Video: Scumbag Shoots Cop Six Times, Gets Instant Karma Seconds Later

Leland Police Officer Jacob Schwenk approaching the suspect (left), moments after he’s shot (right)
A police officer from Leland, North Carolina, was responding to a suspected drunk driver call when his life was threatened. As the officer approached with caution, the scumbag began to fire at the cop, shooting him a total of six times and nearly taking his life. However, the shooter got what he deserved only seconds letter when a brutal dose of instant karma was served.

When Leland Police Officer Jacob Schwenk was called to investigate a suspected drunk driver in Windsor Park community, he never could have imagined what would unfold. After hearing that the vehicle had struck some bushes and nearly hit several mailboxes, he approached the driver with caution. Unfortunately, the suspect, who was later identified as Brent Quinn, wouldn’t comply with the officer’s orders, choosing to instead step out of the vehicle and shoot the officer six times.

Officer Schwenk was shot “once in the chest and five times in the legs,” according to Blue Lives Matter. Although Quinn may have thought the officer was down and he could make a quick getaway, he got an epic dose of instant karma instead. When Officer Schwenk hit the ground, he returned fire, fatally shooting Quinn in the face and four times in the rest of his body. Luckily, Officer Charles McGee was in the area and arrived to assist Officer Schwenk with his injuries, applying a tourniquet to his co-worker’s leg, which ultimately saved his life.

“When you’re pulling somebody over, you really don’t know what their head space is or what their involvement in other crimes might be,” District Attorney Jon David said. “There was nothing about showing up on a DWI call which would have led a reasonable officer to conclude that his life was in danger. Fortunately, consistent with his training, as he approached the car, the officer already had his hand on his service weapon. He was being careful as he approached. So, it was that training that ultimately put him in a position to save his own life.”

Although the terrifying encounter occurred on December 9, 2016, the video of the incident, which captured the officer’s brave actions, was only recently released. Clearly, the officer was simply doing his job when his life was threatened, and he responded as effectively as he could during the moments leading to and following his injuries.

Although some anti-cop thugs might try to argue that the officer’s response was extreme, it wasn’t. The officer only returned fire after his life was already threatened by Quinn.

An autopsy later confirmed that Quinn’s blood alcohol content “was 0.26 percent at the time of the shooting, more than three times the legal limit for driving,” according to Star News Online. Currently, Officer Schwenk is recovering from his injuries but plans to return to work in a few months. Although it’s unfortunate that the officer had to take someone’s life, Quinn should have thought twice before nearly killing a police officer.

Police officers are putting their lives on the line daily to ensure the safety of American citizens. Although they’ve been given a bad reputation from thugs like Black Lives Matter and selfish people within our country, it is the men and women in blue who will come to your rescue should you ever need it.

If anyone deserves recognition and praise for their heroic deeds it is the heroic men and women like Officer Schwenk. Not only do they often have to spend more time with their co-workers than their families, but they are willing to lose their lives, protecting those who don’t appreciate it. Hopefully, with a little bit of help, we all can join together and support our law enforcement officers by saying “thank you” whenever we get a chance. God knows these heroes deserve it.

Homeless Man Tells Cop He’d Give Anything For Hot Shower. You Won’t Believe What Cops Did Next

Bobby was in bad condition when he ran into Aaron Page, an officer with the City of Rome, NY Police Department. His facial hair was overgrown, scruffy, and matted.

Though his clothes seemed to be in pretty decent condition, you could tell they had been worn for a very long time. He was obviously homeless, and after holding a nice little conversation with Page, he decided it was time for a change.

“Bobby, said he’d love a haircut and warm shower,” according to the department’s Facebook post about the sweet story. Page would soon make his wish happen with the help of three other colleagues.

The officer invited his new friend over to the station the next morning and got him all set up for a new makeover. Sgt. Frank Fragapane, George Gebo, Jeff Buckley were also there to greet Bobby.

The first step was to give Bobby a whole new outfit. After his refreshing shower, they used a holding cell to get him changed into a nice pair of kaki jeans, a casual button up shirt, and red sneaks.

Next, Page and his buddies took Bobby outside into one of their garages to cut his hair. All four officers took turns clipping and snipping his grey locks away.

Bobby’s hair was styled into a nice buzz cut, similar to some of the officers’ hair styles. His beard was also completely shaved and neatly trimmed.

Now, you could see the real person who was hiding underneath all that hair. Bobby was cleaned up into a handsome fellow.

Before leaving the station, the cops had another gift for Bobby — a Nike bag full of donated clothes. “Bobby left looking like a whole new person and couldn’t thank us enough,” the department wrote.

