Author Archives: Police State Daily

15-Year-Old Killed In Car Cops Claim “Drove Aggressively” Toward Them

A Mesquite High School freshman was killed by a Texas police officer who fired a round into a moving vehicle cops claimed was “driving aggressively” toward them. According to Balch Springs police chief Jonathan Haber, officers were responding to a report about intoxicated teenagers at around 11 p.m. Saturday in the 12300 block of Baron Drive when a vehicle carrying 15-year-old Jordan Edwards backed ...

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$5.5M Settlement For Man Beat Mercilessly With Batons By Cops

A man who suffered a concussion, deep head cuts and broken bones in his arms at the hands of Alameda County, California sheriff’s deputies will now receive a $5.5 million lawsuit settlement. Attorneys said Friday that the Alameda County Board of Supervisors approved the settlement for Stanislav Petrov on Tuesday. Petrov had been sitting in a reportedly stolen vehicle in ...

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Gun Owners Challenge California’s Large Capacity Magazine Ban

California gun owners have filed a federal lawsuit challenging the state’s ban on so-called “large capacity” magazines. Filed in Fresno on Friday by the Calguns Foundation, the Firearms Policy Coalition, the Firearms Policy Foundation, the Second Amendment Foundation and seven private citizens, the lawsuit contends the ban violates Constitutional rights. Singed by Gov. Jerry Brown last year, Senate Bill No. 1446 goes ...

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$2.75M Settlement After Cop Molests 14-Year-Old Explorer Program Member

Taxpayers in Irwindale, California are on the hook for $2.75 million after a lawsuit brought forth by a young woman molested by a police officer was settled on Thursday. Officer Daniel R. Camerano was initially charged with six felony counts for his sexual abuse of underage females following allegations he began a relationship with a then-14-year-old girl in May 2009 that lasted until December ...

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California Bill Aims To Combat Puppycide

In recent years, the killing of dogs by police has become a contentious issue resulting in the creation of the term “puppycide.” Advocates of ending “puppycide” point to the blaring double standard that exists between police and the rest of the domestic population. While police dogs are more or less considered human beings in terms of the rights they possess ...

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Camera Malfunctions As Cop Breaks 83-Year-Old Man’s Nose And Arm

An 83-year-old man is headed to court for a resisting and obstructing felony charge received during an incident involving Michigan state police that was not recorded due to a malfunctioning dashboard camera that curiously didn’t capture any of his assault. Owner and operator of Warner Township’s only bar for 51 years, Larry Sevenski said he was informed on St. Patrick’s Day by ...

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21,587 MA Drug Cases Tainted By Lab Chemist To Be Thrown Out

At least 21,587 drug cases will be dismissed because of the broad and blatant criminal misconduct of a Department of Public Health lab chemist. According to the American Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts, Annie Dookhan worked for the state in the Hinton lab from 2003 to 2012 testing drug samples submitted by cops, when she was accused of contaminating and falsifying results. Dookhan admitted ...

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Video Shows School Cops Handcuff, Arrest 10-Year-Old Autistic Boy

An autistic 10-year-old Florida boy was forced to spend the night in a juvenile detention facility after he was handcuffed and arrested by Okeechobee County school resource deputies last week. According to the Luanne Haygood, her son, John Benji Haygood, suffers from autism. On footage she filmed from the scene, the boy can be seen sitting in a chair with his left ...

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Two Officers Indicted For Sexual Assault Of Minors At Youth Explorer Program

A Jefferson County, Kentucky grand jury indicted one former and one current Louisville Metro police officer on Wednesday for the sexual assault of minors at the department’s Youth Explorer Program. According to the indictment, officer Brandon Wood allegedly abused a juvenile in 2011 and 2012, and former officer Kenneth Betts allegedly “engag[ed] in deviate sexual intercourse” (sodomy) through the use of “forcible compulsion” between ...

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Prosecutors Say Cop Used Dildo To Violate Two Women During Stop

An East Cleveland police officer has been criminally charged after admitting that he sexually assaulted two women with a dildo during an illegal traffic stop on February 23. According to prosecutors, officer Kenneth Bolton stopped the women, ages 22 and 23, at Euclid Avenue and Lee Road, about 30 minutes after he heard over his police radio that other officers had cited them for ...

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Cops Fired After Video Shows Them Elbow, Kick Man During Traffic Stop

Two Gwinnett County, Georgia police officers have been fired following the release of videos showing them elbow and kick a man during a traffic stop. According to police reports, 21-year-old Demetrius Hollins lacked a license plate, smelled of marijuana and “began to act strange” after he was pulled over near Lawrenceville for changing lanes several times without signaling. Videos recorded by bystanders ...

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Lawsuit Says Foster Kids Removed For Not Believing In Easter Bunny

A Canadian couple claim in a lawsuit that their two foster kids were forcibly removed from their home on behest of the Hamilton Children’s Aid Society after they declined to teach them that the Easter Bunny is real. The lawsuit, filed by Derek and Frances Baars, alleges a Child Services Worker demanded they tell their two girls, ages three and four, ...

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Cop Reassigned After Stomping Head Of Handcuffed Man

A Columbus police officer has been reassigned from patrol duty after video footage showed him stomp a handcuffed man in the head causing his face to collide with the pavement. According to police reports, officers had apprehended 26-year-old Demarko Anderson on April 8 after he allegedly threatened to shoot people inside a home in the 3100 block of Maize Road. He then reportedly fled ...

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Video Shows Officer Drag Doctor Off Plane

Video has emerged showing a Chicago Aviation Department police officer dragging a man off a United Airlines flight. That officer has now been placed on leave pending a Department of Transportation investigation. According CBS Chicago, the man was removed from Flight 3411 prior to departure from O’Hare International Airport on Sunday. The plane was headed to Louisville, Kentucky. Passengers on ...

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Hundreds Of Cases Under Review After Cops Resign Amid Planted Evidence Claim

Hundreds of investigations are now under review following the resignation of two Iowa police officers amid accusations that they planted evidence. According to Des Moines police officials, it is believed that senior officers Joshua Judge and Tyson Teut planted drugs on a suspect during a January 2015 case that was then passed on to other investigators. The suspect would ultimately be arrested. ...

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