WATCH: Family Walks Outside to See a Cop Illegally Breaking Into Their Van

[7/16/17  JACK BURNS]  A Patterson police officer was caught red-handed rummaging through a citizen’s car and it was all caught on cell phone footage. The video has since gone viral as it clearly shows the cop callously breaking the law.

The owner of the vehicle, a Dodge Caravan, came out of the restaurant where he said he and his family were eating to confront the policeman who acted like he’d just been caught with his hand in the cookie jar.

The viral video which shows an unnamed Patterson, NJ officer rifling through the owner’s belongings is now making waves at the Passaic County Sheriff’s Office who is now investigating the matter. Predictably, they offer very few answers as to why one of their deputies would search a car and then evade questions when the car’s owner asked him what he was doing inside his vehicle.

When the video starts, a man can be seen walking towards the van. A man with a dark complexion, a pony tail, and dressed in casual clothing had lifted the vehicle’s back gate and was searching for something. After the owner confronted him, one could say things got a little testy.

“Yo. What is you doing? What is you in my van for?” the man screamed to the officer.

“I’ll tell you what, come here,” the officer responded with somewhat of a sheepish look on his face.

“I’m not going over there. I’m going to stay in the middle of the street,” the man stated.

“Come over here. Come here,” the officer demanded all the while walking back to his group of patrolmen.

“What is you in my car for when I’m sitting down, eating with my family,” the owner of the vehicle asked the officer.

The Man asked the officer how He Got Into The vehicle’s trunk. “It’s open. It’s wide open,” the officer stated.

“Still. Still. You’re not supposed to be in my van, sir,” the man declared.

“We had a lot of reports of guns in this van in this neighborhood,” the officer stated.

The Sheriff’s Office’s spokesman William Maer told reporters on Friday, “In an effort to assure an independent investigation of the circumstances around the search video, the Sheriff referred the matter to the Prosecutor’s office for a thorough and independent review.”

The prosecutor is now conducting its own investigation, apparently, into what the ACLU is now calling a criminal action on the part of the officer. However, a spokesman for the prosecutor’s office would neither confirm nor deny any such investigation is underway.

Ed Barocas is the legal director for the American Civil Liberties Union of New Jersey (ACLU). He told reporters, “This is incredibly troubling and disturbing…You have an individual who appears to be a law enforcement officer entering someone’s vehicle without permission and seemingly without any lawful authority. Not only is it improper, it’s a crime.”

Because the officer refused to answer any of the man’s questions, there’s reason to believe the search was unwarranted. Barocas called his actions “unprofessional” and stated, “We don’t know if it’s just an unlawful search which is bad enough itself or something more nefarious.”

In the comments section of the YouTube video, residents of Patterson stated their belief the officer may have been planting evidence in the man’s car. The apparent distrust some of the residents have may be based upon bad experiences many have experienced in dealing with Patterson police.

Many commented Paterson’s police force is corrupt and they routinely violate the citizenry’s civil rights afforded them by the U.S. Constitution. The Fourth Amendment states officers do not have the right to unreasonable searches and seizures, and if the Sheriff’s office and the prosecutor’s office concludes a crime has been committed by the officers involved, charges are likely to follow.

We, at TFTP, dug deeper for answers and may have stumbled upon something. In April, the Patterson Police Department bragged on Facebook about a drug bust of a couple who were using their minivan and their apartment to sell drugs.

The couple also has three children ages 3,4, and 6, a family similar to the description the man in the video gave of his family. It’s unclear if the two are related but news reports of the arrest stated the police had search warrants for both the van as well as the apartment.

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But until the police are more forthcoming in their discussions with the public as to the nature of the video, conspiracies of civil rights violations, unreasonable unwarranted searches, and allegations of criminal activity on the part of Patterson police will continue to abound. The public has a right to know more.

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80 Strangers Form A Human Chain To Rescue A Drowning Family

It took quick thinking and a strong grip, but 80 people managed to rally together to save the lives of 9 struggling in the powerful tide at Panama City Beach in Florida.

A strong riptide trapped six family members and three other swimmers in its swift current on July 8, 2017. When they heard their cries for help, 80 strangers on the beach linked hands and formed a long human chain stretching from the shore into the water up to their necks to rescue the drowning swimmers.

