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This car is been driven by mate of mine "ROSS" he is in the Highway Patrol friend of mine he has been in the police force for some time now and he has retired now :( i will miss him as a Police Officer as i have know "ROSS" for a long time but i am going to apply for the Police for before this year is out so u may as very well see me in a Cop Car chasing u at some point :D ONE OF THE BEST POLICE OFFICERS I HAVE EVER HAD THE PLEASURE TO KNOW
2 Aug 2008
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run for your life ............ A troop is a military unit, originally a small force of cavalry, subordinate to a squadron and headed by the troop leader. Cavalry soldiers of private rank are called troopers (abbreviated Tpr., not troupers). Today, troop has different specific meanings in different armed forces.Generally, soldiers may be referred to as troops..In the Canadian Army, a Troop is the equivalent of a platoon within the Armoured, Engineer, and Signals branches. Two to four Troops are grouped under a squadron.In the United States Army, in the cavalry branch, a troop is the equivalent unit to the infantry company, commanded by a captain and consisting of 3 or 4 platoons, and subordinate to a squadron (battalion).Within the United States, State Police forces are often regionally divided into Troops. This usage came about from these organizations modeling themselves off the US Army, and especially the older cavalry units. For this same reason the State Police and Highway Patrol personnel of most states are known as "Trooper" rather than "Officer". California, all US territorial police forces (Guam, US Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, and the Northern Mariana Islands) and several other states use the "Officer" instead of "Trooper". Most state police and highway patrol forces make much more extensive use of an Army-style rank structure than do local law enforcement agencies.
13 Aug 2007
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California Highway Patrol officer Erick Manny had a portion of Interstate 5, over the Grapevine, renamed for him. He was killed during a high speed pursuit. The suspect was never caught.
22 Nov 2007
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California highway patrol cars drifting and racing at a local charity event.
5 Dec 2007
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Ferrari Crashes, Closes Part Of P.C.H. Save It Email It Print It (CBS) MALIBU, Calif. A section of Pacific Coast Highway was closed Tuesday after a single-vehicle car crash, officials said. Paramedics were sent to P.C.H. at Decker Road at 6:15 a.m., Los Angeles County Fire Department Inspector Ron Haralson said. By 8:35 a.m., one lane was reopened in each direction, according to California Highway Patrol Officer Francisco Villalobos. The vehicle, a Ferrari -- reportedly worth between $600,000 and $1 million -- was badly damaged. One person suffered a minor injury and was treated at the scene.
13 Dec 2007
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Copyright2008 Hey folks! This is our first ballad and it means a lot to us. Recording and shooting it was sooo much fun as always! It gave us the opportunity to visit those beautiful places, but we gotta tell you, we were so busy shooting and trying to do things right that we couldn't really enjoy those spectacular views and sights. In fact we really "noticed" it later when editing the video at home : Special thanks to the Malibu Police Department and California Highway Patrol for their understanding and efforts to facilitate this. We had to specially build a camera crane for the video, which opened a whole new world of angles and perspectives. Man, we love those bird's eye shots from above. We really needed an extra hand, someone to operate our camera jib and thanks to our friend Georgy Slavchev *******youtube****/user/geoslav who was gracious enough to take a day off of his busy schedule, the piano shots became possible and so beautiful. Thank God, we safely completed those top-of-the-cliff scenes, which were shot right on the edge -- boy, it was scary looking down from up there. Also, Velly did great at the desert shots on this windy road wearing just a backless, chiffon summer dress in this chilly weather -- she was literally shaking after the shoot. Thanks y'all for your support and please drop a comment and rate before you take off.
