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Louisville Police Cite ADA in Removal of Tents from Occupy ICE Protest

July 19, 2018
Dozens of officers tore down the tents, and removed various objects — grills, sleeping bags, foam pads, and even toys — from encampment, dubbed Camp Compasión.

Baltimore Sergeant Crashes Agency Car, Charged with DUI

July 19, 2018
A police spokesman said Sergeant Larry Worsley was off duty when his department-issued Dodge Charger struck several unoccupied parked vehicles in Northeast Baltimore.

2 Alabama Officers Injured During Pursuit of Carjacking Suspects

July 19, 2018
Two Birmingham (AL) police officers were injured Thursday while pursuing a pair of carjacking suspects.
<p>Murphy (TX) police rescued a baby from a suspected bank robber who allegedly tried to use the child as a human shield when officers attempted to arrest her.</p>

Video: Texas Police Save Baby Being Held by Suspect as Human Shield

July 19, 2018
Murphy (TX) police rescued a baby from a suspected bank robber who allegedly tried to use the child as a human shield when officers attempted to arrest her.

Paramedics Honored for Helping Officer Being Attacked

July 19, 2018
Paramedics Heidi Nishimoto, Mason Kinnard, and Kristina Douglas, were each presented the Big Willie Whitley Citizenship Award.

FBI Joins Manhunt for Gunman Who Killed Hawaii Officer

July 19, 2018
The FBI has offered a $10,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of the alleged gunman in the death of Hawaii County Police Officer Bronson Kaliloa.
<p>The debate over the death penalty has been reignited in the wake of the murder of Weymouth (MA) Police Sergeant Michael Chesna. Image courtesy of ODMP.</p>

Murder of Massachusetts Officer Spurs Death Penalty Discussion

July 19, 2018
The debate over the death penalty has been reignited in the wake of the murder of Weymouth (MA) Police Sergeant Michael Chesna.
<p>During a pick-up basketball game in Sterling (VA) a player took exception to what witnesses have described as a &quot;hard screen&quot; or &quot;hard pick&quot; and&nbsp;reportedly called the police.</p>

Video: Virginia Police Called Over Basketball Foul

July 19, 2018
During a pick-up basketball game in Sterling (VA) a player took exception to what witnesses have described as a "hard screen" or "hard pick" and threatened to call police. The other players thought he was joking. He wasn't.
<p>Members of the Pembroke Pines SWAT team showed up at a Korean War veteran&#39;s house to let him use their night vision gear before he goes blind.</p>

Video: Florida Officers Grant Korean War Vet's Wish to Use Night Vision System Before He Goes Blind

July 18, 2018
Officers in Pembroke Pines, Florida, answered the call from an 88-year-old Navy veteran who had one request before completely losing his sight. He wanted to use night vision goggles.

Missouri Trooper Shot Investigating Suspicious Vehicle

July 18, 2018
Sgt. Jeff Kinder, Troop G says the Trooper Rob Crewse was investigating a suspicious call about a vehicle when he was shot.
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