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    A suspect accused of using a stolen gun to engage in a brief New York City gun fight that wounded two NYPD police officers last weem was charged Saturday. Charlie Vasquez, 23, was arrested within the confines of the 48th Precinct, a New York Police Department spokeswoman confirmed to Fox News Digital. He is charged with two counts each of attempted murder, assault, criminal use of a firearm, criminal possession of a weapon: loaded firearm, reckless endangerment, and menacing, following an incident that was caught on video. Police described him as a "career criminal." ‘CAREER CRIMINAL' OPENS FIRE ON 2 NEW YORK CITY POLICE OFFICERS: SEE THE VIDEO Vasquez was wounded in the shootout that he allegedly initiated last Wednesday and had undergone surgery.  Officers Alejandra Jacobs and Robert Holmes were both wounded but are expected to make a full recovery, police said. Jacobs, a military veteran and U.S. Air Force Reserves member who had been with the NYPD for one year, was shot twice in the right arm and released from St. Barnabas Hospital on Thursday – greeted by...
    (CNN)When a police officer leaves their department because of misconduct, there's no easy public way for people to know if they're rehired elsewhere in law enforcement. One of the most notable recent cases was Timothy Loehmann, the former Ohio officer who shot and killed Tamir Rice in 2014.Loehmann was fired from the Cleveland police force in May 2017 after an internal review panel investigating Tamir's shooting found he lied or omitted crucial information in his application's personal history statement.In 2018, Loehmann applied to, was hired for and then withdrew his application to the police department in Bellaire in eastern Ohio. This would have been his third department in a five-year span.The police union in Cleveland has since filed an appeal to reinstate Loehmann. He was not charged in Rice's death. JUST WATCHEDWhat could police reform look like? ReplayMore Videos ...MUST WATCHWhat could police reform look like? 09:11Currently, there is nothing stopping these officers -- whom some experts called "wandering" or "second-chance" officers -- from going to another state or a smaller department within the same state. Some law enforcement experts...
    MSNBC contributor Eddie Glaude said Tuesday on “Craig Melvin Reports” that there was “a rot at the heart of policing in this country.” Discussing the killing of Andrew Brown Jr., Melvin said, “We tell our kids, you get pulled over by the cops, say yes, sir, no, sir, you put your hands on the steering wheel. It sounds like, at this point, based on what we know, it sounds like that’s what he did, and he still gets shot in the back of the head. One of the things that strikes me, Eddie, this happens after we learn about the Chauvin verdict. There had been this thinking that this will change law enforcement behavior. People will see that an officer can be convicted of murder and sent away to prison for years. After the verdict, this happens in Elizabeth City, North Carolina. It is unfathomable on so many levels. ” Glaude said, “Yeah. You know, I still think about Dave Henderson’s comment on this network where he talked about you can’t win. If you beg for mercy, George Floyd, you...
    The unmissable crime drama starring Bulletproof's Noel Clarke is coming to ITV. Viewpoint, is a compelling series, focusing on a police surveillance investigation in a small community in Manchester- find out how you can watch it here. 3Noel Clarke (Doctor who, Bulletproof) stars in the lead roleCredit: © Tiger Aspect Productions When is Viewpoint on TV? ITV's new crime drama debuts on Monday, April 26 at 9pm on ITV. The five-part-series airs all week, concluding on Friday, April 30. What is it about? The five-part ITV drama follows a tense police surveillance investigation into a tight-knit Manchester community and delves deep into the moral ethics of voyeurism. It tells the story of police officer DC Martin Young, who sets up his observation post in the home of single mum and secret peeping tom/voyeur, Zoe Sterling. Zoe’s windows provide a direct view into the home of missing primary school teacher, Gemma Hillman. It’s a home she shares with her boyfriend and prime suspect in her disappearance, Greg Sullivan. The series is loosely based on a true story experienced by the neighbour...
    Nineteen police officers in Albuquerque, New Mexico, quit the police department’s specialized protest team after an officer was put on leave following a protest. "They don't feel supported here, and they don't feel trust. They feel second-guessed, and they don't feel that they can do their job, no matter how perfect they do their job, without getting in trouble,” Shaun Willoughby, the president of the Albuquerque Police Officers’ Association, told KOB4. The Albuquerque Police Officers’ Association's president warned that the officers don’t feel supported by the police department. "I think Mayor Keller needs to make a serious decision of what this police department's priority structure is,” Willoughby said. “Morale, let's not even talk about it because it doesn't exist. There is no morale. Your Albuquerque police officers are absolutely miserable at work— nobody's happy.” The spate of resignations came after a fellow emergency response team officer was put on leave after following a counterprotest to a Proud Boys rally that never occurred. Deyontae Williams, who police say was armed with a rifle, was detained by police...
