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04-05-13, 11:45 AM #1
Police corporal returning from Hawaiian vacation stops assault while in security line"When I turned around, I saw a woman with her arms flailing, screaming at this TSA agent." He turned back around, thinking security officers would handle the ruckus.They didn't at first.The disturbance turned into fisticuffs, TSA surveillance camera video revealed. The woman, who was trying to force her way through the security section for flight personnel, lit into the female TSA agent who was blocking her path
He saw that the agent's colleagues were far away from her, so he thought he'd better help out.He bounded over a waist-high security barrier and with a quick swoop and a professional takedown separated the assailant from the agent and immobilized her on the floor.Other TSA agents came running.In comfy shorts, T-shirt and ankle socks, Rogers didn't look much like an officer of the law. "I was in relaxed mode." His wallet and presumably his ID had already gone through the X-ray machine.But his immobilization posture over the suspect looked professional, and he quickly told agents who he was."I held up my hand and said, 'I'm a police officer; I'm a police officer,' because I was worried maybe they'd think I was assaulting somebody."They believed him.
An airport policeman pulled out a pair of cuffs, and Rogers helped him secure the suspect's wrists. She was arrested and charged with assault, CNN affiliate Hawaii News Now reported. She was homeless and had been wandering the airport.
04-09-13, 03:00 AM #2
I just saw this story on another forum I frequent and I was gonna post it.
Good job on the cop in thisAlpha Phi Sigma Alum - Alpha Delta Chapter
04-09-13, 08:58 AM #3
Well executed leap/takedown/situation control. Total Batman
On another note, I haven't seen that many fat people wearing shorts for an indoor job since the last Wii Bowling Scorekeeper convention.
Originally Posted by William Pitt (the Younger), Speech in the House of Commons (18 November, 1783)
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