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Accused Cop Killer Laughs During New York Trial

November 13, 2008
The deeper and more disturbing mystery was how Bostic could find anything funny at all as he and his co-defendants stood accused of killing Police Officer Russel Timoshenko and wounding Det. Herman Yan.

DA Validates San Diego Officer's Fatal Shooting

November 13, 2008
Gregory Allen Mudd, 30, of Rancho Bernardo, was mortally wounded last November he led officers on a chase that exceeded speeds of 100 mph, ending with him ramming two patrol cars and knocking down an officer.

Police Say Detroit Woman Killed by Drag Racers

November 13, 2008
A Detroit Police spokesman said the woman died and her passenger was injured when a Ford Mustang hit her car at 6:35 p.m. She was taken to Detroit Receiving Hospital, where she was declared dead at 7:04 p.m.

Oakland Police Tax Rejected by Voters

November 6, 2008
The measure would have added 105 police officers and 75 police-service technicians to Oakland's force. Supporters said the initiative was sorely needed, while opponents said city leaders must manage existing tax funds better before asking for more money
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Sheriff Arpaio Wins Unprecedented Fifth Term

November 6, 2008
Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio won an unprecedented fifth term Tuesday as voters across the Valley overwhelmingly returned him to office. Arpaio easily survived a challenge from former Buckeye Police Chief Dan Saban, despite a wide array of groups that aligned themselves with Saban to try to oust the controversial sheriff.

Detroit Police Kill Man in Shootout

November 5, 2008
Detroit Police officers shot and killed a 30-year-old city resident on the east side early this morning after the man shot at officers, according to investigators.

Michigan Legalizes Medical Marijuana

November 5, 2008
Michigan voters favored sanctioning the use of medical marijuana to treat debilitating illness Tuesday, apparently rejecting arguments that doing so would increase crime and juvenile drug use.

Oregon Police Chief Resigns Position After Demotion for Iraq, Afghanistan Service

November 3, 2008
Two months before he was scheduled to return to Sherwood, former Police Chief Bill Middleton says the city’s manager, Ross Schultz, flew to the East Coast to ask him to become deputy police chief and allow former Oregon State Police Superintendent Ron Ruecker — who had taken over as interim police chief in Middleton’s absence — to take over as the chief of police.

Dallas PD Implements New Program to Clean Up Crime-Ridden Neighborhood

October 31, 2008
If the program succeeds, the city hopes to use it as a model in other rundown areas, Dallas police Sgt. Sheldon Smith said.

National Guard Troops Volunteer to Stop Devils Night Arson in Detroit

October 30, 2008
Some are wearing their uniforms while they take part in the anti-arson watch that started Wednesday night and continues through Friday; others are in plain clothes, National Guard Lt. Ross Wallace said Wednesday.
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