Category Archive: Police State

Sep 02 2014

Cops Filming “COPS” Fire 30+ Rounds at BB Wielding Robber; Kill Crew Member

Yet another story involving an airsoft, pellet, or BB gun has come to a bullet-riddled end. (Note: exact accounts of the suspect’s weapon vary, stated below) In June, the Omaha, Nebraska Police Department put out a press release stating that they would be partnering with Spike television network in order to film a season of …

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Aug 20 2014

Teen Arrested, Suspended For Shooting Dinosaur in Writing Assignment

It’s that time of year again – when children go back to school and new “zero-tolerance” policy stories abound. Many students returned to their institutions of learning just this week, but Summerville High School in Summerville, South Carolina has wasted little time in getting down to business. 16-year-old Alex stone has not only been suspended, …

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Aug 13 2014

Man Charged With Assault For Yelling Profanities At Police Dog

A 60-year-old Ohio man has been arrested after concerned witnesses called the police to report a man walking his bicycle down the street and looking like he was “about to collapse.” When police arrived, they report that the man – Kevin L. Glovinsky – seemed unsteady, so they asked for identification and offered to arrange …

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Aug 11 2014

32 Arrested in Riots, Looting Over Police Shooting of Unarmed Teen

A prayer vigil and demonstration for the shooting of 18-year-old Michael Brown quickly turned to a scene of chaos in Ferguson, MO Sunday night. Local gas stations and businesses were set on fire and looted, two officers were injured, and rioters reportedly destroyed a news van. Before the vigil, approximately 200 protesters gathered in front …

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Aug 08 2014

Police Shoot “Armed” Man Holding Airsoft Rifle in WalMart Airsoft Aisle

A 22-year-old Ohio man is dead after police shot him in a local WalMart. The police had been responding to a call about an active shooter in the store; the “shooter” was looking at a airsoft rifle while in the airsoft aisle of the sporting goods section. He died in an area hospital shortly after …

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Jul 16 2014

Man Arrested for Stabbing Watermelon

In the long list of things people have been arrested for that might never be thought possible, we can now add “carving watermelon.” A Connecticut man now faces charges of “second-degree threatening and disorderly conduct” for allegedly carving a watermelon in a “passive aggressive manner.” Carmine Cervellino, 49, and his wife are currently going through …

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Jul 15 2014

Cop Shoots at Dog, Hits 10-Year-Old Instead; Media Blames Gun

With the increase in “puppycide” in recent months – that is, instances of police shooting dogs – once could easily expect that someday, a cop would miss. That’s exactly what happened to 10-year-old Dakota Corbitt. Luckily, Corbitt did not sustain any life-threatening injuries, but he’s not healing as well as expected. The incident occurred in …

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Jul 13 2014

Police Admit to Faking 911 Calls to Illegally Enter Homes

A Durham, North Carolina police officer recently admitted under oath that he has lied about 911 calls in order to gain entry to homes without a warrant. He also admitted that the actions were part of official department policy. Police claim the practice of falsifying information in order to conduct a search is perfectly legal. …

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Jul 12 2014

Police Get Warrant To Photograph 17-Year-Old’s Erection

A 17-year-old boy is facing two felony charges for sexting his 15-year-old girlfriend. The charges in question? Manufacturing and distribution of child pornography. If found guilty, the teen would be imprisoned and have to register as a sex offender. If that is not bizarre enough, police were recently granted a warrant to administer a chemically-induced …

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Jul 07 2014

Footloose: NYPD Cracks Down on Illegal Subway Dancers

Kevin Bacon would be very disappointed in the New York City Police Department and their decision to crack down on subway dancers. Police have arrested over 240 people for dancing for change in the city’s subways this year, as opposed to less than 40 arrests by this time last year. The reasoning? “Broken windows” – …

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