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    (CBS DETROIT) — Detroit police officers showed off their basketball skills at Henry Ford High School to promote peace within schools. The department held a “Stop the Violence, Keep the Peace’ basketball game Tuesday. ????Bonding through Ball????Our officers took on Henry Ford High School's boys basketball team in a game to promote peace in our schools and the relationship between officers and students! #OneDetroit #StopTheViolence #KeepThePeace pic.twitter.com/wT9mzHDIiT — Detroit Police News (@detroitpolice) May 17, 2022 READ MORE: Detroit Retiree Sees Sidewalk Repaired Months After Water Main BreakAt halftime, officers spoke to attendees about the importance of keeping schools safe and free of violence. READ MORE: GOP Michigan Governor Candidate Ryan Kelley Says COVID Policies At Debate A 'Dealbreaker'DPD will host another game at Cody High School next week. MORE NEWS: DNR: Northern Michigan Wildfire 98% Contained© 2022 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.
    DENVER (CBS4)– This is National Police Week, a chance to honor officers who have lost their lives in the line of duty. On Tuesday, the Denver Police Department had its “Honor the Fallen” event. (credit: CBS) That event included a walk around downtown Denver to the memorial markers of some fallen officers. The markers are important so the community never forgets the sacrifices of officers. (credit: CBS) “While the environment may have changed from that period of time, today there is still the service the officers provide and their willingness to stand and defend the City of Denver hasn’t changed,” said Denver Police Museum president Michael Hess. (credit: CBS) The Denver Police Department has lost 77 officers in the line of duty.
    President Joe Biden on Monday paid tribute to retired cop Aaron Salter, who died trying to stop the gunman who killed 10 at a supermarket shooting in Buffalo. President Joe Biden on Monday paid tribute to retired cop Aaron Salter, who died trying to stop the gunman who killed 10 at a supermarket shooting in Buffalo. 'He gave his life when a gunman shot and killed 10 innocent people in a grocery store in Buffalo on Saturday. He was actually able to shoot the assailant twice but he had on a bulletproof vest. He lost his life in the process,' Biden said at a Medal of Valor event at the White House. Salter was working as a security guard for the Tops Friendly Market in Buffalo, New York, when a gunman shot four people in the parking lot.  Salter shot and struck suspect Payton Gendron, 18, but those bullets had no effect due to body armor the suspect wore, and the gunman returned fire, striking Salter and killing him. Thirteen were shot in the attack and 10 have died in what authorities are called...
    The saturation of the ranks of our police forces with far-right extremists is one of the harsh realities of American life that bubbled up during the police brutality protests of 2020 and was laid bare by the Jan. 6 insurrection. The presence of these extremists not only is a serious security and enforcement threat—particularly when it comes to dealing with far-right violence—but has created a toxic breach between our communities and the people they hire to protect and serve them. Too often, as in Portland, the resulting police culture has bred a hostility to their communities that expresses itself in biased enforcement and a stubborn unaccountability. Much of this originates in police training, which are the foundations of cop culture. And a recent Reuters investigative report has found that police training in America is riddled with extremists: Their survey of police training firms—35 in all—that provide training to American police authorities found five of them employ (and in some cases, are operated by) men whose politics are unmistakably of the far-right extremist variety. And these five people alone are responsible...
    A number of police department, such as those in Portland, have well-earned reputations for permitting extremists within their ranks. The saturation of the ranks of our police forces with far-right extremists is one of the harsh realities of American life that bubbled up during the police brutality protests of 2020 and was laid bare by the Jan. 6 insurrection. The presence of these extremists not only is a serious security and enforcement threat—particularly when it comes to dealing with far-right violence—but has created a toxic breach between our communities and the people they hire to protect and serve them. Too often, as in Portland, the resulting police culture has bred a hostility to their communities that expresses itself in biased enforcement and a stubborn unaccountability. Much of this originates in police training, which are the foundations of cop culture. And a recent Reuters investigative report has found that police training in America is riddled with extremists: Their survey of police training firms—35 in all—that provide training to American police authorities found five of them employ (and in some cases, are operated...
