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Police ID Man Shot By BART, Oakland PD After Foot Pursuit

July 19, 2010
Fred Collins led five officers on a foot pursuit from the Bay Area Rapid Transit's (BART) Fruitville Station in Oakland. He had yelled "shoot me, shoot me, shoot me," to officers, who initially tried to stun him with TASERs.

Felon Who Fired On CHP Officers Was Angry At Politicians

July 18, 2010
Officers in two CHP cruisers pulled over Byron Williams' white Toyota Tundra pickup truck that was weaving across multiple lanes of Interstate 580. Officers saw Williams pick up a handgun, yet were able to return fire and radio for backup.

Chicago Officer Fatally Shot Leaving Police Building

July 7, 2010
While leaving a police building at about 3:45 p.m., the officer was shot in the head, while trying to stop a robbery attempt. The incident happened at 61st and Racine outside of the facility used by the department's targeted response and gang enforcement units.

Parolee Opened Fire on Milwaukee Officer At Traffic Stop

June 28, 2010
Officer Chad Boyak, 34, was hit in the foot, before his partner returned fire, wounding Martin Bryant, who was fresh out of prison on cocaine and criminal trespassing charges.

Dallas Chief's Son Shot Officer, According to Source

June 21, 2010
Wearing only boxer shorts, sunglasses, and no shoes, David Brown Jr. shot and killed a man who pulled into the complex with his wife and children. Brown had been behaving erratically. He later shot Lancaster Officer Craig Shaw, the first officer to respond to the scene.

Apartment Gunfight Claims Lancaster Officer and Dallas Chief's Son

June 21, 2010
Shaw responded to a shooting call at the apartment complex, and began searching for the suspect. The officers approached the man, who opened fire, killing Shaw. A fellow officer returned fire and killed the shooter.

Albuquerque PD Responds to Critics of Shooting Policy

June 16, 2010
"New Mexico is consistently in the top ten of the states with the highest number of assaults on police officers," said Albuquerque Chief Public Safety Officer Darren White.

Albuquerque PD Criticized by Public for Officer-Involved Shootings

June 15, 2010
Seven officer-involved shootings in the first six months of the year has people questioning the Albuquerque Police Department's tactics.

Man Who Traded Gunfire With Minnesota Deputy Was Firing Into Residence

June 14, 2010
The deputy encountered the man at the home, which was unoccupied, on Saturday. The man produced a "large weapon," according to the report, that he turned on the deputy, who returned fire and killed him.

Suspect Shoots Officer After Pursuit, OC Spray

June 14, 2010

Cpl. Bruce McKay of the Franconia (N.H.) Police Department ended his watch on May 11, 2007. McKay stopped a suspect after a brief pursuit. After being pepper sprayed, the suspect shot the officer four times, killing him. The suspect then ran over the officer. A civilian intervened and shot the suspect with the officer's service weapon.

Wounded Charleston County (S.C.) Deputy's Radio Call

June 14, 2010

On Jan. 21, Charleston County (S.C.) Sheriff's Deputy Jeffrey DeGrow responded to a burglary call and was shot six times, including one in his right eye. DeGrow kept his calm while radioing in his position and a suspect description even as he was gravely wounded. The NLEOMF named DeGrow its Officer of the Month for May.

Feds to Investigate Border Patrol Agent's Shooting of Mexican Teen

June 11, 2010
The U.S. government on Thursday launched a civil-rights investigation in the fatal shooting of a 15-year-old Mexican boy by a U.S. Border Patrol agent on the Rio Grande.

Anchorage Officer Radioed for Help After Vehicle-Stop Shooting

June 9, 2010
The officer, who has not been identified, was able to give additional information to other officers at the scene and at the hospital where she is now being treated.

Robbery Suspect Who Led Calif. Deputies On Pursuit Had Long Criminal Record

June 4, 2010
The state parolee and robbery suspect who led police on a high-speed pursuit that ended in a shootout with Sonoma County (Calif.) Sheriff's deputies had an extensive criminal record that included battery on a police officer, residential robbery, assault with a deadly weapon.

Subject Killed in New Year's 2009 BART Incident Had Criminal Past

June 1, 2010
Defense attorneys representing Officer Johannes Mehserle in a murder trial that begins Wednesday in Los Angeles plan to call to the stand a San Leandro, Calif., police officer who says Oscar Grant ran from him and a fellow officer with a loaded pistol in 2006 after a traffic stop, forcing the officers to shock him with a Taser and then kick him when he wouldn't put his hands behind his back.

Fort Worth Officer Shoots Suspect After Gun Grab

May 31, 2010
A 22-year Fort Worth Police Department veteran officer shot a suspect who grabbed his gun during a burglary in progress.

Nightclub Disturbance Ends When S.C. Deputy Shoots Gunman

May 28, 2010
A fight that began inside the club spilled into the parking lot, where multiple shots were fired from multiple handguns. The subject shot by the deputy ignored repeated commands to drop his weapon.

Kansas City Officer Returns Fire On Armed Man At Grocery

May 25, 2010
Reginald Jones, 42, opened fire on the officer who was responding to the incident. The officer then fired two .40-caliber rounds from his sidearm. One round blew out a tire of a parked trailer. The second struck Jones.

Detroit Officer Who Shot 7-Year-Old Girl May Have Scuffled With Grandmother

May 17, 2010
Aiyana Jones was shot in the head by a Detroit tactical officer, as officers entered the house to search for a murder suspect. Officers used a flash-bang device based on a report that the suspect was inside the house and heavily armed.

Shots Fired: Fontana, California 07/04/2005

May 13, 2010

The cyclist's attire suggested "gang banger" and their spot lamp illumination of him confirmed it. The rider - Camilo Morales - leaned forward and pistoned his legs faster.

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