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<p>Photo courtesy of LVMPD.</p>

Suspect Indicted In Fiery Las Vegas Strip Deaths

April 29, 2013
Self-proclaimed pimp Ammar Harris was indicted by a grand jury on charges he killed three people on the Strip in February. Prosecutors said Harris shot and killed reputed pimp Kenneth "Kenny Clutch" Cherry Jr. as the two were driving separate vehicles on the Strip early in the morning of Feb. 21.

Calif. Cities Ground Police Helicopter Program

April 29, 2013
Two Orange County cities have formally dissolved a joint police helicopter program that provided airborne patrols for nearly two decades in a budget-tightening move.

Video: Struck Mich. Cop Pursues Suspect

April 26, 2013
A man stopped for speeding was taken to jail after he struck a Columbia Township (Mich.) Police officer, as well as his cruiser, and led the officer on a high-speed pursuit.
<p>Photo via <a href=&quot;http://www.flickr.com/photos/11311685@N02/8303075220/&quot; target=&quot;_blank&quot;>Chris Chabot</a>/Flickr.</p>

Boston Bombers Planned NYC Attack, Says Top Cop

April 25, 2013
The two Boston Marathon bombing suspects planned to use their remaining explosives to carry out a second attack in New York City's Times Square, Police Commissioner Ray Kelly said.
<p>Photo courtesy of FBI.</p>

Boston Bombing Suspect Silent After Miranda

April 25, 2013
The surviving Boston Marathon bombing suspect has stopped talking to authorities, after a representative of the U.S. Attorney's Office entered his hospital room and advised him of his Miranda rights.

Radicalized Boston Bombing Suspects Motivated By Wars

April 25, 2013
The two native Chechens authorities believe bombed the Boston Marathon had become radicalized Muslims and were motivated by U.S. military involvement in Iraq and Afghanistan, according to several reports.
<p>Photo courtesy of MIT.</p>

Thousands Pay Respect To Slain MIT Officer

April 24, 2013
Thousands of students and law enforcement officers from across the country have packed the Massachusetts Institute of Technology campus to honor fallen MIT Police Officer Sean Collier who was remembered as a joy-filled, caring and compassionate man who believed kindness could change society.
<p>Boston Marathon bomber suspects engage police with an pressure-cooker IED (in red circle). Photo by Andrew Kitzenberg.</p>

Neighbor's Photos Show Shootout with Boston Bombers

April 23, 2013
A blogger and Watertown, Mass., resident has published photos and a first-hand account of the deadly gunfight between Boston Marathon bombing suspects and authorities on a residential street.

2 Shot By LAPD In Dorner Manhunt Get $4.2 Million

April 23, 2013
The city of Los Angeles has agreed to a $4.2 million settlement with the two newspaper delivery women who were injured when LAPD officers opened fire on them during the Chris Dorner manhunt.

TSA Delays Small-Knife Policy

April 23, 2013
The Transportation Security Administration delayed implementing a new policy that would have allowed commercial airline passengers to carry small knives and sporting equipment on flights beginning Thursday.
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