FTO Bryan Mealing is dispatched to a disturbance call where a neighbor, armed with a baseball bat and knives, forced himself into his neighbor’s apartment. When officers arrive they find an intoxicated man hurling racial slurs at two other men who live next door. After speaking to the subject, it’s clear that he will not calm down and becomes more agitated by the moment. He’s placed in a squad car while deputies continue their investigation. A few moments later, the suspect begins kicking and screaming in the back of the vehicle. After speaking with neighbors, Deputies charge the aggravated racist with criminal trespass and making terroristic threats.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fYyrmLLFvPE Corporal Royce Rodgers of the Pasco Sheriff’s Office, is dispatched to a call of a neighbor dispute. One neighbor had kittens that were playing too close to the street and

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E1Qy_8OXQns Officers Michael Young and Justin Rudloff respond to a dispatch call of a possible burglary in progress.  When officers arrive they see a male

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Officer Adam Koahou receives a call of a man armed with a knife on a public bus. By the time Officer Koahou arrives on the

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Deputy Chad Floyd of the Santa Rosa County Sheriff’s Office is dispatched to a physical disturbance call that involves two female participants, with a can

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Officer Mark Lindsey of the Neighborhood Response Squad is notified by a detective that a suspect with a felony warrant has been spotted walking down

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Deputy Adrian Thompson races to backup Deputy Aubrey Raymond who has initiated a pursuit of a stolen car. Raymond was flagged down by the victim who has

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jt3YUZmYi1Q Deputy Swint stops a vehicle with multiple equipment violations. After questioning the driver Deputy Swint pulls the driver out and finds a pill bottle of

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Senior Officer Ryan Mann is dispatched to a citizen who wants to repossess a car. After reviewing the contract written on cardboard, Officer Mann determines

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