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Man Sets Girlfriend and Three Children on Fire, All Die

July 15, 2004
A man lit his girlfriend and three small children on fire after holding them at gunpoint and covering them with gasoline as he drove, authorities said. The car crashed into flames in a small town near Tacoma, Wash. All five died.

Right to Carry Bill Passes Senate, Ready for Bush’s Signature

July 8, 2004
The Senate has passed H.R. 218, the “Law Enforcement Officers Safety Act,” that will allow qualified current and retired police officers to legally carry a concealed weapon in any of the 50 states. Click here to comment on this topic at Police forums.

Cop Gets Her Purse Back From Thief

July 8, 2004
A purse snatcher chose the wrong person to target when he confronted a blonde woman alone in a parking lot. She was an off-duty St. Louis County, Mo., police officer.

U.S. Prison Population Increase Largest in Four Years

June 10, 2004
The nation's prisons and jails held 57,600 more inmates in June 2003 than at the same time the previous year, according to a recent report from the Justice Department.

Cancer Drug Gaining Popularity on Streets

May 27, 2004
Fairly new to the Philadelphia streets are “perc-a-pops,” which Philadelphia police started to identify last summer, says Capt. Chris Werner, who commands the Philadelphia Police Department’s narcotics investigative unit. A perc-a-pop looks like a lollipop, but it’s really a prescription drug that contains the painkiller fentanyl, an opioid.

Cops Get Lamborghini Patrol Car

May 20, 2004
Italian police are now using a Lamborghini Gallardo sports car as a patrol vehicle. It’s painted blue and white like any other patrol car in Italy and has a blue light on the roof.

DEA Agent Shoots Own Leg While Teaching Gun Safety

April 30, 2004
An agent with the Drug Enforcement Administration fired his gun at himself in front of 50 adults and children while conducting a class on gun safety in Orlando, Fla.

Man Lists Robbery on To-Do List

April 23, 2004
John Sarver, 47, pleaded guilty to six counts of bank robbery after police searching his home found a list reminding him to rob a bank.

Mock Prison Riot Showcases Corrections Technologies

April 2, 2004
The eighth annual OLETC Mock Prison Riot is designed to showcase new and emerging corrections, law enforcement, and public safety technologies by allowing teams of officers to experience them firsthand in various scenarios.
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