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Bank Robber In NYPD OIS Refused to Drop Knife

October 14, 2010
Using a 10-inch steak knife, John Stolarz walked into the Chase branch near Madison Square Garden shortly after noon on Thursday, and demanded "fifties and hundreds." Stolarz left, when a teller told him the bank didn't have the cash.

CVS Pharmacy Admits It Sold Meth-Making Chemical To Criminals

October 14, 2010
Retail pharmacy CVS agrees to pay a $77.6-million fine after admitting to unlawfully selling pseudo-ephedrine to criminals. It's the largest civil penalty under the federal Controlled Substance Act, according to the DEA.

Oregon Reserve Deputy Indicted for Murder

October 14, 2010
Steven Monte Crum has been arrested for the murder of Jessica Rae Killian, whose body was discovered on Oct. 4 on a farm. A firearm was used in the crime.

Two Officers Sue Illinois Pastor for Defamation

October 14, 2010
Two Rockford (Ill.) Police officers have sued a local pastor who repeatedly referred to a deadly force encounter as "murder," despite having information that contradicted that claim.

Chicago Police Display Honors 100 Years of Fallen Officers

October 14, 2010
The department has been adding the names and star badges of fallen officers to the public memorial for 100 years.

Feds Bust $163 Million Medicare Fraud Enterprise

October 14, 2010
An Armenian-American gang led by a "vor" (Eurasian version of a godfather) submitted $163 million in false reimbursement claims and netted approximately $35 million in payouts for treatments that never took place, according to the Department of Justice.

Michigan Suburb Disbands Police Department

October 14, 2010
The Pontiac (Mich.) Police Department will cease to exist, after the cash-strapped city voted to turn over patrols to the Oakland County Sheriff's Office as soon as December.

Three Philadelphia Officers Cleared In Shooting

October 14, 2010
"After a lengthy and careful review of the facts in this case I concluded that the three officers acted properly in this situation," according to District Attorney Seth Williams. "Vincent Parsons fired first and the officers had no other choice but to fire back."

Judge Won't Dismiss Challenge to Arizona's Immigration Law

October 13, 2010
In her ruling, U.S. District Court Judge Susan Bolton found that "race, alienage, or national origin discrimination was a motivating factor in the enactment of S.B. 1070."

Murder Charge Dropped Against Illinois Cop

October 13, 2010
Dorian, 37, was charged in a pair of rural shootings along the Indiana-Illinois border. In a detailed computer forensics analysis, investigators determined Dorian was at home on his computer on the Internet when the shootings occurred.
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