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Search Result: Jupiter (Fla.) PD

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Wife of Florida Officer Killed Escorting Obama Sues

May 29, 2014
Jupiter Police Officer Bruce St. Laurent died during a 2012 visit by Obama to Florida.

Video: Sleeping Driver Causes Fla. Cop's Rollover Crash

June 5, 2013
A Jupiter (Fla.) Police officer was injured Sunday when a sleeping driver struck his patrol car, sending him into a tree and rollover crash. Officer Jason Starks was not seriously injured.

Fla. Cop's Rollover Crash

June 5, 2013

A Jupiter (Fla.) Police officer was injured in a rollover crash caused by a civilian who fell asleep at the wheel. The crash was captured on the officer's dash cam. Read the full story here.

Additional Details Released In Fla. Cop's Motorcycle Crash

September 11, 2012
The Jupiter (Fla.) Police officer killed Sunday while working a presidential motorcade crossed several lanes on Interstate 95 and pulled in front of a pickup truck in an attempt to block traffic.

Fla. Cop In Obama's Motorcade Struck, Killed

September 10, 2012
A Jupiter (Fla.) Police officer was killed Sunday after a truck struck his police motorcycle while the officer was preparing to shut down the highway for the presidential motorcade.

Florida Detective Uncovers $15 Million Robbery Ring

May 24, 2012

Det. Brent Hoosac of the Jupiter (Fla.) Police Department was instrumental in uncovering a burglary ring that was involved in 75 high-end residential burglaries and stole approximately $15 million worth of property.

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