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State Prisoner Release Program Stresses LAPD Resources

August 20, 2013
Since state officials implemented the prison measures in late 2011, the LAPD has had between 160 to 170 officers assigned full time to units responsible for keeping tabs on thousands of felons who are living in Los Angeles.

Video: NYPD Top Cop Defends Stop-and-Frisk

August 19, 2013
New York City Police Commissioner Ray Kelly appeared on several public affairs shows Sunday to defend the NYPD's stop-and-frisk policy, saying city crime rates would increase following a judge's ruling that the stops are unconstitutional.
<p>Photo of Rodney Long courtesy of Iowa State Patrol.</p>

Escaped Inmate Shoots Iowa Deputy, Manhunt Continues

August 19, 2013
An inmate who escaped from an Iowa prison's minimum-security lodge Friday shot a Taylor County Sheriff's deputy two days later and remains the target of a law enforcement manhunt.

Police: Teen Stole Jeep, Killed Family In Pursuit Crash

August 16, 2013
A teenager accused of killing six members of a Hidalgo County family Monday while fleeing from a state trooper in a stolen truck was out on bail for a separate crime at the time of the fatal wreck,.

Video: Ga. Troopers Pursue Baby Kidnapper

August 16, 2013
During the pursuit, Samantha Nicole Barrett attempted to ram a trooper's vehicle before crashing into an embankment a mile west of Interstate 75 in Lamar County.
<p>Photo of Philadelphia Sheriff Jewell Williams via agency website.</p>

FBI Raids Philadelphia Sheriff

August 16, 2013
The FBI raided the Philadelphia Sheriff's office Thursday and seized some of the office's computers, a source said. An FBI spokeswoman confirmed that it was at the office "performing normal law enforcement activities" but declined to offer specifics.
<p>Photo courtesy of Anniston PD.</p>

Ala. Cop Killer's Death Penalty Trial Set

August 15, 2013
A man accused of killing Anniston (Ala.) Police Officer Justin Sollohub faces the death penalty if convicted in a trial scheduled for next month.

N.J. Detectives Ambushed By Parolee Boyfriend

August 15, 2013
Two Trenton (N.J.) Police detectives were shot and critically wounded by the boyfriend of a domestic violence victim while following up during an ongoing investigation at a residence.
<p>Photo via <a href=&quot;http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Doritos.jpg&quot; target=&quot;_blank&quot;>Wikimedia</a>.</p>

Seattle Police To Hand Out Doritos at Hempfest

August 15, 2013
The bags will include educational information affixed to them and a label with a link to the agency's "Marijwhatnow" FAQ explaining that adults can possess up to an ounce of marijuana.
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N.J. Law Makes It Illegal to Threaten Police Dogs

August 15, 2013
New Jersey's Gov. Chris Christie signed into law a bill that makes it a crime to threaten a police K-9 being used by a law enforcement agency.
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