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Bosch and Inteva To Develop Electrical Architecture and Cockpit of Carbon's E7

June 22, 2010
Bosch will lead the development of the electrical architecture for the Carbon E7 including integrating emergency lights, communications equipment, WMD threat detection capabilities, automatic license plate recognition systems, radar, and sirens.

Wisconsin Deputy Returns To Duty After Cleared In Child Abuse Charge

June 22, 2010
Neil Bennett said he had spanked his daughter for misbehaving, but did not slap her in the face. Child protective services inspected the girl and could not substantiate the injuries she claimed in the criminal complaint.

California Deputy Resuscitates 17-Day-Old Infant

June 22, 2010
Two deputies, Rick Chaeff and Mike Laddy, were at a coffee shop on Monday when a woman entered and told them her granddaughter wasn't breathing. Chaeff was able to force air into the infant's lungs on the fourth try, and the infant started breathing.

Leader of Anchorage Drug Ring Convicted

June 22, 2010
Mendioloa received the guilty verdict June 18, following a trial that began June 7 and involved 38 prosecution witnesses. The testimony from witnesses revealed that Mendiola ordered the drugs from areas in California such as Van Nuys and Lancaster.

Times Square Would-Be Bomber Pleads Guilty to 10 Federal Charges

June 21, 2010
There is no plea agreement between the government and Shahzad, and the investigation is continuing. Shahzad is scheduled to be sentenced by U.S. District Judge Miriam Goldman Cedarbaum on Oct. 5.

Officer Craig Shaw Won Accolades for Community Service

June 21, 2010
Lancaster (Texas) PD's Officer Craig Shaw, who was killed in a shootout Sunday evening at an apartment complex, had won numerous departmental awards for meritorious conduct.

Dallas Chief's Son Shot Officer, According to Source

June 21, 2010
Wearing only boxer shorts, sunglasses, and no shoes, David Brown Jr. shot and killed a man who pulled into the complex with his wife and children. Brown had been behaving erratically. He later shot Lancaster Officer Craig Shaw, the first officer to respond to the scene.

New BART Chief Takes Over Agency Under Intense Scrutiny

June 21, 2010
Rainey, 51, is the former Fairfield (Calif.) PD chief and developed policies to prevent racial profiling while he worked with the Ventura County (Calif.) Sheriff's Department.

Apartment Gunfight Claims Lancaster Officer and Dallas Chief's Son

June 21, 2010
Shaw responded to a shooting call at the apartment complex, and began searching for the suspect. The officers approached the man, who opened fire, killing Shaw. A fellow officer returned fire and killed the shooter.

Boating Accident Claims Virginia Deputy

June 21, 2010
The jolt of the wake or series or wakes knocked Ridings unconscious and ejected fellow deputy William Schroeder from the 1994 Invader outboard boat. Schroeder, who was piloting the boat, was rescued by other boaters and returned to the boat.
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