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Suspect gets Tased after taking an officer’s Taser

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Police arrested a man after he allegedly took one officer’s Taser and threatened officers and hospital security personnel with it.

Wichita Falls police arrested Heath Hansen, 38.

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According to a court affidavit, shortly after 1 a.m. Friday, police were dispatched to United Regional hospital for a disturbance between a patient and the hospital’s staff.

WFPD dispatchers told the officers Hansen was having hallucinations and refusing medical treatment. The hospital staff told the officers Hansen ripped his medical IV lines from his arm as he was being medically cleared before going to Red River Hospital for detoxification.

Hansen, according to the report, got off his bed and sat on a counter. After the officers and hospital security repeatedly asked him to get down, a WFPD officer approached in a non-aggressive manner asking Hanson to get off of the counter top, but Hansen ripped the Taser from the officer’s holster, and pointed it at the policeman. 

Hansen began pointing the Taser at hospital security, so police and security took cover outside of the exam room. As one WFPD officer left the room he drew his handgun, pointed at Hansen, and demanded he drop the Taser. Hansen reportedly pointed the Taser at another Wichita Falls police officer.

Officers noticed the stolen Taser was not turned on, and one drew his own Taser and fired it at Hansen. Even after being tased, Hanson struggled with officers until they finally subdued him, according to the report.

According to the Wichita County Jail inmate roster, Hansen  was charged with taking a weapon from an officer, four counts of aggravated assault against a public servant, and resisting arrest. His total bond was set at $112,000 and he remained in jail Saturday afternoon.

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City of Vallejo Releases New Information in Willie McCoy Death

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The city of Vallejo released new information Wednesday regarding the shooting death of a Black man in February of 2019.

New body camera footage shows the moments leading up to the death of local rapper Willie McCoy who had fallen asleep in the drive-thru of a Taco Bell.

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According to new reports, 55 bullets were fired by Vallejo officers, 38 of which struck him.

The police chief is calling for at least one officer to be fired. That officer opened fire “after” five of his colleagues were already shooting.

Officers claim McCoy had a gun in his lap. He was 20 years old.

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Husband of L.A. County DA Jackie Lacey facing multiple charges after pointing a gun at BLM protesters

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The husband of Los Angeles County Dist. Atty. Jackie Lacey is facing multiple misdemeanor charges in connection with a March incident in which he waved a gun at protesters outside his Granada Hills home, a law enforcement official told the Los Angeles Times.

The California attorney general’s office, which was investigating the matter due to the conflict of interest for local prosecutors, made the decision to bring charges earlier this week, according to the official, who spoke on the condition of anonymity due to the ongoing investigation.

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David Lacey is being charged with three counts of assault with a firearm, according to a charging document obtained by Politico.

The chaotic scene unfolded on March 2, when protesters affiliated with Black Lives Matter L.A. and other local organizations descended on Lacey’s Granada Hills home for a pre-dawn protest. Several of the demonstrators knocked on Lacey’s door, and her husband answered brandishing a handgun.

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Gary Patterson apologizes for repeating racial slur

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Head coach Gary Patterson issued an apology Tuesday on Twitter after several players walked out of practice the day before.

Patterson met with seniors and the leadership council Monday night about how to move forward as a team.

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In his tweet, Patterson said, “I apologize for the use of a word that, in any context, is unacceptable. I have always encouraged our players to do better and be better and I must live by the same standards.”

Senior center Kelton Hollins, who was present at the meeting with Patterson, said in a tweet the team’s leadership told Patterson the slur is unacceptable in any context.

Football players skip practice to protest Gary Patterson’s use of racial slur

Head coach Gary Patterson is expected to apologize tonight at a meeting with team leadership for his use of the N-word during Sunday’s practice, Chancellor Victor Boschini said in an email to TCU 360.

TCU head coach Gary Patterson observes practice. (Photo by Cristian ArguetaSoto.)

The matter became public Monday after multiple players took to social media to complain about his actions.

Boschini said Patterson, “did not use the word against any individual, or group for that matter, on the team.”

“He said it trying to ask the players not to use it anymore,” Boschini said. “He has since apologized for doing so in this manner and said it was a teachable moment for him and many others.”

Redshirt freshman linebacker Dylan Jordan tweeted Monday that Patterson used the slur while chastising Jordan during practice. His tweet prompted a series of back and forth tweets from players criticizing or defending Patterson.

According to Jordan’s tweet, Patterson confronted Jordan at practice regarding a social media post about his girlfriend on National Girlfriend Day.

Jordan tweeted that Patterson said Jordan should have asked for permission before making the post. Patterson then complained about Jordan’s use of a racial slur in the locker room, but in doing so, Patterson repeated the slur.

On Monday, Jordan also tweeted that several players refused to go to practice in protest of Patterson’s language. Patterson then came into the locker room to speak to the players and again said the word while explaining he was not using it to directly refer to Jordan.

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