1 Aug 2009
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Some celebs we think to be HOT right now, are on the way OUT. I’m not giving up their names yet, but here are some clues: the first is a spice for flavor, one is a city for romance and another is weapon for disaster. Celeb gossip is coming up next! Hi guys! Welcome to Get-the-Daily-dot-com. I’m Dana Ward here with all of the juiciest details on celebrity news. One of the most well-know socialites with celeb status is having trouble finding a new best friend. That’s right, Paris Hilton is the star of a new show – Paris Hilton’s my New B-F-F – and no one is showing-up for the castings. Just the other day, the New York auditions reportedly held only 40, yes four-zero- P-Hilton bestfriend wannabes. According to O-K mag, the variety of types was ridiculous, ranging from girly-girls in crystals to goth gals in leather. Only 20 potentials will end up living with Paris in a hot L-A home, only to findout who can withstand contest after contest and ultimately be able to say ‘Paris Hilton’s my New B-F-F.” Two L-A shopping hot-spots hang Victoria Beckham’s clothing line out to dry. Apparently, Posh failed to promote her D-V-B brand in-person at local boutiques, such as Kitson and Fred Segal. Plus, the popular stores add that her denim fashions just weren’t cutting it when it came to sales figures. Kitson’s owner went on the record just a month ago with a warning, saying – quote – We asked her P-R people so many times for her to appear but she didn’t. Celebrity lines are no different from an album or music tour. They have to be promoted to sell. – end quote. In previous months, Miss Vicky had been spotted ‘working it’ at other higher-end stores carrying D-V-B. She was a bit more promotion-prone back when she was under-contract with the popular Rock&Republic jean brand. And Britney Spears isn’t actually a train wreck these days, but the pop-princess caused a car wreck over the weekend. Brit-Brit reportedly rear-ended a car on an L-A freeway… while putting on makeup! Spears crashed her Mercedes going between 10 and 15 miles-per-hour, on the way to meet her mom for dinner. The collision involved 3-cars and a Cali Highway Patrol officer gave the Britster a quick sobriety test. The C-H-P says it’s standard to check drivers, especially at nighttime. However, Britney was the only driver tested. No injuries were reported at the scene, but the crashee now says his back is sore and he’s looking into seeing a chiropractor. Hopefully, it’s not going to be another lawsuit for Britney. That’s the latest in the celebrity world. Check back for more details on celeb gossip. From Get-the-Daily-dot-com, I’m Dana Ward.
21 Apr 2012
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ChiPs Season 2 on DVD June 3rd Created by Rick Rosner for NBC, CHiPs starred the trouble-prone “Ponch,” and the more level-headed Jon, as members of the California Highway Patrol – hence the name CHiPs. The show was the perfect mix of spectacular stunt car crashes and a showcase of the pair’s glamorous SoCal lifestyle. Many of the episodes were also marked by Ponch’s attempts to impress the ladies with his athletic prowess, only to fail, leaving Jon and everybody else around them with a hearty laugh. Erik Estrada’s role as “Ponch” was monumental as he was one of the first Latinos to play a policeman on the small screen. The cultural relevance of the show, the authentic 1970s nostalgia, and the action packed stunts have even inspired an all new feature film expected to be released in early 2009
26 Mar 2010
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CHiPs: The Complete Second Season on DVD June 3, 2008 Created by Rick Rosner for NBC, CHiPs starred the trouble-prone “Ponch,” and the more level-headed Jon, as members of the California Highway Patrol – hence the name CHiPs. The show was the perfect mix of spectacular stunt car crashes and a showcase of the pair’s glamorous SoCal lifestyle. Many of the episodes were also marked by Ponch’s attempts to impress the ladies with his athletic prowess, only to fail, leaving Jon and everybody else around them with a hearty laugh. Erik Estrada’s role as “Ponch” was monumental as he was one of the first Latinos to play a policeman on the small screen. The cultural relevance of the show, the authentic 1970s nostalgia, and the action packed stunts have even inspired an all new feature film expected to be released in early 2009.
18 Jun 2008
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CHiPs: The Complete Second Season on DVD June 3, 2008 Created by Rick Rosner for NBC, CHiPs starred the trouble-prone “Ponch,” and the more level-headed Jon, as members of the California Highway Patrol – hence the name CHiPs. The show was the perfect mix of spectacular stunt car crashes and a showcase of the pair’s glamorous SoCal lifestyle. Many of the episodes were also marked by Ponch’s attempts to impress the ladies with his athletic prowess, only to fail, leaving Jon and everybody else around them with a hearty laugh. Erik Estrada’s role as “Ponch” was monumental as he was one of the first Latinos to play a policeman on the small screen. The cultural relevance of the show, the authentic 1970s nostalgia, and the action packed stunts have even inspired an all new feature film expected to be released in early 2009.
