Ja Rule Planning New Iconic Music Festival

On today's Daily Dose LA's Hip-hop Morning Show discuss Ja Rule wanting to do another festival similar to the Fyre Festival. Do you think it will be successful or will it be another disaster? Subscribe Now - http://bit.ly/17Rrvxu Power 106 Website - http://bit.ly/THwnRX Listen Live - http://bit.ly/T0chlq #JaRule #FyreFestival #IconnicMusicFestival

Woman Calls 911 and Then Threatens and Throws Rock at Officer

** (Disclaimer: This video content is intended for educational and informational purposes only) ** On December 11, 2018 around 6:47 PM, Cape Coral Police responded to a call for service at the 500 block of Cape Coral Pkwy E in reference to a report of an individual requesting an ambulance. The individual called into 9-1-1 but did not provide much more detail. The 9-1-1 caller was later identified as Jessica C. Blick (W/F, DOB: 08/01/1981, 3518 SE 17th Ave). Blick was eventually determined to be at 340 Cape Coral Parkway E (Family Dollar) walking on the sidewalk with a large piece of concrete in one of her hands and the other holding a cellular telephone. The first officer on scene made contact with Blick trying to talk to her to determine if she was the one who had called 9-1-1. As the officer spoke to Blick she continued to move around and did not answer the officer. Concerned for Blick’s welfare the officer continued to try to communicate and directed her numerous times to drop the “rock”. Blick continued to disregard the officer and was able to see another officer approaching her from behind. Blick then drew back the piece of concrete like she was going to throw it at the first officer while saying that she was going to kill him. The first officer ducked away as the second officer moved up and Blick ran into the roadway of Cape Coral Pkwy E. The first officer drew his TASER and discharged both cartridges in an attempt to gain control but the probes missed Blick. She went back onto the sidewalk and drew back the piece of concrete again but this time actually threw it at the second officer. The piece of concrete struck the second officer in the shoulder. That officer ran toward Blick and was able to force her to the ground and into some nearby bushes. Blick continued to resist officers from taking her into custody by pulling and twisting away from both officers. Eventually, officers were able to subdue Blick and secure her in handcuffs. After Blick was secured in handcuffs, she rolled over and kicked the original officer in the thigh and groin. Blick continued to kick at the officer to which the other officer utilized his O.C. spray to gain her compliance to stop acting in an aggressive manner. After the O.C. spray was deployed, Blick's aggression stopped almost immediately. Blick was transported to a local hospital by request of officers. Blick was arrested and charged with Aggravated Assault on a LEO, Battery on a LEO, and Resisting Arrest with Violence. She was later transferred to Lee County Jail. Donate to PoliceActivity: https://www.patreon.com/PoliceActivity Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PoliceActivity Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Police_Activity

Suspect Crashes Into Police SUV Then Leads Officers On Foot Chase

** (Disclaimer: This video content is intended for educational and informational purposes only) ** Dash cam and body camera video released by Tulsa Police shows a suspect driving a pickup head-on into an officer's SUV on Thanksgiving day. Police eventually arrested Joshua Shamlin when he got out of the truck and ran away. Tulsa Police said the incident started with an armed robbery call near 21st Street and 129th East Avenue. Later that morning they responded to a similar robbery at Walmart. A short time later a chase began when an officer responded to a robbery at the Walgreens at 71st and Sheridan. The chase ended in a cul-de-sac near 34th and Garnett. Prosecutors charged Shamlin with five counts, including robbery and eluding arrest. Donate to PoliceActivity: https://www.patreon.com/PoliceActivity Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PoliceActivity Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Police_Activity

Police Dashcam Captures Massive Gas Explosion in Wisconsin

** (Disclaimer: This video content is intended for educational and informational purposes only) ** Sun Prairie officials have released police dash cam video of the moment a gas main exploded July 10 in downtown Sun Prairie. During a news conference Thursday, officials said they have found no probable cause to pursue criminal charges related to the explosion July 10 that killed a Sun Prairie firefighter and destroyed numerous downtown buildings. Sun Prairie Police Chief Chief Patrick Anhalt said the explosion was caused by a crew from VC Tech after the intersection of Main and Bristol streets was improperly marked. Investigators say the intersection was not completely marked because of miscommunication between subcontractors. Links to: Statement by Chief Anhalt Concerning the Explosion Investigation Disposition: https://www.cityofsunprairie.com/DocumentCenter/View/7421/Statement-by-Chief-Anhalt-Concerning-the-Explosion-Investigation City of Sun Prairie Incident Detail Report (Redacted): http://www.cityofsunprairie.com/DocumentCenter/View/7419/18-12009-Redaction-Letter-and-Report State Fire Marshal Report (Redacted): http://www.cityofsunprairie.com/DocumentCenter/View/7420/DOJ-State-Fire-Marshal-Report_Redacted Donate to PoliceActivity: https://www.patreon.com/PoliceActivity Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PoliceActivity Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Police_Activity

