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N.C. Man Urinated on Highway Patrol Cruiser

April 18, 2011
A Wilson man is expected in court in May on charges he urinated on a North Carolina Highway Patrol car parked in front of a county magistrate's office.

School Agent Returned Fire with Shot Cop's Gun During NYC Retail Robbery

April 18, 2011
Anthony Presley, 39, attempted to thwart the robbery in Bedford-Stuyvesant on Saturday night. He was shot in the shoulder. The school agent then grabbed Presley's Glock and chased off the robbers.

TASER To Unveil Next-Gen ECD for Officers

April 18, 2011
TASER International will introduce a new handheld electronic control device (ECD) on Wednesday. The X2 is similar in size to the X26 unit widely used by law enforcement officers.
<p><em><strong>Photo: Sturm, Ruger &amp; Co.</strong></em></p>

Ruger Introduces 1911-Style Pistol

April 18, 2011
The single-action, .45-auto Ruger SR1911 arrives with a stainless steel slide, barstock frame, 5-inch barrel and bushing. The slide features rear cocking serrations and a dovetailed three-dot sight system with a Novak rear sight and standard front sight.
<p><em><strong>Cellebrite's UFED standard is a mobile forensic device that  extracts data from 95% of cellular phones on the market today, according  to the company. Photo via Cellebrite.</strong></em></p>

Michigan ACLU Questions Troopers' Use of Cellphone Data Extractors

April 18, 2011
The American Civil Liberties Union of Michigan wants more information about how Michigan State Police troopers are using devices known as cellular data extractors to retrieve information from a citizen's mobile device during a traffic stop without their consent.

DOJ Asks SCOTUS to Review Police GPS Tracking Case

April 18, 2011
The Justice Department has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to consider whether the use of GPS tracking devices on suspect vehicles without a warrant is allowed under the Fourth Amendment.

Phoenix Chief Retires, Mayor Laments 'Vindictive' Politics

April 18, 2011
Jack Harris retired by sending a one-line e-mail to the city's top administrator. Mayor Phil Gordon told the Arizona Republic he regretted the retirement, calling it a lamentable result of "vindictive" political maneuvering.

Pa. Cop Kills Self In Squad

April 18, 2011
Upper Southampton police officer Richard Lizzio, 56, was found Friday in uniform in his squad car in the parking lot of the Jesus Focus Ministry Church. Lizzio had been on the force for more than 20 years and was married.

Virginia Tech Marks Anniversary, Maintains It Did Nothing Wrong

April 16, 2011
Virginia Tech remembered the 32 students and faculty members killed in the mass shooting four years ago on the anniversary today, as school administrators continued to maintain they did nothing wrong in delaying school-wide notification.

Judge: Baltimore's Gun Registry Is Unconstitutional

April 15, 2011
Judge Alfred Nance said the police department, which oversees the program, had "failed or refused to comply" with establishing clear regulations for the registry, which required people convicted of gun crimes to provide addresses and other information with the city every six months for a period of three years.
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