Skip to content

Crimes Committed by Cops In The Last 24 hrs – Record

paul pon raj

Last Update – 19th March 2023

Manipur Cop Suspended for Assaulting Physically Challenged Man.

Police Sub-Inspector Th Bungbung of Irilbung police station in Imphal, Manipur has been suspended for allegedly thrashing a physically challenged man, Md Abdul Hakim, who sought justice over a land mortgage case. Hakim had lodged a complaint with the police station but was assaulted by the SI instead.

The suspension was issued by SP Ksh Shivakanta Singh, who also stated that disciplinary proceedings are being contemplated against Bungbung for his “grave misconduct and dereliction of duty.”

Hakim had mortgaged a piece of land to a person 18 years ago to pay for his medical treatment expenses and had sought a refund recently but was refused by the man’s son.



DOJ Report Reveals Louisville Police Officer Unleashed Dog on Black Teen

DOJ report reveals a Louisville police officer unleashed a dog on a 14-year-old Black child who was lying on the ground and not resisting during a search for a home invasion suspect.

The incident resulted in severe injuries and the hospitalization of the teenager.

The findings are part of the DOJ’s two-year investigation into the Louisville Metro Police Department and the Louisville/Jefferson County Metro Government.

The report also found a pattern of misconduct, excessive use of force, and discrimination in the department and government agencies.


20-year-old Youth from MP Allegedly Killed in Police Encounter in Agra, FIR Ordered Against Cops


Alibag Engineer Writes to Raigad SP After Police Ignore Her Rape FIR

A civil engineer from Alibag has written to the Raigad superintendent of police about the non-cooperation of several police stations with regard to her rape FIR.

The victim has alleged that Kharghar police and Panvel City police stations were uncooperative and wasted a lot of her time. She has also accused an MIDC regional officer of rape, who had assured to marry her but did not keep his promise.

The victim alleged that the investigating police officer had tea and snacks at the accused’s house. Activist Sanchu Menon has suggested an in-camera probe of crime spots, while visiting the accused’s residence and office, involving politicians and government officials to maintain the sanctity of the investigation.

Raigad SP Somnath Gharge has promised to look into the victim’s complaint. The accused has been booked under IPC and under the Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, 1989.


Police Personnel Suspended for Taking Undertrial Prisoner to Shopping Mall in Lucknow

Four police personnel, including a sub-inspector and three constables, have been suspended in Lucknow for allegedly taking an undertrial prisoner to a shopping mall.

The accused prisoner had been arrested under the Arms Act and sent to jail in June last year, and was allowed to visit a government hospital for a medical examination on March 7.

However, while returning from the hospital, the police personnel took him to a shopping mall, according to officials. A video of the undertrial prisoner at the mall went viral on social media, leading to a probe against the accused police personnel.


Black Family in Tennessee Has Children Taken by CPS After Traffic Stop for Tinted Windows and Cannabis Possession

A Black family from Georgia is fighting to get their five children back from the state of Tennessee after they were reportedly stopped for tinted windows and arrested for possessing a small amount of cannabis.

Bianca Clayborne and Deonte Williams were traveling to a funeral in Chicago on February 17th when Tennessee Highway Patrol officers pulled them over and charged Williams with a misdemeanor, and gave Clayborne a citation. Six hours later, Clayborne reportedly had her five children taken from her and placed into state custody, after the state Department of Children’s Services sought and obtained an emergency order from a judge.

The state has reportedly accused the family of putting their kids in danger. The family’s lawyer called their ordeal “shocking to the conscience.”

The Department of Children’s Services refused to comment on the case due to state anonymity laws but stated that the Coffee County judge was responsible for the decision to put Williams’ and Clayborne’s kids in state custody.

Tennessee has been recognized as having one of the most troubled foster care systems in the country, and lawmakers have criticized the justice system for taking children away from their families over a misdemeanor charge.