Roberta Ursrey was swimming in the water at the beach with her husband, mother, newphews and sons when she decided to return to shore. The Panama City News Herald reports that when Ursrey turned back, they seemed farther out than before – that’s when she heard their screams.

Despite several warnings, Ursrey and her family swam out to the drowning children. The rip current was much stronger than they anticipated and soon, the whole family was swimming for their lives.

“I honestly thought I was going to lose my family that day,” Ursrey told the News Herald. “It was like, ‘Oh God, this is how I’m going.’ ”

Thankfully, this was not how Ursrey and her family would spend their last moments on Earth. While a human chain began to from on shore, Jessica Simmons and her husband raced into the water with a discarded boogie board.

Knowing that she was a strong swimmer, Simmons paddled out to the exhausted swimmers as the human chain stretched out beside her, 100 yards into the rough water.

“These people are not drowning today,” Simmons recalled telling herself. “It’s not happening. We’re going to get them out.”

One-by-one Simmons and her husband passed the exhausted swimmers to the members of the human chain, who guided the victims safely back to shore.

Ursrey’s mother was delivered to shore unconscious, having suffered a heart attack while struggling to remain afloat. Thankfully, she was revived and is now recovering in the hospital.

“I am so grateful,” Ursrey said. “These people were God’s angels that were in the right place at the right time. I owe my life and my family’s life to them. Without them, we wouldn’t be here.”

The Ursrey family has set up a GoFundMe account to help cover the cost of hospital and animal expenses.

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Photo: Acorn woodpeckers are a lesson in unique family dynamics

Our photo of the day highlights the complicated social systems of these acorn-hoarding beauties.

As it turns out, acorn woodpeckers (Melanerpes formicivorus) are not your ordinary woodpeckers. Photographer Mark Heatherington, who took this photo in Oregon’s Cascade Mountains, writes: I witnessed these two adult females and another adult male feeding the young. I found this odd until I researched their breeding behavior.

From the Cornell University Lab of Ornithology: Acorn Woodpeckers are very unusual woodpeckers that live in large groups, hoard acorns, and breed cooperatively…. The Acorn Woodpecker has a very complicated social system. Family groups hold territories, and young woodpeckers stay with their parents for several years and help the parents raise more young. Several different individuals of each sex may breed within one family, with up to seven breeding males and three breeding females in one group.

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Best summer family events in Dallas and Ft. Worth

Summer is the time of family fun in Dallas-Ft. Worth.

This area is already a haven for families, and there will be a plethora of family-friendly events that will take place throughout the area. So without further ado, here are the best free summer family events that will be fun for the whole family in the Metroplex.

Greek Food Festival
Sept. 22-24 @ Various Times
Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church — 13555 Hillcrest Rd., Dallas, TX 75240
(972) 233-4880

Who doesn’t love Greek food? That’s what you and the family will have the opportunity to dine on at the Greek Food Festival. This awesome event at the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church will showcase not only Greek cuisine but the culture as well. This will be a great way to end a perfect summer in Dallas.

Rubber Stamp & Paper Arts Festival
July 15 & 16
Grapevine Convention Center — 1209 S. Main St., Grapevine, TX 76051
(817) 410-3459

This event may seem like it will be a bore. There is something about this traveling festival, however, that is captivating to the whole family. The Rubber Stamp & Paper Arts Festival is a traveling festival that will make a two-day stop in Grapevine, showcasing some fascinating rubber stamps and paper arts that will grab the family’s full attention.

Highland Village Balloon Festival
Aug. 18-20 @  Various Times
Unity Park — 2200 Briarhill Blvd., Highland Village, TX 75077
(972) 317-7430

Seeing hot air balloons dominate the sky is one of the best sights of the summer. That scene can be best experienced in Highland Village at the town’s annual Balloon Festival, which will feature balloons that will move the crowd below. This is a great family event that should be on every family’s list in North Texas.

North Texas Fair and Rodeo
Aug. 18-26 @ Various Times
North Texas State Fairgrounds — 2217 N. Carroll Blvd., Denton, TX 76201
(940) 387-2632

The fair will be a great way to celebrate the end of summer for school kids. The North Texas Fair and Rodeo will be a weeklong celebration of everything North Texas. From rides to games, to live music and livestock, the North Texas Fair will be a wonderful way to show off the best of a North Texas summer.  


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