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Idaho Sheriff's Deputies Arrest Two Women Who Reportedly Robbed Same Home Twice

July 18, 2008

Ada County, Idaho, sheriff's deputies have arrested two women who broke into the same north Ada County home, twice.

Fort Lauderdale Chief Reportedly Shot at By Wife

July 11, 2008

Eleanor Adderley, wife of the Fort Lauderdale police chief, shot in her husband's direction while he was lying in their bed, and then continued shooting as he ran out of their Plantation house, according to police.

Houston PD Arrests Suspects in Major Copper Theft that Knocked Out Local Phone Service

July 11, 2008

Houston police have arrested three men and are searching for a fourth accused of stealing copper telephone cables and temporarily knocking out phone service in parts of north Houston in recent months.

Propper International Introduces Defender Series Outerwear

July 10, 2008

Propper International has introduced a new line of law enforcement outerwear inspired by advanced technologies from both the military and high-end ski and mountain gear. The new, lightweight waterproof-breathable line, named Propper Defender Series, is designed to replace heavy and outdated law enforcement jackets with the latest in outerwear technology.

Illinois Man Uses Toddler as Shield Against Police TASER

July 10, 2008

With a Taser pointed at him, a LaPorte, Ill., man barricaded inside his home grabbed his 2-year-old daughter early Tuesday and used her as a shield.

Minnesota Reports Sharp Drop in Meth Abuse

July 6, 2008
The Minnesota Health Department is reporting a dramatic decline in methamphetamine use in the state.

Boise PD Goes Undercover on Dog Poop Patrol

July 5, 2008
Boise police tried to crack down on dog owners who flout the city's dog leash and poop pickup laws Tuesday, but an early-morning rain storm apparently kept many away from the parks.

Albuquerque Officer Placed on Leave Following Alleged Attack on News Photographer

July 4, 2008
An Albuquerque police officer who was captured on video attacking a KOB-TV news photographer has been placed on leave.

To Fight Terror, FBI May Begin Racial Profiling

July 3, 2008
The Justice Department is considering letting the FBI investigate Americans without any evidence of wrongdoing, relying instead on a terrorist profile that could single out Muslims, Arabs or other racial and ethnic groups.

Philadelphia Youth Pleads Guilty in Officers' Shooting

July 3, 2008
A 17-year-old pleaded guilty yesterday to attempted murder and related charges for shooting and wounding two Philadelphia narcotics officers trying to serve a search warrant at the East Frankford house in which he lived.

In addition to two counts of attempted murder, Donyea Phillips pleaded guilty to 10 counts of recklessly endangering another person for 10 officers who were on the raid but not shot, as well as six counts involving drugs or guns.
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