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Video: Navy Yard Shooter Wielded Sawed-Off Shotgun

September 25, 2013
The FBI has released preliminary findings of the Sept. 16 Washington Navy Yard shooting that includes new details about the shooter's weapons, a timeline of his movements, and his mental state leading up to the shooting.

Ohio Police HQ Evacuated After Explosion

September 25, 2013
Officers and command staff were forced out of the Columbus (Ohio) Police headquarters Tuesday evening after a battery exploded, causing a boom that brought homeland security responders to the scene.

Calif. Deputy Stabbed at Domestic Call

September 25, 2013
An Orange County (Calif.) Sheriff's deputy was stabbed multiple times after responding to a domestic disturbance at an upscale condominium in Laguna Niguel late Tuesday.
<p>Photo courtesy of Richmond PD.</p>

Va. Detective Dies of Heart Attack

September 24, 2013
Detective LaMonte Tucker, 45, was a 16-year veteran assigned to the Youth and Family Crimes Unit. He had received numerous awards in his police career.

D.C. Chief: Second Officer Shot In Navy Yard Shooting

September 24, 2013
A second Metropolitan (D.C.) Police officer was hit by gunfire during last week's shooting rampage at the Washington Navy Yard, Chief Cathy Lanier said Tuesday.

Teen Fla. Cop Killer Argues for Leniency

September 24, 2013
Convicted cop killer Nicholas Lindsey returned to a Pinellas County courtroom Monday as his attorneys argue that he should not spend the rest of his life in a prison cell.

Police ID Gunman In Mass. Shootout

September 24, 2013
The 47-year-old Brockton, Mass., pharmacy robber who led state and local officers on a high-speed pursuit Monday was shot and killed while running between two houses after crashing a black pickup truck, police said.
<p>Photo via Facebook.</p>

Fla. K-9 Killed at Burglary Call

September 24, 2013
The Miami Gardens Police Department will mourn one of its K-9 officers Wednesday after the police dog was killed investigating a burglary. Max, a German shepherd, was mortally wounded when a glass panel fell on him.
<p>Screenshot via WTVD.</p>

N.C. Campus Police Shoot, Kill Gunman

September 24, 2013
Campus police shot and killed a robbery suspect who twice opened fire on them near North Carolina Central University late Monday. The incident began after Durham Police officers tracked the suspect onto campus.
<p>Screenshot via NECN.</p>

Robbery Suspect Opens Fire On Mass. Officers

September 23, 2013
A suspect who fired at pursuing Massachusetts officers on Monday afternoon is now in grave condition and an officer is expected to fully recover because his body armor stopped a round.
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