Pictures of the heartwarming moment were shared to the department’s page. The photo album, comprised of 18 snapshots, have received nearly 20,000 likes and over 2,000 comments.

While most of the responses praised the cops for their good deed, one commenter in particular wanted to know why they didn’t take Bobby to a local barbershop instead. The department replied, “…due to the time of day, condition of his hair and we each have experience cutting hair it was just more feasible for us to do it.”

By the looks of it, Bobby and everyone else was impressed by the officers’ work. One person wrote: “Thank you for your kindness and compassion! And when these guys are ready to retire from police work, I know an awesome salon that would love to hire them …. nice skills!”

In a world full of selfishness, it’s nice to see people use their talents for good. Thanks to a few skillful police officers, Bobby now has a new lease on life and a new look to show to the world.

-Absolutely stunning! We love stories like this…

Mother’s Heartbroken When 4 Officers Show up for Her Son… Then 2 Words Change Everything

An Arkansas mother’s world was changed forever when four state troopers showed up at her door for her son. What they had to say would make a lasting impact not only on her but the 10-year-old boy.

Angela Andrews said she was heartbroken and felt helpless when none of the 21 people invited showed up to her son’s birthday party back in April of 2016.

All of that changed when four Arkansas State Troopers knocked on her door with the intention of granting her son, Toxey, surprise birthday wishes two days later.

Toxey said he was slightly scared when he first saw the officers at the door. But some of their first words — “Happy Birthday” — cleared that up quickly.

Their good wishes pushed his fear aside as they visited with him and helped him celebrate a happy birthday. They brought the little guy a cake and even let him sit in the patrol car.

“They showed me all the keys to do the sirens and the horn. I also got to see the cage with the dog in it,” Toxey said.

The troopers gave Toxey several gifts that included video games and a razor scooter. They even played a game of basketball with him.

“They had come to give me all that stuff and make up their own birthday party for me,” said Toxey. He admitted that it bought tears to his eyes.
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It will surely be a birthday he will remember for a long time. He hopes to be a trooper just like the ones that paid him a special visit for his 10th birthday.

For her part, Andrews had just one message for parents: “On Saturday night, I knew no one was coming, and I posted on Facebook just kind of like an outcry to parents. Just please if your kids get invited to birthdays, take them.”

This is one of many stories where law enforcement officers go above and beyond to make someone’s day. If you see someone in uniform, be sure to thank them for their service!

H/T TheBlaze

As Gang Dragged Bloodied Cop Into the Woods, He Hit 1 Button That Unleashed Hell

In a harrowing close call, a law enforcement officer was attacked by a gang of three thugs who stabbed him with a box cutter. They dragged him off in the direction of the nearby woods, and Sheriff’s Deputy Todd Frazier may well thought May 25, 2015, was going to be the last day of his life.

That is, until he got a hand free and released his K-9 companion to unleash hell on his attackers.

The Hancock County, Mississippi, sheriff’s deputy survived the attack thanks to his furry friend, Lucas, a black Belgian Malinois. When Frazier needed him most, he came through.

When he approached the vehicle, he was ambushed by two other men. It devolved to three against one very quickly — not odds anyone wants to play.

“I had three people on me and I’m not a very big man, and they basically whipped my butt,” Frazier told the newspaper.

The attackers reportedly told Frazier that they were going to kill him, and started dragging him off in the direction of the woods.

Frazier was able to get one hand free, but he didn’t reach for any of his defensive tools. He went right for his friend.

“I had a button on my belt that I wear, and when I hit the button Lucas jumped out of the car and attacked all three of them and they ran away,” Frazier said. “That’s why he’s my hero.”

Apparently, three-to-one odds don’t apply when you’re a hero police dog.

Frazier knew that his canine buddy wasn’t going to let him down. Lucas knew something was wrong even before he was released, and he was gearing up for the fight of his life in the car.

“He knew. I could hear him coming. I couldn’t see anything because the blood was all in my eyes, but I could hear him coming, growling and making these sounds … he sounded like a wolf,” Frazier told a group of students as he recounted the story for a group of children in August, 2015. “I thought, ‘Now he’s gonna get you.’”

Lucas sent those thugs packing.

He definitely earned his kibble that night.

“He would put his life on the line for me,” Frazier said the students. “He is a deputy. I would die for him too.”

H/T Tribunist

25 Years After She Went Missing, Cops Finally Get A Call From Her Brother. Breaks Open Case

There are far too many cases of children gone missing. Often times they are never found, but every now and then, after endless hours of searching and years gone by, a new clue comes to the surface that just may lead to some answers surrounding the disappearance.

