A police officer who was seen on security footage apparently slamming a door on a suspect's car has been suspended without pay from his department.
Police said in a statement that officers responding to a disturbance at a motel on Thursday afternoon when they stopped Xavier Javern Cummings, who managed to get into their unlocked car as the officers were questioning him.
The clip shows Noble Police Sgt. Joshua Lesher grabbing a gun that was aimed at him and firing his own weapon at the assailant.
Bellevue Deputy Marshal Nate Silvester told Sean Hannity he was set to return to work this week following a suspension over his TikTok video.
Blair Whitten, 28, has been charged with reckless endangerment after the incident at Riverside Cemetery in Fargo.
The suspect is facing charges of bank robbery and kidnapping following stand off lasting more than eight hours.
An 18-wheeler truck reportedly containing up to 100 people believed to be undocumented migrants was pulled over by police in Texas.
The defendant allegedly assaulted law enforcement officers during the insurrection.
Sara Erwin was fired from the Hopewell Township Police Department, while another officer who reacted to her post was suspended and demoted.
Drama ensued when one of the men partially opened the door after a police officer managed to move the snake to the ground.
"The problem is, most abuses are committed by officers who just aren't thinking. They're scared or they're angry, and those emotions can lead people to behave in irrational ways. Dramatically better and different training could help change this, but one trial probably won't."
Justice Department statistics show that 80% of police departments with more than 500 officers have adopted body cameras.
Branden Michael Wolfe was sentenced to three-and-a-half years in prison after pleading guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit arson.
An Atlanta board reinstated Rolfe after his attorney argued that the officer was not given enough notice of his termination following the fatal shooting of Brooks last June.
"Certainly, these calls are sitting with our officers," a police department spokesman said. "You can't ignore them. It's very concerning what our officers are being confronted with over the past few weeks."
In Florida, an elderly woman was charged with a felony after hitting a Burger King employee with her sandwich and called her racial slurs.
A 911 dispatcher reportedly heard screaming before the call was disconnected.
In Nigeria, a bus passenger was searched by police who discovered a freshly severed human head and hands in his bag.
South Korean comedian Park Na-rae allegedly placed the doll's arm between its legs to resemble a penis during a segment for her YouTube series "Hey Narae."
An alligator enjoying the sunshine had its day interrupted by a brave deputy who used nothing but a broom to move the gator away from a family's house.
"There are bad people in every career," Major Kelvin Dingle said in a TikTok post over the weekend.
The mannequin was so convincing that someone called the police to report that Mike Cormier's Nova Scotia restaurant Ardmore Tea Room was flouting public health directives.
An improved immigration system can unite our country. It can also help make our local law enforcement more effective and our communities safer. To accomplish this, we must bring law-abiding, undocumented immigrants into the legal immigration system.
Weeks into increasingly violent riots and demonstrations, activists in Seattle and Portland are spreading out their "direct actions" as a way to stretch police resources.
A 71-year-old pastor of a north London church was arrested on April 23 under the city's Public Order Act for allegedly making "homophobic comments" during a public sermon, video shows.
Officer Rashard C. Lovelace, 31, has died after being charged with domestic assault, police said Saturday.
A video shows the professor arguing with a 19-year-old student over his opinion that police should be considered heroic.
"I think one of the lessons that people will learn over time is that there's no question there needs to be police," former President George W. Bush said during a recent podcast interview.
The people were discovered when police responded to a kidnapping report
The GOP rep said those who supposedly denied security fencing wanted a "perfect situation" for violence that the media and left could blame on pro-police rally attendees.