(4) Staging an accident is Insurance Fraud, a third degree felony punishable by a maximum of seven years imprisonment. (5) And working with others to stage an accident is Conspiracy to Commit Insurance Fraud, an equally serious crime. (6) DiLacqua had turned two traffic offenses into four crimes, two of them felonies. Because the reported accident involved a Police Department vehicle, the dispatcher had to notify the Department's Accident Investigation Division (AID). Two AID investigators soon arrived and DiLacqua told them the story he had prepared, with Brady and the two officers standing by.
RIVERSIDE: Fugitive shot to death by police | FRANK BELLINO/STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER Riverside Police Officer put up barricades to cover the body of a man that was shot and killed by police on the 5600 Block of Harold Street in Riverside, Feb.18, 2012. 1 | of | 3 | | | | BY BRIAN ROKOS STAFF WRITER email@example.com Published: 18 February 2012 04:15 PM A Text Size A man wanted on a felony arrest warrant who told a friend he would rather die than return to jail was shot to death Saturday when, Riverside police Chief Sergio Diaz said, he pulled a gun on officers who were trying to arrest him. The man’s mother, Gramercy Place resident Lorie Rivera, identified him as Danny James Bond, 38. His driver’s license lists him as a San Bernardino
A normal police control turned out with one dead man and Slager as rileman. Scott tried to ran away from the police control because he had a warrant. Both man are wrestling and as Scott wins the fight and run away, Slager pulls out his Glock and shoot 8 times the back of Walter L. Scott. Other cases like Eric Garmer and Michael Brown as victims shows us a huge problem. It's clear that in every single case police officers are overreacting.
The Sandford Police department is faced with many ethical issues since the shooting death of a young black teen in February. The department is facing racial issues in the community that are fueled by the mass media coverage of the case. The police chief has been forced to step down, the community is in a rage, and the news outlets are only reporting information that keeps the community thinking that this case is about the defendant being Hispanic and the victim a young Black man. The Sanford Police department is facing high racial tension among the members of its community. The shooting of Trayvon Martin a young black teen by a Hispanic male; has sparked many protest by the black members of the Sanford community among others.
CRIME Corporal Anthony Damiano Paterson Police Department Passaic County Patterson, NJ Corporal Anthony Damiano works the drug projects of Passaic County New Jersey which are currently under surveillance. Corporal Damiano and his partner stop an older vehicle just coming out of the projects. Calmly the driver is asked to step out of the vehicle and is then immediately questioned about the drug purchased that was just witnessed by the two officers. The driver, Raymond, is a 31 year old, Caucasian male with stocky build, full beard and mustache, dressed in a T-shirt, jeans and baseball cap. The passenger is a 32 year old Caucasian male similarly dressed and admittedly confesses “doing crack with Raymond”.
In my opinion, the worst confirmed instance was the 1997 torture of Abner Louima, in the same city as Amadou Diallo, New York. The police were called in for crowd control in front of a popular nightclub. Two men got in a fight, both fleeing the scene. Descriptions were distributed, and the cops were on the lookout. They spotted Abner, who fit the description of an African American male wearing a vest.
The bullet had gone through his jaw and neck, leaving huge wounds. Outraged, local blacks took to the street’s starting riots and fight’s all over the place. The crime was quickly investigated by the FBI however no obvious answers became clear. A man named James Earl Ray is being looked for as a suspect, however many people including many of Martin’s actual family believes he was innocent. He was in Memphis in support of the striking African American sanitation workers, who had performed a walk out in
A jewelry store robbery had gone terribly wrong. The store’s security guard was shot and killed after he pursued the armed men into the store’s parking lot. Little did the robbers know, the man they shot, Bruce Prothero, was an off-duty police officer. Immediately, a high publicized manhunt began for the perpetrators. Twelve days later it ended when the last two suspects were apprehended in a house in Philadelphia by a plethora of police and federal agents.
To answer the question, many things are done daily to prevent police brutality. Nearly every case of police brutality presents a legal dynamic of related but separate civil and criminal cases. Once a citizen claims police abuse, there is almost always a contradictory allegation by the police accusing the citizen of being the initial aggressor and primary criminal actor against the police. (Lawson T.F. 2013) Police often blame the victim of police brutality when accused of being too brutal with their use of force.
Stephanie Rios Instructor: Joey Poole Eng101 15 September 2015 On March 3, 1991, an African-American man was caught by the Los Angeles police after a high-speed chase. The officers pulled him out the car and beat him brutally while a resident caught it all on tape. Four LAPD officers were indicted with charges, however, after a year of trial, a white jury acquitted the officers. That decision sparked violence in all of Los Angles. Chaos surrounded the city, infuriated mobs roamed the streets, and several citizens were injured, dead, and arrested.