Martha Jean Stewart went missing in November of 1985, and like most similar cases, her family made it their life mission to find the girl. Her mother, father, and brother, along with the Florida community spent countless hours searching for the seventh-grade girl. Martha, who was described as short for her age, blonde and feisty, wasn’t much different from her classmates.

Martha’s family struggled with money like some families do, and her parents fought more often than not. During these times, Martha and her brother David had sought solace in one another.

Thanksgiving Day of 1985 was one of the days that Martha and David’s parents got into a major fight. After their mother burned the Thanksgiving turkey, their father raged with anger which led the siblings to flee from the home for some peace and quiet. They headed to a nearby abandoned college where they often spent time. The building of what used to be Florida Memorial College had broken windows, graffiti and debris covering the floors, but it was an escape for David and Martha and less stressful than being in their own home.

The next part of the story is a mystery. According to 15-year-old David, the two siblings had split up to explore the building, but when he went looking for Martha, he couldn’t find her anywhere. It was dark by the time he gave up looking and headed home. As soon as he told his parents that Martha had disappeared, they called the cops and set up a search party.

The only conclusion that Martha’s mother could come up with was that her daughter was kidnapped. Both Martha and her abductor were never found and the mystery of Martha’s case is still known as the county’s longest-running missing person investigation.

Twenty-five years later, some new information came to the surface when David showed up at the St. Johns County Sheriff’s Office. Now, at 38-years-old, David confessed that he had witnessed what happened to his younger sister the day she went missing, but he had been afraid of sharing it, which made him hold onto a terrible secret for several years.

As Martha’s folder was reopened in front of him, David told the detective the true story. Prior to their escape to the abandoned college building, they had gone to a convenience store to get candy. Once they got to the building, Martha demanded more money from David, but he refused, having already given her $20. Taken over by rage, Martha punched her brother in the face. In response to his sister’s physical attack, David pushed her and before he could catch her, she stumbled backward and fell, hitting her head on a rusty metal spike, dying instantly. After crying for help to no avail, David used an old sign to dig a shallow grave, where he buried his sister.

While David swears by his confession, the remains have yet to be found and his mother has told detectives that David is lying and that he has always been known to make up stories. According to David, he kept the secret because he was afraid of his mother’s rage. He was afraid that if she found out that he accidentally killed his sister then his mother would kill him.

Considering there is no evidence of wrongdoing and based on David’s age at the time of the incident, the State Attorney’s Office has decided not to charge him with manslaughter. There is also a theory that the police did not spend the proper amount of time investigating the case and searching for clues on the campus, however; Martha’s mother still believes that her daughter is out there somewhere.

State Passes New Law To Severely Punish Protestors Who Purposely Block Traffic

For several years now, America has been divided on the issue of race. While the Black Lives Matter camp wants police to change the way they deal with the public, the Blue Live Matter group believes that the police are doing the best they can. Neither side seems willing to listen to the other and reconcile their differences.

But the Black Lives Matter group continues to take things too far. While they protest every small action and take up signs and banners at every opportunity they can, they recently did something in Minnesota that the government is pushing back against.

And now that the Minnesota House made it clear they won’t tolerate this type of protest from the Black Lives Matter camp, the house hopes it strikes them where it hurts – their wallets.
On Monday, Minnesota’s house voted to stiffen financial penalties for the civil rights protestors who block traffic on the highway and other major roads. Because they’re stopping the flow of traffic and prevent people from getting to their jobs, the government is stepping in to squelch the protest.

The new punishment was put forth before the representatives as part of a public safety package. The new law makes blocking a highway a “gross misdemeanor” and will be punishable by up to a $3,000 fine or a year in jail, maximum. Let’s see if the protestors continue to block traffic after this action.

Although the state’s Democratic lawmakers and members of the resistance tried to block the vote, they miserably failed. It passed in a landslide 56-75.

One of the men who spearheaded the bill, GOP representative Tony Cornish supports the Blue Live Matter group. In his official legislative photo, you can see him sporting a lapel pin with a pair of handcuffs as a shout out to the brave men and women who protect and serve their communities.

Because Tony Cornish believes that local tax dollars should not be spent to break up groups of protestors. He claims that the government is losing money protecting itself and the citizens from the increasingly militant Black Lives Matter protestors.

“Cities and counties are forced to waste their tax dollars not only to protect property and remove and transport these lawbreakers, but to clean up the damage they create,” Cornish said.

