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Demoted D.C. Cop Sues Chief Over Charlie Sheen Escort

August 9, 2012
A onetime D.C. police commander whose unit was involved in a controversial high-speed police escort for actor Charlie Sheen has filed a multimillion-dollar civil suit against city officials, claiming that he was demoted after testifying against his superiors at a D.C. Council hearing on the incident.

Video: Ohio Chief Pulls Woman From Car

August 9, 2012
An Ohio village police chief may be reinstated after the town council failed to get enough votes to terminate him for pulling a woman from a car during a traffic stop.
<p>Photo: POLICE file</p>

Face-Chewing Victim: Attacker 'Ripped Me To Ribbons'

August 9, 2012
The victim of the Miami face-chewing attack told police his attacker "went berserk" and "ripped me to ribbons" during an interview with investigators.

Calif. City Rejects Bid To Disband Department

August 9, 2012
After listening to dozens of its residents lend support to the embattled Fullerton (Calif.) Police Department, the City Council voted 3-2 to reject a bid to start the process of disbanding the agency.
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ACLU, Facebook Back Fired Deputies

August 9, 2012
The ACLU of Virginia and Facebook have thrown their support behind six former employees of the Hampton (Va.) Sheriff's Department who claim they were fired for "liking" the campaign page of the sheriff's opponent.

Video: Ark. Officer's Fatal Shooting

August 9, 2012
The Trumann (Ark.) Police Department's chief said patrol car video showing a fatal shooting of his officer will be a lesson for current and future officers on the agency.

FBI: Sikh Temple Shooter Killed Self

August 8, 2012
Wade Michael Page, the gunman believed to be responsible for killing a half-dozen people at a Sikh temple outside Milwaukee on Sunday, died after shooting himself in the head, officials said at a Wednesday briefing.
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S.F. Mayor Drops Stop-and-Frisk Plan

August 7, 2012
San Francisco's mayor has dropped plans to implement New York City's stop-and-frisk policy, after community leaders criticized the plan, saying it would lead to racial profiling.

Ohio Man Arrested At Movie Theater With Bag of Weapons

August 7, 2012
A 37-year-old Ohio man was charged Monday, after police say he walked into the Regal Cinemas at Crocker Park in Westlake, carrying a satchel full of weapons.

Topless Woman Leads Fla. Deputies On Pursuit

August 7, 2012
A woman led police on a car chase in north Marion County on Saturday because she was driving topless and on her way to surprise her boyfriend.
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