•   
  •   
  •   

Crime Texas City Releases Bodycam Footage Following Black Teen's Violent Arrest on Parent's Porch

11:15  28 november  2020
11:15  28 november  2020 Source:   newsweek.com

Pfizer to seek approval from FDA 'within days' after further analysis finds COVID-19 vaccine 95% effective

  Pfizer to seek approval from FDA 'within days' after further analysis finds COVID-19 vaccine 95% effective Pfizer and BioNTech are expected to produce up to 50 million doses globally in 2020 and up to 1.3 billion doses by the end of 2021. The news comes days after Moderna, a Cambridge, Massachusetts-based biotechnology company, announced early Monday its candidate vaccine, mRNA-1273, developed in collaboration with the U.S. government, appeared to be 94.5% effective against COVID-19.

Police have released body camera videos of a violent arrest at a beach in Wildwood, New Jersey over Memorial Day Weekend. A video of the arrest posted on social media shows three officers holding Weinman down on the sand. One officer punches her on the back of the head as they restrain her.

Tulsa police on Tuesday released two bodycam videos of the officers who forcefully handcuffed two Black teenagers on June 4th. Their crime? Jaywalking!

After initially declining open records requests for camera footage related to the violent arrest of a Black 18-year-old on his parent's porch, the city of Schertz, Texas, has released over 20 videos showing the teen and his parent's interactions with police following his arrest.

a close up of a person holding a pair of feet: Recent released doorbell security camera footage shows three Schertz, Texas police officers kicking and using a stun gun on a Black 18-year-old named Zekee Rayford on his parent's front porch. This photo illustration depicts a Black man in handcuffs before a blue and red lights. © FOTOKITA/Getty Recent released doorbell security camera footage shows three Schertz, Texas police officers kicking and using a stun gun on a Black 18-year-old named Zekee Rayford on his parent's front porch. This photo illustration depicts a Black man in handcuffs before a blue and red lights.

Near 11:40 p.m. local time on November 2, 18-year-old Zekee Rayford allegedly ran a stoplight and then drove to his parent's home a mile away instead of immediately stopping when police tried to pull him over. Rayford's parents told KENS 5 that their son wanted to stop at a "safe place."

Wisconsin police officer who fatally shot three people in the last five years is resigning

  Wisconsin police officer who fatally shot three people in the last five years is resigning Wauwatosa Police Officer Joseph Mensah, who had been suspended since July, is resigning from the department.The Wauwatosa Common Council entered into a separation agreement with Mensah Tuesday night.

Fort Worth police on Tuesday released bodycam footage from the arrest of Forrest Curry after bystander video of the March 31 arrest went viral. CBS News correspondent David Begnaud talks to CBSN about the video, and why police decided to release it. Copyright © 2020 CBS Interactive Inc

** (Disclaimer: This video content is intended for educational and informational purposes only) **Wildwood Police have released bodycam video of a

Doorbell security camera footage released on November 5 showed police officers Danielle Apgar, Frank Chavarria and Megan Fennesy kicking and using a stun gun on Rayford as he screamed and cried for his parents on the family's front porch.

When Rayford's father, Kevin Rayford, opened the door and became upset at the scene, Chavarria warned the father: "You better relax or you're going to get it next. I promise you you will." Another family member responded, "What is he going to get next?"

The newly released bodycam footage shows Zekee Rayford speaking with officers following his arrest, according to KENS 5.

"That was unnecessary," Zekee Rayford told Chavarria.

"Yeah, should have stopped, right?" Chavarria replied. "You should have stopped."

Broncos DC Ed Donatell back home recovering after COVID-related hospitalization

  Broncos DC Ed Donatell back home recovering after COVID-related hospitalization Broncos defensive coordinator Ed Donatell required hospitalization after contracting the coronavirus, according to the team. The second-year Denver DC was hospitalized last week but discharged Sunday. Donatell, 63, has been battling COVID-19 symptoms since Oct. 31 and has missed the past three games. Donatell, who is in his third stint with the franchise, is one of a few Broncos staffers to have contracted the virus. Running backs coach Curtis Modkins did so in October, and offensive line coach Mike Munchak was in the team’s COVID protocol.

8. Bodycam footage shows a black police officer speaking with Smith, who hands over his The black officer steps in, however, and tells the other three officers that Smith is not the man they're The city of Valdosta issued a statement in June announcing that police are conducting an internal

Wildwood, NJ — Police have released body camera videos of a violent arrest at a beach in Wildwood, New Jersey over Memorial Day Weekend. A video of the arrest posted on social media Saturday went viral showing three officers holding Police release bodycam footage of violent beach arrest .

"It was still unnecessary though. Y'all didn't have to tase me," Zekee Rayford said.

When Fennesy replies in something unintelligible, Zekee Rayford asks "With your knee?"

"Yes, because you weren't giving us your hands," she responds.

"But y'all didn't have to knee me," Rayford replies.

"Oh OK, thanks for telling my job. I appreciate it," she answers. "Take it up with your lawyer."

Another video shows Kevin Rayford approaching another officer, to which he responds, "He's becoming aggressive towards my officer. Get him in the house. We're done. Get him in the house."

The officers have been taken off patrol and reassigned as the police department conducts an internal investigation about the incident.

Zekee Rayford now faces charges of evading, resisting arrest and possession of marijuana.

In a statement released to KSAT Local News, Schertz Mayor Ralph Gutierrez said: "I fully understand the concerns and public outcry brought about from this incident. The City of Schertz is an inclusive community and one that celebrates all of our residents. My hope is that in every interaction with the City, residents feel respected, valued, and understood."

17 TV Romantic Comedies You Need to Make a Date With

  17 TV Romantic Comedies You Need to Make a Date With Romantic comedies aren't just a movie genre anymore - tons of TV shows are borrowing heavily from the rom-com to create long-running, slow-burn romances that take place over several episodes or even seasons instead of just an hour or two.

Wildwood police release body cam footage of woman' s violent arrest at beach (Full video) - Продолжительность: 9:03 NJ.com Recommended for you. Police release bodycam video of 'offensive' arrest of woman - Продолжительность: 2:08 ABC News 47 308 просмотров.

LUBBOCK, TEXAS — Police have released the 911 audio and bodycam footage of a man being arrested outside a fast food restaurant, just two days after a witness video of the incident went viral. KFYO reports that around 2 a.m. on June 25, two Whataburger employees reported an aggressive

"Throughout every situation, the City is deeply committed to doing what's right" Gutierrez continued, "and at this time, the right thing to do is be as transparent as we can, which is why we are releasing this footage."

Newsweek contacted the Schertz Police Department for comment, but did not hear back in time for publication.

Related Articles

  • Black Teen Shot Dead in Argument Over Playing Loud Music in Motel Parking Lot
  • Amazon's $500 Million Holiday Bonus to Workers Is Less Than What Company Makes in a Single Day
  • Explosion Outside Florida Walmart Causes Store to Close on Black Friday
  • Unique Holiday Foods From Around the World

Start your unlimited Newsweek trial

'They pointed guns at my kids': Florida police raid home of fired data scientist who built state's COVID-19 dashboard .
Rebekah Jones, a former state Department of Health employee, said agents knocked on her door around 8:30 a.m. Monday and took her "hardware and tech.""They pointed a gun in my face. They pointed guns at my kids," Jones tweeted shortly before 5 p.m. Monday.

usr: 14
This is interesting!