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Suit Accuses Albuquerque PD of Racial Profiling

June 8, 2008
Albuquerque police officers stopped Edward Henry's rental car, forced him to get out at gunpoint and accused the Dallas engineer of coming to the city to steal a car, according to a federal lawsuit he has filed against the city. To the contrary, Henry, an engineer for ABB Inc., was in town in May 2006 to teach a class for the city-county water authority, but instead he left immediately after the incident.

S.C. Law Gives Bikers OK to Run Red Lights

May 30, 2008
South Carolina has joined six other states that let motorcyclists, mo-ped drivers and bicyclists run red lights that don't change within a couple minutes of their stopping.

Former Atlanta Officer Found Guilty of Lying to Investigators

May 21, 2008
The jury acquitted Tesler on two charges from the illegal 2006 narcotics raid in which officers shot and killed 92-year-old Kathryn Johnston in her northwest Atlanta home. It found him guilty of lying in an official investigation in the cover-up of police wrongdoing that followed the shooting.

Texas Syndicate Gang Members Reach Plea Deals

May 15, 2008
Three members of the Texas Syndicate gang who faced trial today on federal racketeering charges involving murder and drug dealing have reached plea deals with the government.

Scott Health & Safety and Grayling Sign OEM Agreement for ClearCalm

May 8, 2008
Scott Health & Safety and Grayling Wireless USA Inc. announced that they have entered into an OEM agreement for the marketing of Grayling's ClearCalm wireless communication system for first responders.

Another Philly Cop-Killer Suspect Caught

May 8, 2008
Eric DeShawn Floyd, 33, the fugitive wanted in the slaying of police Sgt. Stephen Liczbinski, quietly went with police after authorities raided a vacant home in West Philadelphia late last night where he was sleeping with his girlfriend.

96 Arrested in San Diego State Drug Bust

May 6, 2008
Ninety-six people have been arrested, including 75 students, after a six-month undercover drug investigation centering on San Diego State University, the district attorney's office announced today.

Philly Cop-Killer Suspect Paroled in 2006

May 5, 2008
The man who police said killed Sgt. Stephen Liczbinski was under parole supervision for a 1996 Philadelphia robbery after serving the minimum of a 9- to 18-year prison sentence, according to state officials.

Officers to Sit on Krispy Kreme Roofs for Special Olympics

May 1, 2008
Krispy Kreme Doughnuts Inc. and law enforcement officers have united again this year for the annual Cops on Doughnut Shops program to benefit Special Olympics.

Man Wanted for Allegedly Killing Texas Trooper is Former Police Officer

May 1, 2008
The man who is the subject of a region wide manhunt after allegedly killing a Texas state trooper was once a peace officer himself.
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