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Search Result: Glendale (Ariz.) PD

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Ariz. Cop Wounded, K-9 Killed In Deadly Shootout

June 21, 2013
A Glendale (Ariz.) Police officer was wounded and his police dog was killed in a gunfight that also claimed the life of the suspect late Thursday.

Family of Fallen Ariz. Cop Given Discounted Benefits

November 19, 2012
The family of deceased Glendale police Officer Brad Jones was about to lose its health insurance through the city one year after the 27-year-old father of two was killed on the job.

Ariz. Suspect Killed When SWAT Raid Triggers Gunfight

August 2, 2012
The Surprise (Ariz.) Police Department's SWAT team shot and killed a suspect early Thursday during a dynamic entry at a home where they were serving a drug warrant.

Serial Flashlight Bomber Strikes Phoenix Area

June 11, 2012
Federal authorities have offered a $10,000 reward for help solving three explosions involving homemade flashlight bombs that injured five people.

After the Fall

November 3, 2011
Anyone wonder what happens to a police officer "after" he or she is killed in the line duty? Unfortunately, I had the sad opportunity and yet the privilege to find out firsthand. Several days ago, 27-year-old Glendale (Ariz.) Police Officer Brad Jones was shot in the line of duty by a suspect who isn't worth the dirt we walk on.

Ariz. Cop Shot by Probationer Was Helpful, Friendly

October 29, 2011
In his four years with the force, Glendale (Ariz.) PD police officer Brad Jones had already made an impression with colleagues and citizens who called in to praise him.
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