW) — The actions of police officers across the country are under a microscope, and a video posted on Facebook by South Euclid Police reveals some of the challenges that officers are facing during traffic stops.

On June 16, officers pulled over a car on South Green Road for an expired license plate. According to the police report, officers discovered that the driver’s license of 22-year-old William Hansford was suspended, and under Ohio law, he was not allowed to drive.

On the police body camera video, officers repeatedly ask Hansford to get out of his car so they can search it before having it towed, but he refuses. One of the officers tells Hansford, “you can stand on the sidewalk. Sir, this is our policy. We have to inventory the car.”

Hansford tells the officers that he is on the phone with his mother, and police tell him that if she is unable to give him a ride home, they will take him home. But he still refuses to get out of the car.

An officer is heard on the video pleading with Hansford, “please exit the vehicle sir. Go, leave. You don’t need to talk to us. Go away, leave, do not get arrested, go please.”

Hansford was arrested on a charge of obstructing official business. South Euclid police say they shared the video on their Facebook page this week to show the difficulties that officers face when someone refuses to comply.

11 months, 1 week ago

Police bodycam camera video footage from Wendy's parking lot in Atlanta - Rayshard Brooks - struggle points taser gun while fleeing cop returns fire with actual gun shooting and killing Brooks parks car in Wendy drive thru and falls asleep blocking traffic. police called and respond and can barely wake him up drunk and failed breathalyzer resist arrest dindunuffin dmtbka don't make the black kids angry

1 year ago

Atlanta shooting surveillance video of police shooting killing of 27-year-old Rayshard Brooks. Pointed taser gun at cop in Wendy parking lot drive thru. Chief Erika Shields stepped down - Video evidence document African american mob gang teen racial violence crime robbery sexual assault rape attack murder kidnap knockout game race riots community dysfunction terrorize neighborhoods destroy property ruin everything and the political leftist media reporters agenda of denial deceit delusion guilt lie. racial demographics studies science on the ground altercations dmtbka

1 year ago

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1 year ago

In this video you can watch 15 'officers of the law' trying to inject me while I'm cuffed and binded after they violated my P.C. 851.5 Rights to Counsel (to call my lawyer / family within 2 HOURS of arrest)...

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1 year, 1 month ago

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – The Albuquerque Police Department released details in a presentation on Tuesday regarding an officer-involved shooting that took place on March 30, 2020.

On Tuesday, March 30, 2020, APD officers initiated a welfare check on Valente Acosta-Busttillos at a home on Edith, south of Coal at 12:52 p.m. after they received a call from a caller that identified himself as Acosta-Bustillo’s son-in-law. The caller told the dispatcher that he had not heard from Acosta-Busttillo in four to five days and that he had not been to work or picked up his check.

Officers were dispatched and arrived at the house for the welfare check at 1:13 p.m. According to APD, the responding officers had previous contact with Acosta-Bustillos and found him on the side of the house holding a shovel.

While discussing the reason for the call with Acosta-Bustillos, officers checked to see if he had any outstanding warrants. He had one felony warrant for an aggravated assault. This resulted the call to change from a welfare check to a felony arrest.

According to a release, Acosta-Bustillos stepped backward into his doorway and tried to close the security door on officers, but they followed him inside. They say once inside the doorway, Acosta-Bustillos briefly raised the shovel he was still holding sideways above his head. He then lowered the shovel back to his side and walked away from officers into a dark bedroom.

APD says officers then gave a verbal command to the 52-year-old to “get down” and to “put the shovel down.” However, Acosta-Bustillos refused and attempted to shut the bedroom door on officers. That’s when one of the officers drew his handgun while the assisting officer drew his taser.

Officers again gave verbal commands to Acosta-Bustillos, but he refused to drop the shovel. The assisting officer discharged his taser, which was ineffective. Then, Acosta-Bustillos raised the shovel over his head and started to swing it downward at officers in an “axe motion.”

According to APD, Acosta-Bustillos continued to swing the shovel at officers and closing his distance between them. One of the officer’s then fired his handgun after fearing they would be stuck with the blade of the shovel.

APD says in the past, when they’ve been at Acosta-Bustillos home, he told officers that he had done meth and cocaine. Officers believe drugs may have had something to do with his behavior the day he was killed.

