Indianapolis, IN. Officer struck by vehicle during accident investigation, partner shoots at fleeing suspect

During the routine investigation of an accident, a vehicle not involved in the original accident driving the wrong way is stopped. The operator becomes agitated and hits the officer with his vehicle.

Officers were investigating a traffic accident around 6:45 P.M. in the eastbound lanes of 38th Street between Franklin Road and the I-465 overpass. During the course of their investigation another vehicle entered the lane going the wrong way.

Officers stopped the vehicle that was going the wrong way and started to talk with the driver who became agitated. During the discussion that Officers were having with the driver he became irate and attempted to leave the scene. As he left he struck the officer with his vehicle causing him injury. The second officer fired his weapon at the fleeing vehicle.

Officers gave chase to the vehicle and apprehended the driver a short while later.

Deputy Chief Valerie Cunningham told WISHTV8  “A vehicle is a weapon; we stand here extremely fortunate that the officer was not seriously injured or killed by that vehicle.”

The officer that was struck has suffered injury to his hand and possible back injuries.

Washington State Patrol 3 year old K-9 “Patrick” passed away after detection work

A 3 year old K-9 with the Washington State Patrol had just finished screening two Ferry loads of cars for explosives. On his way home the K-9 was taken ill and immediately rushed to a vet.

Trooper Mike Allan who is with Homeland Security and assigned to the K-9 unit of the Washington State Patrol had just completed training with his K-9 partner “Patrick” a 3 year old German Shepherd for explosives detection. After training the team went to the Coleman Ferry Terminal where Patrick screened two Ferry loads of cars for explosives.  Continue reading “Washington State Patrol 3 year old K-9 “Patrick” passed away after detection work”

Arlington, Tx. Officer shot, 1 suspect in custody

Shortly before 11 p.m. on Monday night, an Arlington Police officer was shot while assisting the Saginaw Police Department serve a felony arrest warrant for murder.

Officers from the Saginaw Police Department had a warrant for a man identified as 23 year old Joel Conner McCommon who was wanted for fatal shooting of 17-year-old Jordan Miles last weekend.  Continue reading “Arlington, Tx. Officer shot, 1 suspect in custody”

Two police officers shot, suspect dead at Arizona Walmart

Two police officers were injured Saturday when a trespassing suspect they were approaching at an Arizona Walmart pulled out a gun and opened fire, police said.

Chandler Police Chief Sean Duggan said the incident occurred at 6:20 a.m. at the Chandler Wal-Mart located at 1175 S. Arizona Ave.  The two officers had been shot by a man who was identified as Mitchell Oakley, 24.  Continue reading “Two police officers shot, suspect dead at Arizona Walmart”

Yavapai County, AZ. Sheriff’s Deputy working with the community for the community

A Yavapai County Sheriff’s Deputy worked using available tools at his disposal to assist a member of the community who was despondent to a successful conclusion.

About 6 p.m., deputies were dispatched to a call of a man threatening to hurt himself after an argument with a female friend over relationship issues, YCSO spokesman Dwight D’Evelyn said. The man, in his late teens, was driving around the area and a deputy located him on Loy Road.  Continue reading “Yavapai County, AZ. Sheriff’s Deputy working with the community for the community”

Philadelphia, Pa. Officer shot two suspects in custody.

An officer responded to a woman who stated her vehicle was being stolen, while attempting to safeguard her property the officer was shot. The officer continued to chase and fight his attackers.

A female approached officers and said that men were breaking into her vehicle. Officer McCulla, 24 of the Philadelphia Police Department a two year veteran and his partner went to investigate the complaint near the 5900 block of Market St.  Continue reading “Philadelphia, Pa. Officer shot two suspects in custody.”

Troy, N.Y. Suspect attempts to crush Officer with car during traffic stop

Officials say a city police officer was injured and a suspect shot and killed early Sunday morning after a traffic stop in the city’s North Central neighborhood led to a brief car chase.

Troy Police said early Sunday morning at around 3:15 a.m. a Troy Police Officer was conducting a traffic stop on 6th Ave between Hutton and Hoosick St. During the stop, the driver tried to run over the officer with his car and sped off.  Continue reading “Troy, N.Y. Suspect attempts to crush Officer with car during traffic stop”

Harris County. Tx. Deputy Constable ambushed, shot 4 times

A Harris County Precinct 7 deputy constable was shot multiple times last night in what investigators say was an ‘ambush’ attack. Deputy Constable Alden Clopton was shot four times at the 3000 block of Alabama Street near Ennis.

Deputy Constable Clopton was in surgery at Memorial Hermann Hospital for nearly six hours and has now been moved to critical care, Constable May Walker stated.  Continue reading “Harris County. Tx. Deputy Constable ambushed, shot 4 times”

Park County, WY Sheriff’s Office gets a thankful shout out

From the Park County, WY. Sheriff’s Office A citizen was impressed with the cordial manner of a Deputy and wanted to just say hello and thanks with some advice to young people.

The Park County Sheriff’s Office shared the shout out for all to see as they received it and added their thoughts of:

Pride, Professionalism, and Courtesy

Members of the Park County Sheriff’s Office strive to perform their duties each and every day with pride, professionalism, and courtesy.  Continue reading “Park County, WY Sheriff’s Office gets a thankful shout out”

Orange County Sheriff’s Office, Florida making a difference every day

Almost every day you can see officers in a positive light interacting with the community in Orange County Florida on their Facebook page. The officers especially love working with kids.

While the Orange County, Fl. Sheriff’s office does not post every interaction that they have with the public there is more than enough evidence to show that they have routine interactions with the public, especially when it comes to children.  Continue reading “Orange County Sheriff’s Office, Florida making a difference every day”