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18-Time Arrestee Charged With Killing Georgia Trooper

January 14, 2011
The 30-year-old Favors is charged with murder, two counts of felony murder, aggravated assault on a peace officer, possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon and fleeing and attempting to elude.

Proactive N.J. Officer Shot During Field Interview

January 14, 2011
Lakewood Police Officer Chris Matlosz, 27, had stopped his patrol car in a residential neighborhood and begun questioning the subject when the man pulled out a handgun and opened fire shortly after 4 p.m.

Editorial: Mass. Gov. Cleans House on Parole Board

January 14, 2011
In an editorial, the Boston Herald called the release of Cinelli "a perfect storm of incompetence, inefficiency, technical glitches and flaws in existing law."

Florida Officer Suffers Heart Attack During Tactical Training

January 14, 2011
Davie (Fla.) Police Officer Rogerio Morales was described as being very physically fit but may have had a heart attack during training for the department's Special Response Team (SRT). He was completing a physical agility test when he collapsed.

Former Georgia Cop Lied About Boating Accident

January 14, 2011
Reda and waited 90 minutes before calling police and removed beer bottles from the boat. He and Powell told investigators Stephens was a daredevil and jumped from the boat.
Cincinnati Police Officer Mandy Curfiss is one of four female officers featured in TLC's fifth "Police Women" series. Photo courtesy TLC.

Cincinnati 'Police Women' Featured In TLC Series

January 14, 2011
Ohio's third largest city is the scene for "Police Women of Cincinnati," which follows the deputies as they investigate robberies, homicides, drug busts, and domestic violence.

New Legal Street Drug Comes in the Form of Bath Salts, Plant Food

January 14, 2011
Mephedrone and similar chemicals are being sold over the internet in the form of bath salt, plant food or insect repellent intended for the purpose of a cheap, legal high.

Two Texas Men Over the Limit While Riding Horse, Mule

January 13, 2011
Police stopped the men and impounded their mounts, after they began blocking traffic and cajoling customers of Sixth Street bars and nightclubs to pose for photos with them.
U.S. Capitol Police use a threat assessment process to determine whether officers travel with members of Congress to provide extra security. Photo via Flickr (rafikk).

Congressional Leaders Step Up Security After Arizona Shooting

January 13, 2011
Senate Sergeant-at-Arms Terrance W. Gainer, a 42-year officer, has said he doesn't advice national politicians to arm themselves while in their districts, however several elected leaders believe they need more security.

Parolee Shoots L.A. County Deputy In the Face

January 13, 2011
Nestor Torres, a shot-caller with the Lott Stoners gang, shot Ahmed, 27, as the officer approached him. The training officer then returned fire, killing Torres.
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