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A police officer in Celina, Texas arrived at a home for a domestic dispute claim. Police released body camera footage of the man hitting the cop that was trying to arrest him, after finding a syringe on the property. The cop was eventually able to arrest him.
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Police officers in Dayton, Ohio had arrested Terry Pugh for a domestic dispute, when his girlfriend attempted to run over a cop. The police chased the girlfriend's car and then arrested her. Pugh watched as his girlfriend was being apprehended and he attempted to kick out one of the cop car's windows.
Roman Atwood and his pal Vitaly used a loud speaker with engine sounds, a gorgeous flag girl and expensive cars to prank some police officers into thinking they were street racing. Luckily these officers had a sense of humor!
Where there's a security camera or dashcam, there always seems to be some kind of bad behavior going on. In clip one, a guy was caught rummaging through the garage of Josh Becker. In clip two, a dashcam shows the moment a police officer was shot seven times by a suspect. Police later fatally shot the suspect and the initial office survived.
Surveillance video has been released by Ferguson, MO police chief Thomas Jackson in relation to the recent deadly shooting of 18-year-old Michael Brown that has led to riots and much unrest in the town. The footage shows a suspect of a "strong-arm" robbery at a convenience store who authorities believe may have been Brown.
A Kansas City poilce officer busted out his best dance moves during this impromptu dance-off with neighborhood kids. They were no match for what the kids had in store. Check out the video captured by one of the neighborhood residents.
You just never know who could have your WiFi password... This jaw-dropping, first-person footage shows Evansville Police Department's SWAT team smashing a door, throwing in flashbangs and forcing their way into the home of 68-year-old Louise Milan to serve a search warrant. They were searching for evidence of who might have threatened the police online from this address. Turns out, a suspected local gang leader, Derrick Murray, had the woman and her 18-year-old adoptive daughter's WiFi password and used it to post the threatening messages. The FBI later arrested Murray and Milan filed a lawsuit against the police department. The city released this video in response to the lawsuit.
These aren't your amateur robbers these suspects are professionals. A huge group stormed a gas station in South Africa acting out their robbery plan with efficiency. They blew open the safe, stole money and left the clerks horrified but uninjured. We're guessing they've done this many times before.
A St. Louis teenager who was shot and killed by a county police officer has stirred controversy and violence in the Missouri capital. In retribution for the slain teen, an angry mob set upon a Quicktrick convenience store in Ferguson, MO and began looting. Eventually, the building went up in flames.
Two connected high-speed chases took place within hours of each other in Cowlitz County, Washington. First, deputies caught Dale Woodley, who stole a car and admitted that he worked with Max Fiest. The police then went after Fiest, who was eventually caught after a ridiculous chase that ended in a lake. This all went down in May and the two men are now serving eight-year prison sentences.
The Vanguard Lounge in Las Vegas was recently cleared out following a stabbing. Las Vegas Metro Police were trying to clear the lounge when an alleged argument broke out. According to the police report a cop stepped in between two men that were screaming at each other and police eventually got physical with one of the men resulting in a take down. The aggressive take town is now under an internal investigation.
First things first, this one's the craziest. The Salt Lake City Police Department's battle to arrest a homeless man while he resisted, was all captured on camera by a bystander. The homeless man, 39-year-old Steven Carsello, was allegedly chasing another man with a car antenna and when police arrived, he went berserk. Police tased him multiple times but he kept getting up and running away. He took the fight to the back of a work truck and then under the truck until police were finally able to get him under control. Carsello was arrested, taken to jail and charged with aggravated assault, criminal mischief and resisting arrest.