18 Jun 2008
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CHiPs: The Complete Second Season on DVD June 3, 2008 Created by Rick Rosner for NBC, CHiPs starred the trouble-prone “Ponch,” and the more level-headed Jon, as members of the California Highway Patrol – hence the name CHiPs. The show was the perfect mix of spectacular stunt car crashes and a showcase of the pair’s glamorous SoCal lifestyle. Many of the episodes were also marked by Ponch’s attempts to impress the ladies with his athletic prowess, only to fail, leaving Jon and everybody else around them with a hearty laugh. Erik Estrada’s role as “Ponch” was monumental as he was one of the first Latinos to play a policeman on the small screen. The cultural relevance of the show, the authentic 1970s nostalgia, and the action packed stunts have even inspired an all new feature film expected to be released in early 2009.
18 Jun 2008
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ST. LUCIE COUNTY — Cindy Economou, last years county firefighter of the year who runs a nonprofit horse therapy program for emotionally and mentally challenged people, is the St. Lucie County firefighter accused of taking a Melbourne mans severed foot from an Interstate 95 crash scene a week ago. Fire District officials on Thursday called a hasty news conference to disclose a firefighter was under investigation for taking Karl Lamberts foot, but refused to identify the person, saying it was a veteran paramedic who trains cadaver dogs, which are used to follow the scent of decomposing human flesh. On Friday, Fire District officials released a letter dated Thursday to Economou placing her on administrative leave with pay due to an internal investigation of a call to I-95 mile marker No. 118 on September 19, 2008, which you responded, and allegations of inappropriate actions have been raised against you. Repeated attempts to reach Economou, a firefighter and paramedic since the early 1990s, were unsuccessful. Lambert, 46, hired attorney Ray Christian, who said it was his understanding Economou wanted the foot to help in dog training. Christian said Lambert is missing a portion of his left leg from six to eight inches below the knee and that the missing portion was returned to St. Marys Medical Center in West Palm Beach five days after the crash, on Sept. 24. Lambert still is in the hospital. The 19th through the 24th, he was not aware that somebody had absconded with his leg, Christian said. Christian suspects law enforcement officials started asking questions because body parts typically accompany patients to the hospital. So when they got to the hospital and he didnt have his leg, I think they started to backtrack and started looking to see what had happened, Christian said. Thats when they realized that someone had taken it. Christian said when the Florida Highway Patrol returned the leg, it was frozen and apparently couldnt be re-attached. He said only a doctor could determine whether it could have been re-attached if it arrived with Lambert, who was traveling to Fort Lauderdale to pick up flooring material for his brother-in-law at the time. My understanding, to be fair, is that (Economou) has not really hidden the fact that she has it, Christian said. Fire District spokeswoman Catherine Chaney said about 17 fire district personnel, including Battalion Chief Jim Hall and Deputy Chief Michael Bailey, responded to the crash near the Tradition exit. Neither Hall nor Bailey could be reached Friday. Chaney couldnt say whether any of these people knew Economou took the foot, citing the fire districts ongoing investigation. None of the other fire district members at the scene have been placed on administrative leave, she said. Andy Rebmann, whos been involved in search work and K-9 police dog training since 1972 and wrote Cadaver Dog Handbook, said that in training, cadaver dogs are introduced to the scent of decomposition. In some parts of the country, Rebmann said, the coroner can release bodily fluids or parts to qualified individuals. Some people want to donate their bodies for use in training dogs for human recovery. Donated placentas also can be used, he said. A firefighter taking a body part for cadaver dog training or other purposes, Rebmann said, would be unusual and also unethical ... unless it was released by the proper authorities. Economou runs Fully Involved Farms, which provides physically, emotionally and mentally challenged people an opportunity to experience horse riding at no cost to them.