Minnesota is not the only state suffering from increasing amounts of Black Lives Matter rallies. The numbers of these protestors keeps growing and has spiked since Donald Trump took office. Police officers in large southern cities like Miami, Austin, and Atlanta have had to deal with similar blockades. They’ve shut down major highways because protestors refuse to get out of the way.

Not only do these protestors make it inconvenient for the public to commute to work or get to important meetings, they also block emergency vehicles. This could lead to the death of someone in dire need of rescuing.

Minnesota did the right thing standing up against this barbaric practice of protesting.

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Video: Thug Hits Lady Cop, Gets Smug Grin Wiped Off His Face Seconds Later

Images that were taken from a video shot in a Florida McDonald’s (Photo Source: Facebook)
An incredible video is making its rounds across social media after a thug decided to harass the kids inside of a Florida McDonald’s. After a female officer arrived, things took a turn for the worse as the maniac then decided to punch the cop right in the face. Too bad for him, that smug grin he was wearing at the time would be wiped off his face for good just a few seconds later.

Although it’s unclear exactly what problem the man had with the children in McDonald’s, it was apparently so bad that it escalated to the point where there was a need for the people inside to call the police. Unfortunately for the thug, this meant that things were about to go very bad for him.

Before long, an officer arrived on the scene and merely tried to de-escalate the situation only to find that this man had no intention of complying. Of course, once patrons inside saw this, they decided to whip out their phones to record what happened next – and it’s a good thing they did.

As seen in the clip, the officer was holding the door open after telling the two-bit thug to come outside with her, but things didn’t go down so easy. After realizing that this man was looking to fight rather than follow orders, the cop whipped out her taser and ordered the punk to the ground.

Of course, just like everything else she said, this was ignored, but he quickly made things much worse. Showing just now non-compliant he was intent on being, the thug raised his fists as if he was going to fight the female officer. At about the one minute mark, the cop tried to physically escort the man outside – but things didn’t turn out as planned. Without warning, the thug cocked his arm back and punched the officer right in the face.

What happened in the next few moments has earned the officer quite a bit of praise on social media as she handled the situation with non-lethal force in a way that ensured that no one else would be victimized by this man. Although the thug was feeling pretty good about himself, it took the cop just a few short seconds to permanently wipe the grin off the punk’s face.

After being physically assaulted, the officer can be seen calmly removing the taser from her holster, pointing it at the thug, and squeezing the trigger. Just like that, the punk was shot in the groin area and dropped to the ground writhing in pain, but things were far from over.

Defiant until the bitter end, the punk took about 8 rounds of 5-second electric pulses to the crotch before finally obeying the officer’s demand to flip over and put his hands behind his back. Making sure not to be taken advantage of again, the cop then explained that they would sit there and wait, taser prongs still in the man’s crotch, until another officer arrived as backup to handcuff him.

This was perfectly done by the officer in every way. Although there are the typical liberal morons saying that she didn’t need to tase the man so many times, they’re quickly shot down by simple logic. Seeing how asking nicely didn’t work the first few times and only resulted in the officer getting punched in the face, it was time to take things to the next level.

This woman did everything right and is deserving of the praise she got – period. The left really needs to get their panties unbunched when it comes to police officers. After all, without law enforcement, they’d be the ones who were catching blows to the face.

Man Steps Off Bus And Sits Bags On Ground, Cop Becomes Sick When He Learns The Contents

A Gainesville, Florida, police officer garnered praise across the Internet for replacing a disabled, elderly man’s groceries after they were stolen.

The Gainesville Police Department shared the story on Facebook, explaining that Officer Franklin was called in reference to a theft.

Saleem Hasan, 74 years old, got off a bus and put his grocery bags on the ground. An unknown female walked past him and stole his groceries. Mr. Hasan has difficulty with mobility. The $85 of groceries was due to last him the whole month. Ofc. Franklin took it upon himself to go to the Publix where he purchased the groceries and see if they could help with the replacement.

They did and with the receipt Ofc. Franklin purchased all the same items and took them to Mr. Hasan. He was very appreciative. These are the efforts that our officers are doing on a regular basis that show the citizens how much we care.

The post quickly went viral, with many readers applauding Officer Franklin for helping Hasan get what he needed after his groceries were taken from him.
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“And this people is a real hero helping because it’s the right thing to do , i pray some of you can change your minds about the police, non of you neighbors have helped this old man bless his heart,” one reader commented on Mad World News’ Facebook page.

“Thank you officer. It may have only been $85 for what was taken, but it was all the food he would have had for the month! He would have gone hungry! I cannot see how someone can be so low to steal, especially from the elderly!!” another added.

Local readers thanked Franklin for his generosity on the police department’s Facebook page, with some even sharing their own stories of interactions with him.

