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Suspect Killed After Opening Fire on Ohio Officers

December 20, 2015
When police arrived, they pursued the suspects in a vehicle which led to a home in the Aztec Subdivision in Northwood where police believe the suspects tried to steal a license plate. Police said they believe the suspects attempted an ambush on police with two of the suspects hiding behind a car while firing at officers. Five of six officers exchanged gunfire and two suspects were hit. More Here.

Video: Suspect Killed After Opening Fire on Ohio Officers

December 20, 2015
When police arrived, they pursued the suspects in a vehicle which led to a home in the Aztec Subdivision in Northwood where police believe the suspects tried to steal a license plate. Police said they believe the suspects attempted an ambush on police with two of the suspects hiding behind a car while firing at officers. Five of six officers exchanged gunfire and two suspects were hit.

Oregon (Ohio) Police Division

April 1, 2009

When it comes to policing the especially permeable maritime borders running through the Great Lakes, security requires an "all hands on deck" approach.

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