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2 Louisiana Officers Charged with Murder in Killing of 6-Year-Old Boy at End of Pursuit

November 9, 2015
"We took some of the body cam footage. I'm not gonna talk about it, but I'm gonna tell you this. It is the most disturbing thing I've seen and I will leave it at that," said Col. Mike Edmonson at a news conference State Police held Friday night. More Here.

Video: 2 Louisiana Officers Charged with Murder in Killing of 6-Year-Old Boy at End of Pursuit

November 9, 2015
"We took some of the body cam footage. I'm not gonna talk about it, but I'm gonna tell you this. It is the most disturbing thing I've seen and I will leave it at that," said Col. Mike Edmonson at a news conference State Police held Friday night.

Arkansas Officer Acknowledges 'Fabricating' Shooting Story

November 3, 2015
An England, AR, police officer who said he exchanged gunfire with a suspect last month has been arrested on a charge of filing a false police report and has been fired from his position.

Hawaii Officer Arrested After Bicycling Tourist Killed in Patrol Car Accident

March 3, 2015
The collision occurred on a notoriously dangerous stretch of the road. A steep incline where the crash occurred follows a bend in the road.

Boston Officer Charged with Assault and Battery of Uber Driver

January 5, 2015
A Boston Police officer accused of physically attacking an Uber driver and taking his car has been arrested and placed on administrative leave.

Veteran Vermont Officer Suspected of Stealing Guns, Drugs from Evidence

November 13, 2014
Corporal Tyler Kinney, a 12-year veteran of the Colchester, Vermont, Police Department, is on unpaid leave from the force, following his arrest on suspicion of stealing drug and gun evidence from the department's evidence room. Colchester Police Chief Jennifer Morrison made the announcement Tuesday.

Baltimore Officer Accused of Shooting Man in Pennsylvania

April 29, 2014
The shooter, whose identity was not released, was one of a number of people who called 911 to report the shooting. He turned himself in upon police's arrival.

American Officer Held in India on Arms Charge

April 7, 2014
Officer Manny Encarnacion was arrested last month when three bullets were found in his luggage by Indian authorities. He has been barred from leaving that country until the case is resolved.

N.Y. Chief Faces Child Porn Charges

January 23, 2014
Brian Fanelli, who became the police chief of Mount Pleasant just three months ago and was still considered a provisional police chief, was taken into custody at his home in Mahopac on Thursday.

Wash. Dep. Passed Out in Patrol Car, Arrested

January 2, 2014
The sheriff's office reports the 46-year-old deputy and 15-year veteran of the department was reported "passed out at the wheel" of his patrol car by a passerby, who also stated they were unable to wake him.

San Jose Officer Arrested for Revenge by Ticket

December 2, 2013
Officer Charles Chavez, 51, was arrested last week on suspicion of writing a bogus traffic ticket to an opponent in a civil suit that stemmed from an auto collision more than five years ago. Chavez also wrote two fake tickets to his own attorney in the case, according to Santa Clara County prosecutors.
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