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 scene, the other passengers have evacuated the bus and backup officers have arrived. After a quick strategy meeting, the officers board the bus and approach the armed suspect. While on the ground, the suspect begins to resist arrest and the officers resort to a tazer strike in order to safely cuff him. The man claims to have seen a wild cat, which caused him to fear for his life and take his knife out on the bus. A pipe with methamphetamine residue is found in the suspect’s possession and he is arrested and taken away.

NameAdam Koahou
RankPolice Officer
AgencyColton Police Department
FromSouthern California
Why Law Enforcement?I grew up in a large public service-oriented family. I am third generation in law enforcement.
HobbiesI enjoying outdoor activities such as running, biking and fishing. My favorite hobby is home beer brewing. My wife and I enjoying attending metal music concerts.
Favorite Quote“Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn’t pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected and handed on for them to do the same.” -President Ronald Reagan

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