Daily Commentary – Monday, April 4, ,2016 – Another Officer Shot and Killed While on Duty and a Busy Week with the Presidential Primary Candidates
- Police Trooper Chad Dermyer was shot and killed at a GreyHound Bus station in Virginia, R.I.P.. Trump puts his foot in his mouth again! Hillary to be questioned by the FBI regarding her emails?
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Prince George’s County, MD Police Officer Jacai Colson Shot & Killed Outside Prince George’s Police HQ … 2 Suspects in Custody
POLICE LIVES MATTER …
28year old Prince George’s County police officer Jacai Colson, a four-year department veteran, was killed in the gunfight. The fierce shootout took place outside of the District III district station in Landover, Maryland. Police Chief Henry P. Stawinski III spoke at a press conference on March 13 after incident and called it an “unprovoked attack.”
Just curious, does the ‘Black Lives Matters’ folks also include police officers?
Rest in Peace Officer Jacai Colson
A Prince George’s County police officer was killed Sunday in a fierce shootout with a man outside a district station in Landover, in what the police chief said was an unprovoked attack.
Police Chief Henry P. Stawinski III said a man walked up to the District III station and opened fire outside the front doors about 4:30 p.m. Officers rushed out to stop the attack. Officer Jacai Colson, 28, a four-year department veteran, was killed in the gunfight, the chief said. Police said the suspect was wounded and taken to a hospital, where he was listed in stable condition.
Police said they didn’t know of a motive, but the suspect and a man police officials described as his brother were both in custody.
“One of your defenders lost his life in defense of this community today. This was an unprovoked attack,” Stawinski said at a somber news conference Sunday night.
A relative and law enforcement officials identified the two people in custody as Malik Ford and Michael Ford, both of Temple Hills.
Daily Commentary – Wednesday, March 9, 2016 – Some Say There Are 100 FBI Agents Investigating Hillary’s Emails
- Not sure why they would need 100 agents but that’s what Fox News is reporting
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Daily Commentary – Thursday, February 25, 2016 – In San Bernardino, We Have Two Dead Terrorists and One Locked Cell Phone
- The FBI needs help getting into the cell phone. You would think Apple would have no problem helping the FBI as it might help stop more people getting hurt or killed
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UBER DRIVER TOOK FARES BETWEEN KILLINGS … AND PASSED UBER BACKGROUND CHECK.
45 year old Jason Dalton, the Uber driver accused of shooting 8 individuals and killing 6 of them, reportedly passed a background check. Police are also saying that Dalton took passenger fares in between the random shootings. Kalamazoo County Prosecutor Jeff Getting stated at a press conference, the suspect, identified as Jason Dalton, was arrested early Sunday morning, about six hours after the first shooting was reported and two hours after the final shooting. Authorities have suspect Jason Dalton in custody after he was pulled over by an officer. The suspect was arrested at about 12:45 a.m. after a traffic stop near downtown Kalamazoo without confrontation.
The man suspected of shooting eight people in the Kalamazoo area, killing six, was an Uber driver who was apparently taking fares in between opening fire at various locations, police tell 24 Hour News 8.
Authorities are investigating reports that Jason Dalton dropped off a group of people at a Fairfield Inn Marriott in Texas Township, then went next door to the Cracker Barrel and allegedly opened fired on two vehicles, killing four people.
A woman at the hotel said she heard about 10 shots, then ran outside and saw the suspect driving away from the Cracker Barrel at a normal rate of speed.
The Cracker Barrel shooting was the last of three connected incidents over the course of about five hours Saturday. Detectives believe Dalton shot a total of eight people, killing six of them. A 14-year-old girl was in grave condition Sunday morning and a woman shot several times was severely injured but expected to survive.
UPDATE I: The victims have been identified:
The victims killed at a Kalamazoo car dealership, the second shooting scene, have been identified as father and son Richard and Tyler Smith, of Mattawan, Michigan. Tyler Smith is a high school senior. The Cracker Barrel victims, all from Michigan, have been identified as: Mary Lou Nye, 63, of Baroda; Mary Jo Nye, 60, of Battle Creek; Dorothy Brown, 74, of Battle Creek; and Dorothy Hawthorne, 68, of Battle Creek.
