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The "Hand Stuff" Launches New Reparative Hand Balm

July 18, 2015
The "Hand Stuff" is designed to nourish and replenish the skin of dry, cracked, chapped, and damaged hands.

Batteries by Impact Power Technologies Boost Government Purchasing Vehicles for Securewatch24

July 18, 2015
Multiple SW24 products will now harness the energy of IPT's exclusively formulated Lithium Polymer and Lithium Ion batteries, providing customers with high-performance, mobile power.
<p>Anthony Lord is in custody after five people were shot, two fatally in a northern Maine rampage. (Photo: Maine State Police)</p>

Ex-Con in Custody After Five Shot, Two Fatally in Northern Maine Rampage

July 17, 2015
Maine State Police say a former convict shot five people, two of them fatally, during a rampage across several northern Maine towns before being captured.

Wisconsin Officers Shoot, Kill Man Wielding Sword

July 17, 2015
Two Wauwatosa, Wis., police officers responding to a call from a landlord about an unruly tenant wielding a sword Thursday night fatally shot the man after he refused to drop the weapon, Wauwatosa Police Chief Barry Weber said Friday.
<p>Thomas Johnson III murdered Rochester, N.Y., police officer Daryl Pierson in September 2014. (Photo: Rochester PD)</p>

New York Cop Killer Gets Life Without Parole

July 17, 2015
Johnson, 39, has lived a life of crime and was a parole absconder when he fatally shot Rochester Officer Daryl Pierson.

Lawmakers Introduce Bills to Aid Federal Officers Affected by Massive Personnel Records Hack

July 17, 2015
The legislation would provide free lifetime identity theft protection to those affected by the OPM data breaches and includes identity theft insurance covering losses up to $5 million.
<p>Mohammad Youssef Abdulazeez in his April booking photo after a DUI arrest. (Photo: Hamilton County Jail)</p>

Who Was the Chattanooga Shooter?

July 17, 2015
A few months before Thursday’s shootings, he had a scrape with the law. In April, he was charged with driving under the influence in Chattanooga, according to court records. A booking photo from the arrest shows him with a half-smile and a full beard. He was to appear in court July 30.
<p>(Photo: April Grimmett/Facebook)</p>

Military Recruiting Centers Make Tempting Targets for Terrorists

July 17, 2015
“Recruiting offices have been kind of on the leading edge of targets simply because they are both ubiquitous and they’re vulnerable,” Brian Michael Jenkins, senior adviser to the president of Rand Corp.
<p>The components of a sex crimes investigation kit. (Photo: Sirchie)</p>

Tens of Thousands of Rape Kits Go Untested Nationwide

July 17, 2015
The records reveal widespread inconsistency in how police handle rape evidence from agency to agency, and even officer to officer. Some departments test every rape kit. Others send as few as two in 10 to crime labs.

Video: Minnesota Officer Spends Last Day on the Job Handing Out Gifts to People He Served

July 17, 2015
So after 14 years serving the city as a police officer, Peters spent his last day doing just that. Using his own money, Peters, who lives in Andover, Minnesota, said he purchased five gift cards from Target and five gift cards from the grocery chain Cub Foods worth $50 each and handed them out to strangers in Brooklyn Center.
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