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Video: Officers Exonerated In Ark. Courthouse Shooting

September 22, 2011
James Ray Palmer, 48, entered the Crawford County Courthouse in Van Buren on Sept. 13 with several handguns and a rifle. He began searching for Judge Gary Cottrell and, after entering his office, fired at staff members.

Chicago Officer's Death Attributed To Inhaling Cleaning Fluid

September 21, 2011
The autopsy of Kevin Robinson, 42, shows he died of a lung illness from inhaling the noxious fumes. Robinson, a 15-year veteran of the department, died April 4.

ATN Releases Dual-Purpose Thermal Weapon Sight

September 20, 2011
American Technologies Network has released the ThermoSight T50, a mission-flexible thermal sight that can be utilized as a weapon sight or a handheld rugged imager for scouting, surveillance, or covert operations.
<p>Photo: Pinal County Sheriff&#39;s Office.</p>

Ariz. Task Force Bust Nets Marijuana, Guns, Illegals

September 20, 2011
A task force in southern Arizona seized 4,369 pounds of marijuana, 40 undocumented aliens, four vehicles, and three weapons during an operation that involved multiple agencies, the Pinal County Sheriff's Office announced.

Fighters Scrambled After Airline Bathroom Incidents

September 12, 2011
The "suspicious" activity of passengers on two Sunday flights heading to D.C. and Detroit brought bomb squads, police response, and the scrambling of fighter jets on the 10-year anniversary of the 9/11 attacks.
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Shieldspike Introduces Hammerspike Window-Breaker

September 9, 2011
The Hammerspike can be mounted onto existing shields using a proprietary kydex mounting bracket or carried by itself as an emergency breaching tool for first responders.

Sheriff: IHOP Attack Worst In Carson City's History

September 8, 2011
The Carson City County (Nev.) Sheriff described a gunman's killing of four people at an IHOP restaurant this week as "the most devastating attack in Carson City's history."

Intense Manhunt Continues for Mass. Cop's Shooter

September 7, 2011
Officer Robert DeNapoli, 51, is hospitalized in good condition, and one person was taken into custody, but officials said two, possibly three, people wanted in connection with the incident remain on the run.
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Five Dead In Nevada IHOP Rampage

September 6, 2011
Three uniformed National Guard members were killed by a man who opened fire this morning in a Carson City, Nev., IHOP restaurant before shooting himself.
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Fla. Officer Struck by Gunfire Fighting for Her Life

September 4, 2011
Michael Lester is accused of firing more than 20 rounds at Officer Stacy Lee Booth, 26, after the officer responded to his home. As she approached the house, Lester allegedly fired his SKS rifle, striking Officer Booth in the holster, abdomen, and right arm.
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