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Man Spits PCP in Face of Cleveland Officer

March 20, 2014
An internal police document reveals a man spit PCP -- a hallucinogenic drug -- onto the face of a Cleveland police officer Wednesday night.

Court OKs Calif. Practice of Taking DNA Samples of Felony Suspects

March 20, 2014
A federal appeals court Thursday upheld the constitutionality of California’s practice of taking and storing DNA profiles from anyone arrested on suspicion of a felony.
<p>Alejandro &quot;Alex&quot; Valadez was a decorated Chicago officer (Photo: Chicago PD)</p>

Chicago Cop Killers Get Century Sentences

March 20, 2014
Valadez, 27, was killed while investigating a report of shots fired in Englewood, a violent district he’d transferred to in hopes of making a difference.

Ct. Public Employee PTSD Bill Clears Senate

March 20, 2014
In legislation approved 18-5 that next heads to the House floor and other committees, teachers, emergency medical personnel, state and local police, and firefighters would be able to file claims for mental-health counseling following post-traumatic stress diagnoses by board-certified psychiatrists or psychologists.

Researcher Says Twitter Analysis Can Predict Crime

March 20, 2014
While criminals occasionally taunt law enforcement via Twitter, few are dumb or bold enough to tweet their plans ahead of time.
<p>Deputy Ricky Del Fiorentino (Photo: Facebook)</p>

Calif. Deputy Killed by Suspected Carjacker

March 20, 2014
When authorities arrived, "Deputy Del Fiorentino's car was riddled with rifle (fire), and Deputy Del Fiorentino was deceased in the driver's seat of the patrol car," Mendocino County Sheriff Tom Allman said.

Carjacking Suspect Killed, Officer Injured in Phoenix Incident

March 18, 2014
Phoenix police say the incident began as a police pursuit of a stolen vehicle in north Phoenix. The pursuit continued into downtown Phoenix, where the suspects pulled into an underground garage at CityScape, bailed and carjacked another vehicle.
<p>Capt. Tom Rousset (Photo: Ozark (Mo.) PD)</p>

Veteran Mo. Officer Dies of Heart Attack

March 18, 2014
Rousset, said to be in his late 40s, had been with the department for 16 years. He received a 15-year recognition for his service in August 2012.
<p>Officer Jim Morrissy (Photo: Oak Forest Police Department)</p>

Illinois Officer Dies After Cruiser Crash

March 18, 2014
"Officer Morrissy was responding to assist another officer on a domestic situation and was attempting to turn left off of 160th Street onto Cicero Avenue when another vehicle traveling south on Cicero Avenue struck the squad car in the driver's side," according to a statement from the Oak Forest police department.
<p>Lafayette County (Ark.) Chief Deputy Pete Richardson (Photo: Lafayette County Sheriff&#39;s Office)</p>

Ark. Chief Deputy Killed in Wreck, Charges Filed

March 18, 2014
A homeless man has been charged with second-degree murder for causing the death of Lafayette County (Ark.) Chief Deputy Sheriff Allen Ray “Pete” Richardson on Monday afternoon in a three-vehicle accident on U.S. 82 west of Lewisville.
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