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in the renowned Xtreme Body Armor series - the Xtreme Force (XTF).
The main reason for the change is to improve communication with other agencies because other Valley agencies often have different codes than Mesa, Detective Steve Berry said.
Before Mr. Rodriguez and six others overpowered workers at a maximum-security prison in South Texas in 2000, he had been serving a life sentence for paying a hit man $2,000 to kill his wife, Theresa Rodriguez, in 1992.
The Orange County Sheriff's Department promised today that any special reserve deputies caught using their badges and ID cards after reporting that the credentials had been lost or stolen will be arrested and charged with filing false police reports and being in possession of stolen property.
In just two hours, Phoenix police Sgt. Doug Hardin scanned more than 900 license plates, yet his hands rarely moved from the steering wheel of his unmarked pickup truck.
Waukegan, Ill., police shot and killed a man today after he struck an officer in the head with a hammer, police said.
TangoDown’s battle-tested grips are now available with a self-locking,
quick-detach attachment, featuring a Lock-Lever mount, making the grips
fast to mount onto a Mil-Std 1913 accessory rail.
Harley-Davidson Motor Company is planning some memorable events to celebrate 105 years of Harley-Davidson Police motorcycles August 26-31, including the first ever Harley-Davidson-sponsored Riding Skills Competition. Proceeds from the four-day event will benefit Concerns of Police Survivors.
Federal investigators are examining why a towing company that does business with the St. Louis Police Department allowed the chief's daughter Aimie Mokwa and an untold number of officers to take extended "test drives" of formerly impounded vehicles.
On Nov. 22, 1963, Det. Paul L. Bentley pulled a ligament in his ankle diving across rows of seats at the Texas Theatre to subdue Lee Harvey Oswald.