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Woman Attempts to Use $1 Million Bill

March 12, 2004
A woman in Covington, Georgia, tried to use a fake $1 million bill to purchase items at Wal-Mart.

Two Detroit Cops Killed, Man Charged

February 20, 2004
A man has been charged with shooting two Detroit police officers to death after a seemingly routine traffic stop.

Insurance Fraud Conviction on the Rise

February 20, 2004
More and more people are trying to cash in by claiming injuries after staging a car crash. State insurance fraud bureaus are dealing with an increase of about 31 percent in criminal fraud conviction in 2002, according to a study by the Coalition Against Insurance Fraud.

Anti-Drug Pamphlets Use Pictures

February 13, 2004
A new series of booklets communicates the dangers of drug abuse to a low-literacy audience.

Man Registers Vehicle During Traffic Stop

January 9, 2004
A motorist in New Brunswick, N.J., who was cited by an officer for having an unregistered vehicle, got his car registered online before the ticket was written.

Ashcroft Faces Senate Hearing

January 5, 2004
WASHINGTON - The Senate Judiciary Committee will question Attorney General John Ashcroft's actions in prosecuting the war on terrorism and protecting the public.

Police in San Francisco Join Forces to Catch Drunk Drivers

December 5, 2003
No less than 14 law enforcement agencies in the San Francisco Bay area are working together this holiday season to get intoxicated drivers off the roads. The three-week crackdown beginning Dec. 12 has been dubbed, “Avoid the 14.”

Cocaine Found in Guacamole Tubs

September 26, 2003
Chicago police have arrested four men and charged them with drug possession after finding an estimated $39 million worth of high-grade cocaine hidden inside buckets of frozen Mexican avocado pulp.

Ford to Offer Fire Suppression Option in 2005 Police Vehicles

August 29, 2003
Ford plans to offer a fire-suppression system originally developed for military vehicles on its 2005 Crown Victoria Police Interceptors. In response to complaints of rear-impact car collisions causing fuel-tank fires in Ford police cruisers, the company has pledged to correct the problem with this most recent development.

Ashcroft Defends Patriot Act

August 20, 2003
Attorney General John Ashcroft has launched a campaign to defend the anti-terrorism law passed shortly after 9/11. The law, often called the USA Patriot Act, has received harsh criticism for giving the government too much power over the rights of citizens and immigrants.
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