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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.

Tampa Cop Killer Dontae Morris In Custody

July 2, 2010
A person identified only as an associate of Morris helped arrange the surrender. The associate then brought Morris to a pre-determined location, where police were waiting to take him into custody.

Tampa Cop Killing Suspect Now Linked to 5 Murders

July 1, 2010
The man wanted in the shooting deaths of two police officers also is a suspect in a third homicide and is a "person of interest" in two more homicides, Tampa police Chief Jane Castor said Thursday.

Widows Traumatized Twice By N.Y. Cop Killer's Appeal

July 1, 2010
After the death penalty was imposed and he was being led from a courtroom for what seemed the last time, Ronell Wilson turned to the grieving loved ones of the two detectives he had murdered in coldest blood. This loathsome mutt made the only gesture of contempt he could manage in handcuffs. He stuck out his tongue.

Autopsy Shows Dallas Chief's Son Had PCP In System During Shooting

June 30, 2010
Lancaster Officer Craig Shaw responded to the apartment where Brown lived, after Brown's girlfriend called police to say he was having a "psychotic breakdown."

Suspect in Tampa Police Murders Remains on the Loose

June 30, 2010
Investigators for hours questioned and then released the driver, 22-year-old Cortnee Nicole Brantley, with no charges Tuesday night. The shooting suspect — identified as Dontae Rashawn Morris, a 24-year-old felon with a lengthy rap sheet — remained on the loose early this morning.

Driver In Custody In Slaying of Tampa Officers, Search Continues for Shooter

June 29, 2010
Police have detained Cortnee' Nicole Brantley, 22, to determine the location of passenger Dontae Rashawn Morris, 24. Morris is now wanted on two counts of first-degree murder and one count of being a felon in possession of a firearm.

Teen Who Killed Sacramento Deputy Permanently Removed From Society

June 20, 2010
Jimmy Siackisorn ambushed Deputy Vu Nguyen during a foot pursuit. The deputy was pursuing the "young but prolific lawbreaker" through the back yards of a tough south Sacramento neighborhood. Siackisorn shot the deputy an top of a chicken coop.

Killer of Austin Officer Is Executed For 1978 Slaying

June 16, 2010
David Lee Powell's case involved three trials and multiple appeals, including the U.S. Supreme Court's rejection of the latest appeal on Tuesday. In 1978, Powell shot officer Ralph Ablanedo as he sat in his car on a dark Austin street, after the officer pulled him over.

Prison Official Helped N.Y. Cop Killer Get Parole

June 15, 2010
Brooklyn cop killer Shu'aib Raheem won parole with the help of a prison official who testified there was only a "very, very slim" chance he would break the law if freed.

Mumia Abu-Jamal Documentary 'The Barrel of a Gun' Gets Release Date

June 14, 2010
Filmmaker Tigre Hill has been working on the film since 2006, and says he has uncovered new evidence showing the killing was premeditated.

Man In Custody In Maryland Trooper's Killing Is Likely Shooter

June 13, 2010
Trooper Wesley Brown was reportedly wearing body armor, yet a round somehow made its way to pierce his heart. A second bullet struck his ankle.

Suspected Detroit Cop Killer Stands Trial With Palm Print Evidence

June 7, 2010
The man who allegedly shot and killed Detroit police officer Brian Huff will stand trial on 17 charges stemming from the shootout with police outside a vacant drug house where he ambushed officers.
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