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<p>Officer Jim Morrissy (Photo: Oak Forest Police Department)</p>

Illinois Officer Dies After Cruiser Crash

March 18, 2014
"Officer Morrissy was responding to assist another officer on a domestic situation and was attempting to turn left off of 160th Street onto Cicero Avenue when another vehicle traveling south on Cicero Avenue struck the squad car in the driver's side," according to a statement from the Oak Forest police department.
<p>Lafayette County (Ark.) Chief Deputy Pete Richardson (Photo: Lafayette County Sheriff&#39;s Office)</p>

Ark. Chief Deputy Killed in Wreck, Charges Filed

March 18, 2014
A homeless man has been charged with second-degree murder for causing the death of Lafayette County (Ark.) Chief Deputy Sheriff Allen Ray “Pete” Richardson on Monday afternoon in a three-vehicle accident on U.S. 82 west of Lewisville.
<p>Nicholas Teausant (Photo: Facebook)</p>

Muslim Guardsman Accused of Planning to Bomb L.A. Subway

March 18, 2014
Nicholas Teausant, 20, of Acampo, who allegedly had discussed plans to bomb the subway in Los Angeles around New Year's Day, was taken into custody in Blaine, Wash., after arriving by bus and an Amtrak train from Lodi.
<p>Photo: Department of Homeland Security</p>

Border Patrol Finds $650,000 of Drugs in Truck Tires

March 17, 2014
Yesterday, El Centro Sector Border Patrol agents arrested a suspected narcotics smuggler and seized more than 57 pounds of black tar heroin and 11 pounds of methamphetamine. The narcotics were concealed in all four tires of a truck.

Video: Man Rescues Officer From Fiery Crash

March 17, 2014
Reserve officer Paul Dial was on patrol late Wednesday night when his squad car was hit by an SUV. He was trapped inside when the squad burst into flames.
<p>Sgt. Keith McNeill. Photo: Baltimore PD</p>

Baltimore Officer Shot, Suspect Surrenders

March 17, 2014
The man wanted by police in the shooting of an officer in east Baltimore Friday evening turned himself in Sunday. The off-duty officer was shot around 7 p.m. Friday while running errands.

Partiers Attack Police in Amherst, Mass.

March 17, 2014
Last weekend in the college town of Amherst, Mass., a pre-St. Patrick's Day rite that drew more than 4,000 people degenerated into violent confrontations with police officers, who donned riot helmets and used pepper spray to break up crowds that lobbed beer bottles, snowballs, and fireworks.
<p>Photo: NLEOMF</p>

Ariz. Officers Receive NLEOMF Officer of the Month Award

March 14, 2014
For preventing a shooting victim from bleeding out, Officers Ratko Aleksis and Stephen Neff of the Tempe (Ariz.) Police Department have been named as the recipients of the NLEOMF Officer of the Month Award for March 2014.

Arbiter Allows Pittsburgh Police to Reside Outside City Limits

March 14, 2014
For the first time in more than a century, Pittsburgh police officers will not have to live in the city where they work, according to a draft arbitration award announced Thursday.
<p>Photo: Facebook</p>

Crash Kills Off-Duty Chicago Officer

March 14, 2014
Chicago Police Officer David Harris, 42, was headed home after finishing a late shift on a special team tasked with patrolling violent areas when a white van, speeding away from police in Calumet Park, slammed into his black Lexus and pushed it against a light pole.
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