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Police officer rescues bear cub stuck in dumpster2m01s

Police officer rescues bear cub stuck in dumpster

This morning a momma bear and cub were rummaging through a dumpster when the lid fell enclosing the baby bear inside. Citizens nearby saw the mom trying to free her cub and called us. Momma bear was waiting on the hill when we arrived and Sgt. Mon Pere and Officer Donahue were able to free the little cub and send them both on their way. REMEMBER to be #BearAware and LOCK up all your garbage containers! Help keep our bears wild! Credit: Truckee Police

Police officers make several traffic stops as vehicles continued driving past a stopped bus1m19s

Police officers make several traffic stops as vehicles continued driving past a stopped bus

As we have been posting about this morning, IT IS THE LAW to stop for stopped school buses. This is to protect the children who are unloading from the bus. With recent reports of infractions, an Enforcement Action Plan was created for a noted bus stop on US 19. This body worn camera video from Deputy Justin Smith shows himself and Deputy Ashlyn Reese making several traffic stops yesterday morning as vehicles continued driving past a stopped bus as children were unloading. These enforcement actions will continue. We share this video and the post from earlier today to raise awareness to this issue and help to stop it from occurring any more. Credit: Pasco Sheriff's Office

Intense police shootout in Tontitown, Arkansas6m09s

Intense police shootout in Tontitown, Arkansas

The Washington County sheriff's office has released dash-cam video that show a shootout with a gunman Sunday. The agency said on Facebook that Sheriff Tim Helder chose to release the footage because bystander video has already been posted online and "because of the great public interest it has generated. Credit: Washington County sheriff's office

Troopers rescue unconscious man from burning car1m46s

Troopers rescue unconscious man from burning car

Troopers Thomas O’Connor and Christopher Warwick pulled an unconscious man from a burning car moments before it became fully engulfed in flames on State Highway 42 in Gloucester Township, Camden County. Credit: New Jersey State Police

Florida Highway Patrol Pursuit Reaches 142 MPH, Cruiser Catches Fire14m49s

Florida Highway Patrol Pursuit Reaches 142 MPH, Cruiser Catches Fire

A Florida Highway Patrol trooper pulls a U-turn across a highway median, accelerating to more than 140 mph to catch up with a vehicle going 20 over. Impressively (if not a bit recklessly) the trooper catches up with the vehicle he was pursuing, and that vehicle's driver decides to pull over to the left, stopping in the center median of the divided highway. One thing 142 mph reliably does to a car's engine is heat it up. A lot. And that center median? It was covered in dry grass. Credit: Florida Highway Patrol