1 year, 2 months ago

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1 year, 5 months ago

This is test of my body cam in Dimondale, MI. Just walking through the park on a very warm for MI day.

1 year, 6 months ago

Baltimore police released the body-worn camera footage from the Aug, 28 shootout with a suspect on E. Fayette and N. Caroline Streets. Police later identified the suspect as Tyrone Domingo Banks, 30, of the 2200 block of E. Biddle Street. Police said Banks was the suspect they were looking for since Tuesday, Aug. 26 when he allegedly tried to strike one officer with a silver SUV he was driving and then fire at another officer. The officer was shot in the leg in the area of East Fairmount and Caroline, near East Fayette Street and has since been released from Shock Trauma. The family of the bystander says a bullet shattered her finger, and glass and bullet fragments entered her neck and chest.

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1 year, 9 months ago

Colin Flaherty (Author of Don't Make the Black Kids Angry) Commentary News Video of drug traffic police stop pull over car. Suspect runs cops chase shots fired. Bodycam camera footage Perp dead shot in self defense they say dindunuffin dmtbka in Arlington Texas

2 years, 2 months ago

Complete interaction and full Body cameras and dash cam video footages obtained directly from the Lake County State’s Attorney’s Office.

On July 23, 2018, Kenneth Martell tied, robbed, beat, and stabbed to death 88-year-old Theodore Garver in his Beaver Township home in Pennsylvania. After the murder, Kenneth Martell abducted some other individuals at gunpoint and forced them to aid Martell in the disposal of the man’s body. Mr. Martell eventually dumped the body in a lake near Mr. Garver’s residence.

A murder warrant was issued for the arrest of Kenneth Martell. That warrant was pending on July 26, 2018 when Mr. Martell was shot and killed by Lakemoor Police.

Family members of Mr. Martell would later recount to police his abuse of illegal drugs including methamphetamine. Mr. Martell had made statements to friends and family that “cops were going to kill him over a drug bust” and that he was “not going down without a fight.” Officer Tedesco was driving a marked police SUV squad equipped with emergency lights and siren. She was assigned to the Lake County District in Lakemoor and was patrolling its subdivisions. She was driving northbound on Four Seasons Boulevard when she spotted an SUV backed onto a gravel path. The vehicle had its lights off. Officer Tedesco pulled into the area facing this suspicious vehicle. She engaged her squad lights. Officer Tedesco notified her location to the dispatcher. She noted that there was no license plate on the front of the car. Officer Tedesco activated her body camera and synced it with her squad camera.

Officer Tedesco approached the vehicle. She observed a man (later identified as Kenneth Martell) in a reclined position. She then shined a flashlight on him. Mr. Martell sat up, started his car, and rolled his window down. He stated that he had been napping. Mr. Martell then stated that he was from Pennsylvania, was heading west, and had found his current location “by accident.”

Mr. Martell was asked for his driver’s license. He stated he didn’t have one. Officer Tedesco asked for any document that might have his name on it. Mr. Martell looked around his car and inquired as to whether he had done something wrong. Officer Tedesco assured him that she was checking on him because he was parked on private property. Mr. Martell reached out the window and pointed a handgun directly at Officer Tedesco. Officer Tedesco looked up and saw the gun being pointed at her. Officer Tedesco believed that Martell pulled the trigger of the gun. It did not fire. She immediately pulled the gun with her right hand and pushed it away from her. Officer Tedesco then dropped the items in her other hand and used both of her hands to push the gun down and back into the driver’s vehicle. As Officer Tedesco struggled for Martell’s gun, she attempted to call on her radio. Martell grabbed her hand to prevent her from calling for help. He reached out and grabbed Officer Tedesco and pulled her back towards the car. Officer Tedesco then saw Martell reaching for a second gun. Officer Tedesco was in fear for her life and believed that Martell was about to kill her.

It was at this point that backup Officer Anthony Loiacono appeared at the scene. Officer Loiacono approached the vehicle. Officer Tedesco pulled away from Martell’s car. As she moved back, Officer Loiacono fired a single round at Mr. Martell. Martell fell back in the seat. Officer Loiacono eventually unlocked the car and opened the door. He located two handguns inside of the car. -----The Lake County State’s Attorney’s Office

2 years, 3 months ago