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Video: 'Super Drunk' Driver Strikes Cop at Drive-Thru

June 20, 2013
A man later declared "super drunk" under Michigan law struck a Pittsfield Township Police officer at a restaurant drive-thru in February. Police released dash-cam video of the incident from 1:38 p.m. on Valentine's Day to AnnArbor.com.

FBI Ends Search for Jimmy Hoffa

June 19, 2013
The umpteenth dig for Jimmy Hoffa may have unearthed zilch, but the FBI's decades-old search for the famous Teamsters leader is far from over.
<p>Screenshot via CBS News.</p>

NYPD Cops Fight Racial Profiling Bill

June 19, 2013
A new ad produced by the NYPD's Captains Endowment Association blasts a City Council bill on racial profiling. The association says the bill would blindfold them from doing their job.
<p>Screenshot via WXYZ.</p>

Mistrial Declared In Detroit Cop's OIS Case

June 18, 2013
Detroit Police Officer Joseph Weekley will stand trial a second time for the shooting death of 7-year-old Aiyana Stanley Jones after a judge on Tuesday declared a mistrial.

Okla. Cop Kills Hostage-Taker, Saves Toddler

June 18, 2013
A man was shot and killed by a Midwest City (Okla.) Police officer Monday afternoon after holding a toddler hostage for more than half an hour inside a grocery store, authorities said.

Chief Upset By Playing of Anti-Police Rap Song

June 18, 2013
Provincetown (Mass.) Police Chief Jeff Jaran said he became uncomfortable and offended when a pub he stopped by began playing an anti-police rap song.
<p>Photo via Facebook/Eugene Crum.</p>

W.Va. Sheriff's Alleged Killer Denied Bail

June 18, 2013
A judge has denied bail for the suspect who allegedly shot and killed Mingo County (W.Va.) Sheriff Eugene Crum while he ate lunch in his patrol car.

Ohio Chief Fired for Multiple Offenses

June 17, 2013
Celina, Ohio, managers dismissed the 10,400-resident city's police chief Friday for several incidents that called into question the chief's professionalism. The city's mayor and safety service director notified Chief David Slusser of his termination in a co-signed letter.

Border Patrol Implements 'Fuel Conservation' In Texas

June 17, 2013
Budget cuts have hampered the U.S. Border Patrol’s work in its busiest sector on the Southwest border, agents said Friday, with the agency introducing fuel conservation measures in the Rio Grande Valley that have agents patrolling on foot and doubling up in vehicles.

Oakland Union: 'No Confidence' In Radio System

June 17, 2013
Several Oakland City Council members agreed to delay spending $3 million to upgrade the emergency communications system after the patrol union blasted the system.
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