VOLUSIA COUNTY, Fla. – A Volusia County man triggered a standoff in DeLand on Sunday afternoon after deputies said he pointed guns at them.
“He was screaming at them, like, really couldn’t make out what he was saying because the glass was down, the window was shut. And then, he retreated back in, and we made it a barricaded situation and brought the resources out,” Chitwood said.
According to deputies, the call had been for a woman whose boyfriend was refusing to let her back into the home. She had left last night after the two got into a fight.
VENICE, LOS ANGELES — Los Angeles police officers took a man into custody Tuesday afternoon after a prolonged foot chase on the sand at Venice Beach.
The circumstances that led to the incident were not immediately clear.
Shortly after 2 p.m., a group of officers were seen pursuing the man as he intermittently ran into the waves that were crashing along the shoreline.
Nearly 30 minutes later, the man stumbled in the shallow water and a group of policemen pounced on him. He was handcuffed and escorted to a nearby LAPD vehicle after a brief apparent struggle.
#VIDEO: Metro police say this video shows Pasquala Walls nearly strike several pedestrians with his car at Broadway & 5th. Sgt. Kris Delap was hit & shot Walls, critically wounding him, police added. @WKRN pic.twitter.com/wFXBYf6ld9— Josh Breslow (@JoshBreslowWKRN) September 7, 2019
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – A Metro Police officer shot a man who struck the officer with his car early Saturday morning.
The incident started along 5th Avenue and Broadway just after midnight. Police say someone flagged them down and told them a man was waiving a gun and threatening people from inside his car.
When officers approached the suspect’s Chrysler 300, he drove off and nearly hit pedestrians. Police say he hit a patrol car and at least three civilian vehicles.
The driver also struck Sergeant Kris Delap, who then fired shots at the vehicle, hitting the suspect.
The suspect has been identified as 30-year-old Pasquala Walls, who is from Memphis.
Walls drove down to the Exxon on 12th Avenue and Broadway, got out of his car, and ran away on foot. A group of citizens chased after him and Walls ended up falling to the ground after a struggle with the group, police say. That’s when police got to the scene learned Walls had in fact been shot.
Police recovered a loaded nine-millimeter pistol from Walls’ car that had an extended magazine with 26 rounds. The gun was in the front floor board of the car.
A man in Richfield MN live streamed a police chase he was in….that resulted in an OIS…he was killed in shooting pic.twitter.com/xr5voeaUBe— SacKat (@sachibub10) September 8, 2019
WARNING: DISTRESSING CONTENT The driver, identified as Brian Quinones, was gunned down after a 12 minute police chase which was shared on Facebook
It started when the driver was seen running a red light, according to reports in the US.
When he got out, he was wielding a knife, prompting officers to open fire in Richfield, Minnesota, it is claimed.
Video shared on the Facebook page of Brian J. Quinones shows the driver refuse to stop as police lights flashed in the background.
He appeared calm throughout, and at various stages is shown singing along to music.
WEST VALLEY CITY, Utah — A man was shot and killed by a West Valley City Police officer during an altercation inside the West Valley City Hall Friday night.
Chad Michael Breinholt, 31, was reportedly intoxicated and causing problems at a business near 2900 S. Redwood Road. He was the boyfriend of an employee there, according to a press release from the police department. When police responded at about 7 p.m., they say there was evidence Breinholt was intoxicated and had driven a vehicle in that state. He was taken into custody at about 7:40 p.m.
Breinholt was brought into the DUI processing area in the basement of the West Valley City, where an altercation broke out, police say. One officer fired his weapon and struck Breinholt, killing him.
CHICAGO (CBS) — Dramatic body cam video released Friday night shows a deadly police shooting the night officers went looking for an Elgin couple who said they had been carjacked, kidnapped and brought to Chicago.
The video is disturbing.
The footage, released by the Civilian Office of Police Accountability shows the end of that search inside an apartment near Grand and Melvina.
On July 8 an officer fired several shots, killing 41-year-old Luis Vasquez after he appears to reach for a weapon from the couch.
From another angle an object police say was a gun can be seen on the ground.