Criminal Pulls Gun In Back Seat of Police Car!!
Criminal Pulls Gun In Back Seat of Police Car.
A drunk, unhand-cuffed man pulled gun from his pants while sitting in a
police squad car. Those are two lucky police officers.
An intoxicated man pulled a loaded handgun on two Metro Transit police
officers while in the back of their squad car, after a pat-down by the
officers failed to find the weapon.
The man, identified by authorities as 21 year-old Wesley Rogers, had been
seen "harassing" a woman at 7th St S and Nicollet Mall in downtown
Minneapolis shortly after four o'clock in the afternoon on Dec. 4,
officials said. Metro Transit Ofcs. Jason Malland and Adam Marvin,
assigned on a detail in the area, responded and found Rogers "obviously
A pat-down search of Rogers by the officers found "an open bottle of
liquor." Rather than arrest Rogers or take him to a detox facility, the
officers decided to take Rogers to his North Minneapolis home as a
"courtesy," according to Metro Transit.
Officers "heard a metal clunk" from the rear while driving, pulled over,
and found Rogers had pointed "a loaded .38 revolver" at them "while in a
The incident was captured on a rear-facing squad surveillance camera.
The gun was not fired and Rogers was "subdued" and taken to the Hennepin
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Undercover Emergency Response F350 Diesel Police Concept Truck Lights
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vector light bar federal signal
it's my vector light bar on my vw 130 hp car, this its a demonstration of
basic mode of this light, the totality mode is not supported whith my
batterie supply. perhaps later...(en ce qui concerne l'utilisation sur mon
vehicule avec la rampe instalée dessus, cela reste dans un cadre légal
puisque le vehicule est disposé dans une propriété privée)
dedicace for thomas S.........
Federal Signal Streethawk Dynarays CFD
Federal Signal Streethawk CFD replica.
-2 Dynarays (sweep lights)
-1 Center meteor TCL
-4 Front takedowns
-4 Rear flashers
-2 Alley lights
PS:Not for sale,personal collection only,Thanks.
Federal Signal Vision SLR
The Emergency Sight & Sound demonstration vehicle fitted with the Federal
Signal Vision SLR lightbar controlled by a SmartSiren Platinum 3000
This is truly an awesome piece of emergency warning equipment that raises
the benchmark to another level.
Want to know more about the best in emergency warning products contact us
for information and possible onsite demonstration of this lightbar and
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Federal Signal Corporation Vision demo video from early 1990s
Yes I know this is already on Youtube, but I wanted to upload a higher
quality version now that they offer HD. This was pulled from the original
VHS tape and was up converted to 480P for better quality. I do not own any
rights to this video, this was produced and may be Federal Signal
saison 1 - Goldorak Federal Signal vama
salut à tous, voici la "goldorak" appellée ainsi par les professionels de
la police, surement à cause de son phare chercheur robotisé, et son
boitier de commande qui a toujours de quoi envier les systèmes de commande
les plus techniques.
Ce modèle fonctionne parfaitement, une petite rénovation complète de
quelques semaines, va rendre ce modèle neuf.
Son boitier de commande est complet et en bon état. le boitier est capable
grace à des leds plus capteurs, d'indiquer la position du phare chercheur
Saviez-vous que ce modèle a une ampoule spéciale a deux filaments, un
pour un éclairage de pret et un pour un éclairage de loin, l'option :
Je remercie Stephane qui m'a permis de réaliser mon reve, une goldorak !
rampe mythique des années 80, merci encore pour ta générosité.
(petite dédicace à Cyril & Frederic)
Firetrucks Responding --BEST OF 2013--
Video compilation of the best of my fire response videos from over the
course of 2013. 44 minutes of lights, sirens and horns responding
throughout Lower Bucks County, Pennsylvania and Burlington County, New
_List of apparatus showcased. (Not in shown order)_
Engine 3-1 - Northampton Township Fire Rescue
Engine 4 - Trevose Fire Company
Rescue 4 - Trevose Fire Company
Engine 6 - Lower Southampton Fire Department
Chief 7 - William Penn Fire Company
Deputy 7 - William Penn Fire Company
Engine 7 - William Penn Fire Company
Duty Car 8 - Penndel Fire Company
Engine 8 - Penndel Fire Company
Ladder 8 - Penndel Fire Company
Rescue 8 - Penndel Fire Company
Engine 9-1 (Former) - Parkland Fire Company
Assistant 10 - Edgely Fire Department
Chief 10 - Edgely Fire Department
Engine 10 - Edgely Fire Department
Ladder 10 - Edgely Fire Department
Battalion 11 - Croydon Fire Company
Chief 11 - Croydon Fire Company
Engine 11 - Croydon Fire Company
Battalion 12 - Newportville Fire Company
Chief 12 - Newportville Fire Company
Deputy 12 - Newportville Fire Company
Engine 12 - Newportville Fire Company
Utility 12 - Newportville Fire Company
Utility 12-1 - Newportville Fire Company
Chief 13 - Levittown Fire Company #2
Deputy 13 - Levittown Fire Company #2
Engine 13 - Levittown Fire Company #2
Rescue 13 - Levittown Fire Company #2
Squrt 13 - Levittown Fire Company #2
Chief 14 - Third District Fire Company
Engine 14 - Third District Fire Company
Tower 14 - Third District Fire Company
Utility 14 - Third District Fire Company
Rescue 16 - Cornwells Fire Company
Chief 21 - Langhorne-Middletown Fire Company
Engine 21 - Langhorne-Middletown Fire Company
Ladder 21 - Langhorne-Middletown Fire Company
Engine 28-1 Eddington Fire Company
Quint 28 - Eddington Fire Company
Engine 29 - Philadelphia Fire Department
Deputy 30 - Falls Township Fire Company
Rescue 30 - Falls Township Fire Company
Engine 31 - Fairless Hills Fire Department
Engine 31-2 - Fairless Hills Fire Department
Ladder 31 - Fairless Hills Fire Department
Rescue 31 - Fairless Hills Fire Department
Chief 33 - Tullytown Fire Company
Engine 33- Tullytown Fire Company
Foam 36 - Mount Laurel Fire Dept.
