CLASSIC DASHCAM: MY BAD KNEES MADE ME DO IT 1994
A guy with a bad knee can’t come up with enough excuses to keep from getting arrested for DUI.
CLASSIC DASHCAM: PLEASE, PLEASE PLEASE! 1994
Guy gets pulled over for weaving and from the get-go he keeps repeating over and over again...PLEASE SIR! He keeps insisting that he's not drunk, over and over again!
120 MPH CHASE
TWO SEPARATE, FAST-MOVING HIGH SPEED CAR CHASES HAVE RACED THROUGH SEVERAL METRO AREA COMMUNITIES WITHIN THE LAST TWO DAYS. THE MEN POLICE WERE CHASING ARE BEHIND BARS. THE LATEST CHASE HAPPENED ON THE EYE-75 FREEWAY IN MONROE EARLY THIS MORNING. IT ENDED IN A DANGEROUS COLLISION THAT LEFT BEHIND A HEAP OF TWISTED AND SMASHED METAL.
CLASSIC DASHCAM: MR. DRUNK FANTASTIC 1994
A SHORT GUY WITH AMAZINGLY LONG ARMS GETS PULLED OVER FOR DUI IN GEORGIA.
CLASSIC DASHCAM: ARE YOU SURE? DUI 1994
GUY IS SO DRUNK HE CAN’T WALK ANYTHING CLOSE TO A STRAIGHT LINE. WHEN THE OFFICER GIVES HIM A DUI, HE CAN’T BELIEVE IT AND ASKS “ARE YOU SURE???”.
DWI Suspect Flees (07/04/1994)
Captain Mike Stamp is checking out a possible DWI, asking the suspect to perform a variety of sobriety tests. While cooperative, when Stamp decides to arrest him, the suspect turns a punches the cop and drives off. After a brief chase, the suspect changes his mind, pulls over, and is arrested.
MOTORIST BEATING NEWS CONFERENCE (1994)
NEWS CONFERENCE REGARDING THE SEPTEMBER 29, 1993 SHOOTING OF MARCUS FIELDS.
BROTHERS CHASE AND CRASH
TWO TEENAGE BROTHERS LEAD AUTHORITIES ON A 15-MILE CHASE IN A 1994 MERCURY GRAND MARQUIS STOLEN FROM AN AUTO DEALER AND VEHICLE HAD NO LICENSE PLATES; 10 MINUTE CHASE REACHED SPEEDS OF 120 MPH; TEENAGE SUSPECTS WERE AGE 14 AND 15;
CLASSIC DASHCAM: CERTIFIED CHARLIE SPEEDER 1994
Guy is former military and keep repeating "I'm just blocks away from my home". Guy was doing 64 in a 35MPH zone. Said he had a rough day at the hospital. Whe he is asked if he has weapons he replies that he is ""9510 Certified Charlie". Which is apparently, a military term. He keeps reinforcing that he is 4 blocks from home.
CLASSIC DASHCAM: BRAIN DAMAGED DUI 1994
Guy gets pulled over for weaving all over the hwy. When the guy can't do the "heel-to-toe: test he tells the officer that he has brain damage. When it's time to go to jail, he claims he has a weapon and resists arrest. Fortunately, back-up units arrive. When he gets in the back of the car things get ugly.
CLASSIC DASHCAM: TOTALLY WASTED 1994
A guy on his way to friend’s party across the street is so drunk, the officer’s on scene can’t help but laugh and make a little bit of fun.
CLASSIC DASHCAM: HIGH MAINTENANCE DUI STOP 1994
FUSSY LADY NEEDS HER HEELS ON TO DO A FIELD SOBRIETY TEST SO SHE DOESN’T MUSS HER STOCKINGS. THEN SHE QUESTIONS HOW CLEAN AND SAFE THE BREATHALYZER IS....AND THEN COMPLAINS ABOUT HOW BAD SHE HAS TO PEE!
CLASSIC DASHCAM: CAN I PLEAD DRUNK? 1994
A woman who looks like she just got back from the ho-down gets pulled over for suspicion of DUI. She confirms the officer's suspicions immediately by admitting she's had 5 scotches to drink and would like to just "Plead Drunk".
CLASSIC DASHCAM: LET ME WALK THE FUCK HOME! 1994
A model is pulled over for not yielding to an emergency vehicle. She then fails her FST's and is very upset when she is arrested. She whines like nobody's business. She then starts begging that the officer just let her "walk the fuck home". She lives on 10th street only 3 blocks ways...She begs and pleads like nobody's business
CLASSIC DASHCAM: REVERSE RACISM BACKSEAT RANT 1994
GUY IN THE BACKSEAT OF A PATROL CAR GOES ON A RACIST RANT AGAINST A WHITE COP.
