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After a thief attempts to steal a woman's purse while on the bus and can't make it out the door, he tries to escape out the window, only to be pulled and shoved back on the bus by the driver and other riders.
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A wanted man led Iowa police on a dramatic chase through the streets of Des Moines. The suspect and his passenger fled in their truck when police attempted to pull them over. Spanning several minutes, the truck eventually spun out and the driver fled on foot... but not for long.
It's amazing what people will do, regardless of the consequences. First, this burglar broke into a store in broad daylight to steal multiple items. Wearing a not-so-conspicuous fur coat, the man made off with multiple goods. Then, these two burglars robbed a liquor store in the early morning hours by ripping the gate off with a truck. Police are still looking for the suspects in both of these cases.
Police are supposed to serve and protect, not threaten you with serving time or planting evidence. The Durham Police Department reports that the officer in this video was properly reprimanded, but the footage is being used to help the two individuals being taunted by the cop who are now both in jail.
We've seen plenty of fights happen at restaurants in the middle of the night on RTM. Never before have we seen the employees thrown down. This Waffle House in Augusta, Georgia, was the scene of not one, but two fights. The two employees fighting were terminated from their jobs.
Warning: The content of this video is considered graphic. During the investigation of a suspected grow house in Miami-Dade, a shootout occured, leaving one suspect dead, and an undercover detective seriously injured.
Forty young inmates at a juvenile detention center created a riot and were able to escape. After a confrontation with authorities, many were injured, including one who was killed. Thirty-three of the 40 were recaptured.
On Tuesday, police released this video, which shows Ariel Castro, the Ohio man accused of kidnapping and imprisoning Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight, being stopped by a police officer in June, 2008. The dashcam footage shows the kidnapping suspect being questioned by an officer. He was eventually cited for lack of proper license and improper glass, but not arrested. Both charges were dismissed.
The jury has found Jodi Arias guilty of murder. Arias had been on trial for the Mesa, Arizona murder of her one-time boyfriend Travis Alexander since January. She was charged with first-degree murder in June 2008 after Alexander was found shot and stabbed to death. Prosecutors argued Arias planned the deadly attack in a jealous rage. She initially denied any involvement in Alexander's death but confessed to killing him in self-defense two years later.
RightThisMinute has another update about the Nebraska police under investigation for using excessive force. Two former officers are facing criminal charges for trying to cover up details of the incident under scrutiny, by disposing of evidence.
An investigation is underway to determine if Brazilian police took the proper safety precautions while pursuing Marcio Pereira, a drug trafficker. Chasing the suspects in a helicopter, the police opened fire with automatic weapons in the middle of a Rio de Janeiro slum. The police were able to apprehend Pereira.
An inmate at the Franklin County Jail in Columbus, Ohio attempted to escape by crawling into the ceiling, but didn't get very far as there was no where to go... oh, and there were a bunch of cops and security cameras around too. Also, a pair of troublemakers apparently couldn't find any cows, so they decided to tip a motorcycle instead. Punks.
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