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Ore. Sheriff Likely To Adopt Chevrolet Caprice PPVs

March 8, 2012
The Washington County (Ore.) Sheriff's Office in Hillsboro, Ore., is leaning toward the Caprice PPV and Tahoe PPV as replacements for the Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor.
<p>Photo:&nbsp;Orangeburg County (S.C.) Sheriff</p>

S.C. Sheriff Opts for Dodge Chargers

March 8, 2012
The Orangeburg County (S.C.) Sheriff's Office rolled out new Dodge Chargers in late February, replacing Ford Crown Victoria sedans.

Tulsa Plaza Shooter's Brother Was Killed In Police Shootout

March 8, 2012
Andrew Joseph Dennehy, 23, remained in the hospital in critical condition, after allegedly shooting a Tulsa County, Okla., sheriff's deputy and being shot.

Idaho Deputy Charged with Vehicular Manslaughter

March 8, 2012
A former Payette County, Idaho, sheriff's deputy will face vehicular manslaughter charges stemming from the death of a man in an October crash.

Mattress-Toting Fla. Officer Suspended

March 8, 2012
The Miami-Dade, Fla., police officer caught hauling two mattresses strapped to her patrol car has been suspended, as she winds down her career toward retirement.

Penn. Man Pepper-Sprays Trooper

March 8, 2012
When his pet Chihuahua failed to scare off a state trooper, a Fayette County man said he used pepper spray on the uniformed trooper because he believed he was impersonating a police officer.
<p>Bank surveillance images show the suspect in a Feb. 29 robbery. Photos: Chino PD</p>

Calif. Police Warn of Distraction Calls Before Crimes

March 7, 2012
A phone call likely meant to distract police before a bank robbery in Chino, Calif., in late February may signal a new trend in criminal activity, according to investigators on the case.
<p>Photo: U.S. Customs and Border Protection</p>

Border Agents Find Woman in Van Wall

March 7, 2012
U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers uncovered a female illegal immigrant stuffed inside the wall of a van during a weekend that also netted the agency nearly $5.9 million in narcotics seizures.

Texas Cop Killer Returns To Death Row

March 7, 2012
A man convicted of murdering a Houston police officer more than 20 years ago at a traffic stop returned to death row after an appellete court turned away his bid for a life sentence.

'Idiots' Discuss Columbine-Style Massacre On Facebook

March 7, 2012
Two former students of a Massachusetts high school used poor judgement when discussing a Columbine-style attack on Facebook and never intended to carry out the plan, the mother of one told the Boston Herald.
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