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Man Indicted for Killing New York Officer

September 16, 2014

Johnson, who was wanted on a parole violation, is accused of shooting Pierson as the officer chased him on foot. Another bullet struck bystander Jamal Bollar, 24, in his leg. Bollar survived. More Here.

Man Indicted for Killing New York Officer

September 16, 2014
Johnson, who was wanted on a parole violation, is accused of shooting Pierson as the officer chased him on foot. Another bullet struck bystander Jamal Bollar, 24, in his leg. Bollar survived.

Video: New York Officer Shot, Killed in Foot Pursuit

September 4, 2014
Rochester (N.Y.) PD Officer Daryl R. Pierson — 32, and an eight-year veteran with the RPD and father of two small children — was shot and killed Wednesday during an exchange of gunfire between police and a man officers were pursuing.

New York Officer Shot, Killed in Foot Pursuit

September 4, 2014

Rochester (N.Y.) PD Officer Daryl R. Pierson — 32, and an eight-year veteran with the RPD and father of two small children — was shot and killed Wednesday during an exchange of gunfire between police and a man officers were pursuing. Read More Here.

Video: Pregnant Women Resists Arrest In N.Y.

August 29, 2013
The Rochester (N.Y.) Police chief defended his officers, after a citizen's video showing an officer striking a woman who is resisting arrest and yelling that she is pregnant.

Pregnant Woman Resists Arrest In N.Y.

August 29, 2013

Rochester (N.Y.) Police officers arrest a woman who resists while yelling, "I'm pregnant." One officer punches the woman in the head. Read the full story here.

Calif.-N.Y. Hells Angels Meth Ring Busted

February 24, 2012
A federal grand jury in Rochester, N.Y., has returned a seven-count indictment charging Hells Angels members in Rochester and Monterey, Calif., with drug trafficking and racketeering offenses.

N.Y. Man Accused of Releasing Pit Bulls on Officers

September 6, 2011
Officers responding to a domestic dispute at a Rochester, N.Y., home faced two charging pit bulls, allegedly released by a man who refused to respond to repeated attempts to contact him.

Charges Dropped Against N.Y. Woman who Filmed Officers

June 28, 2011
Charges have been dropped against Emily Good, the woman arrested by Rochester (N.Y.) Police while she filmed a traffic stop in front of her home. During a court proceeding Monday, First Assistant District Attorney Sandra Doorley said there wasn't enough evidence to pursue the case.

Video: Police Investigate Arrest of Woman who Filmed Vehicle Stop

June 23, 2011
The Rochester (N.Y.) Police Department has begun an internal probe of an officer's arrest of a woman who videotaped officers questing a subject from her front yard.

Controversial Arrest of Woman Filming Traffic Stop

June 23, 2011

The Rochester (N.Y.) Police Department arrested a woman for taping a traffic stop in front of her 19th Ward home on May 12. She was standing in front of her house with a hand-held recording device when the arrest happened.

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