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Cab Driver Aided Wounded Riverside Officer

February 20, 2013
Riverside Police credit cab driver Karam Kaoud with saving the life of Officer Andrew Tachias, who was critically wounded by Chris Dorner in an early morning shooting.
<p>Photo courtesy of North Carolina DPS.</p>

N.C. Trooper Shot During Traffic Stop

February 20, 2013
The North Carolina trooper who was shot four times by a wanted Vermont suspect during a traffic stop Monday is now listed in stable condition.

Four Dead In Calif. Carjackings, Shootings

February 19, 2013
A man suspected in a series of shootings across Orange County that left four people dead and at least two others wounded on Tuesday apparently approached one of his victims after a vehicle he carjacked ran out of gas, authorities said.

Portland Police Shoot, Kill Man at Hospital

February 19, 2013
Portland officers shot and killed a man Sunday night in the parking lot of Adventist Medical Center, after the man allegedly told a hospital staff member that he had a gun and would use it on the employee.

Minn. Cop Died of Heart Attack After Foot Pursuit

February 19, 2013
St. Paul (Minn.) Police Officer Josh Lynaugh, 30, died from complications of a heart attack he suffered during a foot pursuit earlier this month.
<p>Photo: POLICE file</p>

Supreme Court Limits Detention Powers In Searches

February 19, 2013
Suffolk County (N.Y.) Police detectives who detained two suspects, while officers searched a dwelling exceeded the scope of their search warrant, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled Tuesday.
<p><span>Photo courtesy of Becki and John Johnston/</span><a href=&quot;http://acek9.com/&quot; target=&quot;_blank&quot;>AceK9.com</a><span>.</span></p>

Supreme Court Validates K-9 Search

February 19, 2013
A Florida police dog's alert at a traffic stop that led to a van driver's conviction on drug charges established probable cause for the search, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled Tuesday.
<p>Photo courtesy of USC.</p>

USC Remembers Dorner Victim Keith Lawrence

February 19, 2013
Officer Keith Lawrence, who had worked for the university since August, was shot and killed by Chris Dorner along with his fiancé Monica Quan. The double homicide prompted a massive manhunt for the fugitive ex-LAPD cop.

Video: Mich. Traffic Stop Leads to Pursuit, Gunfight

February 18, 2013
Northville Township (Mich.) Police have released a video showing the incidents before this week's fatal police shooting in Washtenaw County, including an exchange of gunfire during a traffic stop and a high-speed chase.

Video: Ill. Cop Shoots Antlers To Separate Deer

February 18, 2013
Police used a handgun to blast apart the antlers of two tangled bucks that were unable to separate themselves after a bitter duel. Footage shows Illinois police taking aim three times at the duo, which they feared would otherwise die from starvation if they were not split up.
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