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Oakland Cop Shoots Man Who Exited Vehicle With Two Weapons

January 27, 2011
Martin Flenaugh, 19, was the passenger in a car driven by parolee Jerome Brown, 24, who was arrested after a foot pursuit. Brown has convictions for possession of stolen property and being an accessory.

Buffalo Airport Officer Took Home 1,000 Confiscated Items

January 27, 2011
The officer, who works for the Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority, acknowledged the thefts after the airport implemented a new inventory system and supervisors noticed the missing items.

California Officer Shoots 16-Year-Old During Knife Attack

January 27, 2011
Three 16-year-old boys had robbed a 41-year-old woman of her cell phone and some personal items before being confronted by officers. One boy then grabbed, and stabbed, the officer.

Indy Cop Killer: 'One Thing Led To Another'

January 27, 2011
The man accused of fatally shooting Indianapolis Metro Police Officer David Moore apparently obtained the gun to shoot someone who had cheated him out of $100.

Bored Florida Teens Shot 275 Cars, Causing $100,000 Damage

January 27, 2011
Evan Salas, 19, and Brandon Smith, 18, have been arrested for a rampage through three cities in Pinellas County. The teens said they shot the vehicles because they were "bored."
Image courtesy of U.S. Customs and Border Protection.

Border Patrol Seizes Medieval Dope Catapult

January 27, 2011
The smugglers were observed by a remote video surveillance system, triggering a response by National Guard troops and Mexican authorities who disrupted the operation.

Western States Police & Fire Games Scheduled for June

January 26, 2011
Organizers expect more than 10,000 competitors from Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Texas, Utah, Washington and Wyoming for this year's event, which is expected to generate $15 million in economic impact to the region.
Smith & Wesson's SW1911Sc is one of six new E-Series 1911 pistols the company will introduce in 2011. Photo courtesy of S&W.

S&W Introduces Six 1911 E-Series Pistols

January 26, 2011
Smith & Wesson will introduce six 1911 E-Series pistols that are machined to exacting tolerances and built with a variety of custom features. The 1911 E-Series pistols are designed with a new precision hand-fit trigger and are available in both traditional grips and round-butt models.

FCC Picks LTE for Public Safety Network

January 26, 2011
The announcement was cautiously applauded by law enforcement supporters of a national broadband network that would replace the web of disparate radio frequencies that often thwart communication between police, fire and EMS during incident response.

Faro Celebrates 30 Years With Custom Motorcycle

January 26, 2011
With the FaroArm, craftsmen are able to digitize the exact shape and placement of components, virtually eliminating the need to trace and create cardboard templates.
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