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The D & R Electronics 3 phase light intensity Map Light provides a stable source of light even in moving vehicles.

Adamson Industries Distributes Three-Phase Map Light

October 27, 2010
The map light has a 280-degree turning radius, 1-watt red and white LEDs and a flexible goose neck with an on/off switch that provides a stable source of light in moving vehicles.

Georgia Deputy Leaps From Flaming Propane-Fueled Cruiser

October 26, 2010
The interior of the car caught fire, when Deputy Gary Cox decided to light up a cigarette. The agency is investigating whether there was a leak and has suspended propane use.

Philly Cop Must Pay Victim's Family

October 26, 2010
The verdict against Officer Marvin Burton came despite three separate investigations by the District Attorney's office, Internal Affairs Division, and the Firearms Discharge Review Board that ruled the shooting justifiable.

Video: Texas Officer Saves Woman From Oncoming Train

October 26, 2010
The agency provided the dramatic dash-cam footage to MyFoxHouston.com, and will use it as a public safety warning about drinking and driving.

Off-Duty Houston Cop Fires on Truck Thief

October 26, 2010
Officer R.O. Carreon, who has been on the force since 2006, fired on the suspected thief with a shotgun and wounding the man, who was arrested after driving to LBJ Hospital following the shooting.

NJ Officer Killed in Crash, After Saving Choking Man

October 26, 2010
A Teaneck (N.J.) Police officer was killed when his vehicle struck a utility pole, several hours after he had saved the life of an 87-year-old man.

Arizona Border Patrol Agents Seize Heroin From Inside Engine

October 26, 2010
The vehicle, a green Chevrolet Silverado Extended Cab, was occupied by a male Mexican national, who was arrested. Further investigation revealed several packages of black tar heroin inside the engine's manifold.

World Trade Center Flag Honors Baltimore Duty Deaths

October 26, 2010
A flag that flew over the World Trade Center site after 9/11 is coming to Baltimore in tribute to three police officers who've died in the past month.
NYPD Det. Feris Jones halted an armed robbery in a Brooklyn salon. Photo courtesy of NYPD.

Salon Cop Promoted to Detective

October 26, 2010
Officer Feris Jones will be recognized by NYPD Commissioner Raymond W. Kelly and Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg for "her poise and marksmanship," according to the report.

Color Guard Imposter Brought Two M16s Into Michigan Game

October 25, 2010
The man used the uniform and rifles as a ruse to sneak into the game, after he was unable to purchase a ticket.
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