CHASE DRUNK HITS POLE 1994
DRUNK DRIVER REFUSES TO PULL OVER FOR COPS AND ENSUING CHASE LEAD HIS OLD CRUSTY TRUCK STRAIGHT INTO A POLE. THEN COPS ROUGH HIM UP A BIT WHEN HE WON'T WILLINGLY GET OUT OF THE CAR. REALLY GOOD VIDEO!!!
CLASSIC DASHCAM: COP PLAYS PSYCHIATRIST PT.1 1994
Serve. Protect. Offer free therapy sessions for drunks who come close to having a nervous breakdown after being arrested for DUI. All in a day's work.
SHARON TATE CIELO DRIVE HOME IN 2020
10050 Cielo Drive was the street address of a former luxury home in Benedict Canyon, in the west-central part of the Beverly Crest neighborhood of Los Angeles, bordering Beverly Hills, where the Manson Family committed the Tate murders in 1969. The property had a main residence and a guest house. The main house had been occupied by various famous Hollywood and music industry figures. In 1994, both houses were demolished and a new house was constructed on the site, and the street address was changed to 10066 Cielo Drive.
Muddy Chase and shooting (1994)
According to authorities, Junior Arville and Robert King had crossed over the county line to purchase beer at the favorite mart. Deputy James Jackson notice the car was driving erratically and attempted to pull them over. They wouldn't stop and the chase was on. About seven miles later they got stuck in the mud on Johnson Creek rd and Junior Arville jumped out of the car firing a gun. Jackson returned fire and wounded Arville three times (shoulder and both legs)
CLASSIC DASHCAM: BUBBLE GUM MICKEY MOUSE SHIT DUI 1994
The violator in this case was George Groover DOB10/9/50. Mr. Groover was stopped for running through a stop sign without even putting his brakes on. Once I put Mr. Groover under arrest the fun began. It's amazing when you keep a calm tone of voice how the DUI gets really pissed off. This guy is on my top of the list for an Officer being called every name known to man in fowl language. Mr. Groover was charged with driving under the influence, running a stop sign, reckless driving, driving with a suspended CDL drivers license. The results of a state administered chemical test of his breath was (.14). He was convicted of all charges in the State Court of Atlanta.
COPS FIERY RESCUE 2008
Police officials are lauding two patrol officers who rescued a man from a flaming sports utility vehicle last week on Interstate 35W in south Forth Worth. Images of the rescue were released Tuesday. The footage was captured by a dash camera video from a patrol car, said Lt. Paul Henderson, police spokesman. The rollover accident was reported 1:15 a.m. Feb. 11 in the 9300 block of I-35W, between its intersections with Everman Parkway and West Risinger Road. A 1994 GMC Yukon lost control, hit a concrete barrier and rolled, according to police reports. Smoke was pouring from the SUV as Officers Adam Coleman and Victor Tapia arrived, Henderson said. "As officers approached, they realized that the driver was still inside the vehicle behind the wheel," said Henderson. "The Yukon burst into flames as (the officers) risked their lives by entering the burning vehicle and pulling the man to safety." The driver, identified as Kane Gonzalez of Cleburne, was taken by ambulance to John Peter Smith Hospital, Henderson said. His medical condition was unavailable a week later. He could not be reached for comment. Henderson said the video is dramatic. "After the rescue you can see the officers crouching to the ground, apparently trying to recover from the heat and the smoke," Henderson said. He said he did not release the video earlier because the accident initially sounded like a routine single-vehicle wreck, and he did not see the video until Friday. "Police officers nationwide risk their lives daily,'' he said. "and this is a shining example of bravery in the face of imminent danger shown by these two outstanding officers of the Fort Worth Police Department."
EXCESSIVE FORCE OR SPEEDER’S TOUGH LUCK?
