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Mexican Police Chiefs Seek U.S. Asylum

May 15, 2008
Three Mexican police chiefs have requested political asylum in the U.S. as violence escalates in the Mexican drug wars and spills across the U.S. border, a top Homeland Security official told The Associated Press.

Reputed Gang Leader Faces Prison for Taunting Police Video

May 15, 2008
A reputed Miami gang leader who appeared in an Internet video taunting police with guns faces prison time after pleading guilty to federal weapons charges.

Police Hold Suspect in Florida Arson Fires

May 15, 2008
The deputy police chief of Palm Bay, Fla., where at least 40 homes have been gutted by wildfires said authorities have arrested a man they believe may be linked to one of the blazes.

Texas Syndicate Gang Members Reach Plea Deals

May 15, 2008
Three members of the Texas Syndicate gang who faced trial today on federal racketeering charges involving murder and drug dealing have reached plea deals with the government.

Rogue LAPD Cop Gets 13 Years

May 15, 2008
Facing a potential life sentence in federal prison, a former Los Angeles police officer who was the admitted mastermind of a home invasion robbery gang apologized for his crimes Monday, telling a federal judge, "I became something that I despised."

20th Annual D.C. Candlelight Vigil Honors Fallen Police Officers

May 14, 2008
An annual candlelight vigil lit up the Northwest side of D.C. Tuesday night, honoring the fallen law enforcement officials who died in the line of duty.

N.Y. State Senator Promotes Police Pistol Cameras

May 14, 2008
State Senator Eric Adams, a Brooklyn Democrat who spent 22 years with New York City's police department, was displaying an accessory he hopes will eventually be embraced by police statewide: a camera mounted on the gun.

L.A. County Sheriff's Department Training Halted to Fix Violations

May 14, 2008
Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca has ordered his academy to stop training new recruits until it addresses problems exposed by state inspectors, including the revelation that one instructor gave recruits the answers to their tests.

LAPD Dietician Tries To Arrest Obesity

May 10, 2008
Rana Parker wants to protect and serve the LAPD -- protect them from doughnuts and serve them healthy food.

S.C. Deputy Shot, Killed at Domestic Dispute

May 10, 2008
An Orangeburg County, S.C., deputy was shot and killed while responding to a domestic violence call, Sheriff Larry Williams said earlier this week.
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