VIDEO: Woman spotted ‘wielding knife’ in residential street arrested by armed cops

Armed police arrested a woman allegedly wielding a knife in Tottenham, north London. Officers with tasers ordered her to the ground, resulting in her arrest for possession of an offensive weapon.
Armed police arrested a woman allegedly wielding a knife in Tottenham, north London. Officers with tasers ordered her to the ground, resulting in her arrest for possession of an offensive weapon.
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A woman was arrested by armed cops after she was spotted allegedly wielding a knife in a residential street.

Officers with tasers swooped and ordered the lady to get on the floor.

Two cops aimed their stun guns at the suspect as they lay face down on the pavement.

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The drama happened just before 8pm last (15 May) night.

One of the police officers said: “We’ve got tasers, stay where you are.

“Get on the floor, get on the floor.”

He then adds: “Put your hands above your head.

“Put your hands on your side.

“Arms out to the side now.

“Arms out to your side.”

She was arrested on suspicion of possession of an offensive weapon.

No one was injured, as reported on Need To Know.

The suspect was taken into custody.

It happened in Cadoxton Avenue, Tottenham, north London, about two miles from the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

Local, Noel Plum said: “Great work by the police.”

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Denis Stoynov added: “Just another day at the office in Tottenham.”

Another joked: “Put your hands up, put your hands on your side.

“So up or side, can’t do both.”

A Tottenham Conservatives spokesperson said “A woman carrying a large machete arrested on Cadoxton Avenue.

“The violence on our streets is becoming relentless. It must be stopped and can be stopped.

“We urge Sadiq Khan to use his powers as head of the Met Police and make crime his number one priority.”

A Met Police spokesperson said: “Police were called to Cadoxton Avenue, N15, at 7.53pm on Wednesday, 15 May to reports of a woman with a knife.

“Officers attended. The woman was arrested on suspicion of possession of an offensive weapon.

“She has been taken into custody.

“There are no reported injuries.”

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