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Burglar Dumped Rare Coins Into Counting Machine

January 6, 2012
Multnomah County Sheriff's deputies are searching for a man they said stole tools, two safes and valuable coins from a shed at a Corbett home belonging to his own father.

Montreal Officer In Hospital After Subway Shootout

January 6, 2012
Shots were fired in the Bonaventure station of the Montreal subway Friday afternoon as Montreal police pursued a fleeing suspect. One suspect and two police officers ended up in hospital as a result.

Man Who Shot Fla. Wildlife Officer Gets 5 Life Terms

January 6, 2012
Judge Morgan Reinman sentenced Christopher Eddy on Thursday to five consecutive life sentences in the 2009 shooting of Florida wildlife Officer Vann Streety.

Veteran Seattle Cop Kills Self After Drug Arrest

January 6, 2012
A veteran Seattle Police officer arrested on suspicion of a drug offense was found shot a few hours later. He later succumbed to the self-inflicted gunshot wound.

Video: Man Tackles Baltimore Cop During Arrest

January 5, 2012
A middle-aged man can be seen punching and tackling a Baltimore Police officer, while the officer was arresting a suspect, in a video that has gone viral.
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Sphinx Introduces SDP Compact Pistol

January 5, 2012
Swiss firearms maker Sphinx Arms has introduced the Sphinx SDP compact pistol in 9mm for law enforcement and military operators, according to the company.

N.Y. Cop Killer Denied Furlough

January 5, 2012
A cop killer's bid for a furlough to attend his grandmother's funeral in New York City has been rejected after New York Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly strongly objected.

Phoenix Police Test Extended Shifts

January 5, 2012
Starting Monday, Phoenix Police officers will begin testing extended shifts for its officers, the department has announced. Under a six-month pilot program, officers from the Cactus Park Precinct will work three days of shifts of 13 hours and 20 minutes followed by four days off.

Cartel Leader Who Inspired 'Traffic' Pleads Guilty

January 5, 2012
Mexican drug kingpin Benjamin Arellano-Felix pleaded guilty Wednesday to narcotics trafficking, money laundering, and racketeering in an agreement that avoids a trial and brings a sentence of 25 years in prison.

N.Y. Cop Killer: 'I'm Sorry'

January 5, 2012
The leader of a drug robbery crew apologized for fatally shooting a New York City police officer, yet flashed a smirk during a court appearance on Wednesday.
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