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Mass. Cop Pulled From Wreck

April 3, 2012
A Rowley (Mass.) Police officer was seriously injured when his cruiser collided with an SUV while he responded to call.

Tijuana Cartel Leader Gets 25 Years In Prison

April 3, 2012
A federal judge sentenced Benjamin Arellano-Felix, who once ran the violent Tijuana drug cartel, to 25 years to life following his guilty plea to racketeering and conspiracy charges.

Calif. School Shooter Calmly Sprayed Classroom with Bullets

April 3, 2012
Harboring a murderous grudge against students and administrators he believed disrespected him, 43-year-old One L. Gon was "chaotic, calculated, and determined" to kill, Oakland Police Chief Howard Jordan told ABC's "Good Morning America" Tuesday.

'Right to Resist': Ind. Deputies Must Serve Warrants In Uniform

April 2, 2012
Marion County (Ind.) Sheriff's deputies once allowed to serve criminal or civil warrants in plainclothes must now wear their uniforms after the passage of the Right to Resist law.

Wyo. High Court: Deputy Wrongly Fired

April 2, 2012
The Laramie County Sheriff's Department was wrong for firing a deputy for allegedly mishandling the investigation of a fight between an off-duty officer and Air Force airman.

Gunman Kills 7, Wounds 3 at Calif. College

April 2, 2012
A former student opened fire in a classroom at a small independent university in Oakland Monday morning, killing seven and wounding three others. The gunman was taken into custody by police in the parking lot of a shopping mall near Oikos University.
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Texas Deputy Finds $7M of Marijuana In Construction Equipment

April 2, 2012
A Parker County (Texas) Sheriff's deputy discovered 2,500 pounds of marijuana worth $7 million at a truck stop in Weatherford.

Mich. Deputy TASERs EDP Who Lunged at Him

April 2, 2012
A 65-year-old man with apparent mental problems is hospitalized and an Oakland County Sheriff's deputy was injured in an incident Sunday in which the man was TASERed.
<p>Photo: POLICE file</p>

Supreme Court Upholds Jail Strip Searches

April 2, 2012
Corrections personnel may perform a routine strip search on any person arrested or detained before admitting them to a jail, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled on Monday.
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ICE Arrests 3,100 In Nationwide Sweep

April 2, 2012
Federal immigration agents arrested more than 3,100 illegal immigrants during a six-day nationwide sweep aimed at convicted aliens, fugitives and other violators. The "Cross Check" enforcement operation was conducted in every state, involved more than 1,900 agents, and netted more than 1,000 people with multiple convictions.
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