Officer shoots two men after they attack him
Cop pulls men over on Indian reservation. They attack him. He shoots them. They go to prison. He got cleared of any wrongdoing.
Cop Hits Little Girl With Motorcycle Then Shoots and Kills Angry Dad
Moments after his motorcycle struck a 4-year-old girl, an off-duty Chicago Police officer shot and killed the girl's irate father after he allegedly attacked the officer, the Chicago Sun Times reports. Fraternal Order of Police Spokesman Pat Camden identified the officer as a 43-year-old veteran of the Chicago Police. The officer was headed home on Saturday evening when the horrifying incident occurred. As he was driving home, the officer says he saw a child unexpectedly run into the street. In order not to strike the girl directly, the cop jumped off his motorcycle, pulling it down on its side on the pavement. However, the motorcycle skidded and flipped, hitting the 4-year-old girl and her 18-year-old cousin, John Passley. As the officer attempted to provide aide to the girl, her father, identified as Christopher Middleton, 26, came running out of a nearby restaurant and aggressively approached the officer and began shouting, officials said. The cop argues that he identified himself as a police officer but Middleton still hit him in the face and knocked him to the ground before striking him repeatedly. According to the Daily Herald, the officer said, "Take it easy, I'm the Police." But Middleton replied, "I don't give a f*ck who you are," and punched him in the face. Passley reportedly began kicking the officer, joining Middleton in the assault. Shortly after, the officer drew his weapon and fired once, fatally wounding Middleton. He was pronounced dead at around 10:14 p.m. Saturday at Loyola Medical Center. "At that point he's defending his life — he's on the ground, he's about to lose consciousness from the people who are beating him and draws his weapon in defense of his life," Camden said. "The officer responded accordingly." Middleton's sister, Tina Middleton, said her brother lived in Elgin with the mother of his daughter and was visiting relatives in Maywood, where he grew up. "He was a good person," she said. "I know for sure he wasn't out to harm the man. My brother would never harm anybody. I could understand him [the officer] being upset, but two wrongs don't make a right." Middleton was due to be married Aug. 18th, his sister said. Besides his daughter who was injured, Middleton also had a 6-year-old son and an unborn child, his sister said. Middleton's daughter suffered contusions and abrasions and was hospitalized overnight for observation. Passley was being held by Maywood police for questioning, Shapiro said. The officer is expected to recover from his injuries, which include contusions to his head and body from the attack and as well as a broken leg and broken shoulder from the crash, Camden added. The Independent Police Review Authority — which examines all Chicago police-involved shootings — is investigating the incident, said Larry Merritt, an IPRA spokesman.
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Horrific Police Chase Crash Caught on Tape
Oklahoma City, OK -- A video on board a METRO Transit bus recorded a frightening crash when four suspects tried to outrun police. Police said the four men burglarized Dustin Hawkins' home in the 6700 block of S. Drexel Avenue on Wednesday. They grabbed the loot and took off in their car, but police saw the men speeding away and started chasing them. Police said the suspects ran a red light at S.W. 59th Street and Penn Avenue. A driver in a pickup truck slammed into the passenger's side of the getaway car, and crashed into two other cars. Despite the pileup, the suspects got out of the damaged vehicle and ran. Three suspects were caught, but a fourth is still on the run. A Metro Transit bus driver was at the scene. He heard the police sirens and stopped before reaching the intersection. His dashboard camera then recorded the violent collision which pushed the damaged cars several feet, right to the bumper of his bus. The camera also recorded all four suspects jumping out of the car and running just seconds after the crash. No one on board the bus was hurt.