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Fla. SWAT Medic Saves Shot Deputy

May 11, 2011
Quin Romay was on hand when the team raided a drug house in West Putnam County. A week ago, a bullet struck veteran deputy Randy Hayes, finding its way around his protective vest and lodging in his chest. Romay rushed to have Dep. Hayes removed to the SWAT van and treated until he could be transferred to a dispatched ambulance.

Arizona SWAT Team Fired 71 Shots at Former Marine

May 11, 2011
The Pima County (Ariz.) Sheriff's SWAT team fatally shot a former Marine during a raid, firing 71 shots at the man who held allegedly pointed an AR-15 rifle at officers serving a warrant at his home.

California Man Gets 14 Years for Officer's Shooting

April 13, 2011
Krist Antonio Wiggins' sentence was the longest possible based on verdicts by juries, who convicted Wiggins of involuntary manslaughter plus a "special allegation" that he discharged a firearm.

Sheriff Joe Rolls SWAT, Actor Steven Seagal to Arrest Cockfighting Suspect

March 24, 2011
The Maricopa County (Ariz.) Sheriff's tactical deputies used the Lenco Bear armored rescue vehicle to open up a locked iron gate at the residence of Jesus Llovera, who was wanted on a cockfighting warrant.

St. Petersburg After-Action Report (2 of 2)

March 11, 2011
The suspect moved the K-9 officer's deceased body 10 to 15 feet to the attic opening and placed the officer's boot in view of fellow officers. He also intentionally set a trap to lure police into his line of fire.

Video: Colorado Officer Killed In Mobile Park Ambush

March 10, 2011
A Limon (Colo.) Police officer was killed late Wednesday at a mobile home park in eastern Colorado by a barricaded gunman while serving a warrant with two other officers who became trapped in the home and were later freed by SWAT.

St. Petersburg After-Action Report (1 of 2)

March 10, 2011
There were three rapid gun shots, and the Marshal saw the K-9 officer roll off the suspect. The Marshal transitioned to his firearm and was shot twice (lower front vest and groin) and fell back through the attic opening onto the detective and onto the floor. The suspect began to fire rounds from the attic through the ceiling at officers.

U.S. Marshal John Perry Killed In St. Louis

March 8, 2011
The officers arrived at a home in the 3100 block of Osage St. before 7 a.m. to take Carlos Boles, 36, into custody. Witnesses reported hearing the man say he was "going out in a body bag."

Marshal Wounded In St. Louis

March 8, 2011

A U.S. Marshal who was wounded with a colleague and St. Louis Police officer is taken from the scene and loaded into an ambulance for treatment in this helicopter footage.

No-Knock Searches: Reasonable or Deadly?

March 7, 2011
Incidents like the Todd Blair shooting put pressure on judges to deny requests for no-knock warrants. Don't ask for a no-knock warrant unless it really is necessary.

Why High-Risk Encounters Require SWAT

February 25, 2011
The murders of Florida officers with the Miami-Dade Police Department and St. Petersburg Police Department rocked their communities, as well as all of law enforcement. In both instances, officers entered buildings to search for suspects without calling for backup from tactical units.

Six Zeta Cartel Members Arrested In ICE Agent's Killing

February 24, 2011
Mexican President Felipe Caldéron called President Barack Obama to tell him about the capture of Julian Zapata Espinoza, a reputed Zetas cell leader nicknamed "El Piolín" (Tweety), who is allegedly responsible for the homicide of Special Agent Zapata.

Slain U.S. Marshal Identified

February 16, 2011
Deputy U.S. Marshal Derek Hotsinpiller, who had served in the U.S. Marshals Service for more than a year, sustained a fatal wound to the neck.

U.S. Marshal Killed Serving Warrant In West Virginia

February 16, 2011
Three U.S. marshals were shot while serving a warrant in Elkins, W. Va., with state police this morning at the home of a suspect who had failed to appear in court on drug and firearms charges.

Slain Florida Officers Ambushed by Gunman Hiding In Attic

January 24, 2011
Officer Jeffrey Yaslowitz and Sgt. Tom Baitinger were providing backup to a U.S. Marshal, when they were fatally shot. The shooter was later found dead, after the house was partially dismantled using heavy machinery.

Subject's Father Accidentally Shot During NYPD Narco Raid

January 22, 2011
Officer Andrew McCormack, 37, fired one shot while executing a search warrant at 7 a.m. for the arrest of Albert Colon, 41. The round struck Jose Colon, the 76-year-old father of the subject. He is expected to fully recover.

Miami-Dade Detectives Killed Serving Murder Warrant

January 20, 2011
Miami-Dade Police Detectives Roger Castillo and Amanda Haworth were shot and killed while serving a warrant to a man recently paroled from prison and wanted in connection to an October homicide. Castillo died at the scene, and Haworth succumbed later in surgery.

Idaho Cop Shot In Head While Serving Warrant

December 17, 2010
On Friday, the officer, a three-year member of the agency, was talking and alert. The suspect shot himself with a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

Wounded Ga. Deputy Recovering Following Surgery

November 29, 2010
A DeKalb County, Ga., sheriff's deputy shot while serving a warrant was in stable condition Monday morning following surgery at Grady Memorial Hospital, officials said.

Four Texas Officers Shot In Narco Raid

November 12, 2010
Lt. Jorge Suarez was the most seriously injured, as a bullet traveled under his vest, and Officer John Diaz was struck in the cheek, shoulder and abdomen.
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