Bodycam Captures Chicago Police Shooting Armed Man After Chase

** (Disclaimer: This video content is intended for educational and informational purposes only) ** A police-involved shooting that left a man wounded in the neck on the South Side Wednesday night is under investigation. Police said the shooting happened during an altercation and the man shot by police is hospitalized in serious condition. Police chased him into an apartment building in the East Chatham neighborhood. At ground 7 p.m. Wednesday, police said they saw an armed man in a crowd of people near 79th Street and Drexel Avenue, so police chased after him when he ran away. A group of about three officers followed the man into the third floor of an apartment building nearby, where they struggled according to authorities. One officer fired one shot. The man did not return fire. The events unfolded as children went door-to-door trick-or-treating with their parents. "He ran into the building to third floor where he pushed his way in," said Chicago Police Patrol Chief Fred Waller. "Officers followed behind him. A struggle, a brief struggle, ensued there. He continued to run out of that building and that's when he was shot." Waller said the man was shot inside the building and outside the apartment. "Children have been walking down this street all day and all evening trick-or-treating," said Tou're Simpson, who lives nearby. "It's just too bad. It's a shame. Really it is." Officers recovered a 9 millimeter weapon with an extended clip, releasing a picture of it. Family members that the man who was shot is 23 years old and is the father of two young children, a baby and a 2-year-old. They are questioning if the use of force was justified. Meanwhile, the officer has been put on administrative duty for 30 days, pending the outcome of an independent investigation. Donate to PoliceActivity: https://www.patreon.com/PoliceActivity Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PoliceActivity Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Police_Activity

Bodycam Captures Minneapolis Police Officers Fatally Shooting Man With Large Kitchen Knife

** (Disclaimer: This video content is intended for educational and informational purposes only) ** Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman announced Thursday that two Minneapolis officers will not be charged in the shooting death of a 36-year-old man Nov. 9. Officers Ryan Keyes and Neal Walsh fired eight shots at Travis Jordan, who was moving toward the officers with a 13.5-inch knife. Freeman's office said he refused repeated orders to drop the weapon. The shots fired were prompted by a “super aggressive step” Jordan took toward the officers during the incident. The body camera footage was released Thursday as well. It shows Officer Keyes' and Officer Walsh's angles of the incident. The BCA’s investigation into the incident showed Jordan’s girlfriend told dispatchers that Jordan was threatening suicide at his home on Morgan Avenue North. She had spoken to Jordan on the phone a few minutes earlier and he said he wanted to die. The two officers were sent to the house and knocked on the door, receiving no response. One of the officers went to talk to a neighbor while the other walked around to the back of the house and spotted Jordan in the kitchen. He knocked on the door and told Jordan to go to the front door, which he did not. Jordan was seen on the phone during his time in the house. The investigation showed Jordan said some expletives to the officers. When in front of the home again, officers heard Jordan yelling, including when he said, “Let’s do this.” It was after this that he walked outside, continuing to say, “Let’s do this.” Both officers told him to drop the knife he had in his hand and to stay inside. He ignored commands and continued forward saying, “I don’t want to do this.” Jordan reached the street curb and took a “super aggressive step” toward the officer and they both fired their weapons. Officers handcuffed him and provided first aid. Jordan was taken to Hennepin County Medical Center where he died. The BCA’s investigation showed the officers and Jordan were separated by only 12 feet when the shot was fired. “The evidence shows that at the time he was shot, Mr. Jordan was wielding a large knife, refused numerous commands to drop the knife, refused commands not to come out of the house or approach the officers and, instead, presented the officers with a deadly threat,” according to a new release. Freeman said Officers Walsh and Keyes’ use of deadly force was "objectively reasonable in the face of the danger of death or great bodily harm." BCA link to entire redacted file: https://mnbca.sharefile.com/share/view/s60a14ea5c084ddca/fo2ab89e-ff80-43cc-8a37-d09813b7b0df Donate to PoliceActivity: https://www.patreon.com/PoliceActivity Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PoliceActivity Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Police_Activity

Auto Ped 4900 N 5th St

On Sunday May 26, 2019, at 2:24 am, the victim, a 26 year-old male was on the 4900 block of North 5th Street when he was struck by a red colored mini-van The suspect then fled the scene and was last seen North on 5th Street. The victim was severely injured as a result of this incident. Vehicle Description: Red colored Mini-Van should have damage to font end and hood. Last seen North Bound on 5th Street. No further information. If you see this suspect do not approach, contact 911 immediately. To submit a tip via telephone, dial 215.686.TIPS (8477) or text a tip to PPD TIP or 773847. All tips will be confidential. If you have any information about this crime or this suspect, please contact: Accident Investigation Division: 215-685-3180/3181 P/O Soto