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Drunk Driving Suspect Hits St. Cloud City Hall with Cops in Pursuit

November 29, 2010
A drunk driving suspect being pursued by police rammed his car into St. Cloud City Hall early Monday and was nabbed after trying to flee on foot, according to authorities.

N.Y. Bloods Wear Colors To Court To Intimidate Witnesses

November 29, 2010
"They should not be coming into this courthouse wearing their colors," says Mariela Palomino Herring, the chief of the Queens district attorney's gang violence bureau. "This is our territory, not theirs."

Dallas Officer Wounded by Reportedly Suicidal Shooter

November 29, 2010
A witness to a shootout that left a Dallas police officer wounded and the gunman dead Sunday night at a Pleasant Grove apartment complex says he thinks the gunman wanted to die.

Suspected Aztecas Gang Leader Arrested in Juárez

November 29, 2010
Mexican federal police today announced the arrest of a man accused of being the leader of the Aztecas gang and who allegedly ordered a hit of a U.S. Consulate employee last March.

Portland Bomb Plot Suspect Felt Betrayed by Family, Thought Living in U.S. Was Sin

November 29, 2010
Mohamed Osman Mohamud was angry at his parents for keeping him from jihad and had thought about carrying out an operation, "something like Mumbai," since he was 17. On the two-year anniversary of the shooting and bombing attack on a Mumbai, India, hotel that killed 166 people, Mohamud pressed the buttons on a cell phone he thought would trigger an explosion, creating a "spectacular show" and killing hundreds at Pioneer Courthouse Square, the government alleges.

Prominent American Muslim Says Police/TSA Should Profile Muslims

November 29, 2010
As an American Muslim, I’ve come to recognize, sadly, that there is one common denominator defining those who’ve got their eyes trained on U.S. targets: MANY of them are Muslim—like the Somali-born teenager arrested Friday night for a reported plot to detonate a car bomb at a packed Christmas tree-lighting ceremony in downtown Portland, Oregon.

Police Apprehend Suspect Who Sparked Baltimore Nightclub Gunbattle

November 29, 2010
Franklin James Gross, 30, is charged with attempted murder of a police officer and six other charges stemming from the incident.

Raybestos Police Brake Pads Lead Aftermarket in Performance Evaluation

November 29, 2010
The company's police disc brake pads are designed specifically for patrol and pursuit applications. The results of the test demonstrate "the superiority of Raybestos police brake pads," according to the company.

State Agencies Select Smith & Wesson M&P Rifles

November 29, 2010
Smith & Wesson has announced that the Nevada Department of Public Safety (DPS) has chosen to equip its officers with 500 M&P15X tactical rifles. Nevada DPS joins a number of law enforcement agencies that have converted to Smith & Wesson tactical rifles, including the Nebraska State Patrol, which also recently selected duty rifles the M&P Series.

Magnum Boots Launches New Website for Consumers

November 29, 2010
Magnum USA has unveiled a new, customer Website. The new site design balances high-impact aesthetics with modern typography, providing consumers with a new standard in usability as well as a larger canvas to view Magnum products.
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