    HUNTS POINT, The Bronx (WABC) -- A man was shot and killed by police during a dispute in the Bronx.Officials say there was a dispute on Seneca Ave & Hunts Point Ave. in the Hunts Point section. One person reportedly left the scene and came back in the car with a gun.The suspect had a firearm in his hands, which he used to fire shots at the officers. The officers then returned fire, striking the suspect.The suspect was then taken to Lincoln Hopsital, where he was pronounced dead.A gun was recovered at the scene.Two police officers were transported to an area hospital for tinnitus.The investigation is ongoing.ALSO READ | Bronx DA urges credit card companies to cut ties with ghost gun sellersEMBED More News Videos Bronx District Attorney Darcel Clark shared a letter she sent this week to both Mastercard and Visa, urging them to cut ties with ghost gun sellers. ----------* More Bronx news* Send us a news tip* Download the abc7NY app for breaking news alerts * Follow us on YouTube Submit a News Tip
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Homicide detectives are investigating the shooting death of an 18-year-old man, one of three shootings that played out across Baltimore early Friday, and the discovery of a body inside a vacant home, authorities said. That series of incidents came several hours after a pregnant woman and man were killed in a drive-by shooting Thursday night in North Baltimore that left the woman’s prematurely delivered child in what police described as “grave” condition. READ MORE: Maryland Weather: Spotty ShowersThe first of Friday morning’s calls came in about midnight when patrol officers were sent to a report of a body found inside a vacant home in the 1800 block of Wilhelm Street. There officers found a man who was pronounced dead at the scene. The body was taken to the Medical Examiner’s Office, where an autopsy will determine the unidentified man’s cause and manner of death. READ MORE: Baby Delivered After Pregnant Woman, Man Killed In North Baltimore Drive-By ShootingAbout 3:37 a.m., officers called to a reported shooting in the 1700 block of East Lafayette Avenue found an 18-year-old...
    The Los Angeles Police Department expects to incur millions of dollars in overtime and other costs when heads of state and diplomats from the Americas come to L.A. for a summit next month. Officials said the $15.7-million estimate to police the Summit of the Americas was based on an expectation that the LAPD will need to be “fully mobilized” to help protect the hundreds of dignitaries expected to be in the city from June 6-10. Such mobilizations require significant increases in the number of on-duty officers compared to a typical day and rely on overtime pay for those who would not normally be scheduled to work, among other costs. During recent budget discussions, LAPD Chief Michel Moore called the looming policing costs from the summit a “burden” that city officials still had to sort out. The summit was not accounted for in the LAPD’s current budget. The LAPD budget is more than $3 billion annually, including pensions and other costs, while its operating budget is more than $1 billion. Mayor Eric Garcetti’s office said the city will try to recover...
    CHICAGO -- Three girls were playing near an open fire hydrant Tuesday afternoon when gunfire erupted just half a block away in Back of the Yards on the South Side."I saw one person hit the floor immediately, and then a couple more started scattering and running toward where we were," said the girls' mother, 28, who lives in the 4800 block of South Ada Street where the shooting occurred around 4:30 p.m.Please note: The video in the player above is from a previous report. None of her daughters were hurt but five teens were hit by the gunfire, including a 19-year-old who was shot in the head and died.The attack was the first of two mass shootings that occurred five hours apart on the South Side. The second occurred about five miles away in Jackson Park and wounded six people. By day's end, at least 21 people were shot across Chicago.In the Back of the Yards shooting, police say a group of teens were standing outside when gunmen approached in a stolen red Mazda and opened fire.WATCH: Chicago police update...
    The suspect, identified as 25-year-old Rameek Smith, died after the Bronx shootout, which transpired around 10:45 pm Tuesday A New York City police officer was shot in the arm Tuesday night by a career criminal freed ahead of a planned sentencing for a prior gun arrest, city officials said. The 32-year-old officer, Dennis Vargas, was treated and released from Lincoln Medical Center early Wednesday, after a fierce gun battle that left the suspect, identified as 25-year-old Rameek Smith, dead. The shootout unfolded late Tuesday night, cops said Wednesday, after Vargas and his partner spotted and approached the suspect during their beat in the Bronx neighborhood of Claremont at roughly 10:45 pm.  Cops say Smith - who was arrested in March 2020 for criminal possession of a firearm - then began to run from the officers, spurring Vargas and his partner to give chase. After about a block-and-a-half, police say Smith suddenly turned around and produced a handgun, letting off two shots at the officers - one of which struck Vargas.  The officers then returned fire, hitting Smith in the head,...
