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This is the shocking moment police Tasered a notorious drug offender five times after he tried to flee in a stolen vehicle. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7348311/Shocking-moment-police-Taser-dangerous-driver-FIVE-times.html
PC Puckering may be used to dealing with hardened criminals, but that is no preparation it seems in confronting someone, or something, a little more celestial Full Story - Daily Mail Nice to see the Daily mail showing a human side to police officers, looks like good fun! However reading the article further it appears these officers are under investigation by their management for going over the top, and the DM comment section full of people saying officers don't get paid to have fun. Miserable sods.
Chief Cheetah posted a topic in UK Policing NewsOne man dead and several injured in Plymouth 'axe attack' Officers were called to the pub in the early hours of New Year's Day A man has died and several were left injured in an alleged axe and knife attack in Plymouth, police said. Officers were called to the Kings Arms pub on The Green, at Tamerton Foliot, at about 01:30 GMT. A 27-year-old man died at the scene and two others were treated at Derriford Hospital for their injuries, a Devon and Cornwall Police spokesman said. He added weapons had been seized and a 20 and a 21-year-old man had been arrested. A number of people called police to report a man holding a knife and an axe Devon and Cornwall Police said both suspects were being detained at Charles Cross Police Station in Plymouth. A number of people called police to report a man holding a knife and an axe, with further calls of disturbance later in the morning. Det Supt Jim Colwell said: "We are appealing for anyone who witnessed the incident or who was in the Tamerton Foliot area this morning to contact the police. "We have established a cordon at Station Road to assist with scene investigation and our officers will be active in the area throughout the day conducting enquiries." Source BBC News