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<p>Detective Peter Figoski. Photo: POLICE file</p>

Man Convicted In Killing of NYPD Detective

February 11, 2013
Lamont Pride now faces 25 years to life following his conviction on second degree murder, aggravated manslaughter, and burglary. Pride was acquitted of intentional murder of a police officer, which carries a mandatory sentence of life without parole.
<p><span>Photo courtesy of Irvine PD.</span></p>

$1 Million Reward Offered for Dorner

February 11, 2013
Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa on Sunday announced a $1-million reward for information leading to the arrest and capture of fugitive ex-cop Christopher Jordan Dorner, who is suspected of killing three people and wounding two others.
<p>Photo courtesy of Riverside PD.</p>

Riverside Police Identify Slain Officer

February 11, 2013
Officer Michael Crain, an 11-year veteran, was killed in an early Thursday ambush as he and his partner sat in a patrol car at a red light at Arlington and Magnolia avenues. The officers were allegedly fired on by Chris Dorner at about 1:35 a.m.

Attorney: LAPD Cops Who Shot Newspaper Truck Wanted 'Street Justice'

February 8, 2013
Seven LAPD officers who opened fire on a newspaper delivery truck that resembled a fugitive ex-cop's vehicle were administering "street justice," an attorney told the Daily Breeze.

FBI: Oakland Man Wanted To Bomb Bank To Start Civil War

February 8, 2013
Matthew Llaneza hoped detonating a car bomb at a Bank of America branch would cause a civil war. He hoped the bombing would cause a governmental crackdown if it was made to look like it was caused by anti-government militias.

Video: Cleveland Police Union Defends 'Perfect Chase'

February 8, 2013
The head of a Cleveland police union is defending a recent police chase that involved 62 cars. Jeffrey Follmer appeared on WCPN Radio less than 24 hours after first calling the November 29 police pursuit "the perfect chase," during a news conference.

Cleveland Chief: We Will Stay the Course

February 7, 2013
Cleveland Police Chief Michael McGrath said he is "staying the course" with the internal investigation into a deadly pursuit shooting that elicited a call for him to resign from the patrolman's union.
<p>Photo via Facebook.</p>

Navy: Iraq Vet Dorner Excelled In Pistol, Rifle Handling

February 7, 2013
The ex-LAPD cop suspected of killing three people, including a police officer, is a decorated Iraq War veteran who won commendations for pistol expertise and rifle marksmanship.

Judge: NYPD Cops' Killer Eligible for Death

February 7, 2013
A New York City man who was sentenced to be executed for the murder of two undercover police officers in 2003 — and who made headlines once again this week after it was revealed he impregnated one of his prison guards — was found by a judge on Thursday not to be mentally retarded and therefore eligible to be put to death.
<p>Riverside Police Chief Sergio Diaz. Screenshot via PE.com</p>

Riverside Chief: Ex-LAPD Cop Is 'Depraved' and 'Cowardly'

February 7, 2013
An ambush that left one Riverside (Calif.) Police officer dead and another wounded was a cowardly act of a depraved individual, Chief Sergio Diaz told reporters at a Thursday press conference.
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