    (CNN)Escaped inmate Casey White was returned to Alabama Tuesday night for his arraignment after he was captured following a car chase in Evansville, Indiana, Monday.He returned without the corrections official he fled with, Vicky White, who authorities preliminarily believe shot herself in the head following the chase. She died from her injuries, authorities said. Casey White arrives at the courthouse in Florence, Alabama, Tuesday night.Newly released police dash camera and body-worn camera video shows the moments after the car chase ended when Casey White was arrested and officers attempted to pull Vicky White, who was injured, from the car that had rolled into a ditch following a crash with authorities.In the video, several officers can be seen surrounding Casey White, who is pinned to the ground next to the car. The fugitive is then taken into custody and led away from the wrecked car.Authorities were not immediately able to pull Vicky White from the car because she appeared to still have a gun in her hand, according to officers seen in the body camera video, who also noted she appeared...
    Law enforcement officers in Indiana warned each other about the gun Vicky White had in her hand as they discussed how to retrieve her from her flipped vehicle, according to footage of the incident released by the Evansville Police Department on Tuesday. In the video, officers on the scene crouch in the grassy ditch by the overturned Cadillac after the short police chase that ended White’s 11-day stretch on the run with a murder suspect. One suggests “popping” the front windshield, only for another to respond that the unresponsive prison guard is “still breathing” despite having shot herself. Eventually, an officer lowers himself onto his stomach and retrieves the gun from White. In the partially censored footage, they pull the guard out of the sunroof by her wrists, dragging her onto grass and gravel. First responders then close in to administer first aid. In another video released by Indiana authorities, escaped inmate Casey White, no relation to Vicky, is seen being taken into custody after the chase. Authorities said that Casey had wanted to end his time on the lam...
    (CNN)Two former Oklahoma police officers have been charged with first-degree manslaughter in connection with the 2021 fatal shooting of a Black man in Comanche County, according to a statement from District Attorney Kyle Cabelka.Quadry Sanders was killed at a home on December 5, 2021, when Lawton Police Department officers responded to a call about a man in violation of a protective order and in possession of a firearm, according to the statement.Once officers arrived at the home, "the suspect was identified as Quadry Sanders. Officers learned that Mr. Sanders was inside the home (...) and was refusing to let one of the residents leave," the statement read. "Officers set up a perimeter around the house. A sergeant with the Lawton Police Department (LPD) then began giving Mr. Sanders orders using a PA system in a patrol vehicle. Shortly after commands were given, a female resident of the home exited."Controversial Police Encounters Fast FactsSanders was later seen going out the back door of the home, and an officer gave "commands to show his hands, which he immediately complied with," according to...
    (CNN)Customs officers at the US-Mexico border found an unwanted passenger hitching a ride in a shipment of fresh fruit: Cochabamba sp. -- a rare pest never before seen at a US port of entry.The discovery was made May 2 by US Customs and Border Protection agriculture specialists at the Pharr International Bridge in Texas, says a news release from the agency. Customs seized over $10 million worth of counterfeit Rolex watchesThe pest, a species of leaf beetle, was inside a shipment of mangosteen from Mexico. Usually found in central and south America, the beetles can "cause agricultural and economic damage as their larvae skeletonize the leaf surface and adults eat plant and tree leaves and cause damage to foliage," says the release.The destructive beetles have never before been found at any of the US ports of entry, according to Customs and Border Protection. The shipment was returned to Mexico."Our agriculture specialists help protect American agriculture and contribute to the nation's economic security by denying entry to invasive species not known to exist in the US," said Port Director Carlos Rodriguez...
    A MANHUNT is underway after a woman was strangled to death on a bus during her morning commute. The suspect fled from the scene before police arrived in Phoenix, Arizona. 2Phoenix Police are looking for Joshua Bagley for his alleged involvement in the strangling and killing of 41-year-old Diane CraigCredit: Twitter/@PhoenixPolice Diane Craig, 41, was taking the bus at 8 a.m. MST on Friday morning when she was attacked and strangled, police say. Officers responded to reports of an unconscious woman on the bus. Craig was rushed to a hospital where she died from her injuries, according to a police. Officers have named Joshua Bagley, 26, as a suspect in the attack. He is currently at large. READ MORE IN NEWSBRUTAL DEATH Lily, 10, found half naked & covered in BITE marks after 'cousin killed her'MONSTER'S FREEDOM BID One of UK's most prolific paedophiles could be released in WEEKS Officials released a security camera image which they say shows Bagley on the bus around the time of the attack. Further details of the attack have...
