George Murdoch On Wednesday 29th of September 1983, two cyclist seen a taxi driver in trouble. He was being held down and strangled by a passenger of George Murdoch, 58. The cyclist sped off and called the police, from a nearby phone box, but when the police arrived it was too late George was dead.
It was subsequently learned that the subject, before police arrived entered the home of his girlfriend and forcefully took her keys and drover her vehicle recklessly and destroying a nearby utility pole and two fences. After the vehicle became inoperable the subject went to the chair where officers encountered him. The subject was transported to Eskenazi Hospital for mental evaluation and will likely face preliminary charges once investigators have had a chance to investigate this
Billings Police Sort out a verbal dispute between an ex-boy friend and his ex-girl friend. According to the young man who was riding in the passenger side of the green van closest to the intersection, the small van behind them was chasing them. The occupants in the small green van were accusing the passenger in the large green van of not returning a Birth Certificate.
Pablo Picasso was spotted down Mango Street driving a stolen 1979 Yellow Cadillac. There were other people in the car but when we tried to get him they all jumped out. When Officer George caught up to the stolen vehicle he found it smashed into a light post. That’s when Officer George arrested him and took him to the precinct.
“King was caught by the Los Angeles police after a high-speed chase on March 3, 1991”. “King, who was intoxicated, had been caught speeding and initially tried to evade the police. When he finally pulled over and exited his car, multiple LAPD units and a helicopter were pursuing him. Taken by bystander George Holliday from across the street, the footage shows four officers tazing, kicking, and hitting King with their batons upwards of 53 times… the bruises, broken leg, and the scar from the stun gun, which jolted him with 50,000 bolt shocks… The officers involved, Laurence Powell, Timothy Wind, Theodore Briseno and Stacey Koon, were put
This is something that is almost comical and seems like a comedy routine on a television show or like the totally incompetent cops in the Police Academy Movies. A man driving a car with red and blue emergency lights stopped a car in North Kingsville, Ohio for a traffic violation. The joke was on him because he stopped a real law officer. The law officer quickly realized that he was a fake and drove away. He later contacted the North Kingsville, Ohio police department about the fake cop.
According to a witness, one man was crawling through the parking lot, attempting to hide, when Dear caught sight of him. Dear then stalked the man through the lot. It is unclear whether this man survived. Another witness, William Carson, 23, had just gotten out of his car when he heard the gunshots. “I heard six or seven shots while I was still out of the car.
According to the LA Times report on the Gardena Police Department shooting, this is what happen: The grainy videos, captured by cameras mounted in two patrol cars, show three men mistakenly suspected of stealing a bicycle standing in a street under the glare of police lights. With their weapons trained on the men, officers scream at them to keep their hands up. While two of the men in the videos remain motionless, Diaz Zeferino appears confused by the officers’ instructions. He drops and raises his arms repeatedly, showing the officers his hands and stepping backward
The investigation I found involves a police arrest of an elementary school tutor in the Nashville area after three kids were found in the trunk of his car. The man was charged with reckless endangerment of a child. A Witness includes a customer at a speedway that saw three kids approximately 9 years old getting out of the trunk of the car. The suspect, whose name is James, denies everything saying they were never in his car or in the store with her. She does say that they did spend the night at her house though.
The book is about a boy named Francisco and his family are immigrants from Mexico. The family comes to the United States to work to support the family. The family is poor so they have to send Francisco, his older brother Roberto, and Papa to work. While Francisco and Roberto have to go to school. One day the family gets sent back to Mexico but Francisco and Roberto stay for school.
When Union troops invaded Confederate states, thousands of black slaves flocked to Union camps for a chance to fight and a chance for freedom. Many of these men were unofficially allowed to enlist in the Union Army. After President Abraham Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation, Jan. 1, 1863, black Soldiers were officially allowed to participate in the war. Black Soldiers distinguished themselves in battle on numerous occasions. On Feb. 1, 1863, Col. T. W. Higginson, commander of the 1st Regiment South Carolina Volunteers, gave this report after the St. Mary’s River expedition in Georgia and Florida: "No officer in this regiment now doubts that the key to the successful prosecution of this war lies in the unlimited employment of black troops…
After reading the story “The Myth of the Latin Woman”, I was not astonished that people still to this day carry the mindset of racial stereotyping. Even though that no matter how much a person tries to cast away from their culture to avoid being labeled, they would still be judged from what the world portrays them as. However, even to this day I am and will forever be a victim of being labeled due to the color of my skin. I myself as well as others in this society am guilty of stereotyping Latino women due to what we see in movies. There was a time when I came across a young Latino female, it was when I was hanging out with a group of friends after school.
Good Country People Narrative Essay Mrs. Freeman’s gaze drove forward and just touched him before he disappeared under the hill. Then she returned her attention to the evil-smelling onion shoot she was lifting from the ground. “Some can’t be that simple,” she said. “I know I never could.” When the sun was beginning to dive down, sprinkling a orange-tone layer across the ground, Hulga was finished slouching.