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Police arrested a man seen chasing and assaulting a terrified woman in a neighborhood near downtown Las Vegas. The incident was captured on a homeowner's Ring doorbell camera and uploaded to YouTube.com by Las Vegas police.

In the video, Darnell Rodgers, 23, is seen chasing the crying woman who jumped out of a white sedan and ran to a house.

Rodgers caught up to the woman and threw her to the ground. "Stop, Darnell," she cried, as he kicked her in the abdomen, sending her tumbling down the steps. "Why would you do that?" he shouts before duck walking her back to the car.

While many viewers believed the woman was the victim of an abduction, police say it was a domestic violence incident.

Rodgers was charged with domestic battery charges. Police located the woman and she is safe.
 

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A homeowner in Wisconsin wants answers from FedEx after her security doorbell camera caught a FedEx driver cursing while mishandling a large package.

Andrea Wendorf told WISN she was at work when her security doorbell camera caught the FedEx driver having a meltdown while picking up a sofa she ordered from Wayfair.

The video footage shows the driver cursing while dragging the package through the snow and dropping the heavy package on the frozen asphalt.

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The FedEx driver cursed while speaking to a fellow employee on his cell phone as he struggled with the oversized package.

The 144-pound sofa had been delivered by FedEx twice, but the furniture was damaged both times.

"Now we're wondering if it was broken because of the way they treat the merchandise," Wendorf told WISN.

According to FedEx's guidelines on its website, the package is within its acceptable weight limits of 150 pounds.

Wendorf said she sent the video to FedEx but she received no response. So she took her complaint to the news media.