Follow me On December 18, Missouri Highway Patrol Trooper Anthony Piercy was charged with involuntary manslaughter for the 2014 in custody death of Brandon Ellingson. As has been reported previously at CopBlock.org, Ellingson drowned after falling out of the boat he was being transported in after being arrested for boating
Follow me We all know cops are sensitive and they have a tendency to get really butthurt when people criticize them for beating, illegally arresting, and/or murdering people and having absolutely no accountability for that whatsoever. We also know that they aren’t fans of the First Amendment. So the latest
Follow me Deidra Ritchhart, Founder of SW MO Cop Block, shared the content below, detailing the pending resolution of a wrongful death lawsuit brought against the Springfield (MO) Police Department by the family of Michael Ireland an unarmed man who was shot while running away from Officer Andrew Bath, via
Follow me Deidra Ritchhart, Founder of SW MO Cop Block, shared the content below, detailing the “service” she recently received from a member of the Joplin (MO) Police Department, via the Cop Block Submissions page. Individual Involved: Officer Haines Badge# 4881 Outfit Involved: Joplin Police Department – Joplin, Missouri File
Follow me An anonymous reader shared the content below, which was originally reported by Jonathan Wahl, of the Springfield, MO. ABC affiliate KSPR 33, about yet another police shooting of an unarmed person, via the Cop Block Submissions page. Date of Incident: February 17, 2015 Individuals Involved: Officer Andrew Bath
Follow me This post was shared with the CopBlock Network by a reader, via the CopBlock.org Submission Page. It was originally published by Ken Armstrong at themarshallproject.org. Last week, Seattle police apologized for an incident in which a female officer arrested a 69-year-old man walking in the city with a
Follow me The following post was shared with the CopBlock Network by “Ali” via the CopBlock.org Submission Page. This is from my own experience in Harrisonville, Missouri (64701). On my way home from work around eleven at night, I pulled onto an exit ramp and saw flashing lights behind me.