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Fla. Officer Reprimanded for Hauling Mattresses On Cruiser

March 6, 2012
A Miami-Dade, Fla., police officer has been relieved of duty, after a local television station aired video showing her hauling mattresses on top of her marked patrol unit.

Fla. Deputy Fatally Shot After Pursuit

March 6, 2012
A female Brevard County (Fla.) Sheriff's deputy was fatally shot Tuesday morning in Melbourne while investigating a motel burglary. The deputy has been identified by ODMP as Barbara Pill.

Video: Brawl Erupts In Mass. Courtroom

March 6, 2012
The family members of a woman who was allegedly slain by her boyfriend attacked the boyfriend at his arraignment hearing Monday, triggering a mini melee.

Wis. Deputy Dies Fighting Theater Fire

March 6, 2012
A Marathon County (Wis.) Sheriff's deputy died Sunday, after he became trapped in an engulfed theater with two other firefighters. Deputy Jamison Kampmeyer was also a volunteer for the Colby Fire Department.
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Killer Collected $30K In Unemployment From Prison

March 5, 2012
A Southern California gang member received $30,000 in fraudulently obtained unemployment insurance benefits while he was incarcerated and funnelled the money into the accounts of prison gang members.

Indiana Trooper Saves Self In Tornado

March 5, 2012
An Indiana State Police trooper freed himself from tornado debris this weekend after he found himself pinned in his basement under air-conditioning units.

Ind. Bill Could Bring Open Season on Cops

March 5, 2012
The Indiana House passed a bill allowing residents to use force against officers who illegally enter their homes over the objections of a retired captain who said it could bring deadly consequences for officers.

La. Deputies Used Journo's Face for Target Practice

March 5, 2012
St. Bernard Parish (La.) Sheriff Jack Stephens has apologized for the "bad taste" showed by several deputies who used the picture of a television reporter during target practice.
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L.A. Sheriff Baca Gave Take-Home Cars to Well-Connected Reserves

March 5, 2012
The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department has recalled unmarked units assigned to reserve deputies after a Los Angeles Times investigation showed cars had been given to well-connected volunteers.

Video: Mass. Officer Saves Man Who Drove Into River

March 5, 2012
A Rehoboth, Mass., police officer waded into a frigid river on Sunday to help rescue a man who had driven his vehicle into the water.
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