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Feds Allege Georgia Firm Sold Faulty Flash-Bangs

April 21, 2008
A Georgia military contractor tricked law enforcement agencies into buying faulty stun grenades, ultimately leaving three FBI agents injured, federal prosecutors allege in a Monday indictment.

Man Arrested in Shooting Spree that Wounded N.J. Officer

April 21, 2008
In New Jersey, there's been an arrest in connection with a string of early morning shootings that left one man dead and two others wounded -- including a police sergeant.

S.C. Teen Accused in School Bomb Plot Made 'Farewell' Audio Tape

April 21, 2008
An 18-year-old South Carolina student was in jail Sunday after he collected bomb-making supplies, including ammonium nitrate, in a plan to attack his high school, authorities said.

Police Say S.C. Kid Planned to Columbine His School

April 21, 2008
A teenager in a small South Carolina town planned to conduct a Columbine-like attack this week, the ninth anniversary of the Colorado school shootings, authorities said Sunday.

Blog Brings Human Face to Big-City Murder

April 19, 2008
Two or three people are killed each day by others in Los Angeles County. Most of them died anonymously until Jill Leovy and her blog, The Homicide Report, came along.

Man Guilty of Killing Off-Duty Los Angeles County Deputy

April 18, 2008
A 27-year-old man was found guilty Tuesday of murdering an off-duty Los Angeles County sheriff's deputy during a botched robbery attempt in 2006.

Florida Deputy Under Investigation Torches Home, Kills Self

April 18, 2008
A Palm Beach County, Fla., deputy who was facing a potential manslaughter charge next week torched his home and car before shooting himself in the head shortly before midnight Tuesday, the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office said.

Oakland Police Brass Say Arrests Not Answer to Crime Wave

April 18, 2008
With Oakland citizens fearful and angry about crime, and some even fighting back against robbers and intruders, a top Oakland police official told city leaders Tuesday night that police alone can't solve the violence.

Police: Okla. Sheriff Ran Sex-Slave Operation From Jail

April 18, 2008
An Oklahoma sheriff resigned after an investigation reveals he was running a sex-slave operation from his jail, police said.

Suspect Nabbed in Michigan Deputy, Police Chief Shooting

April 18, 2008
Authorities captured a man Thursday who is accused of shooting and critically wounding the Capac, Mich., police chief, grazing a deputy and retreating into a house that was soon surrounded by officers. At some point, he slipped away on foot.
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