Volusia County Sheriff’s Office K-9 killed, suspect being sought

The Volusia County Sheriff’s Office Stated that one of their K-9’s was shot by a suspect while performing a search for a burglary suspect.

Volusia County, Fl.  The Sheriff’s Office reported on their Facebook page that one of their K-9’s was shot while conducting a search for a burglary suspect in a neighborhood. Continue reading “Volusia County Sheriff’s Office K-9 killed, suspect being sought”

Boise, ID. 2 officers shot, 1 K-9 Shot, 1 suspect killed after man hunt

2 Officers were shot a K-9 Shot and a suspect was killed after Police pursued a man wanted for carjacking an elderly woman and shooting two people earlier in the week.

The incident began on Clark and Roosevelt streets at about 12:50 p.m. local time when residents alerted Police to a stolen vehicle that was to be recovered. Officers attempted to recover the vehicle when a suspect took the vehicle and led them on a chase through the city. Continue reading “Boise, ID. 2 officers shot, 1 K-9 Shot, 1 suspect killed after man hunt”

Charlotte, N.C. Free Hugs man gets berated by protesters for doing the right thing

Free Hugs man attempts to hug Police Officers is instantly berated by protesters for offering love.

Charlotte, N.C. One man trying to make a difference in a sea of hatred was met with intolerance by protesters for his brave act of compassion and brotherly love. After hugging a uniformed Police Officer the Black “Free Hugs” man was shouted at by protesters instantly who disputed his act. Continue reading “Charlotte, N.C. Free Hugs man gets berated by protesters for doing the right thing”

WANTED: Ahmad Khan Rahami, 28, in connection to the Chelsea explosion

The Same Man is Sought In Connection With Chelsea, Seaside Park Blasts.

A massive manhunt is underway for Ahmad Khan Rahami, 28, who is believed to be armed and should not be approached by the public. Rahami is a naturalized United States citizen who was born in Afghanistan. Continue reading “WANTED: Ahmad Khan Rahami, 28, in connection to the Chelsea explosion”

The “Routine Traffic Stop” Why aren’t you out catching a murderer or something …

How many times an officer has heard that? Officers also know that there is no such thing as a “Routine Traffic Stop” The case in point just happened to two of N.Y.P.D.’s finest ..

On June 2, 2013 in East Harlem a shooting had occurred on the 400 block of East 105th Street and Luciano Cajigas, 28, had been murdered. The suspect in the case had been identified as Edwin Burgos, 57, but had evaded capture all this time despite the fact that his mugshot had been distributed to the public as a person of interest. Continue reading “The “Routine Traffic Stop” Why aren’t you out catching a murderer or something …”

Hatch, NM. Police Officer shot. 3 in custody

The officer was conducting a traffic stop. During the stop a person exited the vehicle and shot him in the neck.

The incident began as a routine traffic stop near Franklin Avenue on Friday afternoon near a convenience store at about 3:41 P.M..  A second officer arrived on scene when one of the passengers got out of the car and opened fire striking the officer who had made the initial vehicle stop in the neck. Continue reading “Hatch, NM. Police Officer shot. 3 in custody”

Sebastian County, Arkansas Update 1 Officer Killed, suspect in custody

Sebastian County, Ar. A Deputy Sheriff has died from the wounds he sustained earlier in the day and a man who barricaded himself f inside a residence ads been captured.

At approximately 7:00 a.m. local time, a 911 call was made by the father of 35-year-old Billy Monroe Jones. Jones had reportedly pulled a gun on his father. Police were dispatched to Jones’ home in Sebastian County, Arkansas, and found him holding a rifle and wearing body armor. Continue reading “Sebastian County, Arkansas Update 1 Officer Killed, suspect in custody”

Ben Roethlisberger “Big Ben” reminds Police to apply for Grants through his foundation ASAP!

NFL Quarterback “Big Ben” Roethlisberger reminds Police Departments to apply for Grants before the August 15th Deadline.

Ben “Big Ben” Roethlisberger, NFL Pittsburgh Steelers Quarterback has a charitable foundation that serves two of the best purposes of all. It serves to help Police and Fire Departments throughout the U.S. and as if that is not enough it also works with the Make-A-Wish Foundation! But time is limited for Police and Fire for the 2016 NFL grant year. Continue reading “Ben Roethlisberger “Big Ben” reminds Police to apply for Grants through his foundation ASAP!”

PTSD: The Hidden Toll of Policing

Witnessing death, violence, and the suffering of innocents on a daily basis can leave police officers feeling overwhelmed and desperate
By Denisse Moreno, Epoch Times

One night eight years ago, Mark DiBona was in a very dark place.

The police officer felt unappreciated, unhappy with his weight, emotional. He had recurring nightmares of scenes he had witnessed at work—death, shootings, child molestation, fatal crashes. Continue reading “PTSD: The Hidden Toll of Policing”

Utica, NY Officer saves child who suffered from an epileptic seizure disorder

A Utica, NY Police Officer saved a child who suffers from an epileptic seizure disorder  as a first responder by recognizing the signs and providing help needed with training he received as a paramedic

Utica, New York Officer Christopher Manion was praised for his assessment and continued work on a child who suffered from a seizure that left the child lifeless. Upon his arrival the Officer noted the child’s lifeless signs and began CPR.  Continue reading “Utica, NY Officer saves child who suffered from an epileptic seizure disorder”