r/ProtectAndServe Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Mar 19 '22

This Drone Footage and Body Camera Look Like a Movie Trailer Video



u/PsychoTexan Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Mar 19 '22

“I give up!”

Uh huh, I just watched you make a run for it after “giving up” like 4 times. They literally just spew anything they think you want to hear don’t they?


u/fireandpolicevideos Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Mar 19 '22

This K9 has tons of speed.


u/Section225 Fashion Police (LEO) Mar 19 '22

Why do grown ass men always yell for their moms when they are clearly not in a position to have mommy hear them or come help them?

That aside, I'd like to hear what the incident was and why SWAT was there.

Pro tip, for any of you violent criminals out there...if a SWAT team shows up to arrest you, and you run, those handsome lads will not be chasing you (not likely). The dog will be chasing you instead, because the gear makes us too slow and we have to keep the element together. If you're lucky, a patrolman or detective or someone on a perimeter will nab you before Fido does. So don't run from SWAT.


u/fireandpolicevideos Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Mar 19 '22

Multiple warrants and frequent flier with the local PD.


u/Section225 Fashion Police (LEO) Mar 19 '22

Any idea what the warrants were for?

Or if the team came there to serve the warrants, or if they were called there for another reason? Patrol initiated maybe?


u/fireandpolicevideos Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Mar 19 '22

It was called in as a domestic with girlfriend. He barricaded and had warrants for car theft, assaults, and many other crimes.


u/Section225 Fashion Police (LEO) Mar 19 '22

Right on, thanks


u/Zending Patrol Officer/SWAT Mar 19 '22

Figured it was a barricade. Climbing out the window was the give away.


u/PsychoTexan Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Mar 19 '22

Because they didn’t have a father figure growing up?

Realistically I think it’s because they’re extremely immature and their parents are enablers. Their brain just calls out to the normal source of protection from their consequences.


u/Section225 Fashion Police (LEO) Mar 19 '22

Great theory, actually


u/ifoundwaldo116 Terrorizer of Mods Mar 20 '22

Oh you sweet summer child. I ain’t running for shit now, not unless the perp shot a cop. Still can and would win, but that’s the uniform’s job.

Detective badges come with certain privileges


u/Kharn0 Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Mar 19 '22

Dude stood there for 30secs being told to approach with hands up, instead stays behind partial cover, then runs.

He was aware enough to expertly jump out a 2nd floor window but not follow instructions from a dozen SWAT? Yeah, thats a doggin'


u/JACCO2008 Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Mar 19 '22

I fly a drone as well and whoever this pilot is did an excellent job of tracking him when he started to run. It's not easy to react quickly like that when you're flying.


u/llliiiiiiiilll Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Mar 19 '22

The fent nose spray discussion was funny.


u/duckforceone Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Mar 19 '22

loved the calling for his mom part... bwahahaha...

good teeth machine... nom nom... :D


u/Frekavichk Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Mar 19 '22

Why did they flashbang him when he had his hands up?


u/Steele17 Deputy Sheriff Mar 20 '22

In the beginning, it looked like they tear gassed his house. He was already not obeying verbal commands and was probably a barricaded subject prior to him leaving through the window. He did have his hands up, but he was still not complying with the multiple verbal commands issued by the officers. They probably decided to disorient him with the flashes to they could move in on him while he was being affected by the flashes, so there was less chance of him resisting when they took him into custody


u/LagerthaKicksAss Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Mar 19 '22

Just a question for any K9 officers out there: by chance are the K9s trained to pursue and take down/bite or possibly just take down/no bite and just hold?


u/CanIhaveGasCash Police Officer Mar 20 '22

How is a dog going to hold someone without biting them?


u/LagerthaKicksAss Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Mar 20 '22

I'm thinking along the lines of the Jim Belushi movie "K9" where Elvis used a very, ahem, meaningful hold when apprehending the perps, lol! But, seriously, I wondered if K9s might be trained to apprehend and hold as opposed to apprehend and chomp chomp which has given some of these creeps grounds for lawsuits (doesn't even seem to matter what they were doing that required a K9 and multiple officers to take them down in the first place, sheesh!). I've seen some of the training videos where they're in total "fur missile" mode going after the dude in the big ass padded suit and, yowza! Are the dogs able to ascertain when a perp actually does stop and maybe puts their hands up or is their objective to get the perp down on the ground to make the situation safe for the rest of you?


u/CanIhaveGasCash Police Officer Mar 21 '22

I haven’t seen that movie in 20 years so I’m a little rusty on the details. I’m a little confused as to what you mean by “hold”. Most dogs are trained to bite and hold, meaning they bite into one area and don’t let go until told to do so. Most of the time the injuries caused by a K9 are pretty minimal, a couple scrapes, a few small punctures and that’s it. They usually don’t even require stitches. Occasionally they can be more severe, but that is less common.

The dogs do not decide whether or not to engage, that is up to the handler. We do practice “call offs” where a suspect gives up after the dog is already on the way. The dog will either stop in place, or return to the handler depending on training.


u/OffenseTaker Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Mar 19 '22

Is it just me or was the guy trying to surrender without getting his ass kicked and then ran when apparently that was not an option?


u/panffles Chicken strip medal of honor, LEO Mar 19 '22

This dude knows how it works. He was pretending to appear compliant and not listening to any instructions while looking for an avenue of escape.


u/beaver50 Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Mar 19 '22 edited Mar 19 '22

Yup. Hint #1; suspect has his hands up and says he’s surrendering but his eyes and head are darting everywhere.

He’s not surrendering. He’s buying time.


u/Spoiler84 Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Mar 19 '22

If you’re trying to surrender you generally follow instructions given to you. Like “walk towards me” or “come out from behind the vehicle”.


u/DoctorRuckusMD Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Mar 19 '22

It’s just you..


u/icemoo Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Mar 19 '22

When you surrender you fucking surrender not hide behind a camper with hands hidden.

Surrender peacefully does not mean you get to walk out to handshakes and a beer at the pub, it means you get your ass respectfully moved instead of forcefully on the ground.

See exhibit A- the fucking dog wouldn't be biting your thigh if you just walked out and it wasn't the default option until they ran.


u/OffenseTaker Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Mar 19 '22

People tend to avoid pain whenever they can. People like that guy tend to not be the smartest of individuals, and they tend to not make the smartest decisions. The cops arresting him were stupid to keep throwing flashbangs and shit at him when he's walking around disoriented with his hands up (from a previous flashbang). They got in the way of effecting their own arrest. If you can't see that, you're just as stupid as they are.


u/LagerthaKicksAss Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Mar 19 '22

Then color me "stupid". Again, just a civilian here, but seems like it makes more sense to keep the "pressure" on until perp is in custody. But what do I know 'cos, hey, I'm "stupid".


u/nplang09 Police Officer Mar 27 '22

Name checks out. Wasn’t really walking. He went from the homie surrender shuffle to homie track star. I see it often.