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Synthetic 'N-bomb' Drug Raises Concern in Arizona

May 6, 2013
A drug marketed as an alternative to LSD or mescaline could be among the most powerful and potentially deadly of the synthetic drugs that have inundated the market in recent years, police and physicians believe.

FBI: Minnesota Terror Plot Thwarted

May 6, 2013
A raid of a suspect's western Minnesota mobile home likely prevented a terror attack after federal agents seized Molotov cocktails, pipe bombs, and guns, according to the FBI.

Maine Man Sexually Assaults Undercover Officer

May 6, 2013
Allen Hahn, 64, approached the officer at 1 p.m. Thursday and after a brief conversation grabbed the officer's genitals through his clothing and asked, "Are we doing this?"
<p>Photo courtesy of Roseville PD.</p>

'Indestructible' Minn. K-9 Euthanized

May 6, 2013
A Minnesota agency's police dog euthanized April 30 left a lasting legacy in law enforcement after enduring a stabbing, kicking, and near drowning.
<p>Photo via <a href=&quot;http://www.flickr.com/photos/91159629@N00/20048650/&quot; target=&quot;_blank&quot;>Sarah Jane</a>/Flickr.</p>

Manual Transmission Thwarts L.A. Car Thief

May 6, 2013
LAPD officers took a car thief into custody early Sunday, when the suspect struggled to operate the manual transmission on the stolen vehicle.
<p>&quot;Cops&quot; moves to Spike from Fox after 25 years. The current season features Newport News (Va.) PD officers. Photo via Fox.</p>

'Cops' Moves from Fox To Spike

May 6, 2013
Television's longest-running series moved to the Spike network after Fox canceled the police reality show Monday. "Cops" will wrap up its 25th season later this month and restart in September on Spike with new episodes.

Video: Motive Still Murky In Ohio T-Stop Ambush

May 3, 2013
Middlefield (Ohio) Police say they still don't know why a suspect who ran a stop sign opened fire with an AK-47 at the two officers who pulled him over in March.
<p>Screenshot via WTAE.</p>

Pa. Cop Killed In Crash with Unlicensed Driver

May 3, 2013
Officer William J. McCarthy and his partner were attempting to get in front of a vehicle driven by Kylee Barletto to get far enough ahead to lay spike strips or create a roadblock when she sideswiped their police cruiser.

Video: Reese Witherspoon Arrest Dash Cam Leaked

May 3, 2013
The patrol-car video from the arrest of an intoxicated Reese Witherspoon shows the Oscar winner slurring her speech and telling the officer he would "find out who I am."
<p>Screenshot via FBI.</p>

Reward Doubled to $2M for N.J. Trooper's Killer

May 2, 2013
The reward for the capture of a 1970s black nationalist who killed a New Jersey trooper doubled to $2 million on the 40th anniversary of the crime. The FBI also named Assata Shakur to its Most Wanted Terrorists.
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