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Two Fugitives Still At Large After Arizona Prison Break

August 2, 2010
An Arizona Department of Corrections official blamed the "lax" staff of the private Utah company running the facility for the escape.

L.A. Sheriff Finds Unpursued Cases In Maywood

August 2, 2010
Los Angeles Sheriff's Department deputies moved in to Maywood and Cudahy a month ago to take over patrol duties, after Maywood disbanded its police department, to find numerous open cases.

Combined Systems Acquires Thompson Handcuffs Corporation

August 2, 2010
Combined Systems Inc. (CSI) has acquired Thompson Handcuffs Corp. The acquisition will expand CSI's product and training solutions in its domestic and international sales channels.

Detroit Mayor Nominates Convicted Murderer for Police Commission

August 2, 2010
Raphael B. Johnson, now 35, served 12 years for second-degree murder and is now a motivational speaker. Johnson was convicted of shooting a man at a party in 1992 when he was 17.

Texas Arbitrator Rules Hood Slam Wasn't Excessive Force

August 2, 2010
Officer Jeremy Massey, who was off-duty at the time of the arrest, handcuffed 18-year-old Cornelius Gill and slammed him onto the hood of a cruiser driven by a uniformed back-up officer.

National LE Museum Ground-Breaking Ceremony Set For Oct. 14

July 30, 2010
The groundbreaking ceremony is scheduled for 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.in the 400 block of E Street, NW. It will be adjacent to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial.

Bicycle Thief Sues Victims From Prison

July 30, 2010
A Florida man who was caught by three men stealing a bicycle is suing the men for $500,000 in damages, claiming they roughed him up.

Immigration Demonstrators Arrested After Blocking Traffic

July 29, 2010
Protesters of Arizona's immigration law that went into effect today showed up at civic facilities to block access and chain themselves to a central jail building, even though the toughest aspects of the law have been put on hold by a federal judge.

Belligerent Drunk Shoots N.C. Deputy, Then Turns Gun on Himself

July 29, 2010
Deputy Jon Willis, 30, was shot with a handgun by Daniel Meyers, 22, as he approached a mobile trailer near the Wayne County border in eastern North Carolina.

Federal Judge Blocks Prominent Sections of Arizona Immigration Law

July 28, 2010
Bolton blocked the highest-profile sections including the requirement that police officers check a person's immigration status and that immigrants must carry paperwork at all times.
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