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Police Break Up Melee Near Western Washington U.

October 15, 2013
Police arrested three people Sunday during a melee near Western Washington University after hundreds of party-goers threw projectiles at authorities trying to disperse the crowd.

Utah Honors Deputy Killed In 1902

October 2, 2013
The Utah Law Enforcement Memorial Board has honored a deputy killed in the line of duty in 1902 with a headstone stating his sacrifice to his community. The board unveiled the headstone in the Scofield Cemetery for Thomas Nalley.

Calif. Students Accuse LAPD of Racial Bias After Party

May 7, 2013
USC students protested Monday against the Los Angeles Police Department and accused its officers of racial bias for breaking up two raucous parties early Saturday near campus.

N.Y. Teen Girl Paralyzed In Shooting at 'Drama Free' Queens Party

August 29, 2011
About 100 people were packed into a backyard at the home, when a gunman climbed over a rear fence and opened fire on the crowd, striking 11 young people around 1 a.m. Saturday.

Physical Arrest of Rutgers Student Posted To YouTube

February 8, 2011
When officers arrived at a chaotic scene, 50 people were in the street outside a house party at Stone and Prosper streets. One officer tackled Keepers to stop him from kicking another person, and Marx jumped on the officers' back.

House Party Arrest of Rutgers Student

February 8, 2011

A video taken outside a Rutgers house party shows a physical arrest by four New Brunswick (N.J.) Police officers of a student who had jumped on the back of one of the officers.

Illinois Mob Attacks Officers With Illegal Fireworks

July 6, 2010
Officers responded on three separate occasions to the housing complex. Police used pepper-ball guns and at one point pursued attackers in an attempt to restore order.

Entry to Quell a Disturbance

July 1, 2006

Any law enforcement entry into private premises, including a residence, or an office or other commercial area that is not open to the public, is governed by the Fourth Amendment. Officers may make lawful entry only in four ways, and the consequences of unlawful entry can include suppression of evidence and civil liability.

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