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90 Shots Fired in Charlotte Standoff

August 6, 2010
Charlotte-Mecklenburg police have charged Cody Richmond with attempted murder, 10 counts of assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill, and 10 counts of assault with a deadly weapon on a law enforcement officer.

Video: Man Who Threatened to Kill Cops Leads LAPD On Wild Pursuit

August 6, 2010
A suspect led Los Angeles officers on a half-hour pursuit where he drove the wrong way on a one-way street, crashed into another vehicle and caused a cruiser to hit a palm tree.

51 Surenos Arrested In California Narcotics Sting

August 6, 2010
With the combined forces of Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), Santa Barbara County Sheriff and Santa Maria Sheriff, an investigation to identify and eliminate drug trafficking of street gangs has resulted in the seizure of numerous pounds of cocaine, marijuana, firearms and methamphetamine.

Top PCP Distributor In D.C. Gets Life Sentence

August 6, 2010
Lonnell Glover, 48, was sentenced to life imprisonment for his role as leader of a Phencyclidine (PCP) and heroin distribution organization in the District of Columbia and Maryland. With two years of investigation, the FBI revealed that Glover was one of the largest regional suppliers of PCP and heroin in the area.

Former Oklahoma Deputy Assaulted Three, Including Two Inmates With Ax Handle

August 6, 2010
In the first incident, which took place on 2005, Milner physically abused a truck driver following a traffic stop. In a second incident in 2007, Milner assaulted two inmates at the Choctaw County Jail with a large axe handle.

Two New Orleans Officers Charged in Civilian Beating Death

August 6, 2010
The feds indicted Officers Melvin Williams and Matthew Moore for the beating that caused the death of civilian Raymond Robair. If convicted, Williams faces a possible maximum sentence of life in prison. Moore faces a possible maximum sentence of 25 years in prison.

Senate Approves Elena Kagan for U.S. Supreme Court

August 5, 2010
Kagan, a former Harvard Law dean who lacks judicial experience, could serve a significant term on the court as she is 50 years old.

Federal Bill Would Bring $70 Million for Public Safety Communications Gear

August 5, 2010
Federal legislation introduced by a California congresswoman in late July would authorize $70 million in grants to provide first-responders devices capable of the highest-speed transmissions of data, voice, and video services over the Internet.

Senate Approves Jobs Bill That Could Prevent Police Layoffs

August 5, 2010
Advocates said the measure would stop the layoffs of perhaps 300,000 teachers, firefighters, police officers and other public employees.

Feds Charge 14 with Aiding Somali Terror Group

August 5, 2010
"These indictments and arrests in Minnesota, Alabama, and California shed further light on a deadly pipeline that has routed funding and fighters to al-Shabaab from cities across the United States," said Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr., in announcing the indictments.
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