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officers join Deepavali motorcycle rounding to do their duty






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Singapore — While more than 50 motorcyclists were enjoying their Deepavali rounding along Serangoon Road, the Traffic Police (TP) were reported having had a field day during their spot checks.

A three-minute video was uploaded by ROADs.sg on Thursday (Nov 4) with the first half showing the motorcyclists celebrating the festival of lights along Little India.

The video initially uploaded on TikTok, showed the motorcycles passing under lighted arches and public cheers.



Photo: FB screengrab/ROADs.sg


© The Independent Singapore
Photo: FB screengrab/ROADs.sg



Photo: FB screengrab/ROADs.sg


© The Independent Singapore
Photo: FB screengrab/ROADs.sg

After the clip, the page attached another footage taken from a motorcycle.

The rider was heard advising a woman pillion rider to capture the moment on camera as they passed through rows of

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Police shot and killed a man on a motorcycle who fired on officers as they tried to pull him over on a South Carolina road, authorities said.

Robert Allen Maness, 39, crashed his motorcycle after he was shot and died a short time later at the hospital, the Anderson County Coroner’s Office said.

The two deputies in the patrol car trying to pull Maness over were not hurt in the shooting around 11 p.m. Thursday, Anderson County Sheriff Chad McBride said.

McBride said it was like an ambush as Maness pulled out the gun without warning and while still driving when deputies turned on their blue lights.

“It happened so fast. When they made contact with him, he pretty much pulled out a gun and started firing into the patrol vehicle. By the grace of God, my two deputies are alive,” the sheriff said.

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Eddie Perez, a 25-year Miami Beach police veteran, motorcycle cop and fisherman of questionable talent, lost a two-month battle with COVID-19 on Thursday.

Perez, 55, was the fourth South Florida law enforcement officer to succumb to the disease in the past week. He leaves behind a wife and daughter. His birthday was Monday.

“Today we lost a truly beloved and hard-working member of the Miami Beach family,” Chief Richard Clements said in a statement. “Please pray for Eddie and his family.”

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“RIP Guajiro.

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On June 16 at around 1:30 a.m., officers clocked a motorcycle speeding on West Main Street. When police attempted to stop the motorcycle, the driver failed to stop and attempted to flee at a high rate of speed westbound on NC Highway 24-27, police said. Officers pursued the motorcycle into Mecklenburg County before the vehicle made its way back into Locust. The driver eventually traveled into the Midland area where Locust officers were joined by deputies from the Cabarrus County Sheriff’s Office.

The pursuit was ended due to safety concerns, but thanks to an investigation by deputies of the Stanly County Sheriff’s Office, the driver was identified and located. James Eaker of Lincolnton was taken into custody by Locust police without incident and

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