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Drew Peterson Conviction Hinged On New Hearsay Law

September 7, 2012
Drew Peterson—the crass former Illinois police officer who gained notoriety after his much-younger wife vanished in 2007—was convicted Thursday of murdering a previous wife in a potentially precedent-setting case centered on secondhand hearsay statements.

Judge: Fort Hood Shooting Suspect Must Be Shaved

September 7, 2012
A military judge on Thursday ordered officials to forcibly shave Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan, the Army psychiatrist charged in the shooting rampage at the Fort Hood base here in 2009, a move that is likely to delay the start of his trial for weeks as his defense lawyers appeal the ruling.
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CHP Officer Succumbs To Wounds

September 6, 2012
The California Highway Patrol officer who was shot Tuesday while conducting a traffic stop died Wednesday evening. Officer Kenyon Youngstrom, 37, was a seven-year veteran of the agency. He leaves behind a wife and four children.

CHP Officer Fighting for Life After Shooting

September 5, 2012
A California Highway Patrol officer remained in critical condition Wednesday, a day after he was shot by a subject during a traffic stop in the East Bay near Alamo.

N.J. Police Investigate 'Wet' In Fatal Attacks On Children

September 5, 2012
A Camden, N.J. man was charged with murder for allegedly slashing the throat of a 6-year-old Camden boy. Police say he told investigators he was smoking a combination of marijuana and PCP, known as "Wet," just before the killing.

Deputy's Killers Post Death Photos On Billboard

September 5, 2012
A pair of Tennessee brothers who killed two law enforcers in 2006 have posted photos of their bullet-riddled corpses on billboards near the roadway leading to their farmhouse.

Anchorage Pays $5.5M To Cop's Rape Victims

September 5, 2012
The city of Anchorage has paid more than $5.5 million to settle 11 lawsuits that stemmed from the actions of convicted rapist and disgraced Anchorage Police Officer Anthony Rollins.

Rape Trial Begins for Former Houston Cop

September 5, 2012
A Houston Police officer faces five years to life if convicted of kidnapping, handcuffing, and raping a cantina waitress in a trial that began Tuesday.

Demoted LAPD Capt. Files Harassment Claim Against Chief

September 5, 2012
The Los Angeles Police Department commander who was demoted for his handling of the rough arrest of a nurse in Tujunga has filed a harassment claim against Police Chief Charlie Beck.

EF Johnson's Viking VP600 Now Available in Multiple Bands and Models

September 5, 2012
EF Johnson Technologies has announced that the Viking VP600 portable radio is now available in three distinct models across the 700/800 MHz, UHF, and VHF bands. With the availability of the VP600 in all bands and in multiple models, EF Johnson is now able to offer the Viking VP600 across all segments of first responders, including the military, Department of Defense, and all state, local, and federal entities.
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