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Video: Plainclothes Cop Scuffles with Iowa Woman

November 1, 2011
Sioux City (Iowa) Police Chief Dan Young's comments came in response to dashboard video footage showing plainclothes officer Joshua Tyler struggling with Dacosta Daniels. An internal investigation cleared the officers.

Two Dead, 13 Injured In New Orleans Halloween Shootings

November 1, 2011
Halloween violence erupted in New Orleans, as shootings in the French Quarter and other neighborhoods left two men dead and 13 people injured.

Calif. Deputy Arrests Man, After Regaining Control of Duty Pistol

November 1, 2011
During a physical struggle with a man who had threatened to kill his family, a Shasta County (Calif.) Sheriff's deputy regained control of his service weapon and made the arrest.
<p>Photo: Les Williams, Kentucky State Police</p>

60 Troopers Join Kentucky State Police

November 1, 2011
The 60 new troopers who joined the Kentucky State Police after graduating the academy during a Sunday ceremony bring to 914 the total number of troopers on the force.

Illinois State Police Open Firing Ranges To Public

November 1, 2011
The Illinois State Police will open five of its firing ranges around the state on an "Open Range" day to provide members of the public with firearm instruction and education.

9-Year-Old School Bus Rider Hurled Chair at Deputy

November 1, 2011
The girl jumped off the bus, spit at staff members, and threw pieces of asphalt at the bus. She also retrieved a metal chair from a nearby yard and threw it at a Lee County Sheriff's deputy.

N.D. Agency Reverses Denial of Death Benefit To Deputy's Widow

November 1, 2011
North Dakota Workforce Safety and Insurance has reversed an earlier decision denying death benefits for the family of slain Burleigh County Sheriff's Deputy Bryan Sleeper.

Miami Chief Says Speeding Officer 'Will Pay'

November 1, 2011
In an interview with Local 10 on Monday, Miami Police Chief Manuel Orosa said, "He was endangering everybody around him, and he, like my predecessor used to say, he did a knuckle-headed move, and he will pay for it."

Top Justice Official Says He Knew About Fast and Furious

November 1, 2011
Lanny Breuer, the head of the Justice Department's criminal division, has acknowledged that he knew about "Fast and Furious" and the ATF's tactic of letting guns "walk" into the hands of criminals in April 2010.

'Shoot a Cop' Fliers Found at Occupy Phoenix Protest

October 31, 2011
Fliers asking, "When Should You Shoot a Cop?" were found at an Occupy Phoenix demonstration at Cesar Chavez Plaza by Department of Public Safety officials.
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