The U.S. Department of Justice is demanding Georgia Sheriff Butch Conway reimburse $70,000 for his purchase of a 707 horsepower Dodge Charger Hellcat, which has been deemed too “extravagant” of a purchase.
The New York Police Department, considered one of the most well-funded and heavily-equipped police forces in the world, apparently owns a $4 million spy plane that can detect nuclear bombs from the sky.
I suppose Florida news outlets can be forgiven for not spilling much ink on this video, being used to insane thunderstorms and all, but, still, holy shit!
Over the weekend, Indiana State Police Public Information Officer Sgt. Stephen Wheeles tweeted about pulling somebody over for going too slowly in the left lane on the highway. Since then his post has blown up, which gives me hope that maybe people around America will get a clue and kindly get out of the fast lane…
A cruel and villainous groundhog was blocking traffic outside of Baltimore today, but thankfully, a cop came to dispatch true justice and shot it to death with a gun.
On her 27th birthday in early April, Ontario-native Emily Nield got pulled over by Georgia police for speeding. After a police officer allegedly said her documentation—which included a Canadian driver’s license and not a hard-copy of a passport—was invalid, the officer handcuffed Nield and sent her to jail, CBC reports…
Police cars are outfitted with all kinds of crazy shit—push bumpers, onboard computers, and various cameras to name a few things—and all of that stuff is installed aftermarket. Cop shops transform ordinary Chevy Tahoes into terrifying beasts. The Sheriff’s Office in Placer County, California, does all of the…
Two separate Florida police departments have reported serious engine problems with more than 75 vehicles, and now testing has revealed it’s likely due to a contaminated fuel source, according to the My Palm Beach Post.
The West Palm Beach Police Department has had to pull 13 of its Ford police vehicles off the road since last week due to reported engine failure, according to WPTV.
“For all you folks who like to drive in the left lane on a divided highway, guess what?” The Oklahoma Highway Patrol said Nov. 10 in announcing new legislation outlawing the practice. “You’re breaking the law. The left lane is a passing lane.” And ... guess what? Since then police have pulled over dozens of motorists…
Police in Lancashire, England, recently pulled over a Vauxhall Signum that was, uh, missing its passenger-side front tire. It’s very understandable, as these things are easy to overlook and hard to notice. The driver was thoughtful enough to use a turn signal when changing lanes, though, in video captured by a…
German traffic patrol is about to get a touch more refined and luxurious. According to CarScoops and a press release by Daimler, Mercedes is set to unveil their new line of European police cars at the General Police Equipment Exhibition and Conference in Frankfurt later this month.
On Thursday evening at around 8:30 PM, certified master car thief 37-year-old Edward Wilson found an unlocked and running Jeep Grand Cherokee in the parking lot of the Sartell, Minnesota Walmart. Being the incredibly talented thief that he is, Wilson opened the door, stepped on board, and piloted the Jeep more than an…
Four Dallas police cars and eight Dallas Marshal’s Office cars were damaged early Sunday after a man armed with a sledgehammer gained access to a station lot and came out swinging.
Running from the police is a bad idea, especially after you’ve stopped, handed over your driver’s license and given them time to sit and process your information. But, people still do dumb things all the time, like this BMW driver, whose escape was captured on video.
A New York City cop has been injured after trying to stop what appears to be a Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG from drifting through Times Square, and the incident was all caught on video.
Here’s a tweet from the California Highway Patrol, Contra Costa Area.
What’s likely one of the more commonly fantasized excuses for a car chase was no excuse early New Year’s Day, as Carl Alewine witnessed the birth of his daughter handcuffed to the hood of his car after getting pulled over speeding to the hospital.
TJ Hooker and other 1980s cop shows led many of us to believe that about 75 percent of police work involved hanging on to rapidly moving cars. Apparently that’s not exactly the case in reality. Except sometimes it is, as in this incident of a Florida cop who was sent to check out a possible overdose.
Miami-Dade police issued 123,731 traffic citations in 2015. So far this year, they’ve given out 76,563. Part of the reason for that massive dip, according to The Miami Herald? Police are running out of paper tickets.