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N.C. Town to Keep Own Police Force

January 15, 2013
Cherryville in Gaston County, N.C., will continue to have its own police force for now. The City Council was considering trying to save money by giving the city's policing duties solely to Gaston County.

12-Year-Old Convicted of Murdering His Father

January 14, 2013
A 12-year-old boy has been convicted of second-degree murder for shooting and killing his neo-Nazi father as the man slept.

D.C. Cop Left His Child to Die in Hot Car, Prosecutors Say

January 14, 2013
A Metropolitan (D.C.) police officer who says he is innocent is being tried for shooting and killing his 20-year-old mistress and leaving their infant child to die in a hot car in 2011.
<p>Photo courtesy of Gore.</p>

Gore Introduces Extended Comfort Footwear

January 13, 2013
W. L. Gore & Associates has introduced Gore-Tex extended comfort footwear for law enforcement officers that provides "excellent breathability that is equal to or higher than non-waterproof footwear," according to the company.

James Holmes To Face Trial, Plea Delayed

January 11, 2013
The suspect accused of killing 12 people in a Colorado movie theater will face a trial and enter a plea in March, a judge ruled Friday.

Taft School Staff Convinced Suspect to Put Down Weapon

January 11, 2013
One student was shot in the upper right chest on Thursday at Taft Union High School. A teacher and school administrator were able to talk to the suspect and convince him to give up his weapon, reports Reuters.

Shot Ariz. Deputy 'Progressing,' Family Says

January 10, 2013
Deputy Ruben Garcia is "progressing in a favorable way" after being shot multiple times Tuesday, his brother, Alifonzo Garcia said Wednesday.

Student Opens Fire at Calif. High School

January 10, 2013
A student opened fire with a shotgun Thursday morning at a rural California high school, injuring two before he was taken into custody. One person received minor injuries and refused medical attention while the other, a student, was airlifted to a local hospital.
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Warrantless DUI Tests Head To Supreme Court

January 10, 2013
Supreme Court justices showed unease Wednesday about letting police without a search warrant draw a blood sample from an unwilling drunken-driving suspect, but they also expressed sympathy for the urgency faced by officers in such traffic stops.
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Klein Introduces Valor Professional Speaker Mic

January 9, 2013
This speaker microphone is rubber overmolded, features side and front PTT (Push-To-Talk) buttons, two audio ports (top and bottom) with locking cams, and contoured edges for better grip.
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