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Deputy Who Arrested Mel Gibson Sues His Agency

September 8, 2010
James Mee, who is still employed with the department, claims supervisors passed him over for promotions and that his job performance has been unfairly scrutinized, after he refused to redact Gibson's anti-Semitic remarks from his incident report.

Prominent Seattle Attorney Called Deputy A 'Nazi' During DUI Arrest

September 4, 2010
Anne Bremner called the deputy a Nazi and the "creepiest officer" she'd ever met. She also threatened "I will sue your ass" and "it'll be bad for you guys," according to the report.

How to Handle an APE Situation

September 3, 2010
Every department has had one or so, and will continue to have them. I'm not talking about a commissioner's kid getting a parking ticket. The commissioner's kid is arrested for a felony and the media is swirling.

Paris Hilton May Challenge LV Metro's Search In Cocaine Bust

August 30, 2010
Hilton's attorneys may argue officers didn't follow proper procedure by taking her from the scene. She is also claiming the purse didn't belong to her, according to the report.

Texas Motor Officer's Family Sues Hillary Clinton

February 24, 2010
The family of Victor Lozada filed the suit, which was first reported by legal blog Tex Parte. The suit names Clinton, her campaign organization, the city of Dallas, and the helmet manufacturer.

Richard "Mack" Machowicz of "FutureWeapons" Gives Exclusive Interview to POLICE Magazine

March 13, 2009
The host of "FutureWeapons" brings his motivational message of "Not Dead Can't Quit" to TREXPO West. Read the entire interview with "Mack" only at PoliceMag.com.
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