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NYPD Cops Tackle Suicidal IRS Ranter

June 6, 2013
New York Police Department officers tackled a suicidal man on Thursday, after he ranted about the IRS and began slashing his wrists with a knife in a throng of tourists at Rockerfeller Center.

Naked Fla. Man TASERed While 'Proposing Marriage'

June 6, 2013
Casselberry (Fla.) Police officers TASERed a 22-year-old man after he knocked on a door, stripped naked, and spat on an officer's face. Thomas Edwards told responding officers he came to the house to propose marriage to his girlfriend, who had told him to strip naked.

Ore. Cop Killer's Release Rescinded

June 6, 2013
An ex-logger convicted of fatally bludgeoning a John Day (Ore.) Police officer two decades ago won't be paroled on Friday, after the state's parole board reversed its decision.

Proposed Bill Adds Campus Police Officers to DOJ's Benefits Program

June 6, 2013
Congressman Michael Capuono has filed a bill in honor of a slain Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) officer that would provide federal financial assistance to campus police injured in the line of duty.

TSA Drops Small-Knife Policy

June 5, 2013
The Transportation Security Administration on Wednesday rescinded a policy that would have allowed commercial airline passengers to carry small knives and sporting equipment on flights.

Utah Trooper Helps Deliver Twins

June 5, 2013
A Utah trooper helped an anxious mother deliver her twins along a desolate stretch of highway and likely saved the life of one of the newborns who had turned purple.

Video: Sleeping Driver Causes Fla. Cop's Rollover Crash

June 5, 2013
A Jupiter (Fla.) Police officer was injured Sunday when a sleeping driver struck his patrol car, sending him into a tree and rollover crash. Officer Jason Starks was not seriously injured.

Ga. Foot Pursuit Ends When Man Plummets Into Ravine

June 5, 2013
A suspect died early Wednesday in Macon, Ga., when he ignored an officer's warning not to jump a fence and fell about 60 feet into a ravine. The man fell into the deep ravine following a foot pursuit.

Video: Fatal Detroit Raid Shown In Officer's Trial

June 5, 2013
Jurors watched dash-cam footage from a fatal Detroit Police raid Wednesday during the trial of tactical operator Joseph Weekely for the shooting of 7-year-old Aiyana Stanley-Jones.
<p>Photo courtesy of Irvine PD.</p>

LAPD Review: Chris Dorner Firing Justified

June 5, 2013
A lengthy internal review has found no basis for the allegations of racism or bias contained in the manifesto of rogue ex-LAPD officer Chris Dorner.
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