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Fight Over Toast, Oranges Led to Murder-Suicide

January 10, 2012
A dispute over whether a terminally ill woman should have been given tea and toast or an orange apparently upset her husband so much that he shot and killed two of the woman's sisters and his own son before killing himself.

Texas Santa Gunman Likely 'Snapped'

December 28, 2011
A father who killed six family members in a Texas apartment on Christmas while dressed as Santa planned the crime, but didn't commit an "honor" killing, police said.

Video: Wash. Jury Rules Trooper's 1998 Death a Homicide

October 20, 2011
The death of Trooper Ronda Reynolds was initially ruled a suicide by the coroner. Her mother who had pushed to clear her daughter's name said the ruling was justice.

Second Body Found In Burned El Cajon, Calif. Home

August 23, 2011
El Cajon (Calif.) Police SWAT officers found a second body Monday in the burned-out home that became the scene of a dramatic officer rescue that was captured by a local news cameraman.

Ohio Rampage: How 5 Agencies Responded

August 7, 2011
Five Ohio law enforcement agencies responded and began processing four crime scenes tied to a rampage shooting that left eight people dead on Sunday. Copley Township Police Chief Michael Mier led the coordinated effort to set up a perimeter, secure crime scenes and collect evidence.

20 Injured In Two Seattle-Area Shootings

July 25, 2011
Twenty people were wounded in two separate shootings in south King County over the weekend at a car show and casino.

Video: Resistive Man Dies After Denver Zoo Arrest

July 19, 2011
A man who who died after police officers arrested him at the Denver Zoo on Monday had resisted attempts by security guards and officers to subdue him. Zoo security guards had called police after noticing a domestic dispute between a man and woman near the elephants.

San Diego Detective Killed In Knife Attack, Son Arrested

July 18, 2011
A veteran San Diego Police detective and her daughter were found stabbed to death in their Rancho Penasquitos neighborhood home on Monday.

Calif. Woman who Cut Off Husband's Penis Could Face Life

July 14, 2011
Catherine Becker, a 48-year-old real estate broker, was apparently angry with her husband over an "inappropriate relationship" and told investigators her husband "deserved it."

S.C. Deputy Fatally Shot Searching Home

July 14, 2011
Dep. Roger Rice, who had completed police training in January, died as a result of gunfire sustained during a shootout with Bennie Ray Brown Jr., who had been released from jail two weeks ago and has a 20-year arrest record in the state.

Irate Husband Allegedly Shot Memphis Officer

July 5, 2011
Alexander Haydel, who is being held on first-degree murder charges, apparently arrived at the hotel and got into an argument with his wife and her ex-husband. The couple was staying in town to celebrate the holiday.

Milwaukee Officer Shoots Knife Wielding Suspect

June 6, 2011
A suspect is in critical condition Monday morning, after being shot by a Milwaukee Police officer. Investigators say the man charged at an officer with a knife, leading to the third officer-involved shooting in just a week.

San Jose Campus Shooting May Be Murder Suicide

May 13, 2011
San Jose State police wouldn't disclose the identity of the shooter or the victims, although authorities say the individuals involved knew each other and were two men and one women. Police are also saying the attack was not random and not gang related. It is unclear if the victims or shooter were students.

High-Risk Patrol

April 28, 2011

Chief Gerald Garner brings more than 40 years of law enforcement experience to his "High-Risk Patrol: Reducing the Danger to You." With the book, Chief Garner provides a general orientation for survival and details the specifics the intelligent police professional must master to come out on top in risk situations such as vehicle stops, DV calls, intoxicated subjects, hostage takers, ambush attacks, prisoner transport, emotionally disturbed subjects and off-duty confrontations.

Convicted Murderer Sues California for Sex Change

April 26, 2011
Stevens has been on female hormones for more than a decade - standard preparation for a sex change operation; has had a hormone-linked tumor in Stevens' brain; and is in dire need of the surgery, according to court records.

S.C. Deputy Shoots Armed Man, After Discovering Wife's Body

April 13, 2011
A Cherokee County (S.C.) Sheriff's deputy shot a man who pointed a handgun at him, after the deputy discovered the body of the man's wife, who had apparently been dead for several days.

Suspect Who Shot LAPD Officer Found Dead In Home

April 4, 2011
A Los Angeles Police officer was shot and critically wounded early Monday morning, while responding to a domestic violence call in the San Fernando Valley.

Former NYPD Cop Strangled Wife, Dumped Body, Prosecutors Say

March 24, 2011
Coello, who was a New York City police officer for four years until he resigned in 2000, was a person of interest in the disappearance of Tina Adovasio, 40. The 38-year-old Coello had previously faced domestic violence charges.

Wisconsin Sgt. Assaulted Girlfriend After Casino Argument

January 25, 2011
Sgt. Daniel Hawkin allegedly struck a 32-year-old Lake Nebagamon woman three times, including twice in the face, because she wanted to leave the Black Bear Casino and he didn't.

Los Angeles To Record Less Than 300 Murders In 2010

December 28, 2010
About half of the murders in Los Angeles are gang crimes and considered "repressible," according to an editorial in the Los Angeles Times.
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