    Hundreds of cops across the United States have been taught by individuals who espouse far-right extremist views, according to a new investigation that was published Friday to sound the alarm on a burgeoning and unregulated private training industry. Reuters identified five law enforcement trainers who have been hired by police and sheriffs' departments nationwide despite their support for right-wing militia groups, including the Oath Keepers, Proud Boys, and Three Percenters; the QAnon conspiracy, which baselessly claims that Democrats and Hollywood stars belong to a cabal of Satanist pedophiles and cannibals; and former President Donald Trump's "Big Lie" that the 2020 election was stolen. Some use bigoted instructional materials that promote racism, misogyny, and transphobia, and many endorse the constitutional sheriff philosophy, which maintains that county sheriffs should refuse to uphold any law they find unconstitutional. "Adherents to the constitutional sheriff movement consider the federal government a grave threat to U.S. citizens," Reuters reported. "They argue that local law enforcement is a higher authority, with the power to countermand the decisions of legislatures, courts, and presidents." Richard Whitehead, one of dozens...
    The station noted that Canzani said Torres, a psychic who reportedly did tarot readings inside her home, was a "witch" who cursed him and condemned him to death. "[Her curses] tried to kill me," he reportedly told investigators. "I am supposed to be dead already." Torres' husband, David Aguilar, said he can't believe his wife, who possessed a kind nature, is gone. "My son is the same way," he said. "He's good with everyone. He's fair. She was the sweetest person in the world. I'm lost without her." One neighbor called the murder "unbelievable." "It's so quiet and so nice. Everyone knows each other. I've been here almost 6 years. Never, nothing happened," the neighbor told the station. Another neighbor added, "It's scary that our family lives here. Our grandparents live next door. You don't know was it a home invasion or not; you don't know what it is."
    HOLLYWOOD (CBSMiami) — Under the hot son amid the hum of bag pipes playing, roughly 100 police officers, survivors, and community members gathered on Friday to remember Hollywood police officers who died in the line of duty. Acting Police Chief Jeff Devlin took to the podium to reflect on a rough 2021 for his department. READ MORE: Rescuers Searching For Survivors After Massive Explosion Destroys Hotel In Havana, Cuba“The last year was filled with grief for our department, but we have learned in the most somber times we come together,” said Chief Devlin. The Hollywood Police Department lost three officers last year. Officer Jon Cooke (Hollywood PD) Officer Jon Cooke lost his battle to COVID in July of 2021. Officer Yandy Chirino struggled with an armed teen suspect in October of 2021.  He tried to take him into custody, but was ultimately shot and killed. Officer Yandy Chirino (Hollywood PD) The family of Officer Alex Del Rio was in attendance.  Del Rio was killed in a crash in 2008.  Amid hugs and well wishes his mother...
    When Kevin Davis was a rookie cop 30 years ago, every work day began the same way. “My sergeant would end roll call by telling us not to let any other police officer beat us to a call for service in our patrol beat,” he told WTOP. More Fairfax County News More Local News Sounds good on the surface, but Davis said it instilled a message: “Get there fast enough, and handle it, and be done with it, and move on to the next call. Don’t think; just do. React, react, react and move on.” As police chief in Fairfax County, Virginia, Davis said, he wants to instill a different message. “Hurry up and slow down,” Davis told WTOP’s “DMV Download” podcast in an exclusive conversation on the occasion of his first anniversary as chief. “Slow down. Let’s get it right. You don’t need to get into a situation.” Listen to the podcast Toward that end, he said, he’s introduced integrating communications assessment and technology training — which he called the “gold standard use-of-force training” — to the...
    The body of 93-year-old Marie Hoskins was found inside of a large freezer in the town of Sebastian, Florida, on the night of April 28.  Following the gruesome discovery, Hoskins' 64-year-old daughter, Michelle Hoskins, went with police for questioning.  According to a statement from the Sebastian Police Department, Hoskins' neighbors became worried when they had not heard from the 93-year-old in days. Investigators managed to obtain a key for Hoskins' home along the 100 block of Paddock Lane in the city from a relative who lives out of town.  Marie Hoskins, 93, was found dead inside of a freezer in the garage of her home on the night of April 28 The horrific discovery was made here along the 100 block of Paddock Lane in Sebastian, Florida It's not clear when the last time neighbors saw Marie Hoskins. One neighbor told WPTV that he only saw her rarely, usually when she checked her mail.  Hoskins lived in the home since 2006, moving to the area with her late husband George Vannoy from Cocoa Beach, Florida  The phone number associated with...