Tag: CHP

F the Police (Fresno People's Media / Facebook)

‘F*ck the Police, N**ga’: Mob Attacks CHP Officer in Vehicle

Approximately 40 people attacked a California Highway Patrol (CHP) vehicle as the officer inside of it attempted to pull over a suspected reckless driver in Fresno, California on Sunday afternoon. As they attacked the CHP car, the group hurled obscene and racist verbal attacks as well.

Go-kart pursuit (YouTube / Screenshot)

WATCH: High-Speed Go-Kart Chase on Oakland Freeway

An “unusual” video of an unidentified go-kart driver racing down the Interstate 880 in Oakland on Sunday has gone viral. Even more mysterious is who was driving the black SUV that was chasing behind the buggy, and whether it was a police vehicle.

Elephant Seal Crossing (California Hwy Patrol / Associated Press)

Why Did the Elephant Seal Cross the Road?

On Monday afternoon, an elephant seal weighing up to 1,000 pounds climbed out of San Pablo Bay in Sonoma County, then slid its way toward Highway 37, repeatedly trying to cross it before finally stopping on the shoulder.

CHP Pig (Facebook)

CHP Rescues Giant Sleeping Pig Using Social Media

A (not so) little piggy named June was rescued from the roadside when a California Highway Patrol (CHP) officer responded to a citizen’s call in Santa Rosa the morning after Thanksgiving and guided the sleeping giant out of danger.

Turkish police

Opposition Turkish Newspapers Dress Front Pages in Black After Police Storm HQ

Turkish newspapers Bugün and Millet have painted their front pages black in protest of a Wednesday morning police raid on their offices, as well as the offices of Bugün TV and Kanaltürk. Police shut down the Kozi-Ipek media network and attacked journalists and protesters with tear gas and water cannons in what many claim is an abuse of government power.

AFP

Erdogan Accepts Turkish Prime Minister’s Resignation as All Minority Parties Reject Possible Coalition

urkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu has submitted his formal resignation in a procedural move necessary for Turkey to begin rebuilding its government after shocking election results that left the nation with no parliamentary ruling party. The majority AK Party to which Davutoğlu belongs must now attempt to form a coalition with at least one other minority party for Turkey’s Parliament to function.