MOBILE COUNTY, Ala. (WALA) — The man who investigators were looking to arrest was already in jail when a task force raided his former home in Wilmer on Thursday morning.
Ann Rylee, a 19-year-old woman who now lives at the home on Old Moffat Road, was shot several times as investigators made their way inside the house. Mobile County Sheriff Sam Cochran claims that Rylee had a shotgun in her hand and pointed it at officers.
The Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office released a graphic video with audio from the original 911 call and graphic body cam video.
BODEGA BAY (KPIX) – New body cam video shows the night when a YouTube software engineer allegedly went on a drug-fueled rampage in Bodega Bay.
Behtie Koffi allegedly took 4 doses of LSD before the violent attacks. Witnesses said the 32-year-old became delusional and punched, choked and stabbed several friends before taking off from a place they were staying, to a nearby home.
Police shot Koffi at least three times. He was airlifted to a hospital and survived his injuries.
CASHION, Okla. — A 65-year-old woman is charged after body camera video shows her interaction with a police officer when she refused to sign a ticket that would’ve cost her $80.
Debra Hamil was not willing to pay up when a police officer issued an $80 ticket for a broken tail light.
When the officer asked her to step out of her vehicle, she refused and drove off, leading the officer on a brief pursuit.
Hamil eventually pulled over in a parking lot, and the officer approached her vehicle with a gun. The officer then pulled Hamil out of her truck, and she was caught on camera kicking him and resisting arrest.
BROWNSVILLE, Brooklyn (WABC) — Eyewitness News has obtained extraordinary body-worn camera footage of NYPD officers chasing down a shooting suspect in Brooklyn earlier this summer.
Late at night on Fathers Day, officers in the in the 73rd Precinct had already responded to an unruly house party at Howard Avenue and Sterling Place in the Brownsville Section.
As they worked to clear the crowd, police say 31-year-old Kassin Appling fired nearly a dozen shots, jumped in a car and fled.
Officers Vincent Hartenfels and Sunjay Verma jumped into their patrol car and chased Appling — Verma’s body-worn camera recording the entire dramatic encounter.
Eventually, Appling ditched his car near the Albany Houses on East New York Avenue, where the two officers chased him down and arrested him.
The dog, which was saved from a kill shelter, was shot by a police officer in Vernon Township who was called after neighbors reported an aggressive dog on the loose. The dog was described by friendly as some neighbors, but is seen charging at the officer before the shots were fired. NBC 4 New York’s Ida Siegal reports.
More than a month after an officer-involved shooting at a home in Simpsonville, the Greenville County Sheriff’s Office releases body cam video of the incident.
In the video posted on the Sheriff’s Office’s YouTube page, Capt. Tim Brown, with the office of professional standards, explains that a silent medical panic alarm went off at a home on Eastcrest Drive in Simpsonville at 11:49 p.m. on June 14.