19 Dec 2008
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"This is not a Hollywood production as can be readily seen." Thus begins one of the most infamous and shocking safety films ever made. Featuring graphic footage of real fatal car accidents, Signal 30 is the notoriously horrific gore-fest that was shown to unsuspecting high schoolers and driver's ed students for decades to "inform" them about teen car accidents. Presented by the Ohio State Highway Patrol, the film promotes automobile safety and safe driving by documenting the carnage of car road traffic accidents. Using sick graphic video clips as scare tactics, the extremely upsetting nature of this film urges drivers to be responsible, as explained by a deadpan and creepy narrator. Most often the victims who are shown are dead or horribly injured, and almost any viewer is scared straight. Signal 30 is a historically significant video that has often been imitated in popular culture. Of all the driver's ed videos, this film is the real thing; and it lives up to its reputation for making a stomach turn.
17 Sep 2009
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A man wanted for murder in Seminole leads highway patrol troopers on dangerous high speed chase.
4 Jan 2009
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Warning of graphic content. visit *******911copcrash***.cc if you wish to hear the full recording. SAN DIEGO – A harrowing 911 call made by a passenger in a fated Lexus that crashed seconds later and killed four people Aug. 28 was released Thursday by the California Highway Patrol. In the 50-second tape, crash victim Chris Lastrella begins by telling the dispatcher: “We're in a Lexus ... we're going north (state Route) 125 and our accelerator is stuck.” The dispatcher asks where they are passing, and Lastrella is heard asking someone in the car where they are. He exclaims: “We're going 120 (mph)! Mission Gorge! We're in trouble – we can't – there's no brakes, MissionGorge ... end freeway half mile.” The dispatcher asks if they can turn the car off. Lastrella doesn't answer and says repeatedly: “We are now approaching the intersection, we're approaching the intersection, we're approaching the intersection.” The last sounds heard on the tape are someone saying “hold on” and “pray.” Lastrella says: “Oh shoot ... oh ... oh” Then a woman screams. Killed in the crash were CHP officer Mark Saylor and his wife Cleofe who were both 45, their 13-year-old daughter Mahala, and Lastrella, 38, who was Cleofe Saylor's brother. All four lived in Chula Vista. A preliminary investigation into its cause has indicated the accelerator may have become entrapped by a rubber floor mat, sheriff's Sgt. Scott Hill said. The car was a loaner from Bob Baker Lexus El Cajon. Hill did not know if Saylor tried to shift the vehicle into neutral or turn it off – actions safety experts say may have been impossible if the car was experiencing a malfunction. The shut-off button on the car must be held for three seconds to turn the car off, experts said. Dave Ezratty, vice president of Bob Baker Lexus El Cajon, said Wednesday that the dealer was refraining from commenting until the investigation into the accident is completed. Investigators with the Nation Highway Safety Transportation Administration looked at the vehicle last week. Spokesman Ray Tyson said the agency got involved because of a 2007 recall involving after-market “all-weather” floor mats, including the Lexus ES 350. The mats could slip if not properly installed and entrap the gas pedal, causing sudden acceleration. The recall was intended to remedy the safety issue, Tyson said. Their investigation will determine whether there may be another safety defect that needs to be looked into, the spokesman said. The sedan was traveling north on state Route 125 at 6:30 p.m in Santee when it entered the intersection at Mission Gorge Road and hit the rear of a Ford Explorer. The speeding Lexus went over a curb and through a fence and hit an embankment before becoming airborne, officials said. The car hit the dirt in the San Diego River basin and rolled several times before bursting into flames. Officials with the Medical Examiner's office said all four died on impact of blunt force trauma. Mark Saylor was a 20-year-veteran with the CHP assigned to the San Diego Area Field Office on Pacific Highway. As part of his job, he conducted safety inspections on tow trucks, armored trucks and ambulances. Cleofe Saylor was a molecular biologist and senior research associate at Ambrax in La Jolla where she was involved in developing drug therapies for cancer and other diseases. Their daughter was about to start high school at Mater Dei Catholic High School in Chula Vista and was a soccer team captain. Chris Lastrella coached basketball and worked as an enrollment adviser at Ashford University in San Diego.
1 Oct 2009
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The Fuzz delivers every possible variety of road cop action and features criminal and cop characters that have to be seen to be believed. The packaging delivers laughs, great visuals and irresistible excitement. In this clip a highway patrol officer pulls over a suspected drunk driver and puts them through a sobriety test. The driver gets angry and attacks the officer.
18 Mar 2010
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