Authorities in Kalamazoo, a city of 75,000 two hours west of Detroit, plan on Monday to charge Dalton, 45, who was arrested hours after the final assault, with six counts of murder, two counts of assault with intent to commit murder, and six counts of felony with a firearm.
They are also investigating reports that Dalton looked for passengers between and after the shootings, a possibility that is sure to intensify debate about the safety of ride-sharing services such as Uber and Lyft.
Gainesville Police Department Officer Responds to Complaint that Kids Are Playing Basketball Too Loud in the Street – VIDEO (Update: Police Return for Rematch with
HEROES OF THE WEEK … OFFICER BOBBY WHITE AND SHAQ!!!
I BET THESE KIDS NEVER EXPECTED THIS WHEN POLICE WERE CALLED REGARDING A NOISE COMPLAINT …
On January 15, 2016 at 5 PM Gainesville Police Department officer Bobby White responds to a call about children playing basketball ‘loudly’. Caught in the officer’s dash cam, Officer Bobby White walked up to the boy and asked him sternly, “Can you believe someone’s calling to complain about kids playing basketball in the street — can you believe that?” Officer White then responded, “Obviously, I ain’t got no problem with it.” GOOD FOR HIM!!! I can guarantee you these kids thought they were going to get hassled as the ‘Black Lives Matters’ would have everyone believe. Officer White’s actions could not have been further from the truth as he began playing basketball with the kids. And shame on the individual who actually called the police for kids playing basketball at 5 PM. What would you rather have them doing?
A police officer responding to a report of kids playing basketball “loudly” in the streets parked his patrol car and spotted a tall boy holding a basketball.
Gainesville Officer Bobby White walked up to the boy and asked him sternly, “Can you believe someone’s calling to complain about kids playing basketball in the street — can you believe that?”
Before the boy could respond, White cracked a smile: “Obviously, I ain’t got no problem with it.”
The young man tossed the officer the ball and he went for two points.
The story gets better, much better. Before leaving Officer White asked the kids if they play ball there everyday. He promised to come back with reinforcements for a rematch. ENTER SHAQ!!! Interestingly enough, even officer White was surprised when Shaquille O’Neal walked through the door.
Check out the kids response below when the police showed up for their rematch and SHAQ gets out of the SUV, its priceless. These kids may never get a better and more lasting lesson in life. Shaq played ball with the kids and the Gainesville Police Department. Shaq even challenges the kids to make a shot and win $100. Little did he realize they could all shoot foul shots better them him, LOL!!! However this VIDEO gets even better at the 3:28 mark. Check out SHAQ’s message to these kids that Shaquille O’Neal provided when he huddled up with the kids. What a message. THANKS SHAQ!!!
The Rematch: GPD “Basketball Cop” returned as promised, and brought SHAQ as his backup!
The 4-time champ made a surprise stop at the Gainesville Police Department on Saturday to praise White and help the officer make good on a promise to “bring backup” for another pickup game with the kids.
Dashcam footage of White responding to the noise complaint went viral after the department posted the video to its Facebook page on Thursday, with the message: “We’re going to let kids be kids. We are going to focus on the ones that commit crimes. #HoopsNotCrime.”
The officer returned to the scene of the non-crime to challenge the kids to a rematch on Saturday.
“Told you I was gonna bring some backup, right? You guys ready?” White asks the kids.
“Look at these big guys I brought. You sure you can take them?” he taunts, pointing to a group of officers.
That’s when O’Neal emerges from an SUV to give the kids a true Shaq attack.
“These kids will never forget the day Shaq rolled up to their house to play ball,” the police department wrote on its Facebook page along with video of the game.
WOW … THIS COULD HAVE ENDED SO MUCH WORSE. THANKS TO THE POLICE, IT DID NOT!!!
In the blink of an eye a tragedy nearly happened and was prevented. Lincoln Couty, OR Sheriff’s Deputy Jeremy Gautney was driving on U.S. 101 in the coastal city of Newport on Jan. 9, 2016 apparently a rainy evening, when he spotted the 2-year-old running down the middle turn lane toward his patrol car. It turns out that the child’s parents were frantically searching for the little boy, who had escaped from a nearby community center gathering. Thankfully, Deputy Jeremy Gautney was able to rescue the child before any harm came to the toddler. You will see at the end of the video a truck passes closely by the area where the toddler would have been. The child was returned to his parents safely, no charges were filed.
