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Hostage-Taking Gunman Fires Shots from Reno High-Rise, Killed by Police

November 29, 2017
Police say shots were fired by the suspect within the condo and onto Sierra Street from the east side of an 8th floor unit. Police evacuated the downtown area and closed several streets, which have since been reopened.

Video: NV Officer Shot, Manhunt Underway for Suspect

March 3, 2017
A Reno, NV, officer was wounded and a suspect was killed in a shooting after a traffic stop Thursday night. Police continue to look for a suspect on the run.

NV Officer Shot, Manhunt Underway for Suspect

March 3, 2017
A Reno, NV, officer was wounded and a suspect was killed in a shooting that occurred after a traffic stopy Thursday night. Police continue to look for a suspect on the run.

Nation's Highest Ranking Female Officer Retires From FBI

August 22, 2012
Janice Fedarcyk, head of the New York's FBI field office, is retiring Friday to open a consulting business.

Shots Fired: Reno, Nevada 02/23/1984

February 23, 2010

Hastings walked to the Fireside Lounge on the corner of Fourth and Lake Streets, dialed up his favorite federal agent on a pay phone, and fessed up to having some 13 stolen antique knives and a stolen Beretta on his person. Oh, and he wanted to turn himself in.

Shots Fired: Reno, Nevada 07•15•1999

July 1, 2008

Lessman inched forward. Beyond the refrigerator and deeper into the kitchen was a large table that had been upended on its side. He suspected that the table was shielding someone behind it.

Reno (Nev.) PD's Motel Interdiction Team

June 1, 2007

The Star of Reno shines no more. Luck ran out a long time ago for those who lodge at the Roulette Motel. And you'll find more grim than glamour at the Monte Carlo. Welcome to downtown Reno, Nev.

Bah! Humbug! A Cop's Christmas

December 1, 2002

Holidays can be a trying period for many, but particularly for the police officer. Sandwiched between familial obligations and departmental expectations, pulled from one preventable call to the next, you find your emotions stretched to the point where you'd like nothing better than to find some nice, dank chimney to climb into and hide.

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