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<p>Screenshot via <a href=&quot;http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CB0pwLWG3LE&amp;feature=player_embedded&quot; target=&quot;_blank&quot;>WPTZ</a>.</p>

Vermont Cruiser Crusher Pleads Not Guilty

August 7, 2012
The Vermont farmer accused of flattening seven Orleans County Sheriff's cruiser in a tractor rampage pleaded not guilty to the charges on Tuesday and remains in custody with a $50,000 bail.

Ky. Department Shifts To Dodge Chargers

August 6, 2012
The Hazard (Ky.) Police Department is replacing its Ford Crown Victoria fleet with Dodge Chargers, beginning with the purchase of five vehicles. Sgt. Paul Campbell told the newspaper that the department chose the Charger because of its fuel economy and speed.

Angry Vt. Farmer Charged with Driving Tractor Over 7 Sheriff's Vehicles

August 3, 2012
A farmer who was arrested last month expressed his displeasure Thursday afternoon in Newport, Vt., by driving a heavy tractor over seven police vehicles owned by the Orleans County Sheriff’s Department, authorities said.

St. Petersburg Unveils Armored Rescue Vehicle

August 2, 2012
The St. Petersburg (Fla.) Police Department publicly unveiled its new Lenco BearCat armored rescue vehicle for high-risk encounters involving the SWAT team.

Ala. Agency Converts 30 Vehicles to Propane Autogas

August 2, 2012
The Mobile (Ala.) Police Department is converting 30 cruisers to run on clean propane autogas, according to Alliance Autogas.
<p>Photo courtesy of Washington State Patrol.</p>

Washington State Patrol Replacing Crown Vics With Caprice PPV

July 26, 2012
The Washington State Patrol has begun the process of replacing 650 Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptors with the Chevrolet Caprice PPV. The agency has just begun the process and currently has five Caprice PPV sedans in the fleet.
<p>Photo courtesy of Yakima County Sheriff&#39;s Office.</p>

Chevy Caprice PPVs Arrive for Wash. Sheriff

July 24, 2012
The Yakima County (Wash.) Sheriff's Office took delivery of 17 Chevrolet Caprice patrol vehicles, replacing more than half its patrol fleet of Ford Crown Victorias.

Mass. Agency Chooses Chevy Caprice for Duty

July 24, 2012
Starting this fall, the look of police cruisers in Lowell, Mass., will begin to change dramatically as the department begins buying 2013 Chevrolet Caprice police-patrol vehicles now that the ubiquitous Ford Crown Victoria is out of production.
<p>Photo courtesy of PCSO.</p>

Calif. Sheriff Opts for Chevy Tahoe As New Patrol Vehicle

July 13, 2012
The Placer County (Calif.) Sheriff's Office chose the Chevrolet Tahoe for its superior handling, large cargo area, more power, and better fuel economy.
<p>Photo: Streamlight</p>

Streamlight Introduces Solar Vehicle Panel

July 12, 2012
Streamlight has introduced the SolarStream, a supplemental solar charging panel for police vehicles. The SolarStream helps to offset battery drain from computer systems and other rechargeable electronics.
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