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Ga. Man Shot By Police Had Pointed BB Gun

September 17, 2012
A 20-year-old man who was shot and killed by a Gwinnett County (Ga.) Police officer had pointed a black, bb gun at the officer prior to the shooting.

3 Ohio Officers Charged In Man's Death

September 17, 2012
Two Delaware County deputies and a State Highway Patrol trooper are facing charges almost two months after they failed to arrest a drunken man who spoke little English and left him at a Taco Bell. Not long afterward, the man was struck and killed by a vehicle.
<p>Photo courtesy of Hope PD.</p>

Ark. Officer Dies From West Nile Virus

September 17, 2012
A Hope (Ark.) Police sergeant died Saturday, after an 18-day battle with West Nile virus, the agency announced. Sgt. David "D.J." Johnson, 51, was one of nearly 40 people in the state to succumb to West Nile virus within the past several months.

Man with Eye Tattoo Shoots Alaska Cop

September 17, 2012
A known heroin user who opened fire on Anchorage (Alaska) Police officers from a hotel bathroom showed up Friday for his arraignment with distinctive tattoos on his face and right eyeball.
<p>Photo courtesy of Hodgenville PD.</p>

Ky. Officer Killed In High-Speed Pursuit

September 17, 2012
A Hodgenville (Ky.) Police officer died Sunday in a single-vehicle crash while pursuing a suspect after responding to a domestic violence call. Officer Mark Allen Taulbee, 43, was killed when his cruiser left the roadway on Kentucky Route 210 in LaRue County.
<p>Photo: Imgur</p>

Man Pays $137 Traffic Ticket with Origami Pigs In Donut Boxes

September 15, 2012
A man paid a $137 traffic ticket with 137 pig-shaped origami bills in Dunkin' Donut boxes that frustrated and amused the clerk and officers at the police station.
<p>Photo courtesy of the Department of Defense.</p>

Feds Order Ariz. Sheriff To Retrieve Military Items

September 15, 2012
A Pentagon agency that oversees surplus military goods has ordered the Pinal County Sheriff's Office to retrieve hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of merchandise it had requisitioned and then "loaned" to non-police organizations in violation of the program's rules.

Mom Ticketed After Boy Urinates In Street

September 15, 2012
A Philadelphia mother said she was outraged when a police officer gave your a $50 ticket and parenting lecture after her 2-year-old son urinated in public.

Office of Justice Programs Announces Safety Grants on Website

September 14, 2012
The federal Office of Justice Programs (OJP) has begun posting a weekly report of grants awarded to law enforcement agencies and other grantees, according to the office.

NLEOMF Offers 2013 Heroes Calendar

September 14, 2012
The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund (NLEOMF) announced the availability of its America 2013: Honoring our Heroes wall calendar.
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