01/31/2012

Video: January's 5 most popular police videos

By PoliceOne Staff

The top video of January got the most views of any video ever posted on PoliceOne. It shows an assailant suddenly tackle a Baltimore cop, springing a suspect who had been under arrest. A few weeks later, it would seem as if "part two" came along with the release of footage shot in North Philadelphia that again showed aggressive subjects tackle - and punch - officers.

What do you think of the videos? Tell us in the Comments section below. If you have videos of your own, upload them to BLUtube and they might make next month's most popular list.

Video of attack on Md. cop goes viral

An assailant suddenly tackles a Baltimore cop, springing a suspect who had been prone and placed under arrest.

  

Deputy engages in 'fight of his life'

Deputy Jeff Nichols took a hit to the arm when a hail of bullets came at him during a traffic stop. He returned fire, and seven hours later, the ordeal was over.

  

Video: 2 cops attacked in N. Phila. melee

Rodney Ganbrell, 19, struggled when an officer tried to question him, and then as officers tried to make the arrest, according to reports, "all hell broke loose."

 

Incidents in Mo. show changing criminal society

Independence police say two videos are evidence of a changing criminal culture in which instead of fleeing police, violators engage.

 

Suspect killed at Calif. Carl's Jr.

Officers in Monterey Park, Calif. fatally shot a noncompliant man wielding a weapon resembling an ax after police say he refused orders to back off.

 

  

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