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TASER International Receives Follow-On Orders From Florida and Ohio Agencies

October 8, 2007
TASER International, a market leader in advanced electronic control devices, today announced that it received significant follow-on orders from two large law enforcement agencies.

Boston Lawyer Charged with Smuggling Heroin into Prison

October 8, 2007
Kevin L. Barron was being searched prior to meeting with clients at MCI-Cedar Junction when corrections officers discovered “small packets of a powdery substance” in his possession.

Chicago Cops Say Woman Killed Man Over Porn Collection

October 7, 2007
Jeanette Strowder, 58, was charged with first-degree murder in the shooting of Jesse Martin, 54, her boyfriend of about 15 years.

Philly PD Creates Special Casino Unit

October 7, 2007
Officials told the Philadelphia Inquirer that the unit would likely work in the same way that the department polices the stadium area and other popular attractions.

Off-Duty Orlando Officer Found Shot to Death

October 6, 2007
An off-duty deputy found Alfred Gordon Sr., an 18-year veteran officer, at about 1 a.m. outside of a Bank of America in west Orange County.

CHP Investigating San Jose-Area Freeway Shootings

October 6, 2007
The CHP says that three shootings on Highway 101 near San Jose this week are unrelated. One man was killed and two wounded in the attacks.

Minneapolis to Vote on Replica Firearm Ban

October 6, 2007
Minneapolis police have asked the city council to make it illegal for people to carry replica firearms in the city.

Four San Antonio Officers Suspended Over Body Searches

October 5, 2007
The patrons are also suing in federal court, claiming that the officers violated their civil rights and searched them without probable cause.

Murdered Armored Car Guards Might Have Been Saved by Body Armor

October 5, 2007
Loomis, the armored car company that employed the two men, does not require its guards to wear body armor on the job.

Loaded Gun Found in Tucson Airport Terminal

October 5, 2007
An airport spokeswoman said authorities had no explanation for how someone managed to get the gun past security. The Transportation Safety Administration is investigating the security breach.
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