Marianna, FL. can no longer say murder only happens in the big cities. This small town of around 6,200 people lost an honored citizen and police officer. On January 30th, 2007, Mellie McDaniel, a victim's advocate and wife to a Marianna police officer, and Deputy Harold Altman were killed in a shootout with Lionel Sands and Daniel Brown. The assailants were also killed in the shootout.
May 30: Marcus Peters, 19, had been walking along side of an apartment with two of his friends when two or three other men approached the three and shot Peters and one of his friends.The incident occurred at 2957 East 26th Way in Long Beach. Peters died at the hospital, while his friend is in stable condition at the hospital. Anyone with information is urged to call detectives at (562) 570-7244.
Any of the photo's you see of The Beatles" in Germany wearing leather outfits, it was was from this relationship that the boys would change trends in there daily attire. A portion of their outfits were designed police by Astrid herself.
No tracking history - this recommendation is most often ignored. It's one that is stressed in the operational manual and its impossible to avoid if you are using the unit in the "instant on" mode. The errors occurs when there are multiple targets in the path of the radar beam and the cop communications has not observed the average speed reading nor has he checked for any external interference.
But waving a magic wand over 14 million people will not solve this immigration problem. It worries me that we would even consider giving foreigners legal rights to Social Security, health care and school in a time of 14 trillion dollar deficits.
Please Note that even though pepper spray is legal in all 50 states, some states and cities have restrictions. Check with your local cop radios. Literally thousands of police communicationss carry and use pepper spray. Why wouldn't you?
This is a pretty troubling police video down in Champaign, IL. A young man is stopped and arrested. The original offense seems to have been jaywalking. The man refuses, while in handcuffs to produce his I.D. Again, he is already in handcuffs, and is in the back of a police cruiser. Well, a little after 15 minutes into the video, he is attacked and choked by a police officer. It seems he was choked for refusing to give I.D. I wasn't a criminal justice major, but I am pretty sure refusing to give I.D. isn't justification towards being choked by a cop. I could be wrong about that. Well, he kind of did offer to give the cop his I.D. It's sort of confusing during this stop, but anyway, the officer does clearly use unnecessary force.
Teenagers who dress like gangsters or wear gang colors, hang out with known gang members, or act like them may be called "wannabes," but that can be just as dangerous as actually being a gang member when gangsters are out looking for blood.
I am on the hunt for a news broadcast that's breaking story involves a police officer helping someone without any type of violence involved. I police earpiece won't hold my breath.