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Man Attacks Town With Armored Bulldozer, Kills Self

June 10, 2004
A local welder destroyed several buildings in the small resort town of Granby, Colo., with his custommade armored bulldozer before turning a gun on himself while still in the makeshift tank.

Cops Take Classes to Fight Internet Crime

June 3, 2004
Across Europe, police agencies are teaching officers how to use computer forensics to combat the new and growing trend of crimes perpetrated over the Internet.

Violent Crime Continues Decline

June 3, 2004
According to preliminary FBI statistics, violent crimes overall continued to decline in 2003, although there was a slight increase in murder rates.

Beat Cops Get Access to Federal Terror Data

June 3, 2004
A pilot program will give cops on the street in New York and Vermont speedy electronic access to federal data on suspects in an effort to fight domestic terrorism.

Cancer Drug Gaining Popularity on Streets

May 27, 2004
Fairly new to the Philadelphia streets are “perc-a-pops,” which Philadelphia police started to identify last summer, says Capt. Chris Werner, who commands the Philadelphia Police Department’s narcotics investigative unit. A perc-a-pop looks like a lollipop, but it’s really a prescription drug that contains the painkiller fentanyl, an opioid.

Major League Baseball Joins Click-It or Ticket Campaign

May 27, 2004
As part of the national mobilization campaign to encourage safety belt use, many law enforcement agencies have teamed with each other—and in Massachusetts, the state’s department of public safety has teamed with a major league ballpark.

Man Calls Police to Scene of His Crime

May 27, 2004
A man was arrested for apparent robbery after he called police himself.

Giuliani Tells 9/11 Panel N.Y. Never Warned

May 20, 2004
Although New York City officials never received information about a possible attack on the World Trade Center from the White House, the intelligence might not have changed the city’s counter-terrorism security measures, former mayor Rudolph Giuliani told the Sept. 11 commission.

Jail Enforces Visitor Dress Code

May 20, 2004
Skimpy clothing is no longer allowed at St. Joseph County Jail in South Bend, Ind., following a new rule regulating visitors’ dress.
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