A bikini-clad Swedish police officer has grabbed the attention of the internet after she took a break from sunbathing to take down a pickpocketing suspect.
Mikaela Kellner, an 11-year veteran of the Stockholm Police Department, said she was off-duty sunbathing with friends when she noticed a suspicious man lingering and trying to sell them magazines.
Kellner said she told her friends to “keep an eye on their things” — and it seems her instincts were dead-on. Moments later, one of her friends asked, “Where did my mobile phone go?”
The off-duty cop immediately jumped into action and pursued the suspect wearing only a bikini. It only took about 50 feet for Kellner to catch up to him.
“One of my friends is also a police officer, so we got hold of him. He tried to get away so we held onto him harder,” she told a local publication.
Kellner later posted the now-viral photo of them detaining the suspect on her Instagram account.
Saturday, July 30, 2016
California risks losing $135 MILLION DOLLARS in federal grants over 'sanctuary city' policies that protect ILLEGAL BEANERS
The policies, whether in writing or just in practice, preclude local law enforcement from working with federal authorities when they catch an illegal immigrant who by law faces deportation. The laws have sparked a national controversy in the wake of dozens of murders and other violent crimes committed by illegal immigrants who local law enforcement did not report to the Department of Homeland Security.
Republicans in Congress, saying such non-cooperation is illegal, forced the Department of Justice to condition grants on compliance. For California, which enacted the California Trust Act, that could mean as much as $135 million in grants will be withheld.
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VIDEO - One of a million reasons why NOBODY wants these Negro Animals around them - Flash Negro Mobbery - The Kansas City Shuffle
At 1:22 a.m. July 16, 2016, a group of nearly 50 young people mobbed the 7-11 convenience store at 3150 Gillham Rd. They came in two groups. Some paid for their items, but many grabbed things and ran out of the door without paying.
JOB ADVERT'S AWKWARD TYPO: A typing error on a job advert in Bromley, United Kingdom, left a British Heart Foundation charity shop searching for a candidate to fill an "ass manager" vacancy on Saturday. According to reports, the job advert, which is seen in this photo, has now been changed to its intended advert for an assistant manager.
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TEXAS: Illegal Beaner Carlos Esparza for orally, vaginally and anally raping 7 year old girl - DONALD J TRUMP, BUILD THAT WALL!
A man suspected of being an illegal alien has been arrested and charged with aggravated sexual assault. His victim is reported to be a seven-year-old girl.
Homeowner Jimmy Stewart learned his lesson the first time a black woman rang his bell.... Following that home invasion, he always packs his gun when answering the door for strangers... And guess what, a new set of Negro home invaders try to rob him again... and James Stewart blasted away!
White homeowner James Stewart, Robbed at Gunpoint 7 Years Ago by feral Negroes, Brings a Little Something Extra When He Hears Strange Knock at Door
No Good Deed Goes UNPUNISHED - Three Walmart Employees, Nathan Higgins, 35; Crucelis Nunez, 23; and Ruandall Tooko, 58 charged in the death of serial shoplifter Kenneth Wisham
Police say Kenneth Wisham, 64, tried to steal nearly $400 worth of DVDs from the Lakeland, Florida, Walmart in February when store workers confronted him, according to WFLA.
Wisham ran but had trouble keeping his pants up, eventually causing him to trip and fall to the ground, police said. The Walmart employees held him down until police could arrive, but Wisham stopped breathing. In critical condition, he was rushed to an area hospital where he later died.
An autopsy found Wisham’s cause of death to be mechanical asphyxia due to restraint. The Medical Examiner’s report also found that he had 15 broken ribs.
Three Walmart employees have been charged in his death – Nathan Allen Higgins, a 35-year-old support manager; Crucelis Nunez, a 23-year-old customer service manager; and Randall Eugene Toko a 58-year-old loss-prevention specialist.
Walmart issued the following statement Friday:
“Our hearts go out to everyone affected by these events. The status of the associated involved continues to be reviewed. We’ll continue working with law enforcement officials, as we have from the beginning, while conducting our own review.”
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Chicago Police Cmdr. Glenn Evans Sues City of Chicago, (IPRA) Chicago Police Independent Police Review Authority, IPRA Investigators Matrice Campbell & Vincent Jones and WBEZ Radio
Evans filed a federal lawsuit Thursday alleging he was the victim of a civil conspiracy that led to his wrongful prosecution on criminal charges, according to court papers.
Evans’ lawsuit claims, among other things, that members of the city’s Independent Police Review Board conspired on a common goal of “ousting him from the Chicago police department” and “saving face” for the beleaguered agency often accused of bungling police misconduct investigations in the favor of accused officers.
“IPRA proclaims that it conducts investigations with integrity, transparency, independence and timeliness. In one fell swoop, IPRA violated all of these tenets when it investigated Commander Glenn Evans for allegedly shoving a gun down the throat of Rickey Williams, which resulted in the Commander being charged with multiple felonies,” Evans attorney Victor Henderson said in a statement.
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Friday, July 29, 2016
At 12:30 a.m., she got into an argument with a black female wildebeest on the platform at the Adams/Wabash CTA station, police said. In the process of the fight, the other person pulled out a knife and stabbed the woman in the leg and abdomen.
She went to Northwestern Memorial Hospital and her condition was stabilized.
The list of charges crosses party/ideological lines to include election fraud, money laundering through the Clinton Foundation and endangering national security by the exclusive secret use of a private email server for government business during Clinton’s tenure as Secretary of State during the first term of the Obama administration.
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A Cook County Jail inmate awaiting trial for rape and kidnapping has been charged with sexually assaulting a cellmate, the Chicago Sun-Times is reporting.
