Merritt wrote in a press release Wednesday, other officers on scene held Toney down and looked away as Detective Blake Kilpatrick punched and kicked his handcuffed client.
It was about four in the afternoon when Taylor got a phone call asking for his help in a search off Fairview Mountain in Polk County. When he found out it involved a friend, he got scared.
"I got the job done by being truthful, but also by letting him be unpredictable and not showing our cards," the departing U.N. ambassador tells NBC News.
When the officers turned on their blue lights, the suspects attempted to drive off but ended up fishtailing, jumping a curb and blowing two tires.
AMI worked 'to ensure that the woman did not publicize damaging allegations' about Trump ahead of the 2016 election.
Did you feel the earthquake in East Tennessee? If so, you're not alone. Officials say this quake had a broader reach compared to earthquakes out west.
Police say the man is suspected of using a fraudulent card at multiple locations in Cleveland, including the Gas n Go on Ocoee Crossing.
It started with an idea, then a text message at 4:30AM ET reading in part "I would love to help out and make Christmas a little easier this year for some families."
The case filed in Chancery Court in Nashville says Seamus Kelly asked for records related to the electric chair ahead of the Nov. 1 execution of Edmund Zagorski, only the second person to be electrocuted in Tennessee since 1960.
At the end of the meeting, District 7 Councilman Erskine Oglesby addressed the viral video of Toney's arrest that shows a Hamilton County detective punching and kicking Toney while he was in handcuffs.
The GBI says a Calhoun police officer was shot by a woman in parking lot of a gas station who refused to show identification while under suspicion for marijuana.
In ordering Daniels to pay $293,052.33, the judge also said he found that the president's lawyers claimed too many hours of work.
Juvenile and adult court leaders, school system officials as well as law enforcement are all on board with Sheriff Jim Hammond’s message.
Bus #60 was carrying middle school students and only three miles from school when it was stopped by the oncoming vehicle.
In a bittersweet moment for the TODAY family, the beloved co-host of the fourth hour announced she will leave the show next year to focus on other projects.