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SF Sheriff Pleads Guilty to False Imprisonment Misdemeanor

March 13, 2012
San Francisco Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi pleaded guilty to the lesser misdemeanor false imprisonment charge, ending his prosecution for a domestic dispute with his wife.

Amish Buggy Crashes Into N.Y. Deputy's Cruiser

March 12, 2012
Four young Amish adults were charged with illegally possessing alcohol Sunday evening, after their buggy collided with a Chautauqua County (N.Y.) Sheriff's patrol car.

Maryland Student Arrested for Online Death Threat

March 12, 2012
A 19-year-old student from the University of Maryland allegedly posted an online threat warning people to "stay away from the mall" because the student was planning to "kill enough people to make it to national news."

Officers at Clinic Shooting Trained for Virginia Tech-Style Incident

March 12, 2012
Six University of Pittsburgh officers responded to a shooting at the Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic within two minutes of the first emergency call. The officers, who killed the gunman, had been trained for a Virginia Tech-style campus shooting.

Mo. Trooper Expected To Fully Recover from Shooting

March 12, 2012
A Missouri State Highway Patrol trooper who was struck by gunfire from a car-load of narcotics suspects returned fire, killing one and wounding a second suspect.
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Ind. Bill On Resisting Police Moves Forward

March 12, 2012
An Indiana bill laying out when citizens can use force against law enforcement officers has reached Gov. Mitch Daniels' desk, after it passing the Senate late Friday.
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Denver Cop Claims Girlfriend Assaulted Him With Justin Bieber Doll

March 12, 2012
Officer Michael Nuanes Jr., 37, claimed his 42-year-old girlfriend hurled the Barbie-sized doll at him, injuring his foot. The Denver cop had allegedly assaulted his girlfriend.

Daughter of Wash. Officer Dies After Shooting

March 12, 2012
A Marysville (Wash.) Police officer's 7-year-old daughter, who was wounded Saturday afternoon when her sibling fired a gun that was inside their parents' van, died at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle early Sunday.

Ohio Police Department Shuts Down

March 12, 2012
City administrators shut down the Mount Sterling (Ohio) Police Department, after an officer used a TASER on a 9-year-old boy earlier this month. The incident apparently began when the boy refused to go to school.

2012 COPS Grants Benefit Military Veterans

March 9, 2012
The DOJ's Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) office will provide $111 million to law enforcement agencies later this year to hire or retain officers or deputies. Agencies requesting new-hire positions must hire military veterans.
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