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The DOJ has ruled that ATF Special Agent William Clark's shooting of a neighbor in 2008 in response to a domestic dispute was justified. However, Clark is facing second-degree murder charges.

Federal Agents Rally in Support of Colleague Charged with Murder in Virgin Islands

October 25, 2010
More than 100 people, including federal agents from numerous agencies, participated in the October rally.

Suspect Who Ambushed Louisiana Sergeant In Custody

October 24, 2010
Sgt. Tim Prunty, 44, was standing near his cruiser in uniform, when Chris Cope pulled into the convenience store parking lot and opened fire on the officer.

LE Groups Oppose California's Marijuana Legalization Measure

October 24, 2010
California's marijuana legalization proposition is facing increasing opposition from the Obama administration, including a visit to the state by the drug czar to urge voters to oppose it.

Partner Testifies About Slain Philly Officer

October 23, 2010
Philadelphia Police Officer Mark Klein, 26, took the witness stand Friday to describe the night he lost his partner and high-school friend John Pawlowski.

Man Who Asked Cop for Ride Busted for Cocaine Possession

October 23, 2010
After leaving a party, the Danville man flagged down a Redwood City PD officer who asked Ongley Raymond Ocon III if he had anything illegal on him.

Baltimore Officer Exonerated In Friendly Fire Incident

October 22, 2010
A jury has cleared Baltimore PD's Officer John Torres in the fatal shooting of Officer Norman Stamp during an off-duty shooting outside of a strip club.

Fired Austin Officer Reinstated

October 22, 2010
An arbitrator on Thursday ruled in favor of Senior Officer Leonardo Quintana, and a grand jury declined to indict Quintana over the fatal shooting of Nathaniel Sanders II during a struggle.

California Police, Feds Arrest More Than 250 In Massive Drug Sweep

October 22, 2010
For "Operation Red Rein," the LAPD joined forces with federal agents to target 10 mid-level drug gangs, including the East Side Pain, Waterfront Piru, East Side Wilmas, North Side Wilmas, Harbor City Crips, Compton Avenue Crips, Fruit Town Piru, El Monte Flores and Primera Flats.

N.C. Cops Find TATP In Home of Student With Exploding Pen

October 21, 2010
TATP is the same explosive used by Richard Reid (Shoe Bomber) as well as the London subway bombings in July 2005. Ingredients include common chemicals, including hydrogen peroxide and acetone. The final product is a white powder with a strong acrid smell.

SCOTUS To Decide Whether Officers Need Warrant To Conduct Sex Abuse Interviews at School

October 21, 2010
The Supreme Court has agreed to hear Camreta v. Greene, an Oregon case centering on a whether a child protective services caseworker and deputy sheriff violated the Fourth Amendment when they interrogated a child who alleged sexual abuse in a private office at the child's school for two hours without a warrant, exigent circumstances or parental consent.
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