Crazy Police Videos

This is more than a traffic stop. Viral video of a raucous Hartford, Connecticut Police arrest Monday morning on Blue Hills Avenue has sparked a new community conversation about law enforcement’s relationship with the Black community in the capital city. Hartford Courant

It was only later, however, that police discovered the car was not reported stolen. Instead, it was flagged on the hotsheet because the vehicle and the male passenger in the car were wanted in connection with a recent report of gunfire in New Britain. The woman’s antics allowed the suspect to leave the scene with her daughter.

Oklahoma woman refuses to sign ticket for broken tail light, flees. This “Karen” turned a fix-it ticket into a felony assault charge when she kicks officer in the balls.

TOWN OF ULSTER, N.Y.- Ulster County Legislator Jennifer Schwartz Berky pleaded with a town police officer on May 24 to not give her a traffic ticket after saying she couldn’t afford the fine, a newly released recording shows.
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Speeding, Expired Registration and Expired License. What a Karen.

Possible charges: Speeding, DUI, wrongful possession of a firearm, disorderly conduct, resisting arrest, assault. Jeez….

On March 7, 2019 at 10:13am Officer Linda Gutierrez responded to a car accident at the intersection of E. Livingston Ave. & Brookwood Rd. (east Columbus) What appeared to be a victim of the accident quickly became irate/irrational while Officer Gutierrez was trying to access the situation. The 27-year-old male berated the officer, threatened suicide by cop and continued to approach her when she asked him to back up.

On June 16, officers pulled over a car on South Green Road for an expired license plate. According to the police report, officers discovered that the driver’s license of 22-year-old William Hansford was suspended, and under Ohio law, he was not allowed to drive. All the police wanted to do is impound the car. They told him that he could be arrested but also said they wouldn’t arrest him and even offered a ride home. The dumbass talked himself into an arrest.

In a sharp rebuke of a former commissioner forced to resign over an obscenity-laced tirade caught on video during a routine police traffic stop, Port Authority officials publicly censured Caren Z. Turner for a litany of ethics rules they claimed she violated.

Tower Asleep at the Switch

When American Airlines Flight 1900 could not raise the tower at Reagan International Airport, the controller at the Potomac Terminal Radar Approach tries to help.

Here are some highlights….

Potomac: “Just so you’re aware, the tower is apparently not manned. We’ve made a few phone calls. No one’s answered. … So you can expect to go in as an uncontrolled airport.”
American 1900: “Is there a reason it’s not manned?”
Potomac: “I’m going to take a guess and say that the controller got locked out. I’ve heard of this happening before.”

Two airliners had to conduct unassisted landings because the only person pulling the over night shift in the tower has fallen asleep. Authorities have suspended the controller (a supervisor) while the incident is investigated.

Federal Aviation Administration Administrator Randy Babbitt said.

“As a former airline pilot, I am personally outraged that this controller did not meet his responsibility to help land these two airplanes,. I am determined to get to the bottom of this situation for the safety of the traveling public.”

On Wednesday, Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood directed FAA to launch a nationwide study of airport tower staffing. He also directed that at least two controllers be on duty at night at Reagan, which is located just across the Potomac River from Washington in Northern Virginia.

“It is not acceptable to have just one controller in the tower managing air traffic in this critical air space,” LaHood said.

The head of the union that represents air traffic controllers praised LaHood’s actions, saying changes in staffing are needed.