Gerrod Greer, of Gary, Ind., attacked the man while the pair were in custody together in late April, Assistant State’s Attorney Liam Reardon told Judge Laura Sullivan on Tuesday.
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THE EVER UNSAFE & DANGEROUS CHICAGO CTA - Chicago Cops: 2 feral Negroes robbing people at gunpoint on CTA trains
They pulled out a handgun and took the victim’s property before getting off at the next stop or jumping the turnstile, according to a community alert from police. In one incident, they pepper sprayed the victim.
Cubs and White Sox fans may not see eye to eye on baseball. But WHITE fans of both teams are crying foul after they got scammed by phony NEGRO parking lot attendants earlier this week.
It happened during Tuesday night's Crosstown Classic at The Cell.
Licea and her boyfriend, Tim Edwards, and her mother and daughter, Donna and Alyse Lewis, were among dozens of fans who fell victim to an expensive scam outside US Cellular Field Tuesday night.
When they were turned away at the jam-packed Sox-owned lots, they headed west on Pershing and found another lot.
"These guys are literally in the middle of the street flagging us down to come park. I ask him how much, he says 20 bucks. So we pulled in,” Edwards said.
"They did look legit. And I asked them I said are you sure it's okay for us to park here? Oh yeah, no problem. My boss knows. It's his lot. You're good to go,” said Donna Lewis.
But when they returned to the lot after the ballgame, their cars were gone.
"There was a group of people in the lot and no cars. And everyone was just dumbfounded,” Licea said.
"I was like shoot, it's a scam. These people got 20 dollars from everybody,” Alyse Lewis said.
Cellphone video shows what happened when the fans went to the rendered towing lot about a mile away where their cars had been impounded.
When they tried to explain the situation to the woman behind the window, she just didn’t seem to care.
"She wasn't sympathetic. All of us were talking to her and she didn't care,” Maria Licea said.
"We called the police. The police came, they asked them this is a scam. Could you let them have their vehicles? The girl absolutely would not work with us,” Donna Lewis said.
Rendered Services is currently under investigation by the Illinois Commerce Commission after having been cited 373 times in the past four years.
A ripped sign is the only mention of rendered services that FOX 32 saw at the lot where the people were towed.
A man who answered the phone at the tow lot told FOX 32, "I feel sorry for these people, but there's really nothing I can do about it."
A spokesperson for the White Sox says they are aware of some parking lot scams near the ballpark and their security workers try to alert police when it happens.
They say they will forward a picture of the alleged scammer to Chicago police.
During the melee, as people ran for their lives, a 16-year-old girl hyperventilated and had an asthma attack at the scene. She was rushed to St. Bernard but was pronounced dead at 2:05 a.m. The Cook County Medical Examiner's Office identified her as Jessica Williams, of the 12000-block of South State Street.
"I'm going to miss everything about her," said Destiny Williams, Jessica Williams' 14-year-old sister.
A group of around 100 people gathered in the 800-block of West 50th Place in Chicago's Back of the Yards neighborhood around 12:20 a.m. Thursday to celebrate the life of a man who was killed in a gang shooting in 2012.
Neighbors said the overnight shooting was petty and unnecessary.
A source said 25-year-old Denzel Childs was the aggressor, who wouldn't let a few girls save the spot for a friend. The source said during an argument, he took out a gun and started shooting at them until an unknown person killed him.
"Some other guy just walked up to him, pulled his gun out and just fired five shots into him," said Curtis Singleton, a neighbor.
"I'm still numb. I can't believe it. I mean why? Why couldn't you just move your car? If somebody's got to park, why can't you just drive on by?" said Paula Griffin Golden, Childs' mother.
Police said four people were shot. A 34-year-old woman was shot in the neck and rushed to St. Bernard Hospital, where she was pronounced dead, police said. She was identified Thursday afternoon as Kayana Q. Armond of the 10900-block of South Vernon in Chicago.
Childs suffered several gunshot wounds to the neck, hand and chest, police said. He was transported to Stroger Hospital, where he was pronounced dead.
A 25-year-old woman was shot twice in the back, police said. She was taken to Stroger, where her condition stabilized.
A 21-year-old woman, identified by her mother as Jaccarra Reeves, was shot in the left hand, police said. She was taken to St. Bernard, where an x-ray showed the bones in her hand were shattered. Her mother, Deborah Reeves, was furious.
"These people were people. These were lives. You talking about a parking spot? A parking spot? My daughter. My daughter's hand has to be reconstructed and we talking about a parking spot?" Reeves said. "I'm actually blessed. I'm standing here blessed that my daughter is only having hand surgery when everybody else is shot in the back, neck. They dead. A parking spot?"
Police said Childs and the 25-year-old woman were documented gang members, and a witness was not cooperating. Area Central detectives are trying to track down any private surveillance video in the neighborhood.
Nobody in custody.
ROBBERY SUSPECT SHOT BY CHICAGO POLICE IN ENGLEWOOD (First of two Chicago Police Shootings on Thursday)
About 6:50 p.m., officers were called to a robbery in the 6700 block of South May, according to a CPD statement and Independent Police Review Authority spokeswoman Mia Sissac.
A 24-year-old man pointed officers to a man he said had robbed him, police said. They chased the suspect down a gangway and saw a weapon in his hand, police said.
The officers told him to drop it and shot him twice in "the lower extremities" when he didn't, police said.
He was taken to Stroger Hospital in fair-to-serious condition, according to the Chicago Fire Department.
Investigators recovered a weapon at the scene, police said.
The officers involved the shooting will be placed on administrative duties for 30 days, per CPD policy. IPRA is investigating the use of force.
CPD Deputy Supt. John Escalante said both body cameras and squad car cameras were on at the time of the shooting.
About 45 minutes later, a person was shot by police in South Shore.