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Ind. Officer Handed Gun To Civilian To Kill Deer

July 3, 2013
A Richmond, Ind., man claims a police officer who responded to an accident involving a young deer handed his loaded gun to a civilian to euthanize the badly injured animal.

Video: Drunk Man TASERed at Ore. Airport

July 3, 2013
Port of Portland (Ore.) Police TASERed and arrested an intoxicated man at Oregon National Airport, after airline personnel told him he could not board the plane.

Police Commissioner Attacks LAPD Lawsuit Handling

July 3, 2013
Members of the Los Angeles Police Commission on Tuesday expressed concern and frustration over the findings of an audit that concluded the LAPD fails to take basic steps to curtail costly lawsuits filed by officers.
<p>Photo of Sgt. Chris Reyka courtesy of BSO.</p>

Fla. Sgt.'s Killing Probe Focuses on Dead Man

July 3, 2013
Newly uncovered evidence in the investigation of the killing of a Broward Sheriff's Office sergeant in 2007 points to a suspect who died in a shootout with police a month later, authorities said.
<p>Screenshot via WTMJ.</p>

Milwaukee Officer Sues TV Station for Defamation

July 3, 2013
A Milwaukee Police officer has sued NBC affiliate WTMJ for "defamation of professional reputation" after the station aired a story that showed him in a negative light even though he had done nothing wrong.
<p>Photo courtesy of Hood County SO.</p>

Texas SWAT Sgt. Remembered As Loving Father

July 3, 2013
Hood County (Texas) Sheriff's Sgt. Lance McLean's empathy, willingness to help and his mischievous sense of humor were remembered Tuesday as hundreds of people—including officers from around the state—filled Hico Tiger Stadium to pay their respects.
<p>Photo courtesy of&nbsp;<span>Jeff Eversoll.</span></p>

Bicycle Officer Wins Gear in Well Dressed Officer Contest

July 3, 2013
Master Police Officer Jeff Eversoll of the Bowling Green (Ky.) Police Department won a bunch of apparel and gear as a winner of POLICE Magazine's Well Dressed Officer Contest, as well as paid registration for the 2013 IPMBA Conference in May.

Investigation Uncovers Sex Scandal at Fla. Agency

July 2, 2013
A nearly three-month investigation into sexual misconduct at the Lakeland (Fla.) Police Department found that at least 10 officers inappropriately had sex or were engaged in sexually suggestive behavior with a female civilian employee during the past seven years.

DOJ Demands $12.5M Payout for LASD Racial Harassment

July 2, 2013
The U.S. Department of Justice has ordered the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department and others to pay $12.5 million to Antelope Valley residents it says were victims of harassment and intimidation by deputies.

Wounded Texas Officer Released From Hospital

July 2, 2013
The Granbury (Texas) Police officer who was wounded in a shootout with a wanted sex offender left the hospital Monday afternoon. Officer Chad Davis was shot in the upper right arm during the gun battle with Ricky Don McCommas.
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