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Nuestra Familia Member Pleads Guilty To Drug Trafficking

April 10, 2012
A Northern California man has pleaded guilty to operating a cocaine trafficking conspiracy for the Nuestra Familia prison gang, federal authorities announced Monday.

FBI Probes Police Shooting of Calif. Teen

April 10, 2012
The FBI has launched a civil rights probe into the fatal officer-involved shooting of an unarmed Pasadena, Calif., teenager by officers who were told he was an armed robbery suspect.

Video: Footage Shows Chaotic, Deadly Utah Raid

April 10, 2012
Newly released dash-cam video shows the chaotic scene during a task force raid in January that resulted in the death of an Ogden (Utah) Police officer and the wounding of five other officers.

CHP Officer Pleads Not Guilty of Illegal Cache

April 10, 2012
A California Highway Patrol officer, charged with having a cache of illegal guns, explosives, drugs, and stolen drivers' licenses at his Anderson area home, pleaded not guilty on Monday in Shasta County Superior Court.

Cop Kills Self After High-Speed Pursuit

April 10, 2012
A Montgomery County (Md.) Police Department officer committed suicide after leading a Maryland trooper on a high-speed pursuit on Monday.

Fla. Cruiser Shot Near Trayvon Martin Crime Scene

April 10, 2012
A Sanford (Fla.) Police car parked near the Trayvon Martin shooting scene was found Tuesday morning with several bullet holes in it, according to authorities.
<p>Deputy Ryan Tvelia was killed in a motorcycle accident early Tuesday. Photo: NCSO</p>

Mass. Deputy Killed In Motorcycle Crash

April 10, 2012
A Norfolk County (Mass.) Sheriff's Office deputy was killed today, after his police motorcycle collided with two vehicles while on his way to join a funeral service honor guard.

Threat Targets 9 More U. of Pittsburgh Buildings

April 9, 2012
University of Pittsburgh personnel, starting today, will check all buildings before allowing anyone to enter, as well as require identification for entry. The measures are in response to recent bomb threats targeting campus buildings.

Tenn. Sgt. Killed Saving Firefighters

April 9, 2012
Kenny Fox, a sergeant for the Decatur County (Tenn.) Sheriff's Office and the fire chief of District 3 in Decaturville, died Saturday morning after saving the lives of two other volunteer firefighters by pushing them out of the way before a roof collapsed in a fire.

Pa. Cops Cite Several Dozen Pagans for Speeding

April 9, 2012
Manheim, Pa., Police officers handed out several dozen speeding tickets to Outlaw Motorcycle Gang members during a mass stop Saturday afternoon along Route 222.
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