16 hours ago (#61273) By: brrrtmn (points: 11761, rank: 1)
CCTV Caught Cold Blood Murder
Alagoinhas, Brazil - 19 year old garage worker was assassinated in broad day light. Police have released these images of CCTV cameras hoping it would help track down the killer.
The motive for the murder is still unknown.
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16 hours ago (#61270) By: brrrtmn (points: 11761, rank: 1)
Robber Violently Attacks Woman For Pain Meds
Palm Harbor, FL - Pinellas County deputies are seeking the suspect seen on video tackling a woman and stealing her medication outside a Palm Harbor pharmacy.
Deputies say the robbery occurred April 8 just before 2:30 p.m. in front of the Trust Pharmacy, 36515 U.S. Highway 19 North.
The video shows the suspect pacing along the sidewalk, then attacking the victim as she left the pharmacy.
The suspect grabbed the victim by the throat as she exited the pharmacy, throwing her to the ground and making threatening statements before taking her madication and running away.
The suspect is described as a white male, about 40 years old, with white hair. He was last seen wearing a blue sweatshirt with white lettering, plaid shorts, tennis shoes, glasses, and possibly has a tattoo on his calf.
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16 hours ago (#61269) By: brrrtmn (points: 11761, rank: 1)
Shocking video showing mystery man apparently kicking hostel cat while filming attack on his mobile phone
A hostel boss appealed for help identifying a man caught on CCTV apparently kicking the resident cat.
The footage appears to show the man approach the cat at Hatters Hostel, in Mount Pleasant, Liverpool city centre, and kick it, while filming the vile attack on his mobile phone.
Paul Mercer, general manager at the hostel, said: “After this he seems very wary about people but before he would have no problems coming up to people and sitting on their lap. He’s a very friendly cat.”
Will Carey from the hostel, said Catters the cat had been at the hostel since 2008.
He said: “He’s our resident cat. Thankfully he’s fine after the incident - just a bit traumatised.”
Staff at the hostel are appealing for anyone who recognises the man to come forward.
Paul said the man was not staying at the hostel but instead walked in from the street late last Saturday evening.
He said: “I think he had come in and asked to use the toilet. Staff at the time saw it happen. They were gutted and very angry. A member of staff took him out.
“It’s disgraceful someone can do this to an animal.”
Paul said: “He’s been here a long time. We feed him and the guests feed him, he’s part of the furniture.
“The residents love him, they like to see him walking about. He has his own little house out the back that we’ve built for him.”
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2 days ago (#61098) By: brrrtmn (points: 11761, rank: 1)
Queens Man Sues NYPD for Alleged Pepper Spray Attack
Surveillance video captured an encounter between police and Stefon Luckey, who says an officer sprayed him in the face several times inside a deli.
man has sued the New York City Police Department over an incident captured on video in which an officer allegedly pepper-sprayed him several times, the Daily News reports.
Stefon Luckey, 34, an emergency medical technician, alleges in the suit filed in federal court in Brooklyn that he was assaulted at a deli last May in the St. Albans section of Queens after four officers followed him inside.
On video, the incident begins with an officer pushing the 6-foot-4-inch, 300-pound Luckey along an aisle and against a store shelf. Two officers step away, and one of those remaining with Luckey raises a can and squirts something in Luckey’s face. Luckey covers his eyes and staggers to the rear of the store.
Less than a minute a later, an officer returns and sprays him in the face a second and third time. Luckey is then seen standing with his hands behind him. Two officers handcuff him without any resistance. With Luckey in handcuffs and standing still, an officer squirts something in Luckey's face a fourth time.
Luckey said the officers followed him into the deli after his brother was pulled over for making an illegal U-turn. He said he was told to move along after remarking on the incident. That’s when he entered the deli and was followed by the officers, who told him he was under arrest. He told the News that the spray came out when he asked why he was under arrest.
He was charged with disorderly conduct, but the charge was ultimately dismissed, the report says.
“It came as a surprise to me,” Luckey told the News. “I think they were just trying to bully me.”