“I always liked bumping into Officer Franklin when he came to the plaza where I worked. He is always pleasant and very respectful. My co worker and I usually had a conversation with him. Keep up the good work Officer!” one reader commented.

“I’m a former bus driver for RTS. My phone was stolen off of the bench at the station. Officer Franklin called me numerous of times to see if I had found it, or was it returned. Great officer if I may say so myself!!” another added.

“Proud to live in Gainesvile and count with a great Police Department!!! Great story and my respects to Officer Franklin, Awesome work that goes beyond the calls of duty. God Bless you and keep up the awesome work!!!” another reader wrote.

Sources: Gainesville Police Department/Facebook, Mad World News/Facebook / Photo credit: Gainesville Police Department/Facebook

VIDEO: State Trooper Walks up to Hand Driver Ticket… Is Horrified by What He Finds Waiting for Him

When State Trooper Patrick Ellis pulled over a speeding driver, the traffic stop started as any other, but its ending was completely unexpected.

Ellis wrote the driver, Michael Green, a ticket in his patrol car and walked back up to the stopped vehicle. What he saw when he returned to the driver changed everything.
The passenger next to Green was screaming hysterically, and Ellis quickly realized that Green was in trouble. The driver was hunched over the steering wheel, and he wasn’t moving or breathing, according to WXII in Greensboro.

The trooper quickly called for an ambulance. But Ellis knew he couldn’t just leave the man helpless until the emergency personnel responded, so he gave Green CPR until they arrived.
It turns out, Green had suffered a major heart attack right there on the side of the road. Ellis received word a few days later that Green was recovering in the hospital.

The quick-thinking and well-trained state trooper is now rightfully being hailed a hero because of his actions in saving Green’s life. He even received the Highway Patrol Samaritan Award for going above and beyond the call of duty to help someone in need.
“You always revert back to your training,” the trooper told WXII. “And at that point, I honestly didn’t know if what I was doing was the right thing, and it scared me and I was just as panicked as everyone else, but I knew I had to remain calm and keep the situation under control.”

Watch the video here:

Stories like this prove that cops are good people who want to help the community, debunking the current anti-cop rhetoric that seeks to paint these heroes as violent, power-hungry monsters.
This isn’t the first time we’ve seen a police officer go above and beyond to help someone in need — and it certainly won’t be the last.

H/T LittleThings

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Outback Workers Wish NOBODY Saw What They Wrote On Cops’ Receipt

Four Louisiana police officers were working their shifts as normal, and when it came time, they decided to go to Outback Steakhouse to grab a bite to eat for dinner. What they didn’t know was that as soon as they walked in the door, the manager and server took notice of their uniforms and planned to send them a message on their receipt.

The incident unfolded at an Outback in Slidell, where four on-duty local officers went in to grab some dinner, reported Fox8. Their meal was served as it should be, and there wasn’t really anything that stood out about the night until they received their receipt and were hit with a huge surprise.

They’re the sweetest guys,” said server Zoe Rao. “I enjoy waiting on them.”

Apparently, the officers are good customers at the location, which manager Arline Wood, an 18-year veteran of the company, took notice of. So, she and Rao devised a plan together, and when it came time for the officers to pay the $67 tab, they quickly realized it was on the house. Not only did the server and manager pick up their tab, they left them a heartfelt note on the ticket thanking them for their service.

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Be safe!” the note started at the very top of the receipt, before finishing their message to the officers at the bottom. “Thank y’all for y’all’s service! Enjoy y’all’s meal on us!”

In an effort to thank the two Outback employees, Slidell Police posted an image of the receipt to their Facebook page, and as you would imagine, it quickly went viral. However, that’s not what Wood or Rao wanted at all. In fact, when asked about it afterward, Wood said the publicity has been a little too much.

“I got a phone call early in the morning and I was like what are you talking about?” Wood recalled. “People were calling me and then we saw it on Facebook, then it’s on this one and that one, and we didn’t do it for this publicity, because Lord knows I don’t like all this publicity.”

The two generous employees now hope that their kind act will inspire others to do something to thank those who put their lives on the line daily to protect us. Oh, and for those wondering how the four officers reacted to Wood and Rao buying them a meal – they reportedly left a hefty tip to show their own gratitude.

Kudos to these women for providing an excellent example of how to thank our law enforcement, who volunteer to go out and face evil every day so that we don’t have to. This is the kind of thing we need to be seeing, rather than hearing about officers being denied service or otherwise being disrespected by people in service industries, because it’s acts of appreciation like this that remind them of why they do what they do.