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Richmond Officer Dedicates Playground for Domestic Violence Shelter in Her Mother’s Honor

May 6, 2005
Verizon Wireless is donating $5,000 through the HopeLine cellphone recycling program to the YWCA of Richmond to rebuild a playground at the organization’s domestic violence shelter in honor of Richmond PD Det. Carol Adams’ mother, Orine, who died in a domestic violence incident.

Minuteman Project to End Border Patrol Vigil

April 22, 2005
A group of armed volunteers that gathered along Arizona’s border with Mexico to curb illegal immigration has said it will stop monitoring the border, but will not completely disband.

Fewer Parents Talk to Teens About Drugs

March 11, 2005
Twelve percent of parents have never talked to their kids about the risks of drug use, up from six percent six years ago, according to a new survey conducted by the Partnership for a Drug Free America. This trend has many concerned, especially because more parents have been found to underestimate their children’s risk for drug abuse.

Man Coughs up Cocaine While in Custody

March 4, 2005
A man could face up to 25 years in prison for criminal possession of a controlled substance after coughing up a plastic baggy containing 11 packets of cocaine.

Woman Sells Fake “Duff” Beer

February 3, 2005
A Brisbane, Australia, woman pleaded guilty to selling three cases of Duff brand beer on eBay. The problem was the beer didn’t exist.

New Border Crossing Technology to be Tested

January 27, 2005
The same radio microchip technology by which many cars automatically pay highway tolls as they speed by could soon accelerate the process of checking motorists at U.S. borders crossings.

Man Accused of Robbery Asks Victim for a Date

January 27, 2005
Police say a man involved in robbing a Domino’s Pizza delivery woman later called the victim on his cell phone, apologizing for the crime and asking her out on a date.

Army Considers Changing Reserve Officer Policy

January 13, 2005
National Guard and Reserve officers in the Army could be asked to serve multiple two-year tours with a policy shift aimed at swelling the ranks stretched thin by troops deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan, according to a senior Army official.

New System Feared Too Harsh on Denver Cops

December 22, 2004
A new department policy designed to identify and punish trouble-making officers before they cause any serious problems has drawn criticism from the cops themselves, worried it will unfairly treat officers simply trying to do their jobs.

Hate Crimes in 2003 Reached More Than 7,000

November 23, 2004
Showing a slight rise in total numbers over 2002, the number of hate crimes reported in the United States last year reached more than 7,400 incidents, according to a recent FBI report.
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