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Police Kill Suspect Wanted in Miss. Cop's Death

December 30, 2013
Authorities said Sunday that a man who was fatally shot by a Phoenix detective during a bank robbery had been the subject of a massive manhunt after killing one Mississippi police officer and wounding another following a bank robbery last week.

Digital Ally Awarded Statewide Contract With West Virginia

December 30, 2013
Digital Ally today announced that it has been awarded a "sole-source" contract with the state of West Virginia to supply in-car video systems and related equipment to the state's highway patrol department.
<p>Photo by Mark W. Clark</p>

Law Enforcement Fatalities Dip to Lowest Level in Six Decades

December 30, 2013
According to preliminary data compiled by the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund, 111 law enforcement officers were killed in the line of duty in 2013. This is an 8% decrease from 2012.
<p>Andrew Frey (Photo: Marion County Sheriff&#39;s Office)</p>

Police: Ore. Meth User Masturbates in Bar, Fights Off Officers

December 26, 2013
It took a TASER and more than a dozen officers on Sunday to finally subdue Andrew Frey inside Iggy's Bar & Grill on Portland Road Northeast, the Marion County Sheriff's Office said.
<p>Officer Kevin &quot;Gale&quot; Stauffer (Photo: Facebook)</p>

Miss. Officer Killed, Another Wounded During Robbery Response

December 26, 2013
Officer Kevin "Gale" Stauffer, 38, was killed during a robbery at BancorpSouth Monday. Officer Joseph Maher, 27, was injured and was at last check in critical condition, WAAY TV reports.
<p>Correctional Deputy Jeremy Meyst (Photo: Tulare County Sheriff&#39;s Department)</p>

California Dep. Killed in Prisoner Transport Van Crash

December 26, 2013
A Tulare County (Calif.) Sheriff's deputy was killed early Tuesday in a single-vehicle crash while he was transporting prisoners, the department reported.

Fla. Officers Gave Christmas Speeders Lottery Scratchers

December 26, 2013
By 1 p.m. Christmas Day, more than 30 scratch-off game tickets were handed out to speeders and other traffic violators in a bid to spread holiday cheer while keeping the roads safe, police say.

Oakland Chief Chases Carjacking Suspect

December 26, 2013
A man suddenly ran out of the SUV and away from the officers, police said. And that's when the 39-year-old chief and Officers Chris Eggers and John Romero began chasing the man on foot.

ATF Source: FBI Operation Led to Border Agent Terry's Murder

December 26, 2013
A federal agent who exposed the Justice Department’s flawed gun-trafficking investigation known as Operation Fast and Furious says the FBI played a key role in events leading to the 2010 murder near Nogales, Ariz., of U.S. Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry.

Video: Texas Officers Wounded, Suspect Killed in Christmas Shootout

December 26, 2013
A Mansfield, Texas, teen who led Grand Prairie police on a nearly 10-hour manhunt after shooting at an officer at a traffic stop early Wednesday morning was pronounced dead after he was shot while walking into a neighborhood Christmas afternoon, police said.
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