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    ROHNERT PARK (CBS SF) — A wanted felon fleeing police was arrested Friday morning after a high-speed pursuit on Highway 101 and a 30-minute standoff at a Rohnert Park apartment building. Rohnert Park police said Teion McClatchey, 20, has been was booked into the Sonoma County jail for felony evading charges and on arrest warrants for multiple crimes from both Sonoma County and Marin counties. Investigators said the incident began at approximately 11:41 a.m. when Rohnert Park officers attempted to serve a felony arrest warrant on McClatchey at his residence on Avenida Cala in Rohnert Park. Although the suspect did not come to the door, the officers saw a maroon 2006 Mercedes parked in the driveway. At approximately 12:28 p.m., an alert officer saw the same maroon Mercedes driving southbound on Snyder Lane. The officer recognized McClatchey as the driver and only occupant of the vehicle. At that time a...
    MORGAN COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4)– A wild chase that spanned two counties, at one point the suspect narrowly missed hitting a police officer, finally ended with an arrest. Deputies with the Morgan County Sheriff’s Office were alerted to a pursuit that was entering their county on Highway 52 from Weld County on Monday afternoon. (credit: Morgan County) Officers with the Hudson Police Department, Lochbuie Police Department and Colorado State Patrol were pursuing a U-Haul truck that had failed to stop and nearly struck a Hudson police officer. As the truck neared the Morgan County line, state troopers deployed Stop Sticks. After hitting the sticks, the truck continued east on Highway 52 into Morgan County. (credit: Morgan County) Deputies set up additional Stop Sticks when the U-Haul truck made an abrupt turn onto County Road 4 and continued driving off the road and through an old farmstead house. The truck continued through...
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Officers shot and killed a knife-wielding man inside of a grocery store in Natomas early Sunday morning, the Sacramento Police Department said. The shooting happened shortly after 6:30 a.m. at a Bel Air grocery store along the 3200 block of Arena Boulevard, near E. Commerce Way. Sacramento police said officers initially responded to reports of a car crashing into a building. While law enforcement was on the way, dispatchers received more calls from people inside of Bel Air reporting that the suspect was armed with a knife and acting erratically. Sacramento police said other outside agencies and emergency personnel were called to the scene as the suspect began “severely wounding himself.” Negotiations continued with the man until he began charging toward officers with the knife still in hand, police said. Law enforcement fired “mulitple less lethal weapons,” but the man continued charging toward officers, resulting in a...
    SAN JOSE (CBS SF) — A gang member has been charged with assaulting two San Jose police officers in a weekend altercation that involved a desperate struggle for an officer’s gun, authorities said. San Jose police said 22-year-old Rodel Pulido was being held on charges that include two counts of assaulting a police officer with a firearm and felony resisting or deterring and officer with force. “If you attack a police officer, you threaten the lives of everyone in our community,” District Attorney Jeff Rosen said. “My Office will prosecute these despicable and incredibly dangerous crimes to the fullest extent of the law.” The incident took place at 6:42 p.m. on November 27 when the officers pulled Pulido over for a traffic violation on the 500 block of Avalani Ave. When the officers asked Pulido to step out of the car, he refused as other officers were arriving at...
    South Carolina police have released new information in the line-of-duty death of a sheriff’s deputy who was killed during a traffic stop earlier this week. Two people have been arrested in connection with Tuesday’s incident in Greenville that resulted in the death of Greenville County Sheriff’s Sgt. Conley Jumper, the State Law Enforcement Division said Thursday. Police charged 37-year-old Ray Kelly with murder; resisting arrest with a deadly weapon; assault and battery of a high and aggravated nature; weapons possession during a violent crime; and two counts each of drug trafficking and resisting arrest, according to a Thursday press release. They also charged Tornell Laureano, 24, with drug trafficking and weapons possession during a violent crime. Jumper, a 52-year-old husband and father, was killed after officers stopped a vehicle on Interstate 85 on Tuesday afternoon, sheriff’s officials said. A struggle occurred after at least one of the occupants fought...
