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Jury Awards Minn. Cop $184K In Discrimination Suit

September 11, 2012
Officer Sean Coffey had lobbied for members of the police officers union to issue a vote of no confidence against Chief Bill Sullivan. The suit alleged that Sullivan retaliated by placing Coffey on paid administrative leave and later recommending to the City Council that it fire him.
<p>Photo courtesy of Jupiter PD.</p>

Additional Details Released In Fla. Cop's Motorcycle Crash

September 11, 2012
The Jupiter (Fla.) Police officer killed Sunday while working a presidential motorcade crossed several lanes on Interstate 95 and pulled in front of a pickup truck in an attempt to block traffic.

Pa. Cop Faces Harassment Charge for Punching Chief

September 11, 2012
A West Reading (Pa.) Police officer faces a harassment charge, after he repeatedly punched his chief during a closed-door argument. Officer Ronald Ladd and Chief Edward Fabriziani have been on paid leave since the Aug. 31 altercation.

Illegal Immigrants In L.A. Could Get Library Cards

September 11, 2012
The Los Angeles Public Library card could one day become a form of identification for the city's large illegal immigrant population that would allow them to open bank accounts and access services.

Video: Okla. Cop Suspended for TASERing Drunk Woman

September 11, 2012
A McAlestar (Okla.) Police officer remains on active duty but can no longer use his TASER, after he used the less-lethal weapon on an intoxicated, handcuffed woman who spit on him.
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Dallas Cop Kills Self While Cleaning Weapon

September 11, 2012
A Dallas Police Department officer fatally shot himself while cleaning his service weapon at home on Monday afternoon, the department announced. Officer Christopher Pasley died as a result of an apparent accidental discharge.
<p>Screenshot via Lex18.</p>

Ky. Man Accused of Killing Lawman Had Mean Streak

September 11, 2012
Charles Hammer, 81, is accused of killing the former police chief and sheriff, who arrested him in 2002 on charges of harassment, disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.

Video: Sikh Temple Dash Cam Videos Released

September 10, 2012
Wisconsin authorities released two video clips Monday showing gunfights between Oak Creek (Wis.) Police officers and the Sikh temple shooting suspect. Officer Sam Lenda halted the shooting when he fatally shot Page with his patrol rifle.

Video: Worker Accidentally Shot By NYPD Cop During Robbery

September 10, 2012
Newly released video surveillance footage shows a New York Police Department officer's accidental shooting of a bodega grocery store worker in the chaos following a robbery at the store.

Ohio Student Threatens To Slap Officer With Penis

September 10, 2012
An Ohio college sophomore allegedly threatened to slap an Oxford Police officer "across the face with his penis" after he was caught urinating in public. Craig McIntire, a 21-year-old student at Miami University of Ohio, was arrested over the weekend when he refused to stop "urinating in an alleyway."
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