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POLICE say a rancher jumped on his horse and lassoed a man who was trying to steal a bicycle in the parking lot of a Walmart in Oregon, USA.

The Medford Mail Tribune reports 28-year-old Robert Borba was at the store getting dog food Friday when he heard a woman screaming that someone was trying to steal her bike.

The rancher says he quickly got his horse out of its trailer, grabbed a rope, rode over and lassoed the man and bicycle.

“I seen this fella trying to get up to speed on a bicycle,” said Borba, who was planning on helping brand cattle in California that afternoon. “I wasn’t going to catch him on foot. I just don’t run very fast.”

Eagle Point police Sgt. Darin May says officers arrived and found a lassoed man and bike on the ground in the parking lot.

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Police arrive to arrest the thief. Picture: Eagle Point Police Department/Facebook

“We’ve never had anyone lassoed and held until we got there,” May told the Mail Tribune. “That’s a first for me.”

It was a first for Borba too, as he had only ever used his lasso skills to rope in cattle before. “I use a rope every day, that’s how I make my living,” he said. “If it catches cattle pretty good, it catches a bandit pretty good.”

Police arrested Victorino Arellano-Sanchez, whom they described as a transient from the Seattle area, on a theft charge.

Arellano-Sanchez is jailed in Jackson County. Staff members at the jail say they don’t think he has an lawyer.

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A CARJACKER got a taste of his own medicine after eyewitnesses who saw him trying to steal a car from a woman and her child, rushed to stop him.

The incident, which was caught on video, happened after 4pm in the Appletree Market parking lot in San Diego.

The suspect, now identified as Ismael Hernandez, had managed to get into the driver’s seat and tried to drive the vehicle with the woman and young girl inside before hitting a pole, according to San Diego police.

But before Hernandez, 21, could drive off, eyewitnesses who saw him wasted no time in stopping him.

The bystanders pulled him out of the vehicle, and pushed him to the ground before police arrived at the scene.

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Aaron Leaf, who recorded the incident on his mobile phone, told ABC 10 News in the US: “I see this guy in the back seat choking out the driver and there were a couple of other people in the window grabbing the keys from him,” he said.

“I was trying to figure out what was happening and once I realised, I didn’t feel sorry for the guy at all.”

Leaf was inside a Mexican food restaurant at the time he heard screaming from the car.

Video of the terrifying incident shows Hernandez being dragged out of the car and taken to the ground by several men.

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He was repeatedly hit and kicked as he put his head on the ground.

When police arrived, he also tried to resist arrest, forcing witnesses to help hold him down in the parking lot.

Elais Velasquez, Hernandez’s brother, tried to shed light on why he tried to carjack the woman and her child.

He told ABC 10 News his brother has been struggling with alcohol and drugs and was just released from rehabilitation recently.

His father believes his son may have relapsed.

“He regrets and is sorry to the people he tried to harm,” said Hernandez’s father Sergio.

“My family is emotional and not doing well. We want no harm to the families.”

Hernandez was charged with attempted carjacking, attempted kidnapping and attempted auto theft.

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POLICE TASER A BLIND MAN IN ENGLAND. MAKES YOU WONDER WHO’S BLIND

(Reuters) – British police apologized on Wednesday for using a stun gun on a blind man after officers mistook his white cane for a samurai sword.

Officers were responding to “a number of reports that a man was walking through Chorley armed with a samurai sword”, when they confronted Colin Farmer, who was on his way to meet friends in a pub last Friday, in the northern English town.
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When Farmer, 61, did not respond to their calls to stop, one of the officers used his taser stun gun, which delivers a 50,000 volt shock.

“I certainly didn’t know they were police – and I certainly didn’t know they were shouting at me. I thought I was going to be attacked by some hooligans,” Farmer told the Lancashire Evening Post newspaper.

Despite pleading with the police and telling them he was blind, he was handcuffed.

“It then became apparent that this man was not the person we were looking for and officers attended to him straight away,” said Chief Superintendent Stuart Williams in a statement, adding the innocent man was taken to hospital for treatment.

“Lancashire Constabulary deeply regrets what has happened. We have clearly put this man through a traumatic experience and we are extremely sorry for that.”

Police later arrested a 27-year old man in connection with the sword reports but released him without charge.

The incident has now been referred to the independent police watchdog for further investigation.
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