    FRESNO  — A central California man who called 911 and admitted stabbing his mother to death was later shot by officers after he advanced on them while clutching a kitchen knife, police said. The suspect, identified as 22-year-old Miguel Carranza, is expected to survive and is in custody on suspicion of murder, said Deputy Chief Pat Farmer of the Fresno Police Department. Carranza called 911 Saturday to report that someone had been killed at the Fresno home he shared with his mother and sister, Farmer said at a news conference. As the conversation continued, the caller eventually told the dispatcher that he had stabbed his mother, Farmer said. A crisis negotiator and mental-health workers tried to get Carranza to surrender. After about an hour, Farmer said, the man came out, covered in blood and armed with a knife. He ignored “numerous commands” to drop the weapon and continued to walk...
    FRESNO, Calif. (AP) — A central California man who called 911 and admitted stabbing his mother to death was later shot by officers after he advanced on them while clutching a kitchen knife, police said. The suspect, identified as 22-year-old Miguel Carranza, is expected to survive and is in custody on suspicion of murder, said Deputy Chief Pat Farmer of the Fresno Police Department. Carranza called 911 Saturday to report that someone had been killed at the Fresno home he shared with his mother and sister, Farmer said at a news conference. As the conversation continued, the caller eventually told the dispatcher that he had stabbed his mother, Farmer said. A crisis negotiator and mental-health workers tried to get Carranza to surrender. After about an hour, Farmer said, the man came out, covered in blood and armed with a knife. He ignored “numerous commands” to drop the weapon and continued...
    VACAVILLE (CBS13) — A suspect has been arrested after he led officers on a chase in Vacaville late Friday morning. Vacaville police say, just before 11 a.m., an officer tried to pull over someone near Alamo Drive and Butcher Road. The driver wouldn’t stop, however, and instead continued onto the overpass towards Merchant Street. At this point, the officer turned on his sirens. The suspect continued going, though, until he reached a dead end on North Alamo Drive. The suspect pulled into a home, but then got out and ran towards Hidden Valley Lane. Officers later found the suspect hiding in under a wooden deck and took him into custody. The suspect has been identified as 26-year-old Fairfield resident Lavonte Shaw. A gun was found in a nearby bush, officers say. Police note that Shaw had several priors for firearms offenses. Shaw has been booked into Solano County Jail and...
    PORTLAND police were sprayed with chemicals by demonstrators during a protest on Monday that sent one officer to the hospital and resulted in at least 24 people being arrested. Late Monday night and into early Tuesday morning, protesters gathered outside the Portland Police Association headquarters. 5One police sergeant was sent to the hospital during the demonstrationCredit: Rex Features Fox News reported that five officers were sprayed with chemical irritants by demonstrators while participating in an unlawful assembly in Kenton Neighborhood. A police sergeant was sent to the hospital after being punched in the face. The demonstration was one of many that have happened in Portland and around the country to support Black Lives Matter and protest against police brutality. Protests have continued in Portland for more than 120 consecutive days. 5Protests have continued in Portland for more than 120 daysCredit: Rex Features On Monday...
    The city of Louisville appeared to be on lockdown early Wednesday awaiting an announcement from Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron on whether criminal charges will be brought against the three officers involved in the death of Breonna Taylor during a police raid in March. At the same time, Sgt. Jonathan Mattingly, who underwent surgery after he was shot in the leg during the raid, defended his actions in an email sent to colleagues early Tuesday, arguing that he and his fellow officers “did the legal, moral and ethical thing that night." He also blamed Mayor Greg Fischer, Public Safety Chief Amy Hess, and former Louisville Metro Police Chief Steve Conrad for failing “all of us in epic proportions for their own gain and to cover their a--es," adding that: "I’m proof they do not care about you." LOUISVILLE POLICE DECLARE STATE OF EMERGENCY, BARRICADES BLOCK TRAFFIC AHEAD OF ANTICIPATED BREONNA...
    CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — A prosecutor has declined to charge five North Carolina police officers accused of not giving immediate medical attention to a Black man who died after fatally ingesting drugs right before he was taken into custody. District Attorney Spencer Merriweather III said in a Monday report to the State Bureau of Investigation that prosecutors could not file involuntary manslaughter charges against the Charlotte-Mecklenburg officers because they would not be able to prove that Harold Easter, after eating a large amount of crack cocaine, would have lived even if he had received immediate medical attention. Officers who were conducting a drug investigation against Easter, 41, tried to conduct a traffic stop on the car he was driving on Jan. 23. Authorities say that during a low-speed pursuit, Easter ate a large amount of crack cocaine, and that he continued to eat, or try to eat, cocaine as he...
    An intoxicated 56-year-old man led police on an inching chase, frequently stopping in the middle of the travel lane and motioning for pursuing officers, their lights flashing, to pass him, police said. Tony Barr of Bridgeport, 56, reportedly caught the attention of Monroe police officers on Saturday, Sept. 12 with an equipment violation, and maintained that attention by swerving between lanes.  After an officer attempted to pull Barr over at approximately 10:10 p.m., Barr continued to travel north for over a mile with the officer trailing behind him, sirens sounding, said police.  After finally pulling into the breakdown lane on Route 111 near the intersection of Route 110, Barr reportedly attempted to negotiate with officers, smelling of alcohol and refusing to leave his vehicle.  Barr continued to be uncooperative, police said, even after he exited the vehicle and was taken into custody.  He was released from custody the next morning...
    An intoxicated 56-year-old man led police on an inching chase, frequently stopping in the middle of the travel lane and motioning for pursuing officers, their lights flashing, to pass him, police said. Tony Barr of Bridgeport, 56, reportedly caught the attention of Monroe police officers on Saturday, Sept. 12 with an equipment violation, and maintained that attention by swerving between lanes.  After an officer attempted to pull Barr over at approximately 10:10 p.m., Barr continued to travel north for over a mile with the officer trailing behind him, sirens sounding, said police.  After finally pulling into the breakdown lane on Route 111 near the intersection of Route 110, Barr reportedly attempted to negotiate with officers, smelling of alcohol and refusing to leave his vehicle.  Barr continued to be uncooperative, police said, even after he exited the vehicle and was taken into custody.  He was released from custody the next morning...
    A man was taken into custody early Tuesday after being pursued by police from Grand Prairie to Fort Worth, officers said. The chase began shortly after midnight when Grand Prairie officers spotted an unmarked van on Interstate 20. When they tried to stop it, the driver ignored it and continued, police said. They then followed the truck as it headed to Fort Worth, where police learned the driver’s name and began tracking him without lights or sirens. In eastern Fort Worth, they noticed the man was driving slowly and obeying most traffic laws. Officers continued to follow the man south of the city where he was detained in the area near Vaughn Boulevard and US 287. The driver’s name has not been released but he remains under arrest. In the video, one of the officers is seen pointing what appears to be an assault rifle. The...
    Protesters reportedly threw rocks and chunks of concrete at Portland officers Friday night after authorities declared an unlawful assembly. “Despite the public address announcements, the crowd continued to block traffic on East Burnside Street and several continued to trespass on the Kelly Building property,” the Portland Police Bureau (PPB) said in a news release Saturday. The release detailed the events: At 10:05 p.m., certain members of the group began taking concrete pieces off of a retaining wall nearby the Kelly Building. These people then smashed the concrete on the ground into smaller pieces which were thrown at officers. Certain people in the crowd shined lasers at officers, which can cause permanent eye damage. Several public address announcements were made regarding this criminal behavior, however it continued for a couple more hours. As the crowd continued to refuse to disperse from the area of the Kelly Building, targeted arrests were made. A...
    DETROIT (AP) — Detroit police have shot to death a man they say was wielding a sword in the middle of a street and who and threw a dagger at an officer, authorities said Thursday. Police Chief James Craig said after the man was shot late Thursday, he continued to approach officers while swinging the sword. He was able to climb into a police vehicle before he was captured. The unidentified man in his 20s was taken to an area hospital where he was pronounced dead. Based on a description of the man's behavior, which included wildly swinging a 32-inch sword, Craig suspected the man may have been experiencing a mental breakdown. The man charged police officers arriving at the scene, swung the sword and continued to approach officers after they asked him to drop the weapon, Craig said. He said an officer deployed his Taser in an effort to...
