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Survivalist Shot by Officers, After Five-Day Manhunt

October 3, 2011
Aaron Bassler, 35, was shot seven times in the chest, by tactical officers from the Sacramento County Sheriff's Department, as he held a Norinco SKS rifle. The deputies located Bassler at 12:35 p.m. There was a round in the chamber, the rifle was in the fire position, and Bassler's finger was extended alongside the trigger.

Video: Nearly 800 Wall Street Protesters Arrested Blocking Brooklyn Bridge

October 3, 2011
NYPD officers on Sunday arrested nearly 800 Wall Street protesters who refused to disperse from the traffic lanes of the Brooklyn Bridge after repeated warnings. Several NYPD videos show protesters ignoring officers using bullhorns.

Ind. Teen Turns Self In With Cuffs, After Escaping From Squad

October 3, 2011
Zachary A. Keilman walked into Lowell Post and told Sgt. Alan Jamerson he believed he was wanted on a warrant. He then showed the sergeant his wrists, which each had a handcuff and a cut chain attached to them.
<p>Screenshot: Fox11online.</p>

Wis. Cop Injured When Drunk Driver Plows Into Cruiser's Rear

October 3, 2011
Officer Jeff Everetts required staples in his head, following the crash at 11:15 p.m. while he conducted a traffic stop. A 23-year-old Green Bay woman was arrested and charged with a misdemeanor operating while intoxicated.

ACLU Questions Oakland's Body Camera Policy In Fatal Shooting

October 3, 2011
The officer's Vievu on-body camera, which is about the size of a pager, captured the Sept. 25 shooting in East Oakland. The officer fatally shot the suspect, who had a gun and drugs, after a foot pursuit and struggle.

Grand Jury Indicts 17 NYPD Officers, 5 Civilians In Ticket-Fixing Probe

October 3, 2011
The charges range from official misconduct to grand larceny, and stem from a two-year investigation by the NYPD's Internal Affairs Bureau. The grand jury has been reviewing the evidence for six months. Ten union officials, mostly from the Patrolmen's Benevolent Association, are expected to face indictments.

No Bail for Ex-Marine Who Shot Fla. Deputy

October 3, 2011
On Monday, Judge Walter Heinrich revoked bail that had initially been set at $65,000 for Matthew Lane Buendia, who fired at Hillsborough County Sheriff's deputy Deputy Lyonelle De Veaux on Friday.

Iowa Officer's Duty Death Not Suspicious

October 3, 2011
The Anamosa (Iowa) Police department lost one of its patrol officers in a line-of-duty death the chief has said did not involve suspicious circumstances. Officer David Shane Riches, 34, was a full time Anamosa officer, and a part time deputy for the Jones County Sheriff's Department.
<p>Screenshot: KWTV.</p>

Two Okla. Deputies Killed In Wreck with Semi

October 1, 2011
Deputies Tim Lowery and Mike Roberts were travelling west on Highway 39 four miles west of Highway 177. The deputies crested a hill, when they encountered a semi hauling a lowboy trailer that was attempted to make a U-turn.

Metro D.C. PD To Hire 300 Cops

October 1, 2011
The Metropolitan (D.C.) Police Department should grow to 3,900 officers in the coming year, following Mayor Vincent Gray's announcement that the agency will hire 300 officers.
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