Drone Gun

From Mashable:

According to the Federal Aviation Administration, fitting a drone with any sort of weapon is illegal. A former drone regulator at the FAA, Jim Williams, said in 2013 that there are rules in place “that would prohibit weapons from being installed on a civil aircraft.”

It’s not the first time we’ve seen a non-military drone equipped with a gun, but previous videos turned out to be hoaxes. In 2012, a video that purported to show a gun-equipped quadcopter drone turned out to be a viral marketing video for a Call of Duty game.

Arizona officer ‘illegally’ enters woman’s home, arrests her while she is naked

The cop retired without charges filed against him:

A woman handcuffed naked by a Chandler, Arizona police officer who entered her home illegally is planning to file a lawsuit against the city.

“I felt helpless. I felt violated. And honestly, I felt molested,” said Esmeralda Rossi.

Chandler Police launched an internal investigation after the incident. One of the officers involved retired in the middle of that investigation.

Police arrived at Rossi’s home after receiving a call about an argument between her and her estranged husband.

“I was in the shower,” Rossi said. “My daughter came to the shower and said there are two officers at the door. So I just grabbed a towel.”

When she answered the door, there were two Chandler Police officers. One of those officers was Doug Rose.

Rossi said Rose became very aggressive and she told him to wait at the door so she could go get a cell phone.

“It made me very uncomfortable,” Rossi said. “So I closed the door. I turn to go into my living room, and I probably get about five steps in; and all of a sudden, I just hear boots running in after me, telling me stop or I’ll arrest you.”

Man Attempts to Rob Gas Station

And he cuts in front of a former marine and firefighter:

MIDLOTHIAN — A Mansfield firefighter and former Marine taking down an armed robber with his bare hands was caught on camera at a Midlothian gas station. And now, Daniel Gaskey is being hailed as a hero.

The robbery took place June 26 at the Exxon Oasis Food Store on 9th Street in Midlothian, according to Midlothian Police Sgt. Nick Harp.

It started out as a regular day for Gaskey. “It was about 6:15 in the morning. I was on my way to work, stopped in here like I normally do before my shift and just getting some water or coffee, you know, just stuff to start the day,” Gaskey said.

Security video captured the incident, showing Gaskey standing at the counter getting ready to pay when a white male, wearing a black mask and red and black jacket, enters and shoves him aside.

“This guy walks in and gets up to me and, you know, and puts his hand on me and kind of moves me out of the way,” he said. “So I kind of step back and realize that he’s not paying attention to me; he just wanted me out of the way so he moves me and goes up to the cash register.”

Gaskey is seen in the video moving back, his hands in the air, apparently mistaking the man, identified by police as Dylan John Bearden, for an impatient customer. “Initially, I was just shocked that someone would be putting their hands on me,” Gaskey said.

“I glance over and realize he’s got a black hood or mask over his face, so immediately it’s obvious what his intentions are,” he continued.