Engine 37 - Union of Cornwells Fire Company
Engine 44 - Newport Fire Company
Engine 44-1 (Former) - Newport Fire Company
Field 44 - Newport Fire Company
Utility 50 - Bristol Consolidated Fire Company
Engine 65 - Nottingham Fire Department
Ladder 65 - Nottingham Fire Department
Engine 77 - William Penn Fire Company
Engine 77-1 - William Penn Fire Company
Engine 82 - Newportville Fire Company
Rescue 82 - Newportville Fire Company
Engine 84 - Trevose Fire Company
Deputy 90 - Warminster Fire Department
Squirt 93 - Hartsville Fire Company
Engine 222 - Bensalem Township Fire Marshal's Office
Engine 225 - Bristol Township Fire Marshal's Office
Fire Marshal 225 - Bristol Township Fire Marshal's Office
Engine 1613 - Willingboro Fire Department
Engine 2212 - Evesham Township Fire Rescue
Engine 3112 - Moorestown Fire Department
Tower Ladder 3635 - Mount Laurel Fire Department
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HL6 Grille and Surface Mount LED Emergency Vehicle Light
In this video, viewers can watch as Mike, our personal emergency vehicle
lighting installation expert, installs HL6 Grille and Surface Mount LED
Emergency Vehicle Lights on our 2013 Dodge Charger demo vehicle. Mike has
chosen to install the grille lights, which are popular police lights,
around the license plate of the Charger. Doing this helps illuminate the
rear of the vehicle, which can be influential in reducing the risk of
Step 1: Mike Drills Holes around the License Plate
As you can see in the video, Mike drills one hole on each side of the
license plate for the grille lights. Before, our installer drilled the
holes, he checked to make sure the holes were even. This is a critical step
because once you have drilled the holes, it can be nearly impossible to
Step 2: Begin Feeding the Wire through the Holes
Once the holes are drilled and Mike is sure the holes are even, he begins
feeding the HL6 wire through the holes and checks the placement of the
lights on the Charger.
Step 3: Preparing the Lights for Final Installation
After placement has been checked, it is time to prepare the grille lights
for permanent installation. This includes hardwiring the lights,
cauterizing the wires, to ensure the wires won't come loose, and covering
the wires with electrical tape. For more details about this product, check
out the video (0:31).
Hot Installation Tip: Once the wires have been covered with electrical
tape, make sure to heat the tape up, just like Mike does in the video.
Heating up the tape will ensure the tape will not come loose. However, it
is important to not overdo it, or you could end up repeating the entire
process all over again.
Step 4: Lights are Ready for Permanent Installation
At this point, the surface mount lights are ready for permanent
installation on the vehicle. To see Mike complete this process, check out
the video (0:59). When preparing the light to be placed against the surface
of the vehicle, don't place the cover over the light until the wire is
nearly completely feed through the drill holes.
Once the wire is feed through and the light housing is placed over the
light, Mike is ready to install the light. To do this, he drills the light
until it is tight against the body of the vehicle. It is important that the
HL6 is screwed tightly to the body, so that it will not come loose during
heavy duty use.
Step 5: Connect Wires to Switchbox
Our Charger's switchbox is located conveniently in the trunk. To see Mike
connect the wires of the grille lights to the control box, tune in at
(1:16). While watching the video, viewers can see that Mike takes his time
carefully placing the wires around the swtichbox. In fact, he periodically
stops to tie the wires together, so that the equipment is easier to store
and deal with if needed.
Step 6: HL6 Grille and Surface Mount LED Emergency Vehicle Lights are Ready
Voila! That's it, the grille and surface mount lights are ready to go.
Installation Tips from our Resident Expert:
If you have never completed this type of installation before, you are
probably thinking "that looks easy enough." While it is true that these
warning lights are easy to install, it does take a bit of experience and
elbow grease to make it as easy as Mike makes it look in the videos.
However, there are a few tips that viewers should keep in mind to make sure
their installation goes smoothly.
1. Inspect all equipment as soon as it arrives and familiarize yourself
with the components.
2. Locate the manufacturer instructions and read through them before
beginning the installation.
3. Check all holes before drilling, and then double check.
4. Remember that your installation could vary from ours.
If you have any questions about this video, the HL6 Grille and Surface
Mount LED Emergency Vehicle Lights, or any of our other products, please
feel free to comment here or contact us directly.
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