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Surrendering Fugitives Overwhelm Camden, N.J., Authorities

November 27, 2008
During the four days of the program at Antioch Baptist Church, law enforcement agencies processed 2,245 people.

Des Moines Police to Use Holiday Gifts to Ensnare Thieves

November 27, 2008
Last year more than 1,300 thefts from Iowa vehicles were reported in November and December. Officials say they hope Operation Gift Wrap will deter thieves who plan to steal holiday cheer this year.

Baggage-Sniffing Federal Beagle Retires in Style at LAX

November 26, 2008
Customs officials, officers and four-legged colleagues turn out for Shiloh's retirement party. The dog reaches the mandatory federal retirement age of 9 next week.

L.A. County Sheriff's Deputy's Killing Remains a Mystery

November 26, 2008
Detectives hope a $95,000 reward will get witnesses to step forward in the possible gang-related shooting in August in Cypress Park.

Five California Officers Injured Rescuing Woman From Burning Home

November 26, 2008
Five Cypress, Calif., police officers were injured while rescuing a disoriented elderly woman from her burning two-story home Tuesday evening as she made her way deeper into the smoke-filled house, authorities said.

Chicago Officer Shoots, Kills Man Who Refused to Put Down Gun, Cops Say

November 26, 2008
A Chicago police tactical officer shot a man dead Tuesday morning when he responded to a domestic violence call on the South Side, police said.

FBI Warns of Possible Holiday Terror Plot Against New York City Subways

November 26, 2008
Federal authorities are warning law enforcement personnel of a possible terror plot against the New York City subway system during the holiday season.

Budget Cuts Force Washington Sheriff to Disband Vice Unit

November 26, 2008
County budget cuts approved Monday carried some good news for King County brothel owners -- the Sheriff's Office team responsible for shutting down the illicit establishments is to be eliminated.

Texas Prison Officials Plan Cell Phone Jamming Test

November 26, 2008
Buoyed by the successful test of cell-phone jamming technology Friday in a South Carolina prison, Texas officials confirmed Tuesday that they are working on a similar demonstration in the Lone Star State.

N.C. Carjacking Suspect Smacked with Frozen Turkey

November 25, 2008
Fred L. Ervin got his Thanksgiving turkey early this year. A passer-by armed with a frozen turkey used the bird as a cudgel upside Ervin's head Sunday while coming to the rescue of a woman outside a grocery store on Sunday, Fuquay-Varina police say.
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