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<p>Clayton County (Ga.) Sheriff&#39;s Deputy Richard Daly. Photo: POLICE file</p>

Teen's Trial Starts In Killing of Ga. Deputy

May 2, 2012
A Georgia deputy's final radio transmission was played in court on the opening day of testimony in the trial of the teenager who allegedly gunned down the deputy.

Fla. Deputies Fired for 'Extreme Loafing'

May 2, 2012
A sergeant and three deputies with the Pinellas County (Fla.) Sheriff's Office have been fired for "extreme loafing and idling" that cheated taxpayers and endangered public safety.

Sanford Interim Chief To Provide 'Outsider' Perspective

May 2, 2012
A former Colorado Springs (Colo.) Police chief will serve as the interim Sanford (Fla.) Police chief to provide an outsider perspective on the Trayvon Martin shooting.
<p>CC_Flickr: <a href=&quot;http://www.flickr.com/photos/tbisaacs/3911558890&quot; target=&quot;_blank&quot;>Travis Isaacs</a></p>

German Cops Use Ear Prints To Catch Serial Burglar

May 1, 2012
Police in Germany have linked a Macedonian man to 96 burglaries using fingerprints, DNA evidence, and ear prints.

Protesters Vandalize SFPD Station

May 1, 2012
Vandals splattered paint and broke a window Monday night at the Mission District Police Station on Valencia Street after a large group marched from Dolores Park.

Man Convicted In NYC Subway Bomb Plot

May 1, 2012
A Queens man was convicted of a host of terrorism charges on Tuesday for participating in a plot led by al-Qaeda to stage suicide attacks in the New York subways, an effort that prosecutors said was stopped just days before three former high school classmates planned to set off homemade bombs during rush hour.

Miss. Investigator Killed Serving Warrant on Pedophile

May 1, 2012
A Pearl (Miss.) Police Department officer was fatally shot and two others were injured inside an apartment on Tuesday while serving a warrant for sexual battery and molestation.
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LAX Security Tightened On Anniversary of Bin Laden Killing

May 1, 2012
Security was expected to be on heightened alert at Los Angeles International Airport and other Southland airports for Tuesday's one-year anniversary of the death of al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden, and in response to reports that terrorist organizations may try to use surgically implanted bombs to bypass security checks.

Anarchists Planned Bombing of Cleveland-Area Bridge, 2 LE Centers

May 1, 2012
FBI agents arrested five members of an anarchist group Monday who are charged with planning to bomb an Ohio bridge and identifying other targets including a justice center, fusion center, second bridge, Federal Reserve Bank, and Ku Klux Klan location.

N.H. Trooper Rescues Man From Fiery Wreck

April 30, 2012
A New Hampshire State Police Trooper was injured Sunday night rescuing a driver who was trapped after his car crashed in Andover and later burst into flames.
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