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Widows Recount Day CMPD Officers Were Shot

September 7, 2010
Sherry Clark and Jennifer Shelton recalled the day the learned their husbands Sean Clark and Jeff Shelton were fatally shot. Jennifer Shelton recounted visiting Jeff at the hospital to "tell him goodbye."

Prosecutor Seeks Death for Seattle's Halloween Cop Killer

September 2, 2010
Christopher Monfort is charged with aggravated murder for the fatal shooting of Officer Timothy Brenton and attempted first-degree murder for the wounding of Britt Sweeney on Oct. 31, 2009.

Investigative Sloppiness is Criminal

September 2, 2010
Your notes are legal record. Make them complete as possible and keep them safe and secure. Failure to do so can compromise a prosecution.

Slain Alaska Officers Encountered Suspect In Earlier Violent Arrest

August 31, 2010
The officers followed Marvin to his home, where he ambushed them in an alley and physically attacked them. Both officers drew their guns and eventually used a TASER to subdue Marvin, who ignored their verbal commands.

Man Accused of Killing Alaska Officers Surrenders After Standoff

August 30, 2010
The standoff between Alaska state troopers and the man they say killed two police officers in the village of Hoonah, a very small town near Juneau, ended this morning.

Suspect in Slaying of Utah Deputy Captured

August 30, 2010
Arizona’s Coconino County Sheriff’s Department spokeswoman Erika Wittenmuth said Curley was taken into custody about 1 a.m. in the Lost Spring subdivision after a homeowner reported seeing a man with a rifle slung over his shoulder trying to get into his home about 12:20 a.m. In all, 17 police officers rushed to the scene and soon located Curley.

Alaska Tactical Teams Surround Suspect Who Fatally Shot Two Officers

August 29, 2010
John Marvin Jr. allegedly shot 32-year-old Hoonah Police Sgt. Tony Wallace and 39-year-old patrolman Matt Tokuoka shortly after 10:30 p.m. Saturday.

Texas Cops Make Arrest In State's Oldest Unsolved Cop Killer Case

August 29, 2010
Gary Wayne Pettigrew is suspected of killing Tribble, 38, while the officer was returning to work after dropping off cough medicine to his ailing son.

Prosecution Thrown Curveball in Charlotte Cop Killing Trial

August 26, 2010
On the third straight day of surprises in the Demeatrius Montgomery trial, attorneys argued over the importance of another possible suspect in the 2007 killings of two Charlotte police officers - a man who bears a striking resemblance to Montgomery.

Prosecutors Won't Appeal Death Penalty Decision in Charlotte Cop Killing Case

August 25, 2010
Mecklenburg County Judge Forrest Bridges ruled Tuesday that Montgomery should not face the death penalty because a detective’s misconduct has tainted the trial in the killings of two Charlotte-Mecklenburg police officers.

Evidence Tossed in Charlotte Cop Killer Trial, Judge Rules Out Death Penalty

August 24, 2010
Judge Forrest Bridges ruled this afternoon that Demeatrius Montgomery should not face the death penalty because of an investigator's misconduct during the investigation into the 2007 killings of two Charlotte police officers.

Five Men Face Murder Charges In Chandler Officer's Slaying

August 3, 2010
Ledesma, 34, was part of an operation involving nearly 12 Chandler police officers, including SWAT members. The type of operation where police bait drug suspects with seized evidence is known as a "reversal."

CHP Officer's Killer Averts Death With Guilty Plea

August 3, 2010
Allen, 34, admitted in court Monday he shot Scott during a February 2006 traffic stop near Salida to avoid arrest and possible prison time because he was a felon with a gun in his car.

Suspect In Michigan Officer's Death May Have Used Gun Stolen From LE Agency

July 26, 2010
The man suspected of fatally shooting Taylor (Mich.) Police Officer Matthew Edwards may have shot the officer with a gun stolen from another police department.

Prosecutors Seek Death for Tampa Cop Killer

July 24, 2010
Updates in the case this week included Morris' not-guilty plea, the charging of his accomplice who is trying to retrieve her vehicle from forfeiture, and the FBI's $20,000 reward for the murder weapon.

Chicago Police Protest Parole of Convicted Cop Killer

July 22, 2010
Charles Connolly is serving a sentence of up to 150 years in prison for the murder of Chicago police officer Tom Kelly, 26, and the wounding of his partner, Officer Tom Neustrom, 23, during a traffic stop in March 1970. The two were on a break to pick up tuxedos for Kelly's upcoming wedding.

Accused Seattle Cop Killer Demands Reporter's Notes from Jailhouse Interviews

July 20, 2010
Christopher Monfort, 41, stands accused in a series of attacks on Seattle police culminating in the slaying of Officer Tim Brenton in an Oct. 31 ambush. Brenton's partner, Officer Britt Sweeney, was wounded in the attack; Monfort was shot during his arrest days later at his Tukwila apartment.

77-Year-Old Illinois Cop Killer Scheduled for Parole

July 15, 2010
On Oct. 27, 1967, Michael Gargano and two other men unleashed a torrent of gunfire at police officers during a robbery at the Northlake Bank in Northlake, Ill., killing Detective Sgt. John Nagle and Officer Anthony Perri. Two other officers were wounded.

Reputed Mob Boss Charged with 1997 Cop Killing

July 15, 2010
Former Colombo crime boss Thomas (Tommy Shots) Gioeli, 57, passed on the order from then-consigliere Joel (Joe Waverly) Cacace to underlings to gun down the cop because he had married Cacace's ex-wife, the feds say.

Suspect Faces Murder One In Chicago Officer's Killing

July 9, 2010
The officer was standing near his vehicle, when Brewer jumped him, grabbed his service weapon and fatally shot the officer.
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