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Phoenix Anti-Graffiti Program Nets 15 Arrests

June 18, 2008
Phoenix police announced Tuesday that a new anti-graffiti program has netted 15 arrests in the past two months. Most of the suspects are gang-affiliated teens between the ages of 13 to 17, police said. The suspects were arrested in the Maryvale police precinct in connection with approximately $40,000 worth of damage, police said at a Tuesday press conference.

Conflict Continues Between N.H. Patrol and Troopers

June 18, 2008
After nearly nine years of working separately—and at times contentiously—New Hampshire state troopers and highway patrol officers were joined in January in the name of efficiency and harmony. But while Safety Commissioner John Barthelmes has said both sides will be expected to "play in the same sandbox," the rivalry lingers in their ongoing court battles.

N.C. State Trooper Shot to Death Near Canton

June 18, 2008
A North Carolina state Highway Patrol trooper was shot and killed Tuesday night during a traffic stop on Interstate 40 near here, authorities said. Lt. Everett Clendenin, public information officer for the patrol, said in a news release that the trooper had stopped a vehicle in the eastbound lanes of I-40 near exit 31 at around 10:20 p.m.

$2.5 Million Settlement Couldn't Keep California Gang Member from His Old Friends

June 18, 2008
Nobody wanted Jose Luis Muñoz to fail. The Anaheim gang member raised by a single mother had received a second chance -- or maybe it was his first -- to turn his life around when he settled a lawsuit against the city and police for $2.5 million.

Arizona Police Horse Assaulted in Weekend Incident

June 18, 2008
Two men were arrested over the weekend on suspicion of assaulting Tempe, Ariz., officers. One also allegedly hit an officer's horse.

Brits to Release Al-Qaeda Terrorist

June 17, 2008
In an ominous portent of what may happen in the United States when Guantanamo detainees get their Supreme Court mandated trials, the United Kingdom is being forced to release one of al-Qaeda's most dangerous European operatives.

Orange County Supervisors Investigating Sheriff's Department Overtime

June 17, 2008
County supervisors said Monday that they will order their performance auditor to conduct an in-depth study of the Orange County Sheriff's Department overtime spending, which has soared beyond the $41 million mark in recent years.

Officer in El Paso Toy Gun Case Placed on Leave

June 17, 2008
The El Paso Police Department on Monday identified an officer involved in the fatal shooting of a 48-year-old man, who allegedly displayed a weapon that was later found to be a toy gun, department officials said.

Crime Scene DNA Can Lead to Knock on Relative's Door

June 17, 2008
What do you tell a detective who says you are genetically related to a criminal and wants to know who you think it might be? It is not an abstract question. Investigators may soon routinely trace suspects using their relatives' DNA — a technique that could solve more crimes but that causes critics to fear for innocent people's privacy.

DuPont's Kevlar XP: Patented Technology Provides Ballistic and Trauma Protection

June 16, 2008
Kevlar XP typically provides a 15 percent reduction in backface deformation and at least a 10 percent lighter weight vest design against the most challenging National Institute of Justice (NIJ) level IIIA threat, a .44 Magnum bullet. Additionally, Kevlar XP provides excellent layer to layer abrasion resistance.
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