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Colo. Lawmen Killed In Plane Crash

September 2, 2012
A Pueblo County (Colo.) Sheriff's captain and retired deputy were killed Saturday when their Piper plane went down while they searched for marijuana grows in the Wet Mountains.
<p>Photo: West Virginia State Police</p>

Second W.Va. Trooper Dies

August 31, 2012
The second West Virginia State Police trooper shot by a handcuffed man during a traffic stop late Tuesday has succumbed to his wounds, the agency announced.

San Diego Padres Host Law Enforcement Appreciation Night

August 31, 2012
The San Diego Padres will host a law enforcement appreciation night at Petco Park on Sept. 28 when the team hosts the rival San Francisco Giants.
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<p>Photo: Milspec</p>

NTOA Recommends Milspec's Cobra Cuffs

August 31, 2012
The National Tactical Officers Association (NTOA) has recommended Milspec Plastics' Cobra Cuffs, which received a 4.88 out of 5.0 score via the Member Tested and Recommended program.

Ex-Marine Kills 2, Self at N.J. Supermarket

August 31, 2012
The apparently disgruntled worker entered the store around 4 a.m. and shot two people and then himself. The gunman, an ex-Marine, was armed with an AK-47 and an automatic pistol.

Five LAPD Cops Investigated for In-Custody Death

August 31, 2012
Five Los Angeles Police officers are under investigation in the death of a woman who died in custody after resisting arrest.
<p>Sgt. Lowell Russell. Photo: THP</p>

Tenn. Cops Honored for Saving Trooper

August 30, 2012
Knoxville (Tenn.) Police Department Officers Andrew Keith and Steve Taylor both were honored with the department's Medal of Merit on Monday for their lifesaving actions to rescue a state trooper at the scene of a fiery crash in March.

Video: S.C. Deputy Shoots Knife-Wielding Attacker

August 30, 2012
A Clarendon County (S.C.) Sheriff's deputy was forced to shoot a man who attacked him with a seven-inch butcher knife while he was citing a motorist for speeding.
<p>Photo: Paul Clinton</p>

Killers of NYPD Cop Bid for Parole

August 30, 2012
Four men convicted in the 1988 killing a young New York City police officer will be coming up for parole for the first time in November.

Students, Parents Struck By 100-Year-Old Driver Outside School

August 30, 2012
A 100-year-old man hit 11 people—including nine children—with his car Wednesday just after classes at Main Street Elementary had let out for the day.
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