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<p>Screenshot via YouTube.</p>

Dog Owner Files Claim Against Police

July 15, 2013
The man whose Rottweiler was shot and killed filed a claim with the city that will likely lead to a lawsuit over the incident. Leon Rosby took the first step toward suing the Hawthorne (Calif.) Police Department for $25,000 in damages.
<p>Screenshot via KTLA.</p>

Zimmerman Protesters Block Freeway, Clash with LAPD

July 15, 2013
The Los Angeles Police Department called a citywide tactical alert Sunday, after protesters of the George Zimmerman verdict blocked the Santa Monica (10) Freeway.

Video: News Crew Defends W.Va. Officer

July 12, 2013
A news crew riding with Beckley (W.Va.) Police Cpl. C.D. McCormick defended the officer to an irate motorist after the officer pulled over the driver for talking on his cell phone.
<p>Photo courtesy of ESS.</p>

ESS Releases Rollbar Ballistic Eyewear

July 12, 2013
ESS (Eye Safety Systems) has introduced its aggressively styled Rollbar ballistic eyewear that delivers advancements in fit, form, and function by providing users with quicker lens exchanges, enhanced lens retention, and improved integration with head-borne devices.
<p>Photo courtesy of Streamlight.</p>

Streamlight Introduces Rugged Outdoor Lantern

July 12, 2013
Streamlight Inc. has introduced The Siege—a rugged, cordless, LED lantern that can be used to light investigative and other crime scenes. The lantern provides 360 degrees of soft, even light, and can be configured to illuminate large areas, according to the company.

Ohio Agencies Collect $3.4M In Asset Forfeiture

July 11, 2013
The Department of Justice distributed $3.4 million in asset forfeiture funds to state and local law enforcement agencies in Ohio stemming from three federal cases.
<p>Graphic courtesy of NLEOMF.</p>

Officer Fatalities Rise, Still Near 60-Year Low

July 11, 2013
Law enforcement saw a 9 percent increase in the number of officers killed on duty during the first half of 2013. Despite the increase, it marked the second lowest number since 1963. There were 51 officers killed from January through June.

S.C. Man Attacks Deputy, Patrol Car

July 11, 2013
A Beaufort County (S.C.) Sheriff's deputy subdued a handcuffed suspect who attacked his patrol car and lunged at the deputy on Saturday.

Milwaukee Police Sued for Illegal Strip Searches

July 11, 2013
Five men sued the Milwaukee Police Department, city, and police chief on Wednesday seeking unspecified damages for illegal rectal and strip searches. The lawsuits follow a widespread criminal investigation into the searches that led to the conviction in July of Michael Vagnini.
<p>Photo courtesy of FBI.</p>

Boston Bombing Suspect Pleads Not Guilty

July 10, 2013
The teenage suspect accused of killing four and wounding 264 at the Boston Marathon and its ensuing manhunt told a judge Wednesday he is "not guilty" of 30 federal charges.
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