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Psychiatrist Warned U. of Colo. About Accused Shooter

August 2, 2012
Officials at the University of Colorado Denver reportedly didn't follow up on warnings that accused theater shooter James Holmes was potentially dangerous. The school also sent e-mail to the campus community instructing them not to speak to the media in the wake of the July 20 massacre.
<p>Logo via Safariland.</p>

BAE Sells Safariland To Former CEO

August 1, 2012
The former chief executive of Safariland's parent company has acquired the law enforcement gear supplier with its management team from BAE Systems for about $124 million.

Pa. City Reverses Minimum Wage Pay for Police

August 1, 2012
Scranton, Pa., and its police, fire and public works unions have reached a settlement over Mayor Chris Doherty's decision to cut city employees' pay to minimum wage for one pay period earlier this month.

Police: Calif. Professor Plotted Mass Murder

August 1, 2012
A University of California, Irvine professor who was grieving the suicide of his teenage son is accused of writing in e-mail that he would commit mass murder at his late son's high school.

Calif. Sheriff, Deputy Face $10M Suit Over Seized Horse

August 1, 2012
A former Carmel woman is claiming that a Putnam County (Calif.) Sheriff's deputy who was president of the Putnam Humane Society confiscated her $35,000 horse in 2006 and sold it to the deputy's sister for $100.
<p>Photo: POLICE file</p>

UC Davis Pepper Spray Officer Says He Was Fired

August 1, 2012
Lt. John Pike, a central figure in last November's pepper-spraying incident at UC Davis, is no longer employed by the university as of Tuesday. UC Davis officials declined further comment; however, Lt. Pike told the Sacramento Bee he was terminated.

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.
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