    DETROIT (AP) — Detroit police have shot to death a man they say was wielding a sword in the middle of a street and who and threw a dagger at an officer, authorities said Thursday. Police Chief James Craig said after the man was shot late Thursday, he continued to approach officers while swinging the sword. He was able to climb into a police vehicle before he was captured. The unidentified man in his 20s was taken to an area hospital where he was pronounced dead. Based on a description of the man’s behavior, which included wildly swinging a 32-inch sword, Craig suspected the man may have been experiencing a mental breakdown. The man charged police officers arriving at the scene, swung the sword and continued to approach officers after they asked him to drop the weapon, Craig said. He said an officer deployed his Taser in an...
    Acting Commissioner of U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Mark Morgan blasted Sen. Elizabeth Warren's “ridiculous and outrageous” claim that President Trump might deploy federal forces to prevent a peaceful transfer of power if former Vice President Joe Biden wins the 2020 election. Morgan made the comment during an appearance on “Fox News @Night” on Wednesday after host Shannon Bream noted that one of the agencies Warren wants a commitment from is the Department of Homeland Security. Warren said she is concerned that federal agents will be used if Trump loses the upcoming election and refuses to leave office. Warren said she “asked them to commit that they will not let Trump use these forces in the event he loses the election and doesn't want to leave office peacefully.” “I want to hear that commitment. I want to hear it in their own words and if they...
    What started out as a peaceful demonstration on Saturday in Richmond, Virginia, descended into chaos when the demonstrators made their way to the police station and began rioting. “Last night, Richmond’s long-held streak of peaceful protest ended,” Richmond Police Department Chief Gerald M. Smith said during a press conference the next day (video below). “To begin, the event last night we had a feel for that something was amiss for about a week before that.” “A flyer and different versions of a particular flyer were going around the city of Richmond that we believe originated outside the City of Richmond and anyone who saw that flyer or read that flyer could clearly feel its tone,” Smith continued. “Its tone was to have intimidation and fear and to the community and that was a cry and a rally to Monroe Park last week anywhere between 8:30 and 9 o’clock in which individuals,...
    Kai, the Morris County police K-9 who recently won the A&E Series ‘America’s Top Dog,’ is recovering after he was hit with a glass bottle and punched during an arrest in Dover, reports say. Dover Police were called to an East Blackwell Street apartment on a call of a tenant who stated that their upstairs neighbor had flooded their apartment with water coming through the ceiling on Friday, June 5, DailyRecord reports. The upstairs resident, identified as Thomas O'Connor, refused to speak with police but was "naked and exposing himself" through a window, the report said. O'Connor was also described as combative and tried to spit on police at the scene, according to the report. Officers with the Morris County Sheriff’s Office Emergency Response Team (SERT) arrived — Kai in tow — and made multiple attempts to get O’Connor to leave his apartment to talk, the report said. O’Connor allegedly continued...
    PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Night after night for nearly two months, protesters have taken to the streets of Portland, Oregon, for demonstrations against racial injustice that have devolved into vandalism and clashes with authorities. Long after such unrest subsided in other cities, small groups of protesters in Portland continued to set fires, spray graffiti on public buildings and battle officers. The continued conflict prompted soul-searching in the progressive city, which became increasingly polarized over how to handle it. More recently, the Trump administration’s decision to call in federal agents to help protect the federal courthouse — the focus of much protest activity — has galvanized many in Portland anew. Protests have again swelled and attracted a broader base in a city that’s increasingly unified and outraged about the use of federal officers. The clashes have continued, with some protesters trying to break into the courthouse, while authorities respond with tear...
    PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Night after night for nearly two months, protesters have taken to the streets of Portland, Oregon, for demonstrations against racial injustice that have devolved into vandalism and clashes with authorities. Long after such unrest subsided in other cities, small groups of protesters in Portland continued to set fires, spray graffiti on public buildings and battle officers. The continued conflict prompted soul-searching in the progressive city, which became increasingly polarized over how to handle it. More recently, the Trump administration’s decision to call in federal agents to help protect the federal courthouse — the focus of much protest activity — has galvanized many in Portland anew. Protests have again swelled and attracted a broader base in a city that’s increasingly unified and outraged about the use of federal officers. The clashes have continued, with some protesters trying to break into the courthouse, while authorities respond with...
