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Pa. Teen Gets 25 to 50 years for Shooting Two Officers

October 16, 2008
Donyea Phillips, who pleaded guilty in July to two counts of attempted murder and related charges, apologized to Officers Christopher Reed and Stephen Holts. Phillips insisted to Common Pleas Court Judge Glenn B. Bronson that he did not know police were trying to come through the door when he blindly fired through a window Nov. 13.

Texas Sheriff Charged with Helping Mexican Cartel Smuggle Drugs

October 15, 2008
Federal agents arrested Starr County Sheriff Reymundo "Rey" Guerra on Tuesday for his alleged role in a drug trafficking organization with ties to the Gulf Cartel.

Feds Charge 14 in St. Louis with Illegally Sending Money to Palestinians

October 15, 2008
A federal indictment made public Tuesday accuses 14 people of operating a criminal enterprise in St. Louis that illegally funneled money to the Palestinian territories. Although the FBI's Joint Terrorism Task Force was one of the agencies on the case, officials would not comment on whether they think terrorism was involved in the crime.
Tags: Terrorism, FBI

Officers and Families to Mark 17th Anniversary of National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial

October 14, 2008

U.S. Attorney General Michael Mukasey and Jennifer Thacker, national president of Concerns of Police Survivors, will join law enforcement officers, supporters, and surviving family members of officers killed in the line of duty in commemorating the 17th anniversary of the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in Washington, DC.

LAPD Officer Named NLEOMF Officer of the Month

October 13, 2008
The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund (NLEOMF) has announced the selection of Police Officer III Andrew Taylor of the Los Angeles Police Department as its most recent Officer of the Month.

K-9 Down Training Early Registration Available

October 10, 2008
K-9 Down is a specialized training program for working dog handlers and emergency professionals who respond to injured canines. Upcoming courses will be available in North Carolina, Florida, and New York.
Tags: K-9 Units

Two Aryan Brotherhood Members Convicted in Plot to Kill N.M. Deputy

October 9, 2008
The jury convicted Robert Guyton,Krusty Cook and Samuel Zachary Arrington on two counts each. Both were out of prison and, the prosecution charged, involved in arranging meetings to set up a revenge hit on former Otero County Sheriff's Deputy Billy Anders because he had killed an Aryan Brotherhood leader in New Mexico.

Al Sharpton on Trial, Not Cops, Judge Says

October 9, 2008
A Manhattan judge warned Monday he won't let the Rev. Al Sharpton argue the history of police brutality in his minitrial over protests after the Sean Bell verdict. Manhattan Criminal Court Judge Larry Stephen cut off a lawyer for one of Sharpton's co-defendants who brought up other questionable police shootings.

Sex Offenders Challenge Mo. Law Banning Them from Halloween Activities

October 8, 2008
Four Missouri sex offenders are challenging a new state law that confines them to their darkened homes on Halloween and restricts them from contact with children that night.

Armor Holdings Products Settles Zylon Matter with U.S. Department of Justice

October 7, 2008

Armor Holdings Products, LLC (AHP) and the United States, acting through the Department of Justice (DOJ), have agreed to resolve allegations raised by DOJ regarding AHP's sales of Zylon-containing bullet-resistant vests between 2000 and 2005.

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