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Jury Recommends Death for Murderer Who Threatened to Kill Them

March 29, 2011
In other testimony, he pointed at a juror and said, "I wish I could cut his head off." He also said, "If I had an AK-47, I'd kill every last one of you."

Man Apologizes While Robbing Convenience Store

February 7, 2011
The robbery is the fourth in the five years John Henry has owned the convenience store. Surveillance cameras captured the man telling Henry, "Empty the till. I'm robbing you sir."

California Officer Shot During Pat-Down Search

February 2, 2011
An officer was conducting a pat-down search of a male in a group of two males and two females. The man got nervous, went to the ground, then got up, pulled out a gun and shot twice at the officer. Neither bullet hit the officer, although one struck his car. The officer did not return fire.

Florida Deputy Returns to Duty Following Knife Attack

January 10, 2011
An Orange County (Fla.) Sheriff's deputy returned to duty today, slightly more than two months after he was stabbed in the neck by a suspect during a robbery at a convenience store.

Georgia Officer Fatally Shot While Investigating Robbery

December 24, 2010
The fatal 9mm round struck Lt. Cliff Rouse in the abdomen below his body armor. A second round struck his leg.

Cop Thwarts Second Robbery at Ohio Walgreens

December 17, 2010

A Dayton (Ohio) Police officer arrived at a Walgreens pharmacy to pick up surveillance footage from a robbery earlier in the day only to catch a second robber in the act. Source: Associated Press via YouTube.

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