The trooper's attorney, Ty Clevenger, said the rapper approached the trooper and asked for a quick photo. DPS officials later saw a photo of the trooper and the rapper on Snoop Dogg's official Instagram account. More Here.
The San Jose (Calif.) Police Department has placed a veteran officer on leave and is investigating threatening comments from his Twitter account about demonstrators involved in the Michael Brown and Eric Garner protests. More Here.
Houston Police Chief Charles McClelland has served a one-day suspension for striking a pedestrian with his agency SUV. Read the full story here.