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Legal Weed States Have Trouble Defining "High" Driving

September 7, 2016
It turns out, measuring a person's THC is actually a poor indicator of intoxication. Unlike alcohol, THC gets stored in your fat cells, and isn't water-soluble like alcohol, says Thomas Marcotte, co-director of The Center for Medicinal Cannabis Research at the University of California, San Diego.

Video: Phony CA Cops Try to Pull Over Real Sergeant with Predictable Results

September 7, 2016
Two police-officer impersonators were arrested Tuesday after apparently picking the wrong person to victimize – an off-duty Irvine, CA, police sergeant, police said.

Abused Girl Grows Up to Be Detective, Busts Her Molester

September 7, 2016
It was 5 p.m. on a warm September 2014 day in Granbury, TX, and the 25-year-old woman had asked Chaisson to meet to talk about the years of sexual abuse he inflicted upon her beginning at age 8.

Video: PA Officer Shot 7 Times in June Returns to Duty

September 7, 2016
The Folcroft Police Department made the announcement Tuesday, Tweeting: "We are proud 2 report Officer Dorman has been cleared to return to full Police Duty. He's first shift will be Friday night. He thanks every1"

Video: Widow of Fallen Baton Rouge Officer Says She's Pregnant with His Baby

September 7, 2016
Gerald said she immediately went and told her family, her in-laws, her fellow officer wives Trenisha Jackson and Tonja Garafola as well as Officer Gerald's squad. She admitted she's very excited yet very scared, especially since she said her husband was a very hands-on dad.

Inside the Dallas Sniper Attack

September 7, 2016
In the July twilight, beneath the city’s skyscrapers, a gunman had taken aim at his officers as they stood along Main Street policing a protest rally. One fell, then a second, and a third. After helping to drag one of his wounded men into a patrol car, Gunter followed the gunman’s trail of broken glass and blood.

Minneapolis Officers to Team Up with Mental Health Pros on EDP Calls

September 7, 2016
As police forces across the country re-evaluate their practices regarding encounters with people with mental health problems, Minneapolis authorities plan to pair officers with mental health specialists on emergency calls involving such problems.
<p>Lieutenant Waldemar Rivera-Santiago of the Puerto Rico Police Department was killed Monday on his way to the station.</p>

Puerto Rico Lieutenant Killed in Motorcycle Crash

September 7, 2016
Lieutenant Waldemar Rivera-Santiago of the Puerto Rico Police Department was killed instantly Monday when his motorcycle collided with a truck on PR-2, near mile marker 159 in Mayaguez, while en route to the police headquarters.
<p>Photo: Facebook</p>

Boston Police Union, Commissioner Spar Over Body Camera Use

September 6, 2016
Boston's police commissioner squared off in court Tuesday with the leader of the city's largest police union over a plan to have 100 officers wear body cameras, as lawyers for each side accused the other of having "unclean hands."
<p>Photo: El Paso County Sheriff&#39;s Office</p>

Aryan Gang Member Gets 28 Years for Shooting at CO Officer

September 6, 2016
A Colorado Springs, CO, felon once considered a person of interest in the 2013 slaying of Colorado's top prison official, pleaded guilty Thursday to trying to kill a police officer.
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