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2 Arrested, School Closed After Clown Threats in Ohio

October 1, 2016
Two people were arrested and some Ohio schools were closed Friday amid a rash of reported threats against students involving clowns.

AZ Officer Shot after Vehicle Pursuit, Saved by Vest

October 1, 2016
The officer tried to make another stop and began pursuing the vehicle until the driver parked at a home and fired a handgun at the officer.

CA Governor Signs Law Requiring Officers to Lock Guns in Vehicles

October 1, 2016
Law-enforcement officers and private gun owners will be required to lock up their firearms if they leave them in an unattended vehicle under legislation Gov. Jerry Brown has signed.
<p>Officer Betty Shelby faces a charge of first-degree manslaughter in the shooting of Terence Crutcher. She pleaded not guilty Friday. (Photo: Tulsa PD)</p>

Tulsa Officer Pleads Not Guilty to Manslaughter Charge

October 1, 2016
A Tulsa, OK, Police officer charged with manslaughter in the shooting of Terence Crutcher was arraigned Friday and pleaded not guilty.
<p>Officer William Zink (Photo: San Pablo PD)</p>

CA Officer Killed in Motorcycle Crash while Commuting to Work

October 1, 2016
San Pablo Police, CA, Police Officer William K. Zink was killed Thursday in a motorcycle crash while commuting to work.

Video: El Cajon Police Release Video of Controversial Fatal OIS

October 1, 2016
Videos of the fatal police shooting of a reportedly unarmed man in a San Diego suburb were released to the public Friday. The footage was captured on a surveillance camera and a bystander's cellphone.

Video: Man Steals Patrol Car, Dies in Crash on CA Freeway

September 29, 2016
A man who jumped into a patrol car and sped off on the 110 Freeway died Thursday morning after driving off a transition road and crashing near downtown Los Angeles, police said.

Man Shot and Killed by California Officer Tuesday Had Twice Been Ordered Deported

September 29, 2016
A Ugandan refugee fatally shot by police in El Cajon, Calif., on Tuesday had twice been ordered by an immigration judge to be deported because of criminal convictions but was allowed to remain in the United States when Uganda refused to accept him, officials said Thursday.

Video: LA Deputies Refuse to Work High School Football Game After Players Take Knee During Anthem

September 29, 2016
Some Jefferson Parish, LA, deputies are refusing to work extra detail shifts at Bonnabel High School football games after a majority of the team took a knee during the national anthem during last weekend’s football game.

Video: LA Deputy Killed in Double Murder-Suicide

September 29, 2016
A deputy with the West Baton Rouge (LA) Sheriff's Office was killed in a double murder-suicide in Pointe Coupee Parish on Tuesday.
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