Bodycam Footage of Hallucinating Man Armed With Knife Getting Shot by NYPD Cops in Queens

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Queens, New York City — The NYPD released body-worn camera footage from an officer-involved shooting that occurred on January 8 2021 in the confines of the 104th Precinct. Police Officer Stephen Sheehan, assigned to patrol in the 104th Precinct and attired in uniform, discharged a total of two shots from his Glock Model 19 service firearm during a confrontation with an armed subject, later identified as Luis Padilla, a 41-year-old male. Padilla was armed with an Ozark Trail outdoor equipment knife with a 5½ inch blade during the incident. The knife was recovered at the scene of the incident during the investigation. Police Officer Ryan McMahon, assigned to patrol in the 104th Precinct and attired in uniform, discharged his Taser X26P conducted electrical weapon at Padilla, striking him during the course of this incident.

On Friday, January 8, 2021, at approximately 6:17 PM, an individual called 9-1-1 and reported that Padilla was just released from Elmhurst General Hospital and was hallucinating. The individual then explained that Padilla was in possession of a machete and was destroying the basement. Police Officer Sheehan, Police Officer McMahon, Police Officer Steven Parsell, and Police Officer Liam Dale, arrived at the call for assistance a few minutes later. At the location, the officers were led to the basement, where they encountered Padilla. While the officers were speaking with Padilla, he lifted his shirt and pulled out a knife that was concealed on his right side. Police Officer McMahon discharged his taser at Padilla, striking him in the chest. Padilla then advanced toward Police Officer Dale, at which point, Police Officer Sheehan discharged two shots from his service weapon, striking Padilla in the upper and lower back. Police Officer McMahon discharged his taser a second time and Padilla was taken into custody. Padilla was removed by ambulance to Elmhurst General Hospital where he was treated for his injuries. He was arrested and indicted on one count of Criminal Possession of a Weapon in the Fourth Degree. The case is being prosecuted by the Queens District Attorney’s Office.

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Timestamps:
0:00​ – 911 Call
1:12​ – Bodycam: Officer McMahon, Officer Sheehan
7:31​ – Bodycam: Officer McMahon
11:57​ – Bodycam: Officer Dale
16:22​ – Bodycam: Officer Parsell

** (Disclaimer: This video content is intended for educational and informational purposes only) **

Author: rafael.nieves

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24 thoughts on “Bodycam Footage of Hallucinating Man Armed With Knife Getting Shot by NYPD Cops in Queens

  1. this one funny and sooo fucmed up, they light up this man for being on shoots or acid. That must have been so terrifying for the man hopefully he didn't die.. but rip if he did. But light him up dogs! If they felt in danger they are pussies.

  2. I don’t think they should of shot him and twice at that but what do I know it’s easy for me to judge from my bed Idk what I would have done in that situation cuss I wasn’t there but I think the taser was good enough like cmon man Tico’s not that dangerous look at him lol

  3. The cop that shot 2 rounds needs to be fired and jailed immediately. No need for a shooting when the guy is already on the ground being tasted and the other officer is literally saying "That's enough"…. yet, they kept tasing and shooting. It's kinda hard to be on the side of the cops when they abuse their power like this.

  4. the dirty secret of policing is that once you're in a context where a firearm has to be pulled out, then automatically the entire foundation of the initial stop has become irrelevant, millions of free-floating handguns in USA has made cops so jittery and afraid to die before their shift is over that they have to shoot first even when they are sometimes wrong,

  5. who has a job where they have to go to someone's house and they have to deal w people trippin' on drugs in a context where the very fact of the situation propels someone who's already unstable to swing a knife around? humans are like bears, unpredictable and sometimes deadly, despite how cute they were as cubs,

  6. 3:05 this is where you see the cops accessing the man’s house without consent, without arrest warrant or without search warrant!

    These cops never asked the occupant for approval / consent to enter the house.
    Imo this is already an illegal entry of the victims house!

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