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Body of Missing FBI Agent Found

August 1, 2012
Hikers discovered the body of an FBI special agent who had been missing for more than two months in Burbank on Monday. Stephen Ivens, a Los Angeles-based special agent who specialized in national security, disappeared on May 10 with his service weapon.
<p>Photo courtesy of MCSO.</p>

Wis. Deputy Killed In Crash With Tow Truck

July 31, 2012
A Milwaukee County (Wis.) Sheriff's deputy died Tuesday after his agency truck struck the rear of a flatbed tow truck. Deputy Sergio Aleman was driving a sheriff's truck that provides service to disabled motorists.
<p>Screenshot via CopBlock.</p>

Founder of Anti-Police Website Faces Prison

July 31, 2012
The founder of the anti-law enforcement Website CopBlock.org has been indicted on three felony wiretapping counts relating to a viral video report he published alleging excessive force.
<p>Photo courtesy of I.C.E.</p>

Man Arrested Trying To Smuggle Meth Candy Bars Through LAX

July 31, 2012
A Long Beach, Calif., man was arrested for attempting to smuggle methamphetamine disguised as Snickers bars from Los Angeles to Japan.

Release of Ind. Cop Killer Outrages Community

July 31, 2012
A man once given the death penalty for fatally shooting an Indiana town marshal in the back left prison Sunday nearly 30 years after the crime. William Spranger was convicted of killing William Miner and had been given the death penalty.

Mo. Agency Shifts From Holding Cells

July 31, 2012
The Columbia (Mo.) Police Department will soon begin taking more than half of suspects under arrest to the Boone County Jail instead of the police department. The move is in response to an August incident when former Officer Rob Sanders shoved an inmate in a holding cell.

Video: FBI Enhances Video In Evidence-Planting Claim

July 31, 2012
The FBI agreed Monday to enhance patrol-car video footage from a 2009 arrest involving a man who accused two El Paso (Texas) Police officers of planting cocaine on him.

Seattle, Feds Agree On Police Reform

July 30, 2012
Seattle officials agreed to an independent monitor and court oversight of the city's police department as part of an agreement announced Friday with the Justice Department following a damning report that found officers routinely used excessive force.
<p>Photo: POLICE file</p>

NYPD Cop's Killer Was Police Informant

July 30, 2012
One of the three killers of a New York Police Department officer was a registered police informant at the time of the shooting.

Off-Duty Fla. Cop Subdues Salesman's Accused Killer

July 30, 2012
After hearing gunshots, an off-duty Collier County (Fla.) Sheriff's sergeant left her Cape Coral home and apprehended the man charged with fatally shooting a door-to-door seafood salesman.
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