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Police Unity Tour Leaves for D.C.

May 9, 2013
Nearly 1,700 law enforcement officers and supporters left six locations in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Virginia on bicycle as part of the Police Unity Tour paying tribute to fallen officers.
<p>Screenshot via WDJT.</p>

Drunk Driver Wrecks SUV After Neighborhood Pursuit

May 9, 2013
A man who fled from West Allis (Wis.) Police officers and wrecked his SUV in a residential neighborhood faces multiple charges including drunk driving.
<p>Photo: POLICE file</p>

Prosecutors Seek Death for Vegas Strip Shooting Suspect

May 9, 2013
If convicted, self-proclaimed pimp Ammar Harris could be put to death for a February shooting on the Strip that left three people dead.

Jury Awards $8.8M to Family of Robber Shot by Cops

May 9, 2013
A federal jury awarded $8.8 million to the family of a robbery suspect fatally shot by Culver City (Calif.) Police during a traffic stop. The U.S. District Court on Wednesday unanimously awarded $2 million to each of Lejoy Grissom's four children and added $825,000.
<p>Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis briefs the media on April 15 about the Boston Marathon bombings. Photo via <a href=&quot;http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Boston_Marathon_bombings_news_conference.jpg&quot; target=&quot;_blank&quot;>Michael Cummo</a>/Wikimedia.</p>

Boston Top Cop: FBI Didn't Disclose Tsarnaev Probe

May 9, 2013
The Boston Police Department wasn't informed of a Russian intelligence warning about the Boston Marathon bombing suspect or an FBI probe of the matter, Commissioner Edward Davis told Congress today.

Cleveland Police Find No Record of Kidnapping 911 Call

May 9, 2013
The Cleveland Division of Police has found no record of 911 calls about an address where three young women were held captive for a decade, refuting claims by neighbors.

Colo. Theater Shooter Wants Insanity Plea

May 9, 2013
James Holmes wants to plead not guilty by reason of insanity to the killing of 12 people and the injuring of 70 others in the Aurora movie theater attack. Holmes would need the judge's permission to change his plea.

Chief Begs for Burial Plot for Boston Bomber

May 8, 2013
The Worcester (Mass.) Police chief issued a public plea to state and federal officials to help bury accused terrorist Tamerlan Tsarnaev to rescue his agency from a $10,000 a day cost of providing security for a funeral home.

Four Split $1M Dorner Reward

May 8, 2013
Four people who provided crucial information in the hunt for former Los Angeles Police Officer Christopher Dorner will split what is expected to be a $1-million reward in the case, authorities announced Tuesday afternoon.

Video: Utah Sovereign Citizen Arrested After High-Speed Chase

May 8, 2013
Utah Highway Patrol troopers arrested a Utah woman after a high-speed pursuit. She identified herself as a sovereign citizen and told troopers they had "no authority to stop her."
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