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<p>Photo courtesy of West &nbsp;Bloomfield PD.</p>

Michigan Cop Killed Inside Suicidal Man's Home

September 10, 2012
West Bloomfield (Mich.) Police Officer Patrick O'Rourke was shot and killed when he entered the bedroom of a suicidal man and was met with gunfire late Sunday. The shooting led to a standoff police resolved Monday afternoon when a Michigan State Police robot helped police confirm the suspect was dead inside the home.
<p>Photo courtesy of Jupiter PD.</p>

Fla. Cop In Obama's Motorcade Struck, Killed

September 10, 2012
A Jupiter (Fla.) Police officer was killed Sunday after a truck struck his police motorcycle while the officer was preparing to shut down the highway for the presidential motorcade.
<p>Photo courtesy of North Carolina DPS.</p>

N.C. Trooper Killed While Deploying Stop Sticks

September 9, 2012
Trooper Bobby Demuth, 42, was killed on U.S. 64 near Spring Hope in Nash County near the end of a 20-mile chase initiated by the Raleigh Police Department.

Ga. Man Arrested, After Shooting Officer

September 7, 2012
Michael Anthony Brooks II, 24, was charged with three counts of aggravated assault, two counts of aggravated assault on a police officer, two counts of theft and two counts of obstruction of a police officer.

N.M. Trooper Probed In Crime Scene Photo Leak

September 7, 2012
A New Mexico State Police patrolman is the subject of an internal affairs investigation after images of a crime scene showing the body of a man killed in an officer-involved shooting were leaked to the public.

Shots Fired at Illinois High School

September 7, 2012
A student has been taken into custody after gun shots were fired into the ceiling of Normal Community High School in Normal, Illinois.
<p>Map via SH 130 Concession Co.</p>

Texas Toll Road Gets 85 MPH Limit, Fastest In Nation

September 7, 2012
The Texas Transportation Commission last week approved the new posted limit last week for the soon-to-open segment of toll road Texas 130 from just south of Austin to Interstate 10 in Seguin.

Drew Peterson Conviction Hinged On New Hearsay Law

September 7, 2012
Drew Peterson—the crass former Illinois police officer who gained notoriety after his much-younger wife vanished in 2007—was convicted Thursday of murdering a previous wife in a potentially precedent-setting case centered on secondhand hearsay statements.

Judge: Fort Hood Shooting Suspect Must Be Shaved

September 7, 2012
A military judge on Thursday ordered officials to forcibly shave Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan, the Army psychiatrist charged in the shooting rampage at the Fort Hood base here in 2009, a move that is likely to delay the start of his trial for weeks as his defense lawyers appeal the ruling.
<p>Photo courtesy of CHP.</p>

CHP Officer Succumbs To Wounds

September 6, 2012
The California Highway Patrol officer who was shot Tuesday while conducting a traffic stop died Wednesday evening. Officer Kenyon Youngstrom, 37, was a seven-year veteran of the agency. He leaves behind a wife and four children.
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