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1 Killed, 3 Injured in Alabama College Shooting

April 7, 2011
Following the shooting, the alleged gunman, Thomas Franklin May III, apparently walked up to reporters and told them "I'm the guy" police were searching for as the shooter.

Former Va. Chief Was Briefed On Recruit's Death, Acting Chief Says

April 7, 2011
Marquis, who retired in late February, initially didn't mention the head blows received by Kohn, and later said, "I think someone on my staff … should have advised me more thoroughly than I was."

Home Invader Who Shot Pa. Cop Posed as FBI Agent

April 6, 2011
A suburban Pennsylvania police officer may be paralyzed, after he was shot by home invaders Tuesday, who had posted as FBI to gain entry to a house and demanded narcotics and cash.

Shot LAPD Officer Shows Improvement

April 6, 2011
Officer Steven Jenkins, a 22-year veteran of the force and member of the canine unit, has been upgraded from critical to serious condition.

Boston Cop's SUV Collides with Fire Truck

April 6, 2011
An off-duty Boston Police officer driving a silver SUV collided with a fire truck Tuesday afternoon in a Mattapan intersection, badly damaging the vehicles and knocking down signal poles.

Michigan Trooper Crashes During Early Morning Pursuit

April 6, 2011
Trooper Jeffrey Werda, 43, had responded to a pursuit at 1:30 a.m. today on Birch Run Road in Taymouth Township to help Saginaw County sheriff's deputies with the chase.

Video: S.C. Thieves Use Forklift to Steal ATM

April 5, 2011
At least two men used the heavy equipment to lift the ATM from its footings at the First National Bank of the South on Sunset Boulevard. In the footage, the forklift operator is seen lifting the ATM off its footings and moving it toward a pickup truck's bed.
<p>Photo: Flickr (david_shankbone).</p>

Missouri Deputy Resigns, After Shooting Chihuahua

April 5, 2011
Dep. Kelly Barks was responding to a domestic disturbance call in February, when she encountered three growling dogs, including the Chihuahua. Barks fired at the dog, left the home, and returned to fire two more shots at the dog.
<p>Photo: U.S. Customs and Border Protection.</p>

Customs Agents Seize Pot-Laden Wheelchair

April 5, 2011
Agents arrested a 19-year-old man pretending to be disabled, who was attempting to smuggle wrapped packages of marijuana through a border checkpoint at San Ysidro near San Diego, Calif.

Cancer Patient Tackles Florida Bank Robber

April 5, 2011
The incident began when the female suspect approached the teller window and demanded $10,000 and said she had a gun. The suspect then turned and told bank customers to get onto the ground.
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