Three people were arrested after they allegedly stole kids’ boots from a department store and intentionally rammed an Oak Brook police car head-on before leading officers on a high-speed chase.
Dublin, CA – Authorities are searching for an Alameda County sheriff’s deputy who allegedly killed two people in an off-duty incident in Dublin early on Wednesday morning.
Dublin Police Captain Nate Schmidt said the incident occurred just before 12:45 a.m. on Sept. 7 when a man and a woman were found suffering from gunshot wounds inside a home located in the 100-block of Colebrook Lane, KTVU reported.
Chief Schmidt said the victims were both pronounced dead at the scene.
Witnesses told police that the gunman was 24-year-old Alameda County Sheriff’s Deputy Devin Williams Jr., KTVU reported. Full story below;
As the anniversary of the 9/11 approaches, Editorial Director Frank Borelli wonders how a generation that wasn’t alive yet will view the terror attacks.
Prince William police: Killed 19-year-old was robbing … Va. man shot by police involved in robbery of undercover officer, authorities say. Image without a caption.
Dramatic footage shows a fully-armed man shooting point-blank at West New York police, then being shot dead himself.
The incident is captured in a compilation of police bodycam footage and home surveillance video released late Tuesday, Sept. 6, by Acting New Jersey Attorney General Matthew J. Platkin.
Several uniformed officers responding to a domestic dispute at the 59th Street home of Kevin Colindres, 32, of West New York on June 3, 2022 had their body cameras activated, Platkin said.
Home security cameras in the neighborhood were working, as well.
Bodycam footage video recorded through the front-door window shows Colindres entering the vestibule in a t-shirt and shorts with both hands behind his back.
Suddenly he raises his arms, revealing a gun in each hand. He fires, wounding one of the officers.
Police quickly take up positions.
About 15 minutes later, the heavily-tattooed Colindres emerges from the front door of a neighboring home. He’s barefoot and wearing the t-shirt as a head scarf.
Colindres points both guns at police from the front steps, then turns and runs down the sidewalk.
An officer shoots and fatally wounds him.
Two guns fall from his hands as Colindres hits the pavement. Police find him carrying a third firearm.
The officers and EMS responders render aid before Colindres is taken to Hackensack Meridian Palisades Medical Center in North Bergen.
He was pronounced dead at 7:13 p.m., less than 45 minutes from the time of the initial call, said Platkin.
The Attorney General’s Office posted all of the videos — from four police body cams and four home security systems — along with the 911 call:
Video Footage Related to Fatal Officer-Involved Shooting in West New York on June 3, 2022 (NJ Attorney General’s Office)
Pittsburgh Motorcycle Officer Struck by Car During Biden Visit– 10’s of people actually went to see this clown. 4 dozen I believe.
At least nine mass shootings have taken place nationwide so far during Labor Day weekend, leaving at least 10 people dead, according to Gun Violence Archive.
The mass shootings, which the organization defines as incidents in which four or more people were shot or killed, not including the shooter, took place in cities including Norfolk, Va., Charleston, S.C., and Chicago, among others.
The deadliest shooting of the weekend so far, according to the group, took place in Saint Paul, Minn., where three people died and two others were injured on Sunday in the city’s Payne-Phalen neighborhood.
Teenager shot by police in Prince William County dies– When you shoot at police officers you stand a good chance of getting shot…….sorry Wa-Po
Policing experts question KCSO handling of friendly fire …– … policy for police shootings and, as one policing expert told Knox News, “spoon-fed” answers during questioning of the deputy who shot his colleague.
Tucson, AZ – Pima County Constable’s Office (PCCO) Constable Deborah Martinez-Garibay was murdered in the line of duty while serving an eviction notice on Aug. 25.
The fatal attack occurred at the Lind Commons Apartment Complex located at 3493 East Lind Road at approximately 11:15 a.m., CBS News reported.
Constable Martinez-Garibay, 43, responded to the apartment complex to meet up with the property manager, 28-year-old Angela Fox-Heath, so they could serve an eviction notice on 24-year-old Gavin Lee Stansell, according to police.
But when they reached Stansell’s apartment and attempted to serve the notice, Stansell allegedly opened fire on them, CBS News reported.
Police raced to the scene and found Fox-Heath lying in the courtyard, according to The Arizona Republic.
She succumbed to her wounds at the scene.
A SWAT team responded to the apartment complex and entered Stansell’s residence, where they located Constable Martinez-Garibay, CBS News reported.
The constable was also pronounced dead at the scene.
Stansell was found dead from a self-inflicted gunshot wound inside the apartment, according to police.