The video was posted by the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office on Facebook on Thursday.
After a toddler was spotted running down the middle of a dark highway by a sheriff’s deputy who rescued him in Oregon, the Sheriff’s Office released dashcam video of the incident as a way of warning motorists about the dangers distracted driving.
The video was posted by the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office on Facebook on Thursday.
Sheriff’s Deputy Jeremy Gautney was driving on U.S. 101 in the coastal city of Newport on Jan. 9, apparently a rainy evening, when he spotted the 2-year-old running down the middle turn lane toward his patrol car.
Gautney quickly stopped his vehicle, got out and scooped up the toddler, the video shows.
A big rig passes by in the oncoming lane just seconds later.
Check It Out at Blink on Crime … Netflix ‘Making A Murderer’- Epic BingeBlast Netertainment Or Visionary Expose’ ?
You have all heard about the Netflix documentary, ‘Making a Murder,’ that has taken the internet and social media by storm. Check out what BLINK from Blink on Crime has to say about the story. Its the story that has captivated the net, now read Blink’s unique style of analysis as she reviews it and as she poses the question, is it an “Epic BingeBlast Netertainment Or Visionary Expose”?
Teresa Halbach, a freelance photographer for Auto Trader Magazine, had been to the Avery salvage yard five times prior to Oct 31, 2005. Avery Salvage Yard is a 40 acre+ field of crushed cars, parts and trailers housing several members of the Avery family, gravel pits and a quarry. Not going to lie, I would not choose to live next to the Avery brood for reasons I will discuss later, but then again, I am the person who drives past properties with the various appliance or dead vehicle cemeteries scattered about and ponder- I wonder where the dead body is?
- Officer Jesse Hartnett recovering from being shot at close range by Edward Archer who claims to have done it in the “name of Islam”
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Philadelphia Police Officer Jesse Hartnett Ambushed by 30 Year Old Edward Archer … Update: Suspect Confessed He Did it in the Name of Islam
THANK GOD, NOT ALLAH THAT POLICE OFFICER JESSEE HARTNETT IS ALIVE …
In what can only be described as a heinous and vile act of cowardice, Philadelphia police officer Jesse Hartnett is lucky to be alive after he was ambushed at shot numerous times at point-blank range. The suspect, 33 year old Edward Archer, fired 13 bullets at Officer Jesse Hartnett as the cop sat in his patrol car Thursday night. According to reports, the suspect confessed and stated he shot the officer in the name of Islam.
Philadelphia Police Commissioner Richard Ross described the attack as an execution attempt.
I just have to tell you, when you look at the video–we have video that captured all of this–it’s one of the scariest things I’ve ever seen. This guy tried to execute the police officer. It’s amazing he’s alive,” Ross said at a press conference Friday morning.
Authorities say a Philadelphia police officer is recovering after he was shot several times during an ambush late Thursday night in West Philadelphia.
Philadelphia police commissioner Richard Ross says the officer, identified as 33-year-old Jesse Hartnett, was sitting in his patrol car around 11:30 p.m. at 60th and Spruce Streets when a gunman fired nearly a dozen shots through the driver’s side of the car.
“Shots fired! I’m shot! I’m bleeding heavily!” Officer Hartnett was heard yelling on police radio.
Police are calling it an “attempted assassination.”
The alleged radical Islamic gunman accused of shooting a Philadelphia cop used a stolen police gun in the attempted “assassination” and pledged allegiance to ISIS as he confessed to the harrowing ambush, officials said.
Suspected shooter Edward Archer fired 13 bullets at Officer Jesse Hartnett as the cop sat in his patrol car Thursday night, police said. The five-year force veteran was hit three times and suffered a broken arm and nerve damage — but was still able to chase after his assailant and fire at the fleeing gunman.
Archer, who was shot three times by the cop he targeted, was taken into custody shortly after the attack and confessed to the ambush, police said at a Friday press conference.
“He stated that he pledges his allegiance to Islamic State. He praises Allah, and that was the reason he was called to do this,” said Philadelphia Police Capt. James Clark.
Communication between officer and dispatch after shooting