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<p>Master-at-Arms 2nd Class Mark A. Mayo (Photo: U.S. Navy)</p>

Navy LEO Murdered on Destroyer in Norfolk Port

March 27, 2014
Mayo, serving as the chief-of-the-guard, rendered assistance after seeing the suspect board the ship. Mayo put himself between the gunman and the petty officer of the watch and as a result was fatally wounded. The gunman was killed by Navy security forces. He has not been identified.
<p>Calif. State Sen. Leland Yee (Photo: Official Photo)</p>

Calif. State Senator, Gun Control Advocate Busted for Arms Trafficking

March 27, 2014
Yee discussed helping an undercover agent get weapons worth $500,000 to $2.5 million, including shoulder-fired automatic weapons and missiles, and took him through the entire process of acquiring them from a Muslim separatist group in the Philippines to bringing them to the United States, according to the affidavit by FBI Special Agent Emmanuel V. Pascua.

Off-Duty N.C. Deputy Shoots, Kills Restaurant Robber

March 27, 2014
Dep. John L. Kempf, 41, was dining at the China Buffet when he confronted the suspect who was carrying a shotgun and wearing a mask, police say.
<p>Tyler Endsley (Photo: Orange County Jail)</p>

Fla. Man "High on Xanax" Fires on Patrol Car

March 26, 2014
A 20-year-old Apopka, Fla., man was arrested Tuesday after police said he admitted shooting up an Apopka police car at a 7-Eleven.
Tags: Florida

Man Gets Life for 1996 Killing of N.C. Officer

March 26, 2014
On Oct. 5, 1996, Scott Vincent Sica fired a 9 mm Beretta handgun nine times at police Sgt. Gregory Keith Martin during a traffic stop, according to testimony in Yadkin Superior Court. Sica was 20 at the time; Martin was 30.
<p>Photo: Motion Computing</p>

Motion Computers Debuts Rugged Windows Tablet

March 25, 2014
Motion Computing today announced the latest offering in its mobile technology portfolio – the Motion R12 Rugged Platform. Designed to empower the worker who moves from the field to the vehicle to the office, the R12 Platform includes a sleek and lightweight FHD 12.5-inch tablet along with a wide array of thoughtfully designed accessories.

Video: Critically Wounded Calif. K-9 Expected to Survive

March 24, 2014
An Anaheim, Calif., police dog that was shot in the face Thursday while chasing probation suspects was able to eat under his own power for the first time Sunday in what police officials are calling β€œan important step to his recovery.”

Video: Albuquerque PD Releases Footage of Controversial Camper Shooting

March 24, 2014
Boyd appeared to pull out knives in both hands as an officer with a dog approached him. He made what the Albuquerque Journal describes as a threatening motion toward the officer, then started to turn around away from police just before he is shot.

L.A. Man Police Say Shot at Officers Found Dead After SWAT Standoff

March 24, 2014
A man suspected of shooting at two Los Angeles police officers, injuring one, before barricading himself inside a large Hollywood Hills home Monday has died, authorities said.
<p>Albuquerque PD K-9 Rico (Photo: Albuquerque PD)</p>

Albuquerque K-9 Recovering from Gunshot Wounds

March 24, 2014
The burglary suspect was found dead shortly after the shooting, but Albuquerque PD spokesperson told the Albuquerque Journal that none of its officers had discharged their weapons during the incident.
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