The New York City Law Department, which handles most of the city's legal affairs, and the NYPD declined to comment.
Luckey alleges that officers failed to return $200 in cash and his ID when they gave his wallet back to him, the News says. His lawyer, Philip Hines, told the News that the incident is under investigation.
“When police officers such as these show callous and obvious disregard for the civil rights of the public, it undermines all of the great work done by the vast majority of the NYPD,” Hines told the News.
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2 days ago (#61097) By: brrrtmn (points: 11761, rank: 1)
Florida CVS customer tackles robbery suspect
SARASOTA, Fla. -- April 16, 2014 -- 8 a.m.
On Sunday, April 13, 2014 at about 1:20 p.m., officers with the Sarasota Police Department responded to the CVS at 2773 Fruitville Road in Sarasota in reference an armed robbery.
The suspect walked into the store with a bandanna over his face and threatened the clerk at the front of the store. The suspect walked to the pharmacy, in the back of the store, and demanded all of the Oxycodone and Hydromorphone pills, which are prescription drugs.
The suspect had his hand in his pocket and implied he had a gun. Pharmacy staff placed the prescription drugs on the counter for the suspect. The suspect demanded a bag and that is when he was taken down by Jaanus Jurisoo, a witness that was inside the store at the time of the incident. Jurisoo held the defendant down until officers arrived on scene. Further investigation showed the suspect was not armed.
Freddie F. Johnson, 65, of 704 Rellim Lane, Sarasota, has been charged with one count armed robbery in connection to this case. Johnson is also facing one count of armed robbery in connection to the Hedges Pharmacy robbery which occurred on February 27, 2014.
"Although we applaud the actions of Mr. Jurisoo in bringing this suspect into custody, we do not encourage or recommend that members of the public take matters into their own hands when they observe a crime. We recommend that individuals who observe criminal activity not put themselves into harm's way or place themselves into a position to become a victim. We would ask that if you see a crime in progress to call 911 immediately and provide as much information to the responding police officers that they possibly can to assist the officers make the apprehension of the suspect(s)" said Captain Patrick Robinson, Bureau of Patrol Operations, Sarasota Police Department.
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3 days ago (#60980) By: brrrtmn (points: 11761, rank: 1)
Man refuses to give cellphone to robber and gets shot twice
A man reacts to a robbery attempt and gets shot twice in São Caetano - São Paulo. He stays in the hospital in serious condition.
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4 days ago (#60896) By: brrrtmn (points: 11761, rank: 1)
Murder and confirmation of death caught on CCTV, Ashdod, Israel
Police realesed CCTV footage of a murder and confirmation of death, of a criminal who's "known to the police" .. According to the police - the victim was invited to the party as a trap, known by the name of "Red riding hood", and then stabbed..
Once they reached the corner of the building an unknown man shot the stabber 5 times and confirmed his death with three more bullets when he was on the ground.
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5 days ago (#60802) By: brrrtmn (points: 11761, rank: 1)
Wild Shootout At Philadelphia Motel
Philadelphia, PA - Police have released surveillance video of a wild shoot-out caught on camera last month at a Northeast Philadelphia motel.
Luckily, investigators said, no one was injured in the melee.
Officers were called shortly before 12:30 a.m. on March 31 to the Roosevelt Motor Inn, located at 7600 Roosevelt Blvd. in Rhawnhurst.
An employee told police he heard gunshots coming from a hallway. Soon after, the employee said, an unknown gunman ran past the front desk and fled through the parking lot.
Police found ballistic evidence but were unable to make contact with any of the suspects.
A review of surveillance video revealed a group of unknown men running through the motel hallways and shooting at each other as guests scrambled to get out of the way.
At one point, a man can be seen crouching down and pointing a handgun toward the end of a corridor. He flees after another man reaches a gun around the hallway's corner and appears to fire off a round.
The main suspects are described as two black males between the ages of 20 and 30. One man has dreadlocks and was last seen wearing a black sweatshirt and black pants. The second man has a beard and was last seen wearing a blue coat, jeans, white sneakers and a black skullcap.
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