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Officers in Major Cities Coping with Paintball Wars

May 2, 2018
“He started the movement in an effort to stop the shootings in the inner cities,” she said. “It’s kind of morphed into something other than what he anticipated, I think. Now these kids have been shooting unsuspecting citizens as opposed to their friends during these paintball wars.”

Off-Duty NC Officer Fatally Shoots Knife-Wielding Shoplifting Suspect

January 3, 2018
Police say the officer confronted the alleged shoplifter, identified himself, and displayed his credentials. The man tried to attack the officer with a knife before the officer drew his weapon and shot the suspect.

NC Officer Wounded, Suspect Killed in Friday Gunfight

February 13, 2017
A Greensboro, NC, police officer was shot and wounded and a suspect was killed in a gunfight that began with a traffic stop Friday afternoon.

Sovereign Citizens

November 29, 2012

Two North Carolina detectives discuss sovereign citizens with POLICE and give patrol officers suggestions about how to recognize and deal with these police haters. Rob Finch and Kory Flowers are detectives in the Criminal Intelligence Unit of the Greensboro Police Department. For more, read their feature, "Sovereign Citizens: A Clear and Present Danger."

Robots at the Ready

March 2, 2012

The Greensboro (N.C.) Police Department ended a stand-off with a naked man using two tactical robots, after neighbors called 911 to report he was standing on his porch with a firearm, calling to God.

N.C. Police Robots Help End Stand-off with Naked Man

February 1, 2012
Greensboro (N.C.) Police officers used a pair of tactical robots Tuesday to help end a nearly daylong stand-off with a barricaded naked man at a Lindley Park home.

N.C. Latin Kings Claim Officers Violated Their Civil Rights

November 8, 2010
The gang alleges the Greensboro PD has "continually harassed members since 2005 because of their race, color or national origin by filing numerous baseless charges against them, subjecting them to discriminatory traffic stops, non-consensual searches and false arrests that use excessive force."
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