Taraji P Henson and son Marcell Johnson

A police dashcam video seems to contradict actress Taraji P. Henson's claims that her son was racially profiled by police at USC.

The 40-minute video obtained by the Los Angeles Times shows that Glendale police followed proper procedure when Marcell Johnson was pulled over on Oct. 18.

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Jeffrey Williams

A 20-year-old black man is being held on $300,000 bond in the shooting of 2 police officers during a peaceful demonstration in Ferguson, MO., on Thursday, Mar. 12. The police officers were wounded in the face and shoulder. They were treated and released on the day of the shootings.

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Lil Wayne joint

UPDATE: Police confirm the call was a hoax. SWAT have searched the whole house and found no indication of any shooting, and are now leaving (because lunchtime). (via Miss Info)

Keep it moving. There's nothing to see here.

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Tammy Meyers

The manhunt is widening for a driver who shot a Las Vegas mom during a road rage incident last week. The Las Vegas Police Dept. released surveillance video of the gray or silver car believed to be driven by a man involved in the fatal shooting of Tammy Meyers, 44, on Thursday.

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Exclusive - Bobbi Kristina & Fiance Nick Gordon Catch A Flight From LAX

Roswell police found drugs during a 2nd search of Bobbi Kristina Brown's home -- a contradiction of earlier reports that no drugs were recovered after Bobbi was found unresponsive and face down in a tub full of water.

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Jermain Taylor

A Little Rock, Arkansas woman says her Martin Luther King holiday was marred by a drunken champion boxer who threatened to kill her entire family.

The NY Post reports middleweight boxing champion Jermain Taylor threatened to shoot Toya Smith's husband and their 5-, 3-, and 1-year-old children at a Martin Luther King Jr. Day parade on Monday.

Smith, 40, said she was watching the MLK parade with her family when Taylor stepped out of the crowd, showed her his championship belt and offered to take a picture with her son.

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Madison Turner Motorists with out-of-state tags have a lot more to worry about than just speeding tickets. They now have to worry about "eating while driving" tickets.

Madison Turner, a busy web developer from Alabama, had just left a McDonald's restaurant in Marietta on January 10.

He juggled a Double Quarter Pounder with Cheese in one hand while skillfully steering his car with the other.

Turner, 36, had just taken a bite out of his sandwich when he was pulled over by a Cobb County police officer.

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Reginald Hardy An enraged father grabbed his daughter's boyfriend and cut off the teen's dreadlocks with a knife after he caught them together in his apartment, WFMZ reports.

Reginald Hardy was arrested and charged with aggravated assault and making terroristic threats after he caught the 19-year-old man in his apartment with his 17-year-old daughter.

Hardy, 38, punched the teen in the mouth and threatened to shoot him if he tried to run.

"I'm a father and I'm looking out for my daughter. That's it," Hardy told 69 News.

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Bill de Blasio and Dante de Blasio

The executions of 2 uniformed police officers in Brooklyn has polarized the NYPD against NY Mayor Bill de Blasio.

A NY police union began calling for de Blasio to step down almost immediately after a deranged gang member executed 2 police officers on Saturday in the Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood of Brooklyn.

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Jeezy on private jet

All charges have been dismissed against rap tycoon Young Jeezy in Orange County, CA. The rapper, whose real name is Jay Jenkins, was arrested along with his entourage on August 24 after a police search of his tour bus turned up an unlicensed AK-47. After spending a week in jail, Jeezy was released on $1 million bond. The court refunded Jeezy's $1 million cash bond minus the bondsman fees.

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Tamir Rice

More details have emerged about the Cleveland cop who shot 12-year-old Tamir Rice to death at a playground.

Timothy Loehmann resigned from a smaller Ohio police force in 2012 when he was found to be incompetent, "weepy" and "distracted" prior to a firearm qualification session, Gawker.com reports.

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Eric Holder

Outgoing Attorney General of the United States, Eric Holder, announced a federal investigation into possible civil rights violations by the NYPD in the death of Eric Garner. A NY grand jury on Wednesday declined to indict the police officer who put Garner, an asthmatic, in a lethal choke hold.

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Tamir Rice

A 12-year-old Cleveland boy died one day after he was shot by a police officer who responded to a call about a boy pointing a gun at a playground. The man who called 911 told the dispatcher that the gun was "probably fake" and it was scaring everyone. But the dispatcher did not pass that information on to responding officers.

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Yung Berg

Reality show producer Mona Scott-Young is batting 100 when it comes to her reality show actors getting arrested for felonious acts. Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood star Yung Berg was arrested in New York on Tuesday. He was charged with a assaulting a girlfriend.

By sheer coincidence, Berg and his LHHH cast mates are in NY filming the reunion show. How convenient.

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