DECEMBER 14, 2021 3:00 PM Phoenix Police Officer Tyler Moldovan is fighting for his life after being shot multiple times in the line of duty. This is an incredibly somber time for the Phoenix Police Department and the entire community, but even more so for Officer Moldovan’s wife and family. We ask that you keep them in your thoughts.
A Los Angeles Police Department detective compared the city to the movie “The Purge,” and warned people to stay away following reports of numerous smash-and-grab incidents and robberies.
Jamie McBride, an LAPD detective and director of the Lost Angeles Police Protective League, told Fox News earlier this week that the city was not safe. He told people “don’t visit because we don’t think we can keep you safe right now” and compared Los Angeles to “The Purge,” insisting that “instead of 24 hours to commit your crime, they have 365 days.”
Fox 11 further reported that “McBride blamed the crime surge on things like Proposition 47, which changed sentencing guidelines, as well as the state’s zero-bail policy, which he said puts criminals back on the street, ‘faster than the officers can finish the report.’”
As bad as things are in Blue Democrat American cities, they could be worse. Look what is happening in Blue Democrat Puerto Rico. Not for faint of heart.
How many people need to die before we tell the “elite” leftists to shut up and seek therapy for their mental illnesses?????? Defund the police? They actually thought people would hold hands and sing KumBiYah!
Stockton, CA – A gun battle between police and an armed suspect erupted outside Stockton police headquarters Wednesday night after the suspect showed up at the building and started shooting.
The incident occurred at approximately 8:30 p.m. on Dec. 8 at the Stockton Police Department’s (SPD) Operations Building located at 22 East Market Street, KOVR reported.
A preliminary investigation indicated the suspect arrived at the department’s front parking lot and began firing a gun, the SPD said in a press release later that night.
SPD Chief Scott Jones said the suspect was firing the weapon “wildly into the air,” according to KCRA.
Six SPD officers exited the building and were able to get the suspect onto the ground, and it initially seemed he was going to comply, Chief Jones said.
His officers ordered the shooter to drop his weapon, but the armed suspect ignored them, sprang back onto his feet and starting “charging” at the them while still carrying the gun, according to the chief.
He said five officers opened fire, shooting the suspect several times, according to KOVR.
No officers were injured during the melee, the department said in the press release.
A man who told police he wanted to steal a jet so he could fly to Area 51 to look at aliens was arrested Wednesday after he drove through fences at the McCarran International Airport in a limo, parked on an aircraft ramp and made a bomb threat, according to a police report by Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department.The suspect was arrested for trespassing, dispersing a hoax substance and threatening terroristic acts, the police report said.
The name Area 51 comes from its map designation and it’s located in the Nevada Test and Training Range, which is a unit of the Nellis Air Force Base. Today it is used as an open training range for the US Air Force.
It has long been a topic of fascination for conspiracy theorists and paranormal enthusiasts who believe it to be the location where the US government stores and hides alien bodies and UFOs.
Armed man killed after allegedly charging at officers outside police headquarters in California– No not “allegedly” MSLSD, he “actually” charged the officers. You get shot when you do it while armed, just an FYI. Glad the cops are ok.
At least 12 major U.S. cities have broken annual homicide records in 2021 — and there’s still three weeks to go in the year.
Of the dozen cities that have already surpassed the grim milestones for killings, five topped records that were set or tied just last year.
“It’s terrible to every morning get up and have to go look at the numbers and then look at the news and see the stories. It’s just crazy. It’s just crazy and this needs to stop,” Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney said after his city surpassed its annual homicide record of 500, which stood since 1990.
Philadelphia, a city of roughly 1.5 million people, has had more homicides this year (521 as of Dec. 6) than the nation’s two largest cities, New York (443 as of Dec. 5) and Los Angeles (352 as of Nov. 27). That’s an increase of 13% from 2020, a year that nearly broke the 1990 record.