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Court ruled that a jury may find that participating officers used unconstitutional excessive force during the execution of the warrant
A SWAT team executed a no-knock warrant on the wrong house, resulting in the injury of an occupant and a lawsuit
The court determines the permissibility of a warrant that allowed for the search of a cloud account with no time limitation
“It is scary... An extremely calm situation went 0 to 100 in a matter of seconds. That’s how fast situations can turn for police officers,” Whitehall Deputy Chief Dan Kelso said
The suspect was concerned with the safety of his cat, which he held onto while swinging the knife; when an officer fired a shot, he surrendered without further resistance
Helicopter footage shows the bus striking multiple vehicles during the pursuit and crossing onto the wrong side of a road
Nicholas Tartaglione was convicted last year in the torturing and strangling of one man and the shooting deaths of three other people
The woman said she was participating in “a game of Black Ops to steal a car” and hoped telling deputies in advance would “make the carjacking legal,” officials said
The officer shot a driver with his department-issued firearm in a road rage confrontation in New Jersey, then fled the scene
The pursuit, which involved a CHP helicopter and several ground units, ended after spike strips were deployed and police vehicles surrounded the suspect in the stolen truck
Alabama law defines doxing as posting identifying information of an officer with the intent that others will use it to harass, harm, or impede the duties of that officer
“This is why we stop these folks,” Sgt. Amar Gandhi. “These are dangerous folks, and who knows what they were going to do”
Scheffler had been charged with a felony for assaulting a police officer with his vehicle, along with three misdemeanors
The man founded a company that produced manuals and videos on wartime tactics, including how to create “fatal funnels” intended to trap and kill law enforcement
“If you sell dangerous drugs or fentanyl on Staten Island, we’re going to find you and you’ll end up like this guy,” said Lieutenant Mark DiBenedietto
“As always the case, all suspects are presumed innocent and free of static cling,” the department stated
“If you don’t want to become Facebook-famous…turn yourself in…If you need a ride, give us a call,” St. Lucie County Sheriff Keith Pearson said during one video
The man was convicted of sex crimes in California and Arizona but faked his death to avoid offender registration; he was arrested by Pinal County Sheriff’s Office deputies
Scottie Sheffler was arrested on charges including assault after allegedly driving into a median to get around a crash scene, ignoring a cop and dragging him several feet
Frederick Jackson agreed to be sentenced to 60 years in prison for the fatal shootings of Officer Everett Briscoe and Dyrin “DJ” Riculfy
The man struck the officers in the head with the machete and tried to grab an officer’s gun
The move follows similar bans in Colorado and California and rejections of the diagnosis by the American Medical Association and National Association of Medical Examiners
The Court ruled in favor of a man who was arrested in 2018 for standing in his yard, pointing a flashlight at deputies and asking them questions about an arrest in progress
The Santaquin Police Department officer killed in the incident has been identified as Sgt. Bill Hooser, a “top notch officer” who died “doing what he loved”
The suspect was taken into custody with the handcuffs that belonged to Huesca
“We conclude the Due Process Clause does not require a more exacting and rigid pre-termination process than what [Former officer Erik] Andrade received,” Justice Brian Hagedorn stated
Cabell County medics were inside a house treating a patient when the man jumped into their rig and drove off
CHP officers have been in Bakersfield for six weeks, focusing on reducing car theft, tamping down retail crime and bolstering traffic enforcement
Andrew Buen was charged with second-degree murder, official misconduct and reckless endangerment for killing Christian Glass