    President Joe Biden said Monday there was no justification for violence in Minneapolis after black man Daunte Wright was shot and killed by a police officer who mistook her gun for a taser.  Speaking to reporters in the Oval Office Biden said there was 'absolutely no justification for violence' in the aftermath of Wright's Sunday death.   'Peaceful protest is understandable. And the fact is that we do know that the anger, pain and trauma that exists in the black community in that environment is real, serious and consequential,' Biden said. 'But that does not justify violence.'  President Joe Biden said Monday that there was no justification for violence in Minneapolis after 20-year-old Daunte Wright was shot and killed by a police officer on Sunday 20-year-old Daunte Wright was shot and killed Sunday by a female police officer who the chief of police Monday said mistook her gun for a taser  A line of protesters gather outside the Brooklyn Center Police Department on Monday after the killing of Duante Wright 
    By: KDKA-TV News Staff PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The manhunt continues today for Koby Francis, who Allegheny County Police say is a “danger to the community” after shooting a McKeesport police officer on Sunday. According to court paperwork, Francis, 22, is accused of shooting Officer Geriasimos Athens, who is 32-years-old and is a four-year veteran of the McKeesport Police Department. “We strongly encourage him [Francis] to turn himself in so he can face justice,” said Allegheny County Police Superintendent Coleman McDonough at a Monday morning news conference. (Courtesy: Allegheny County Police) A warrant is out of Francis’ arrest on charges of criminal attempt homicide, escape, flight to avoid apprehension, aggravated assault and firearms violations. The situation started just before 3 p.m. on Sunday afternoon with Francis being served a “Protection from Abuse” order at the McKeesport Police station. According to the criminal complaint, it was just a short time later when police were called to Harrison Village where “Francis was attempting to get his infant child from a relative who was babysitting.” RELATED STORIES: Manhunt Continues For 22-Year-Old Koby Francis,...
    Sen. Joni Ernst (R-IA) released an ad on Friday in which Iowa law enforcement officers slam Iowa Democrat Senate candidate Theresa Greenfield for claiming that there is “systemic racism” in law enforcement. Greenfield, who hopes to oust Ernst in the November election, has repeatedly claimed there that there is “systemic racism” in Iowa’s police. Greenfield said in an interview in October:  I do believe that we have to address systemic racism in policing but also in healthcare, in housing, in education, in lending. Black and brown Americans have suffered from discrimination — and Iowans — for generations too long, and we do need to take action. I’ll tell you what, we did a pretty good job on a first step here in Iowa. I’ve talked to our Black legislative leaders, and they worked hard to pass the Plan for a More Perfect Union, which requires racial bias training, de-escalation training, banning chokeholds and some other things. I think there’s no reason we can’t take those kinds of common sense reforms nationally. The transcript of the ad reads: Law Enforcement Officer,...
    Attorney General William Barr said Wednesday that there was no “epidemic” of police officers shooting down “unarmed black men,” calling it “a false narrative.” “I don’t think there are two justice systems. I think the narrative that the police are on some, you know, epidemic of shooting unarmed black men is simply a false narrative and also the narrative that that’s based on race,” Barr told CNN’s “The Situation Room.” “The fact of the matter is, it’s very rare for an unarmed African-American to be shot by a white police officer,” Barr continued. “There were 10 cases last year, six of them the suspect was attacking the police officer physically. So these are rare things compared to the 7 to 8,000 young black men who are killed every year.” (RELATED: Civil Rights Activist: Left Is Not Fighting For Social Justice But For ‘Anarchy’) CNN interviewer Wolf Blitzer reminded Barr that he has declared unfair policing of black men do be a “widespread phenomenon” and asked him if that did not constitute systemic racism. Barr responded that he defined “systemic”...
    Jacob Blake lies on the street after being shot by police in Kenosha, Wisconsin, on August 23. Incident Response/Reuters Delays in supplying body cameras to police in Kenosha, Wisconsin means that there is no officer footage of Sunday's shooting of Jacob Blake, according to the Associated Press (AP).  Kenosha police shot Jacob Blake, a Black man, seven times in the back on Sunday, in circumstances that are now being investigated by the Wisconsin Department of Justice.  The incident was captured on camera by an onlooker in cellphone footage that was widely shared, and which has sparked protests.  Kenosha officials unanimously approved body cameras for police in 2017, the AP reported, but regulatory questions and budget restrains mean they are not due to arrive until 2022.  "The body camera footage on this one would have told right from wrong right away," one councilmember told the AP of Sunday's shooting.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Kenosha officials approved body cameras for the city's police force three years ago, but put off supplying them until 2022, according to the...
    Portland police have endured literally months of nightly rioting that left-wing politicians and reporters routinely brushed off as "mostly peaceful protests." They've been getting pelted with rocks, explosives, and other projectiles. They've put up with physical violence from Antifa and Black Lives Matter militants whose latest escapade was trying to burn down a police precinct — and splashing paint on an elderly woman who dared to stand up to the mob. Image source: Twitter video screenshot So with that, one Portland cop apparently couldn't resist any longer.What are the details?Early Sunday morning before the sun rose, a freelance journalist noticed Portland's finest had handcuffed a female protester. Video was running as the obligatory pat-down commenced, and the journalist — also a woman — grew suspicious as it apparently looked as though only male officers were on hand. "Do you have a female officer present while you're patting her down?" the journalist asked. "No, we don't," an officer replied. Then at that moment, a different officer chimed in with a comeback for the ages amid the...
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