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Teen Accidentally Texts Montana Sheriff for Drugs

September 4, 2010
The 16-year-old sent the sheriff the text message, "Hey Dawg, do you have a $20 I can buy right now?"

Louisiana Court Reverses Decision On DWI Stops

September 3, 2010
A Louisiana appellate court has reversed a trial court decision that ruled against law enforcement in two cases that involved an officer who pulled over a drunk-driving suspect outside of their jurisdiction.

Prosecutor Seeks Death for Seattle's Halloween Cop Killer

September 2, 2010
Christopher Monfort is charged with aggravated murder for the fatal shooting of Officer Timothy Brenton and attempted first-degree murder for the wounding of Britt Sweeney on Oct. 31, 2009.

Feds Sue Sheriff Arpaio, Claiming Discrimination Against Hispanics

September 2, 2010
The federal government has been trying to obtain the records from Arpaio since March 2009 in connection with its probe that his office is engaging in alleged discrimination, unconstitutional searches and seizures, and jail policies that discriminate against people with limited English skills.

NYPD Officer Suspended For Failing To Aid Girl In Asthma Attack

September 2, 2010
Officer Alfonso Mendez, 30, was flagged down in Brooklyn on Friday by Carmen Ojeda, who was trying to rush daughter Briana to a nearby hospital. After asking the officer to perform mouth-to-mouth on her daughter, Mendez reportedly said he didn't know CPR.

SRO Reported S.D. Teen's School Bomb Plot

September 1, 2010
Joseph Thomas Hansen, 18, was arrested Aug. 23, the day before he was scheduled to begin his senior year at Sisseton High School. Police arrested the teen after a school resource officer received a tip about Hansen's suspected plot.
This 3-inch folding knife was held by John T. Williams, during Monday's officer-involved shooting. Photo courtesy of Seattle PD.

Seattle Officer's Fatal Shooting of Homeless Carver Questioned

September 1, 2010
At a news briefing on Tuesday, Chief John Diaz said he has "a lot more questions that answers" about the event. A day earlier, Officer Ian Birk fired four rounds at John T. Williams, a wood carver who had a folding knife with a 3-inch blade and a piece of wood in his hands.

Illegal Immigration Declines, Except In Texas

September 1, 2010
Texas didn't show a decline in the most recent period of study, 2007 to 2009. Instead it showed an increase of 200,000, which the reports' authors said was not statistically significant.
Woolrich Elite is presenting Freedom Throw blankets to wounded Iraq war veterans. Photo courtesy of Woolrich.

Woolrich Honors Wounded Warriors With Freedom Throw Blankets

September 1, 2010
The presentation of the blankets is held in conjunction with the Wounded Warrior marches that take place every four to six weeks at the Pentagon.
Photo via Flickr.com (nic0).

Deputy Accused of Choking Wife After She Threatened to Take Away PS3

August 31, 2010
Deputy Gary French told investigators his wife wrapped a towel around her own neck and squeezed it, when he was interviewed by Mount Dora PD officers.
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