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Masturbating Suspect Injures Officer In Pursuit

June 10, 2013
When officers attempted to arrest a suspect for masturbating in public, the man struck and injured an Upper Darby Police officer while attempting to flee.
<p>Surveillance image courtesy of KABC.</p>

Santa Monica Gunman Carried 1,300 Rounds

June 10, 2013
The man who killed five people in a shooting rampage at Santa Monica College Friday before he was killed in a shootout with officers carried more than 1,300 rounds of ammunition during the attack, authorities have said.
<p><span>Photo via&nbsp;</span><a href=&quot;http://www.flickr.com/photos/35387910@N04/4947751480/&quot; target=&quot;_blank&quot;>eggrole</a><span>/Flickr.</span></p>

Vermont Decriminalizes Marijuana

June 7, 2013
Vermont became the 17th state in the nation Thursday to eliminate criminal penalties for the possession of a small amount of marijuana, Gov. Peter Shumlin announced.

Judge Approves New Orleans Jail Reform Plan

June 7, 2013
A federal judge approved a consent decree Thursday governing an operational overhaul of Orleans Parish Prison that would reform one of the country's most dangerous lockups known for inmate deaths, sexual assaults, beatings, stabbings and poor medical care.
<p>Photo via ACLU.</p>

Sheriff Joe Suspends Immigration Enforcement

June 7, 2013
Joe Arpaio, the sheriff for Maricopa County and metropolitan Phoenix, has temporarily suspended all his immigration efforts after a federal judge concluded two weeks ago that the sheriff's office had racially profiled Latinos in its patrols.

N.Y. Bill Would Make Harassing Cops a Felony

June 7, 2013
The New York state Senate passed a bill Wednesday that would make it a felony to annoy a police officer. The bill would make aggravated harassment of an officer a crime punishable by up to four years in prison.
<p>Screenshot via CBS Los Angeles.</p>

Police Shoot, Kill Gunman In Calif. College Shooting

June 7, 2013
Five people, including the gunman, died Friday in a shooting rampage that began with a deadly home invasion and ended at Santa Monica College.
<p>Screenshot via WFAA.</p>

Handcuffed Suspect Fires at Texas Officers

June 6, 2013
A suspect arrested for riding a stolen motorcycle was shot and killed after he fired a concealed handgun at officers from inside a police SUV on Tuesday. The suspect had concealed a handgun from the arresting officers.

Conn. Law Blocks Release of Newtown Photos, Video

June 6, 2013
A new law blocking the release of photos and video from the crime scene of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting was signed into law by Connecticut's Gov. Dannel Malloy on Wednesday.

Houston Chief: Videotaped Beating Made Me 'Sick'

June 6, 2013
Houston Police Chief Charles McClelland Jr. told jurors Tuesday that a videotaped beating of a teen burglary suspect made him "sick to my stomach" and gave the agency a "black eye."
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