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Wisconsin Officer Named NLEOMF Officer of the Month

February 21, 2008
The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund (NLEOMF) selected Officer Benjamin Henrich of the City of Prescott (Wis.) Police Department as its Officer of the Month for January 2008 for his efforts to save a woman and nearby residents from a dangerous natural gas leak.

Proposed Iowa Law Would Limit New Drivers' Cell Phone Use

February 15, 2008
A new Iowa bill, if passed, will prohibit text messaging and cell phone usage by those with an instruction permit or intermediate driver's license unless it is to contact law enforcement.

Man Gets Five Years for Assaulting Border Patrol Agent

February 8, 2008
A man who tried to run over a Border Patrol agent in an El Paso parking lot last year was sentenced to five years and 10 months in prison Wednesday in federal court.

South Carolina Chief Sentenced to Six Months

February 8, 2008
Santee, S.C., former police chief has been sentenced to six months in prison after pleading guilty to charges that he used town funds for personal use.

El Paso Hospital Locked Down by Police to Protect Mexican Assassination Target

January 29, 2008
The effects of cross-border violence fueled by drug cartels spilled over into El Paso Wednesday as a local hospital was locked down to protect a Chihuahua police commander who survived an assassination attempt.

FBI Warns About E-Mail Scam

January 25, 2008
The FBI has issued a nationwide alert asking people to watch out for e-mails claiming that they come from the agency and asking for personal information.

Suspect Arrested in Shooting of Southern California Officer

January 10, 2008
More than 200 law enforcement officers went house to house yesterday in the south Los Angeles County city of Gardena, searching for three men involved in the shooting of a local patrol officer. A suspect was apprehended hiding in a backyard hot tub.

N.C. Pizza Deliverer Shoots, Kills Robber

January 10, 2008
Charlotte-Mecklenburg police report that a local Domino's pizza driver shot and killed an armed robber earlier this week.

Canadian Woman Wins Legal Battle Against Her Drug Dealer

January 10, 2008
A Saskatchewan woman who says she almost died from an overdose of crystal methamphetamine has won a legal victory in a lawsuit against the man she says sold her the drug.

Radar Wins Speed Test Against GPS

January 2, 2008
A Sonoma County, Calif., judge has ruled a speeding case supported by an officer's radar cannot be thrown out. The speeder's GPS system allegedly recorded a speed contradictory to the radar reading, but the judge ruled radar more reliable.
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