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<p>Screenshot via WPIX.</p>

N.Y. Detective Cites Man for Laughing Too Loudly

March 7, 2013
Busting a gut became a criminal matter in Long Island, when Rockville Center (N.Y.) Police issued two summonses to a local man for laughing too loudly at his home.

Video: N.J. Cop Punches Woman

March 7, 2013
An Elizabeth (N.J.) Police officer is facing an internal-affairs probe, after cell-phone video uploaded to YouTube shows him punching a woman outside a nightclub.

LAPD Chief To Reduce Sworn Personnel

March 7, 2013
Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck said he expects severe cuts to sworn personnel, following the failure of a half-cent sales tax measure to fund public safety.

Video: S.C. Deputies Led On Wrong-Way Pursuit

March 6, 2013
Kershaw County (S.C.) Sheriff's deputies arrested a career criminal following a high-speed pursuit through two counties that began when the suspect fled a traffic stop.

Ohio Judge Again Orders 'Idiot' Sign on Defendant

March 6, 2013
An Ohio judge who made a woman wear an "idiot" sign for driving on a sidewalk around a school bus has ordered similar punishment for a man convicted of threatening police officers.
<p>Jamie Craft registered a .217 BAC. Photo courtesy of&nbsp;Craighead County SO.</p>

Half-Naked Ark. Woman Tried to Flee DUI Scene On Toy Truck

March 6, 2013
Jamie Jeanette Craft, 29, tried to drive a child's battery-powered truck, after slamming her 2001 Pontiac Grand Am into a mobile home in Jonesboro, Ark.

Fed Cops Slam 'Dangerous' TSA Knife Policy

March 6, 2013
The decision by federal airport screeners to allow small knives, golf clubs, and other items on commercial flights drew a harsh rebuke from a group representing federal law enforcement officers.
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Mich. Cop Saves Bridge Jumper

March 5, 2013
A Canton (Mich.) Police officer is being credited with saving the life of a suicidal man who was perched on a bridge ready to jump.

Ala. Chief Apologizes to Civil Rights Leader

March 5, 2013
U.S. Rep. John Lewis (D-Ga.) said he was moved to tears Saturday after Montgomery (Ala.) Police Chief Kevin Murphy presented the badge off of his uniform along with an apology to Lewis and other Freedom Riders for police officers' failure to act during a 1961 attack.

TSA Allows Small Knives On Flights

March 5, 2013
For the first time since the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, federal airport screeners will allow passengers to carry onto a plane small knives, as well as golf clubs, hockey sticks and pool cues.
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