“This is a hate-filled human being, but unfortunately one who possesses really alarming numbers of weapons,” said the city attorney.
And other behind-the-scenes secrets from cop Simon Drobik, who also stars in the "Breaking Bad" sequel.
The former Georgia police officer was found guilty of aggravated assault and violating his oath of office.
Atatiana Jefferson, 28, was standing near a bedroom window when the white Fort Worth police officer opened fire from outside.
Former Bordentown Township Police Chief Frank Nucera was the first law enforcement officer to face a federal hate crimes charge in at least a decade.
Civil rights groups say voters in a Georgia city will be intimidated from casting a ballot if they have to go to the police station to do so.
Dallas police said they have issued three capital murder arrest warrants in Brown's shooting death.
Joshua Brown, a key witness in the trial of ex-Dallas police officer Amber Guyger, was shot dead on Friday.
Joshua Brown lived across from Botham Jean and provided a key witness account at Amber Guyger's trial in September.
Police said Tsang Chi-kin, 18, will be charged for attacking cops. Thousands have rallied in support of the teen and have called for police accountability.
The former Dallas police officer fatally shot the unarmed black man in his own apartment.
Frank Nucera allegedly slammed a Black teen’s head on a door and regularly used racial slurs. His trial raises major questions about police oversight.
Amber Guyger says she shot the man when she mistakenly entered his apartment instead of her own and confused him for an intruder.
Amber Guyger is charged with murdering Botham Jean in 2018 when she entered the wrong apartment and allegedly mistook him for an intruder.
Harris County Sheriff’s Department Deputy Sandeep Dhaliwal made history in 2015 for wearing his articles of faith while in uniform.
My family never realized that he, like many other police officers, was struggling with his mental health.
Wednesday's false alarm was reminiscent of the missile alert that was erroneously triggered by a state employee in 2018.
The couple had been arrested for DUI and allegedly got hot and heavy in the back of the squad car.
Pennsylvania State Police said the couple spent most of the money on items like an SUV, a race car, two four-wheelers, and a camper.