At 1910 hrs, Sgt. Modrzynski drew his taser & applied a dry stun to inmate Gagneur left shoulder. Due to inmate Gagneur threatening to spit & attempting to bite my arms, as I was applying pressure points to restrain him. At 1913 hrs, inmate Gagneur was fully restrained, & moved to holding cell a without further incident. At 2125 hrs, inmate Gagneur was removed from the restraint chair, & encouraged to move around the holding cell.
His neighbor appears to be intoxicated and becomes violent when the officer reaches for his handcuffs. He takes a swing at the officer and then attempts his escape. Thirty years prior, the officer would have had the option to draw his weapon and fire or risk a dangerous car chase. Thankfully, he has a Taser gun on his belt. He is able to draw, fire, and apprehend the subject with little effort and no loss of life.
On 06/14/2017 around 1750 hours, I, Officer Burkes, responded to a report of a suspicious person knocking on a door at 1504 Homestead Blvd. The caller stated that a white male was bleeding all over her door and asking her to call 911. When I arrived on scene, I noticed a white male, later identified as Alex Schesny, sitting between the screen door and steele door. I asked Alex to get up and walk out to the back of my patrol car. Once on the back of my car, I retrieved my gloves out of the front seat.
1LT Handelman does not recall any events past 0000 the morning of 13 MAR 16, however, sufficient evidence exists to indicate around 0119 hours he was acting in a drunk and disorderly manner in the street and kicked the window of a passing car. A KNP Officer responding to the incident attempted to calm him at which time 1LT Handelman struck him in the chin with his fist and knocked him to the ground attempting to choke him with both hands (Exhibit 02). 1LT Handelman sustained a significant number of contusions, abrasions, and a chipped tooth in the ensuring altercation however; the force applied by the KNP does not appear to be excessive given the
Some officers could use racial profiling to detain a suspect. For example; On April 4, 2015, a White officer, Michael Slager, stopped a 50-year-old Black man, Walter Scott, because he had a broken brake light. Scott ran and Slager fired his gun at Scott hitting him in the back five times. Michael Slager, who had been fired, was also trial for murder and pleaded guilty (Department of Justice [DOJ]), 2016. That case, no threat or danger against the police officer were made.
James Blake in New York, was mistaken for a suspect in an identity-theft ring. The officer charged at him, picked him up and slammed him to the ground. Four others helped detain and handcuff Blake who cooperated willingly and immediately. After they realized their mistake he was released and profusely apologized to. Patrick Lynch the head of the New Your City policy union criticized the officers saying that they were un-American and irresponsible.
Michael Brown was caught on footage stealing. Darren Wilson seen the two men that he thought matched The robbery suspects so he backed his car to block them. Officer Wilson stopped brown and brown was unarmed turned his face to officer Wilson and moved towards him. Wilson fired at brown
On March 27, 2012 police officer Morgan Stubble watched Dennys Rodrigues commit a traffic violation. The officer pulled over Rodrigues and proceed to issue a traffic warning. The officer then asked Rodrigues if he can walk his dog around the vehicle. The dog alerted the officer of contraband
Because Amanda pushed Kalvin and ripped his jacket by grabbing hold of it, there was probable cause to arrest Amanda for RCW 9A.36.041 DV Assault 4th Degree. I advised Amanda she was under arrest and Officer Michels placed her into handcuffs. I advised Amanda of her Constitutional Rights from my pre-printed Miranda card. I asked Amanda if she understood her rights and she stated "yes". While arresting Amanda, she stated she needed belongings from inside, such as a coat and her driver's license, to go to jail with her.
Dominique was pulled over and due to the possibility of intoxication and was brought to the Bar Harbor police station. Without being read his Miranda rights he was placed into an intoxilyzer room. While the police officer was setting up the equipment Dominique exclaimed “It’s not going to work” pg. 2 which the officer replied to saying “No?” and he answered “No, [be]cause I had two beers in an hour…” and explained why he thinks it wouldn’t work because he had experience with law enforcement in his family. After the police officer got all of his general information i.e. his address, vehicle, and other information. After he explained the test and Dominique “I’m not going to blow into [the machine] pg.
I knocked on the door, announced I was the Police, told Oleg he was under arrest for an order violation, and advised him to come outside. I heard a male inside the playhouse ask multiple times why we were there, and heard someone walking back and forth inside. After a few minutes, a male, who identified himself as Oleg, came outside. I placed Oleg into handcuffs and again advised him he was under arrest for violation of an order. Officer Benavente advised Oleg of his Constitutional Rights, and Oleg said he understood and was willing to speak with Police.
Amy B. Wang and Kristine Phillips question the choices the Weirton Police Department in West Virginia made on the career of Stephen Mader, who recently lost his job after he hesitates to shoot, in their article, “‘Just shoot me,’ an armed man told a cop. The officer didn’t and was fired, his lawsuit claimed.” On May 6, 2016, Stephen Mader received a domestic dispute call, and “once on the scene, he encountered a “visibly distraught” man named Ronald J. Williams.” ( Mader tries to convince the man to lower his gun, but Williams refuses; therefore, when Williams raised his gun, another officer killed him. A month later, Mader was fired for not following the police department 's procedures.