Man With AK 47 Shot To Death By Police. POLICE DASH CAM. SHOOT TO KILL DEADLY FORCE
MIDDLEFIELD, Ohio - Dash cam video released from Middlefield police shows a man shooting at police with an assault rifle during a traffic stop in March. According to police, officers pulled over James Gilkerson, 42, of Mentor-on-the-Lake, on March 10 for failing to stop at the intersection of East High Street and North State Avenue. The video shows Gilkerson getting out of the car and firing an AK-47-style rifle at the police officers.
Death by Officer: An American Epidemic of Police Shootings and Brutality
Law enforcement officers kill an increasing number of U.S. civilians annually. Please help bring the attention of the Supreme Court of the United States to this critical issue. Keep track of US citizens killed by police here: http://www.theguardian.com/us-news/ng-interactive/2015/jun/01/the-counted-p olice-killings-us-database#
"AK-47 Shooting" Suspect lights-up Philadelphia strip club with AK-47 after scuffle with bouncers
Subscribe to RollCall2go - Daily Law Enforcement Media and Training Please comment on this video below: The Philadelphia Police Department is seeking the public's assistance in identifying the suspect for a shooting in Elmwood. On May 11, 2013, at 1:55am, two males were involved in a dispute with the management and bouncers of the Purple Orchard Gentleman's Club located at 3275 South 61st Street. When the suspects were removed from the club, suspect #1 returned minutes later armed with an AK-47 rifle and fired numerous shots into a vehicle parked in the lot. The suspect then entered the club and fired several more shots inside. The suspect then fled the club entering a light colored sedan possibly a Hyundai or Mitsubishi driven by suspect #2. One person was struck by gunfire but is not life threatening. Suspect Description: Suspect #1: Henry Pettigrew, black male, 21 years-of-age, 5'11″, 180lbs with a thin beard. Pettigrew has a last known address of 5538 Belmar Terrace. Suspect #2: Black male, 20-25 years-of-age, 5'9″-5'10″, medium build, goatee, wearing a dark hooded jacket over a plaid button shirt, tan cargo shorts and tan boots. Vehicle Description: Light colored sedan possibly a Hyundai or Mitsubishi. If you see these suspects do not approach them, contact 911 immediately. To submit a tip via telephone, dial 215.686.TIPS (8477) or text a tip to PPD TIP or 773847. If you have any information about this crime or these suspects, please contact: Southwest Detectives Division 215-686-3183/3184 Det. Maurizio#604 DC# 13-12-030916
[RAW/HQ] Oregon State Police Video Captures Fatal Freeway Shooting
Dramatic Dashcam Footage Captures Fatal Freeway Shooting.. Oregon State Police Video Captures Fatal Freeway Shooting Trooper's dashcam captures dramatic moment father taking his kids on a road trip shoots officer who returns fire and kills him. John Van Allen, 34, was pulled over by trooper Matt Zistel for speeding in Oregon in August; he had three of his children in the car But instead of staying in his car, Van Allen pulled out a gun on the officer and shot at him several times, hitting him in the side Zistel returned fire, shooting Van Allen once in the chest His car was found half-a-mile away with his body inside A dashboard camera in a state trooper's car has captured the dramatic moment a father taking his children on a road trip pulled out a gun and shot an officer who then returned fire and killed him. John Van Allen, 34, was driving with three of his children when he was pulled over on Interstate 84 east of Portland, Oregon by Trooper Matt Zistel, 26, for speeding. But what was supposed to be a routine traffic stop soon escalated into violence when Van Allen emerged from the car and, despite Zistel urging him to get back inside, pulled out a gun. The dramatic footage was released to The Oregonian after a public information request from the paper following the August 29 death. Oregon State Police Thursday released a dramatic video showing the gun battle that unfolded in August on Interstate 84 about 100 miles east of Portland, ending in the death of a Portland motorist. The freeway confrontation lasted only moments, according to the patrol car video from the Aug. 29 episode. The video, released to The Oregonian after a public records request, starts as Trooper Matt Zistel stops a Cadillac driven by John Van Allen, 34. Allen had three of his children with him that afternoon as he pulled over near Biggs Junction. The video shows Allen stepping out of his car and assuming a military pose. After Zistel repeatedly tells him to get back in his car, Allen pulls a pistol from his waistband, advancing on Zistel and firing. The video doesn't show Zistel. After shots are fired, the video shows Allen returning to his car and driving off. He was shot in the chest but the video shows no obvious injury. Zistel radios, "Shots fired" and then moments later, "I've been hit in the side. I'm okay." Responding officers found Zistel suffering a gunshot wound. They found Allen's car a half mile down the freeway, parked on the shoulder. Allen was dead, shot once in the chest. Zistel was treated for his injury at a hospital in The Dalles and released. He has been on administrative leave. Zistel, 26, has been with the agency five years. In a subsequent investigation, Sherman County District Attorney Wade McLeod concluded Zistel was justified in shooting Allen. Relatives said Allen was returning to his native South Carolina at the time of shooting. They said the aggressive action was out of character. He moved to Portland from Pittsburgh. He served in the U.S. Army Reserve as a construction engineer from 2009 until 2012.