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Albuquerque SWAT Standoff Triggered by Former Marine Marksman

November 11, 2013
Albuquerque police said Jason Kerns, 37, fled the scene of a crash on southbound Interstate 25 north of the Big I in a Hummer sport-utility vehicle around 7:30 p.m. Friday, and a police officer pulled him over on the south-to-east flyover ramp a half-hour later.

Wash. Deputies Find Human Remains with Aid of Man's Dog

November 11, 2013
Thurston County Sheriff’s detectives put a GPS collar on the dog Liberty, hoping she would lead them to the rest of the body. But it was search and rescue dogs who found more remains—a pelvis and rib cage in the woods at the Nisqually Tribe's old fish hatchery.

New Orleans Program Helps Vets Who Commit Minor Crimes

November 11, 2013
The idea is to help veterans with substance-abuse and mental-health issues turn their lives around by taking advantage of the social services available to them through the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.

Dallas Chief Bolsters Detective Ranks to Combat Robberies

November 11, 2013
Through the end of October, robberies were up about 5 percent from 2012, according to department statistics. Business robberies were up more than 20 percent.

Video: Wild Iowa Chase Ends With Police Shooting

November 7, 2013
Story County, Iowa, Attorney Stephen Holmes says an Ames police officer was justified in the fatal shooting of a suspect who fled from police earlier this week. Officials released the information during a news conference Thursday morning in Ames.

Video: Fatal Montana OIS Ruled Justified

November 7, 2013
A coroner’s jury found Wednesday that Billings Police Officer Dave Punt was justified when he shot and killed Daniel Brawley earlier this year, the Billings Gazette reports.

Video: N.M. Man Sues Officers, Agencies, Hospital Over Anal Probes

November 7, 2013
David Eckert was subjected to repeated and humiliating forced medical procedures, including X-rays, digital probes of his anus, three enemas, and a colonoscopy. No narcotics were found.

Video: Ariz. Detective Accused of Sleeping with Drug Dealer, Endangering Officers

November 7, 2013
A Tempe, Ariz., undercover detective has resigned in lieu of termination amid accusations that she slept with a drug dealer, compromised an investigation, and endangered fellow officers by blowing their covers, KPHO TV reports.

Border Patrol: Lethal Force Against Rock Throwers Will Continue

November 7, 2013
U.S. Customs and Border Protection will not change its use-of-force policy against rock throwers, which allows agents to resort to lethal weapons, the agency’s leader has announced. The decision comes after an outside reviewer recommended otherwise.

Whistleblowers Say Overtime Fraud Rampant in Border Patrol, DHS

November 7, 2013
The letter details the overtime abuse as an ongoing and pervasive problem at Border Patrol, Customs and Border Protection and other agencies in the giant Department of Homeland Security.
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