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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.

NYPD Officers Wounded in Bronx Alley Shootout

October 4, 2007
One NYPD detective was wounded and another grazed when the two officers shot it out with a wanted man in a Bronx alley earlier this week.

Texas Deputy Constable Hit, Killed by Car

October 4, 2007
A Texas motor officer has died after being hit by a car Monday morning.

Retired Philly Cops Murdered in Armored Car Robbery Attempt

October 4, 2007
The murdered guards were identified as Joe Alullo, 50, who retired as a sergeant in 2000 after 27 years on the force, and former Police Officer William Widmaier, 65, a 23-year veteran who retired in 1989.

Man Arrested for Stealing Ambulance

October 1, 2007
A Los Angeles Fire Department ambulance was stolen last week from a Hollywood medical center. A man was arrested several hours later after driving the emergency vehicle to Paso Robles, some 200 miles away.

FBI Probes Track Tampering Incident on Chicago Commuter Line

September 29, 2007
The sabotage could have derailed the train and killed hundreds of passengers. Metra employees discovered the sabotage on Monday.

Former N.C. Sheriff Accepts Plea Deal on Corruption Charges

September 29, 2007
Glenn Maynor, former sheriff of Robeson County, N.C., pleaded guilty Wednesday to charges resulting from a federal corruption investigation. More than a dozen of his deputies have also admitted guilt in the the case.

Latino “Immigrants” Sue Feds and Danbury, Conn. Over Arrests

September 28, 2007
Nine of the men were arrested during a sting operation that targeted day laborers in the city. The other man was detained after a traffic stop. He has been deported to Ecuador.
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