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Law Enforcement Fatalities by Gunfire Reaches 20-Year High

July 20, 2011
The 40 law officers killed by gunfire in the first half of 2011 marks the highest number in two decades in a year that's been especially deadly for those who wear the badge.
<p><em><strong>Photo: Pelican Products.</strong></em></p>

Pelican Introduces 1075 HardBack Case for Netbooks and Tablets

July 20, 2011
The Pelican 1075 fits into most bags and will protect just about any electronic device as wide as 10 inches from the rigors of travel. The case achieves this with a high-impact, heat and chemically resistant composite shell.

3 Houston Cops Injured When Squads Collide

July 20, 2011
Three Houston Police officers were injured when their two cruisers collided early this morning near a north Houston station.

Feds Say Baltimore Cop Sold Heroin at Station, Ran Ring

July 20, 2011
A Baltimore Police officer who allegedly ran his own drug ring at one point brazenly sold heroin at the parking lot of the Northwestern District Station while in uniform, according to a federal indictment.

Ohio Man Tells Cop "I Want To Die," Jumps Out of Cruiser

July 19, 2011
A 20-year-old Ohio man told an officer he wanted to die and jumped out of the cruiser while on the way to jail. Kylen English also asked the officer, "Do you believe you go to heaven if you kill yourself?"
<p><em><strong>Screenshot: 9News.com</strong></em></p>

Video: Resistive Man Dies After Denver Zoo Arrest

July 19, 2011
A man who who died after police officers arrested him at the Denver Zoo on Monday had resisted attempts by security guards and officers to subdue him. Zoo security guards had called police after noticing a domestic dispute between a man and woman near the elephants.
<p><em><strong>Screenshot: Fox News.</strong></em></p>

Arizona Sheriff Equips Deputies with Biometric Readers

July 19, 2011
In the fall, Pinal County (Ariz.) Sheriff's deputies will be outfitted with hand-held devices that enable deputies to scan a subject's face and iris to find potential matches with people in criminal databases.

Baltimore Cop Forced Off Road During High-Speed Pursuit

July 19, 2011
A Baltimore Police officer sustained non-life threatening injuries when his cruiser was forced off the road by a drug suspect during a high-speed pursuit that ended at the Anne Arundel County mall.

Mass. Police Imposter Flashed Blue Light in Walmart Parking Lot

July 19, 2011
Richard Ramon Tirado was arrested with police equipment, including pieces of a uniform, a badge, and the large strobe light. He is charged with a felony of false impersonation and an additional charge of using blue lights restricted to law enforcement.

Wash. Woman Tried To Sell Baby at Taco Bell

July 19, 2011
A homeless woman attempted to sell her 3-day-old infant to a patron for $500 at a Taco Bell restaurant in Hazel, Washington. Heidi Knowles, 36, offered to sell her son at the Taco Bell at 6700 N.E. Highway 99.
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