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Video: Speeding Miami Cop Gets Community Service

April 6, 2012
The Miami Police officer who was caught doing more than 100 mph on the Florida Turnpike by a Highway Patrol trooper accepted a plea deal in court on Thursday.
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3 Plead Guilty In 'Fast & Furious' Case

April 6, 2012
Three men pleaded guilty on Thursday to charges of trafficking high-powered rifles and other guns to Mexico from Arizona under the botched "Fast and Furious" federal sting operation tied to the murder of a U.S. federal agent.

Conn. Poised To Repeal Death Penalty

April 6, 2012
Connecticut is poised to become the 17th state in the nation to repeal the death penalty after the initiative cleared the state senate on Thursday.

Video: Texas Cop Fatally Shot at Walmart

April 6, 2012
An Austin (Texas) Police Department officer was fatally shot after responding to a report of an intoxicated man at a Walmart early Friday. Senior Police Officer Jaime Padron was shot in the neck at point-blank range after arriving at the Walmart off I-35 near Parmer Lane.

L.A. Sheriff's Capt. Took Inmate Golfing

April 5, 2012
A Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department captain apparently took a convicted jewel thief out for golf tips.

Former Ind. Deputy Charged With Ghost Employment

April 5, 2012
The investigation determined Donald Prout was working private security while he was supposed to be serving warrants for the sheriff or attending training classes.

S.C. Deputy Fires 11 Rounds Into Sedan

April 5, 2012
A Charleston County (S.C.) Sheriff's deputy fired 11 rounds into a sedan driven by a suspect who was attempting to run him down on Monday.

Missouri Cop Struck During Traffic Stop

April 5, 2012
When the officer began questioning the suspect about a possible drug violation, the suspect accelerated backwards, knocking the officer to the ground. The officer fired a shot at the vehicle, striking it in a front tire.

Married S.C. Cops Resign After DV Call

April 5, 2012
Two married Greer (S.C.) Police officers resigned from the force on Monday, following a domestic violence investigation.

Man Gets 7 Years for Running Down Iowa Cop

April 5, 2012
Keith Terry, a communications tower worker whose life plummeted after a drunken trip to the Iowa State Fair last year, will spend up to seven years in prison for drunkenly running down a Des Moines police officer.
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