    Sean Hannity ripped Democratic leaders in Oregon and across the country who have criticized President Trump following Department of Homeland Security intervention in Portland, Ore., which has been the site of violent protests for weeks. Hannity said in his opening monologue that Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler, a Democrat, called the federal law enforcement officers' tactics in arresting suspects "un-American" and has also repeated that they should leave the city. "This is just crazy -- we were coming to the end of our nightly demonstrations, at least the part where people were vandalizing things and some scattered acts of violence, but we saw the energy coming out of that and that it would be done in a couple of days -- and the tactics they are using are very un-American," he said in a clip played by the host. Hannity said that Wheeler and Oregon Gov. Kate Brown are also "working together to prevent police from dispersing violent crowds" with...
    NEWARK (CBSNewYork) – A dramatic rescue of a newborn baby was caught on video in Newark. NJ Transit Police released body camera footage of the incident, which took place at 10 a.m. Tuesday at Newark Penn Station. According to officials, NJ Transit Police Officers Bryan Richards and Alberto Nunes came upon a mother cradling her unresponsive newborn in her arms in a bathroom. The child was turning grey. “Did you just give birth?” one of the officers asked the mother, before taking the baby and rushing it to a sink. Officer Richards immediately started chest compressions and called for EMS, but realizing the severity of the situation, decided to drive to the hospital right away. Richards continued CPR as Nunes drove them to the hospital. Body camera footage shows Richards cradling the baby while performing chest compressions. Finally, the video shows the baby making a noise, and starting to breathe...
    A Morris County man with a history of drug use abused and threatened officers who were serving him with a warrant and restraining order, authorities charged. Adnan Smajlovic was found sleeping in a vehicle when authorities came to his house to serve him a warrant and restraining order around 12:40 a.m., June 27, Mansfield Township police said. He became belligerent when officers woke him up and informed him of the warrant, refusing to leave his vehicle, police said. Smajlovic had to be forcibly removed from his car and -- once in handcuffs -- continued to fight with officers, kicking and thrashing in the patrol car, authorities said. Smajlovic was then placed in leg restraints and continued to be abusive and threatening toward the officers until he was turned over to the Morris County Sheriff’s Department on their no bail warrant, authorities said. In 2017, officers in Rochelle Park discovered more...
    Nearly four weeks after being pushed to the ground by Buffalo police, Martin Gugino is being released from the hospital. The 75-year-old man suffered a fractured skull while participating in a peaceful protest against police violence in the city. READ MORE: 2 Buffalo police officers charged with assault in shoving Two Buffalo police officers knocked the man down and failed to offer him medical assistance in a clash that was captured on a viral video. WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT Video shows two police officers in Buffalo, New York, shoving a 75-year-old man to the ground. The sound of a crack is heard and blood trickles from the man’s head https://t.co/JOGKvPOjoD pic.twitter.com/TBqs4gelmi — Reuters (@Reuters) June 5, 2020 In a statement, Gugino’s attorney, Kelly Zarcone, said he is recovering in an undisclosed location. “I was able to see Martin today and he looks great.” She wrote in a statement to WBFO, Buffalo’s...
    BUFFALO, New York (WABC) -- The 75-year-old protester who was pushed to the ground by police in Buffalo has been released from the hospital.Martin Gugino suffered a fractured skull in the incident which happened June 4 during the George Floyd demonstrations.Two Buffalo police officers have been charged with second-degree assault after a widely shared video captured Gugino falling to the ground after being pushed on June 4. He was seen bleeding from his head as officers walked away.The officers, who could face prison sentences of up to seven years if convicted, have pleaded not guilty.Gugino's attorney released the following statement Tuesday:"Martin Gugino was released from the Erie County Medical Center earlier today. He will be recovering at an undisclosed location in order to ensure his privacy. Martin wants to thank the entire hospital staff for their exceptional dedication and professionalism. He received truly outstanding care and for that, he is...
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