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ACLU Sues Newark PD

September 10, 2010
The American Civil Liberties Union has sued the Newark Police Department, alleging the agency violates the civil rights of its citizens. On Thursday, several City Council members supported the claim.

Worker Kills Two at Cookie Factory, Surrenders to Philly SWAT

September 10, 2010
After pointing her licensed .357 Magnum at security guards to gain entry, Hiller reportedly entered the building's lunchroom and opened fire on three employees who she had an ongoing dispute with.

Indiana Sheriff's D.A.R.E. Car Makes Friendly Impression

September 9, 2010
This vehicle will help the Indiana agency deliver the message of crime prevention and education.

Handcuffed Robbery Suspect Took Cruiser On Two-Mile Joy Ride

September 9, 2010
Officers investigating a burglary at Wing Luke Elementary at 2 a.m. today found and arrested the unnamed suspect, who was able to maneuver his handcuffed wrists in front of him and crawl into the front seat of the patrol car because the partition screen was lowered.

L.A. Mayor Defends Police Shooting of Day Laborer

September 9, 2010
“We’ve got to go through an investigation,” Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa said. “But when it’s all said and done, I’ll guarantee you what’s going to come out is that these guys are heroes, and I stand by them.”

Witness to Charlotte Cop Murders Saw Flashes from Killer’s Gun

September 9, 2010
"(The short man) reached down, he fell back, and I seen flames come out the gun," the witness said. "And then I saw more flames. Pop. Pop

Video: Rhode Island Officer Gets 40 Years for Substation Rape

September 9, 2010
A judge sentenced Providence (R.I.) Police officer Marcus Huffman to serve 40 years in prison for raping an intoxicated, 19-year-old woman in the bathroom of a South Providence substation.

Michigan Auxiliary Officer Struck While Assisting Motorist

September 9, 2010
Lt. Dan Kromer, 54, a 20-year veteran of the Taylor Auxiliary Police Department, died Tuesday evening.
Ruger has introduced a tactical version of its Mini Thirty rifle with additional sighting features. Photo courtesy of Ruger.

Ruger Announces Mini Thirty Tactical Rifle

September 9, 2010
The Mini Thirty Tactical has a blued 16 1/8-inch barrel with a flash suppressor and black synthetic stock. The rifle weighs approximately 6.75 pounds, has an overall length of ­­­­­ 37.5 inches, and arrives with one 20-round magazine.
During a Sept. 3 Honor Guard ceremony for two slain Hoonah PD officers, U.S. Marine Corp Reserve Gunny Sgt. Daniel Juarez salutes Alaska State Trooper Lt. Craig Macdonald (middle) and Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport's Sgt. Dave Schulling and Officer Damien Jackson. Photo courtesy of Alaska State Police.

Slain Alaskan Officers Honored at Memorial Ceremony

September 9, 2010
Family, friends, dignitaries and law enforcement officers from across the state, nation and Canada filled the Hoonah gym for the service honoring officer Matthew Tokuoka and Sgt. Anthony Wallace, who were shot and killed Aug. 28.
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