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DEA to Pay $4.1M to Student Left In Holding Cell

July 30, 2013
The Drug Enforcement Administration has agreed to pay $4.1 million to a college student mistakenly left in a holding cell for five days who had sued the agency.
<p>Screenshot via ABC News.</p>

Chicago Chief Blasts State Rep. for Murder Comment

July 30, 2013
While discussing unsolved murders, state Rep. Monique Davis (D-Chicago) told a Detroit radio station that some people in the community "believe the police may be involved in some of these murders."

Video: Off-Duty Minn. Cops Insult Uniformed Officers

July 30, 2013
Two Minneapolis Police officers disparaged their police chief and called the Green Bay PD a "clown show" in an expletive-laden rant that included racial slurs.
<p><span>Photo courtesy of Becki and John Johnston/</span><a href=&quot;http://acek9.com/&quot; target=&quot;_blank&quot;>AceK9.com</a><span>.</span></p>

Killing Police Animals Now a Felony In New York

July 30, 2013
Gov. Andrew Cuomo has signed legislation that now makes it a felony to kill a police dog or horse, increasing the penalty from a misdemeanor when the law goes into effect in November.

Texas Police Enter Wrong House, Kill Armed Homeowner

July 30, 2013
Two Fort Worth Police officers who fatally shot an armed homeowner told investigators that poor lighting caused them to go to the wrong house while investigating a burglary call.

Video: Ore. Man Grabs Officer's Gun in City Hall

July 30, 2013
Beaverton (Ore.) Police arrested an 18-year-old who grabbed a gun from an officer while high on mushrooms during a physical confrontation in the lobby of city hall.

Ark. School District Plans To Arm Teachers

July 30, 2013
A small Arkansas school district is arming and training 20 volunteer teachers and staff with handguns for fall classes under a little known state law allowing license, armed security guards on campus.

DEA Pilot, Ky. Trooper Injured In Copter Crash

July 29, 2013
A Kentucky trooper and Drug Enforcement Administration pilot survived the fiery crash of their helicopter in eastern Kentucky Monday morning. The helicopter, which was part of a marijuana eradication team, was searching for marijuana plants in Breathitt County.
<p>Screenshot via YouTube.</p>

Calif. Officers Quell Brawl at Surfing Event

July 29, 2013
Huntington Beach (Calif.) Police officers arrested seven people, including a man who struck an officer with a skateboard, during a wild melee Sunday after the U.S. Open of Surfing.
<p>Screenshot via LVMPD.</p>

Fallen Las Vegas Rescuer Laid To Rest

July 29, 2013
Dozens of police vehicles escorted the body of Las Vegas Metro Police Officer David Vanbuskirk to a Henderson church Monday to eulogize the fallen officer.
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