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    City's First Police K-9 Unit to Have Its Day

    City's First Police K-9 Unit to Have Its Day
    Latrobe, Pa. -- Anita Bigo always said if she ever owns another dog, she would name it Rocky. The Latrobe chiropractor, however, could never predict how much the next dog she purchased would cost or who she would be buying it for. Two days after Latrobe City Council approved a letter of agreement with the city's Police Department to establish a ...
    Published about 3 years ago | Rated +30
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    Feds take over local case of child pornography

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    State looks to get tougher on vehicular manslaughter

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    8 arrested during investigation into drug sales near Franklin High School

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    El Paso man pleads guilty to shooting La. trooper

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    Chicago CBP Officers Seize Unprecedented Number of Counterfeit Drivers Licenses

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    Gunmen kill supervisor of homicide investigators unit in Juárez

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    Video: Mass. officer heroic in fire rescue

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    Man extorted $130,000 with green card promises

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    Closing Time Shooting at 1st Ward Bar

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    Cop convicted of DWI After Wreck

    Cop convicted of DWI After Wreck
    HICKORY, N.C. -- Hickory Police Department Investigator Robert Falowski was convicted Thursday of driving while impaired. "I believe police officers are held to a higher standard than other people," said District Court Judge Deborah Brown of Iredell County during the sentencing. "You are expected not to go home after an accident and have a beer to claim you got drunk after ...
    Published about 3 years ago | Rated -17
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    Officers Riding for Those Who Can't

    Officers Riding for Those Who Can't
    Bergen County, N.J. -- The telephone call came in the middle of the night last year when three township police officers were away on a charity bicycle ride to honor cops who died in the line of duty. One of their own had been shot responding to an early morning gas station robbery. A bullet had grazed Officer Brian Worell, leaving ...
    Published about 3 years ago | Rated +11
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    Hi-Tech Device Helps Police Scan for Trouble

    Hi-Tech Device Helps Police Scan for Trouble
    Gloucester, Mass. has joined the ranks of municipalities whose police departments make use of cruiser-mounted hi-tech scanning systems that can gather data about motorists based solely on their license plates. "That will be 24/7 in use," Police Chief Michael Lane said Thursday after the department's new unit was installed. Automated License Plate Reader systems allow for the reading of more than ...
    Published about 3 years ago | Rated +6
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    Cocaine Found in UH Officer Killed in Crash

    The first University of Houston police officer to die in the line of duty had narcotics in her system when she wrecked her patrol car on a Christmas Eve call, university officials said. In a statement released Thursday, UH Police Chief Malcolm Davis said Harris County medical examiners found cocaine in officer Ann O'Donnell's system. O'Donnell, 24, struck a tree about ...
    Published about 3 years ago | Rated -24
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    Officers Learn to Bridge Gap with Community

    Officers Learn to Bridge Gap with Community
    GREENVILLE, Texas -- Officers with the Greenville Police Department and members of the City of Greenville administration spent some time this week learning new ways to communicate with the people they serve. The United States Department of Justice provided two days of training, designed to hone local officials' conflict resolution and mediation skills. Greenville Chief of Police Daniel J. Busken said ...
    Published about 3 years ago | Rated +1
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    Police Refuse to Return Baby Pig to Owner

    Police Refuse to Return Baby Pig to Owner
    A Pennsylvania man said police are refusing to tell him the whereabouts of his 10-week-old Vietnamese micro potbellied pig. Brian Maguire, 24, of Ridley Township said the 6-pound pig, Steve, got out of his yard last week and was picked up by local police, the Philadelphia Daily News reported Thursday. "He doesn't really have a neck, so he never had tags," ...
    Published about 3 years ago | Rated -3
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    German Polizei on patrol in Alabama

    German Polizei on patrol in Alabama
    Decatur, Ala. -- Four German police officers had just begun their first day with the Decatur Police Department and immediately noticed some differences between here and their home country. "It's much hotter, and the food is different," said Silvia Berte of Hamburg, a vegan at mealtime. "Everything's about meat." Officer Jim Archuletta of Decatur police agreed, saying that on a previous ...
    Published about 3 years ago | Rated +15
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    Laid-off Cops Start Turning in Badges

    Laid-off Cops Start Turning in Badges
    Bergen County, N.J.-- In the first step of what will amount to a 25 percent smaller police force by next week, about half of the 125 Paterson officers targeted for layoffs in this year's budget turned in their badges and weapons on Thursday, a police union official said. The layoffs were a controversial provision in the city's effort to wrestle what ...
    Published about 3 years ago | Rated -12
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    Forum Teaches Officers About Balanced, Restorative Justice

    Forum Teaches Officers About Balanced, Restorative Justice
    ST. THOMAS, Virgin Islands -- When N. Saleem Hylton was a kid, he watched his heroin-addicted brother commit crimes, serve time in jail and then commit the crimes again. The authorities, Hylton said, kept incarcerating his brother in hopes that he would change his ways. "At that time, there was no other alternative," Hylton told a dozen social workers, advocates for ...
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    Dutch Police officer killed

    Submitted by Dutch101 | Published about 3 years ago | Rated -2
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