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<p>Sylville&nbsp;Smith (Photo: Facebook)</p>

Man Killed in Milwaukee Police Shooting Had Long Record of Arrests

August 15, 2016
Last year, Smith was charged with first-degree recklessly endangering safety involving a shooting and with witness intimidation, but the charges were dismissed, court records show.

Milwaukee Chief: Suspect Had Gun, Turned Toward Officer Before Shooting

August 15, 2016
The man who was shot and killed by a Milwaukee police officer on Saturday – an incident which sparked a night of violent protests – is seen on body camera footage with a loaded gun in his hand, officials said at a Sunday news conference.

1 Person Shot, Officer Injured in Second Night of Milwaukee Unrest

August 15, 2016
Local television showed police forming a line and using shields to deflect the objects. One police officer fell to the ground after apparently being hit by one of the objects and was moved away by fellow officers. Police also said an injured officer was taken to hospital after a rock broke the windshield of a squad car.

National Guard Activated in Response to Milwaukee Rioting

August 14, 2016
"I have activated the Wisconsin National Guard to be in a position to aid local law enforcement upon request," Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker said in a statement Sunday.

Video: Former Olympian Serves with Fort Worth Police

August 14, 2016
An Olympic athlete from Fort Worth, TX, who represented the United States in the 2004 Athens Games is now serving her community as a police officer.

Long Island Officer Stabbed, Suspect Shot by Backup Officer

August 14, 2016
A Suffolk County, NY, Police officer was seriously injured after being stabbed in the face Saturday afternoon and the man who stabbed him is in critical condition after being shot by another officer, police said.

Video: Rioting Erupts in Milwaukee After Fatal OIS of Armed Suspect

August 14, 2016
Six businesses, including a gas station, and at least one car were set ablaze, and an officer was hit by a brick in the Saturday night riots..
<p>Officer Shannon Brown of the Fenton (LA) Police Department died six days after he was struck by a vehicle at a traffic stop. (Photo: Fenton PD)</p>

LA Officer Struck by Vehicle Last Week Succumbs to Injuries

August 14, 2016
A Fenton, LA, police officer hit by a car during a traffic stop last Sunday has died. Officer Shannon Brown died Saturday morning.
<p>Eastman, GA, police officer Tim Smith was shot and killed Saturday night. (Photo: GBI)</p>

GA Officer Killed Responding to Suspicious Person Call, Suspect at Large

August 14, 2016
Officer Tim Smith, 31, was shot when he got of out his patrol car. Though Smith returned fire, the suspect, later identified as Royheem Delshawn Deeds, got away. The Georgia Bureau of Investigation is leading the manhunt and investigation.

NM Officer Shot and Killed at Traffic Stop, 3 Suspects in Custody

August 13, 2016
Three suspects were in custody Saturday after investigators said one of them shot a New Mexico police officer in the neck during a Friday afternoon traffic stop, killing him, before trying to speed away.
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