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Murder Charges Filed Against Arizona Shooting Suspect

January 9, 2011
The 22-year-old suspected shooter of 18 people, including an Arizona congresswoman, makes his first court appearance on Monday to answer five federal counts.

Package Bombs Explode at Maryland Govt. Buildings

January 6, 2011
The packages, including one addressed to Gov. Martin O'Malley, ignited today at about 12:30 p.m. in the mail rooms of state government offices in Annapolis and Hanover.

Portland's About Face

January 6, 2011
An FBI sting leading to the arrest of a Somali immigrant planning to bomb a Christmas tree lighting ceremony has forced many of the more intelligent folks in Portland to rethink their "America is the real terrorist" stance.

AG Holder To Muslim Group: Terrorist Stings Are Not Entrapment

December 13, 2010
Attorney General Eric Holder told a Muslim group on Friday that FBI undercover stings that have uncovered terrorist plots are necessary for "protecting American lives" and those who allege government entrapment "don't have their facts straight."

FBI Warns LE Agencies About Video Barbie Porn

December 8, 2010
The $50 Video Girl Barbie, which hit toy stores in July, can record 30 minutes of footage, which can be uploaded to a computer. The Nov. 30 memo told agents to be on the lookout for Video Girl Barbie as a "possible child pornography production method."

Portland Bomb Plot Suspect Felt Betrayed by Family, Thought Living in U.S. Was Sin

November 29, 2010
Mohamed Osman Mohamud was angry at his parents for keeping him from jihad and had thought about carrying out an operation, "something like Mumbai," since he was 17. On the two-year anniversary of the shooting and bombing attack on a Mumbai, India, hotel that killed 166 people, Mohamud pressed the buttons on a cell phone he thought would trigger an explosion, creating a "spectacular show" and killing hundreds at Pioneer Courthouse Square, the government alleges.

FBI: Blacks, Jews Most Likely Hate-Crime Victims

November 22, 2010
Blacks made up around three-quarters of victims of the racially motivated hate crimes and Jews made up the same percentage of victims of anti-religious hate crimes. Anti-Muslim crimes were a distant second to crimes against Jews, making up just eight percent of the hate crimes driven by religious intolerance.

Report: St. Louis Overtakes Camden As Nation's Most Dangerous City

November 22, 2010
The survey found that St. Louis had 2,070.1 violent crimes per 100,000 residents, compared with a national average of 429.4. The remaining five on the list included Detroit, Flint, Mich., and Oakland, Calif.

'Dead' Man Arrested In Arizona Kidnapping

November 14, 2010
The 53-year-old drifter became a suspect after hunters in central Louisiana found Lexis Roberts' skeletal remains on Oct. 8, a month and three days after she was last seen with her mother, Suellen Roberts, and Thomas Sanders in Arizona.

FBI National Academy Offers Online In-Service Training From The Response Network

November 10, 2010
PoliceCommunity.net's Learning Management System (LMS) portal offers online courses with lesson plans from subject matter experts. Courses provide assessments and automatic updates to superiors and training directors.

Feds Rescue Dozens of Teen Prostitutes Nationwide, Arrest Pimps

November 9, 2010
The FBI said federal agents and local and state police rounded up more than 880 adults on charges related to the sexual exploitation of minors, human trafficking and prostitution activities.

FBI Links Shooting at Coast Guard Office to Four Others

November 3, 2010
Rounds fired at the Coast Guard office Tuesday morning caused minor damage and didn't injure anyone similarly to four others — two at a Marine Corps museum in Triangle, Va., another at a Marine Corps recruiting station in Chantilly, Va., and a fourth at the Pentagon.

Virginia Man Plotted D.C. Subway Attacks

October 27, 2010
Ahmed handed over video of northern Virginia subway stations, suggested using rolling suitcases rather than backpacks to kill as many people as possible and offered to donate money to Al-Qaeda's cause overseas.

Chasing Ghosts In a Civil Rights Era Cop Killing

October 22, 2010

On June 2, 1965, Dep. O'Neal Moore and Dep. David "Creed" Rogers were patrolling near their homes in Varnado, a very small town on the Mississippi border. The deputies were heading for a stop at the Moores' house for dinner. They never tasted the meal.

FBI Releases 2009 LEOKA Report

October 18, 2010
Law enforcement agencies identified 41 alleged assailants in connection with the 48 felonious line-of-duty deaths. Thirty-three of the assailants had prior criminal records, and 13 of the assailants were under judicial supervision at the time of the felonious incidents.

Feds Bust $163 Million Medicare Fraud Enterprise

October 14, 2010
An Armenian-American gang led by a "vor" (Eurasian version of a godfather) submitted $163 million in false reimbursement claims and netted approximately $35 million in payouts for treatments that never took place, according to the Department of Justice.

Winchester Introduces LE-Only Ranger Bonded .38 +P Round

October 9, 2010
The bonding process welds the lead and jacket together as one, which controls expansion and provides superior retained weight upon impact. This ensures "maximum stopping power," according to the company.

Oregon Heroin Traffickers Sentenced to Federal Prison

September 30, 2010
Two cousins from Medford, Ore., were sentenced to federal prison on Monday for leading a heroin trafficking organization in the Rogue Valley. Heroin-related arrests and overdoses in the Medford community have steadily increased since the organization established itself.

FBI Agents Cheated on Operational Exam, DOJ Acknowledges

September 27, 2010
FBI Director Robert Mueller acknowledged in a statement posted on the FBI website on Monday that the cheating may be more widespread that the four field offices under investigation.

Violent Crime and Property Crime Fall Again, FBI Says

September 13, 2010
Violent crime fell an estimated 5.3 percent drop in 2009 from 2008. Property crime fell for a seventh straight year with an estimated 4.6 percent decrease.
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