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Search Result: Riverside (Calif.) PD

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Riverside Officer Begged for Mercy Before Parolee Shot Him

November 16, 2010
Officer Ryan Bonaminio was chasing Green through the city's Fairmount Park when he slipped and fell and, while in a "vulnerable position," he was attacked by Green and had his gun taken away, according to Chief Sergio Diaz.

Hundreds Gather for Vigil for Riverside Officer

November 12, 2010
The "In the Spirit of Ryan" vigil was dominated by tears and stories by friends and relatives who are recalling the 27-year-old officer who was shot and killed Sunday night.

Suspect Likely Shot California Officer With Duty Weapon

November 10, 2010
Earl Ellis Green, 44, of Rubidoux was arrested by police and FBI agents at a Target store in Riverside. He has been charged with murder and a parole violation.

Slain California Cop's Dash-Cam Image Fuels Manhunt

November 9, 2010
The suspect was last seen wearing dark clothing and a light colored baseball cap and believed to be armed with a handgun. Additionally, the department said the suspect's vehicle was a stolen rental big rig that was recovered a few miles from the crime scene.

Big-Rig Trucker Kills California Cop In Park Gunfight

November 8, 2010
Officer Ryan Bonaminio, a four-year veteran of the department and a U.S. Army veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom, had responded to a hit-and-run call.

Killer Stops

June 1, 2006

There is probably no more misunderstood law enforcement duty than traffic enforcement. Cops who perform this duty often think of it as tedious and futile. And the motorists who are pulled over for traffic violations feel like they are being picked on and tapped for fines that fill local government coffers.

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