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<p>K-9 Ike with his handler,&nbsp;Officer Jack Anderson. (Photo: Vancouver PD)</p>

Washington State K-9 Stabbed to Death by Wanted Suspect

September 3, 2015
A Vancouver Police Department spokeswoman said the suspect ran away and was tracked down hiding in bushes by K-9 officer Ike. The dog bit the suspect, but the man stabbed the dog.
<p>Monica Foy, a Sam Houston State University student, tweeted that the slain deputy had &quot;creepy perv eyes.&quot; (Photo: Harris County SO)</p>

Student Who Tweeted Texas Deputy Might Have "Deserved" Being Shot Arrested on Outstanding Warrant

September 3, 2015
Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office spokesman Brady Fitzgerald told the Houston Chronicle on Wednesday that they received a call stating that Foy had an outstanding warrant for assault causing bodily harm out of Harris County.
<p>The judge denied a motion to dismiss the charges against the Baltimore officers. (Photo: WJZ screen shot)</p>

6 Baltimore Officers to be Tried Separately in Freddie Gray Case

September 3, 2015
A circuit judge ruled Wednesday that the case against six Baltimore police officers charged in the arrest and death of Freddie Gray will go forward in separate trials, with Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn J. Mosby remaining at the helm of the prosecution.

Man Who Shot at Massachusetts Officer, Causing Patrol Car Crash, Still at Large

September 3, 2015
According to a police statement, an officer saw a red pickup truck coming in the opposite direction, and as the two cars met, the driver of the pickup - without provocation - opened fire on the Millis officer.
<p>Bullet holes in windshield of unmarked car. (Photo: Jefferson Parish SO)</p>

Louisiana Deputies Exchange Fire with Drug Suspects

September 3, 2015
When officers made eye contact with the individuals, deputies said they began to act suspiciously. As the officers drove around the block to approach the subjects through the open lot, they saw two of the males walking away from them on James Drive. The subjects turned into an alley between James Drive and Charleston, and the officers lost sight of them.

Aspiring Officers Choosing Other Professions Because of Anti-Police Sentiments

September 3, 2015
Police departments face a recruiting shortage amid a growing anti-cop mood that some fear has taken the pride out of peacekeeping and put targets on the backs of the men and women in blue.

Arby's Apologizes for Treatment of Officer at Florida Restaurant

September 3, 2015
Arby’s says it has apologized to Florida's Pembroke Pines Police Department after an employee at one of the fast-food chain's locations allegedly refused to serve one of the department's police officers.

Because of Attacks on Police, Texas Agency Implements Two Officers Per Car Policy

September 3, 2015
Roman Forest (Texas) Police Chief Stephen Carlisle has implemented a plan, effective immediately, to have two police officers per patrol unit. This is following an executive order from Mayor Chris Parr to have two man units on patrol.

Ohio Triple Homicide Suspect Located in New York Using Vigilant Solutions

September 3, 2015
Vigilant Solutions announced today that the Whitehall (Ohio) Police Department used its LEARN investigative software and commercial license plate reader (LPR) data to locate a vehicle associated with a triple homicide on August 19th, resulting in the arrest of a suspect on August 25th by the NYPD.
<p>Zachary Jacobson was arrested for stabbing a patrol car. (Photo: Maricopa County SO)</p>

Man Arrested for Stabbing Arizona Deputy's Patrol Car

September 3, 2015
The Maricopa County (Ariz.) Sheriff's Department arrested 20-year-old Zachary Jacobson for stabbing a marked Sheriff's vehicle in Fountain Hills on Wednesday.
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