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<p>Special Agent Jaime Zapata. Photo: ICE</p>

Gun Runner's Weapon Linked To ICE Agent's Murder

May 8, 2012
A 23-year-old Texas man has received a seven-year federal prison sentence for purchasing the gun later used to kill Special Agent Jaime Zapata.
<p>Photo: Wikimedia</p>

Mass. Trooper In Norman Rockwell Painting Dies

May 8, 2012
Richard Clemens was a 29-year-old trooper when Rockwell asked him to pose for the painting. Rockwell showed him leaning down toward the boy with a red knapsack on the floor behind him.

Video: Ohio's 'Kissing Cop' Claims Discrimination

May 7, 2012
The former Delaware County (Ohio) Sheriff's deputy who was accused of having an inappropriate relationship with former Sheriff Walter Davis filed a discrimination complaint against the department this week.

Gay Teen Fires Stun Gun to Ward Off Bullies

May 7, 2012
A gay teenager claims he brought a stun gun to school and fired it into the air to defend himself from bullies. The teen now faces possible expulsion.

Ex-NYPD Cop Gets 75 Years for Sex Attack

May 7, 2012
A former New York City police officer who managed to avoid a rape conviction for a sexual attack on a schoolteacher at gunpoint was nonetheless sentenced on Monday to 75 years to life in prison.
<p>Screenshot: NY1</p>

New Video Footage Brings Scrutiny To Bronx Arrest

May 7, 2012
A new snippet of video of a rough arrest in the Bronx in late January by New York City police officers has brought further scrutiny on the officers involved.

Civilian Board Questions LAPD Shooting

May 7, 2012
The civilian Los Angeles Police Commission has ruled that an LAPD officer's use of deadly force violated policy and the officer's account of the shooting wasn't credible.
<p>The U.S. Supreme Court may consider police use of TASERs such as the X26 (shown). Photo: TASER</p>

SCOTUS May Review Police TASER Use

May 7, 2012
The U.S. Supreme Court will consider reviewing police use of TASERs as possible excessive force when justices review cases for the upcoming term later this month.

Medical Marijuana Passes In Conn.

May 7, 2012
Connecticut became the 17th state in the nation to legalize marijuana for various medical ailments, when the state legislature passed a bill early Saturday authorizing its use.

Calif. Officers Face Hearing In Death of Homeless Man

May 7, 2012
The two Fullerton (Calif.) Police officers charged in the fatal beating of a homeless man will face a preliminary hearing today where a judge will determine if there's enough evidence to proceed with a trial.
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