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Pinterest, Twitter Help Calif. Departments with Leads, Communication

February 14, 2014
Some California police departments are now using social media to reunite victims with stolen property, gather evidence to build cases, provide a public platform to track valuables, and distribute breaking news.

Retired Cops Tackle Yemeni Man Mid-Flight

May 9, 2011
Rageh Almurisi went into a rage on American Airlines Flight 1561 and began yelling unintelligibly. A retired U.S. Secret Service agent and retired San Mateo cop wrestled Almurisi to the ground, and a flight attendant slapped on plastic handcuffs.

Stumbling Cop Who Shot Suspect Won't Be Charged

October 15, 2009
A San Mateo, Calif., police officer won't be charged for shooting and wounding a suspect in August, partly because his gun went off by accident when he tripped on a curb, authorities said Wednesday.

Police, Teachers at California High School Hailed As Heroes

August 25, 2009
Faculty and police officers who subdued a teenage suspect armed to the teeth at a San Mateo high school Monday morning were praised for their actions as authorities continued their investigation into why the teen made the attack.

Former Student Held in California High School Bombing

August 25, 2009
A former student at Hillsdale High School in San Mateo, Calif., armed with 10 pipe bombs, a chainsaw and a sword, planned to forge a path of destruction through his old campus Monday, authorities said.
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