The Georgia Supreme Court is scheduled to hear arguments Monday in a high-speed police chase that left a 19-year-old driver paralyzed. In March 2001, a police cruiser rammed a black Cadillac from behind as the vehicles raced along a wet, two-land road in Coweta County south of Atlanta at about 90 miles an hour. The driver - Victor Harris - lost control and ended up at the bottom of an embankment. Harris was being chased by police because he had been speeding. He later said he was too frightened to stop. Coweta County sheriff's Deputy Timothy Scott said he wanted to end the chase before other drivers or pedestrians were hurt. Harris sued Scott for violating his civil rights. The deputy wants the justices to conclude that his actions, captured on the dashboard camera of his car, were reasonable and dismiss the lawsuit. The case puts the court in the middle of a national debate over high-speed chases. A group of Georgia police chiefs says in court papers that more 350 people died each year on average from 1994 to 2004 because of police chases. It also is the first in more than 20 years in which the court will consider constitutional limits on police use of deadly force to stop fleeing suspects. Courts define deadly force as creating a substantial risk of death or serious injury. ---- A case involving a high-speed chase in Coweta and Fayette counties that left a suspect paralyzed is headed for the U.S. Supreme Court. Lawyers for 25-year-old Victor Harris are asking for the right to sue a former Coweta County police officer and the Coweta County Sheriff's Department. It was late at night on March 29, 2001. A Coweta County police officer attempted to stop then-19-year-old Victor Harris for speeding. Harris took off in his Cadillac. After more than five minutes at a high rate of speed, one of the officers involved in the chase attempted to stop Harris by ramming his vehicle on Highway 74. Harris lost control and crashed. "My client is 25, he's a paraplegic from the neck down, he gets up and goes to work every morning just like the rest of us, he uses a computer with his neck; he operates it using his mouth," said attorney Craig Jones. Two federal courts ruled Harris could sue Officer Timothy Scott and Coweta County because the officer's use of force was not reasonable. The Supreme Court will hear arguments on both sides on Monday. Jones said its ruling could have far ranging impact. "If the court says yes you can use deadly force against anyone who drives unsafely, there will be nothing to stop police from shooting anyone who's violating traffic laws, and that would be a very scary country to live in," Jones said. Jones said Harris sped away from police because he panicked, not because he had committed a crime. He said Harris' medical care will cost an estimated $6 million throughout his lifetime. The attorney for the police officer involved in the chase was not available for comment on Thursday, but hopes to have a comment on Friday.
EXCESSIVE FORCE OR SPEEDER’S TOUGH LUCK?
The Georgia Supreme Court is scheduled to hear arguments Monday in a high-speed police chase that left a 19-year-old driver paralyzed. In March 2001, a police cruiser rammed a black Cadillac from behind as the vehicles raced along a wet, two-land road in Coweta County south of Atlanta at about 90 miles an hour. The driver - Victor Harris - lost control and ended up at the bottom of an embankment. Harris was being chased by police because he had been speeding. He later said he was too frightened to stop. Coweta County sheriff's Deputy Timothy Scott said he wanted to end the chase before other drivers or pedestrians were hurt. Harris sued Scott for violating his civil rights. The deputy wants the justices to conclude that his actions, captured on the dashboard camera of his car, were reasonable and dismiss the lawsuit. The case puts the court in the middle of a national debate over high-speed chases. A group of Georgia police chiefs says in court papers that more 350 people died each year on average from 1994 to 2004 because of police chases. It also is the first in more than 20 years in which the court will consider constitutional limits on police use of deadly force to stop fleeing suspects. Courts define deadly force as creating a substantial risk of death or serious injury. ---- A case involving a high-speed chase in Coweta and Fayette counties that left a suspect paralyzed is headed for the U.S. Supreme Court. Lawyers for 25-year-old Victor Harris are asking for the right to sue a former Coweta County police officer and the Coweta County Sheriff's Department. It was late at night on March 29, 2001. A Coweta County police officer attempted to stop then-19-year-old Victor Harris for speeding. Harris took off in his Cadillac. After more than five minutes at a high rate of speed, one of the officers involved in the chase attempted to stop Harris by ramming his vehicle on Highway 74. Harris lost control and crashed. "My client is 25, he's a paraplegic from the neck down, he gets up and goes to work every morning just like the rest of us, he uses a computer with his neck; he operates it using his mouth," said attorney Craig Jones. Two federal courts ruled Harris could sue Officer Timothy Scott and Coweta County because the officer's use of force was not reasonable. The Supreme Court will hear arguments on both sides on Monday. Jones said its ruling could have far ranging impact. "If the court says yes you can use deadly force against anyone who drives unsafely, there will be nothing to stop police from shooting anyone who's violating traffic laws, and that would be a very scary country to live in," Jones said. Jones said Harris sped away from police because he panicked, not because he had committed a crime. He said Harris' medical care will cost an estimated $6 million throughout his lifetime. The attorney for the police officer involved in the chase was not available for comment on Thursday, but hopes to have a comment on Friday.
VIDEO BEATING CONVICTION (1994)
A DALLAS MAN WILL NOT GO TO JAIL FOR ASSAULTING TWO EAST TEXAS LAWMEN. A HENDERSON COUNTY JURY SENTENCED LORENZO COLSTON TO TWO YEARS PROBATION. HE WAS CONVICTED ON FEBRUARY 18, 1994 OF AGGRAVATED ASSAULT. THE ATTACK WAS CAPTURED ON VIDEOTAPE LAST SEPTEMBER NEAR THE EAST TEXAS TOWN OF ATHENS. COLSTON'S LAWYER SAYS HIS CLIENT NEVER SHOULD HAVE BEEN CONVICTED, SAYING HE ACTED IN SELF DEFENSE. THE FBI IS LOOKING INTO THE CASE FOR ANY POSSIBLE CIVIL RIGHTS VIOLATIONS.