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N.Y. Trooper Shot In the Face with BB Gun

October 18, 2011
A New York State Police officer was shot in the face with a BB gun and two Cortland Police officers were hit by glass shards during a stand-off on Sunday with an 18-year-old man.

Kansas Deputies Pull Man From Sinking Car

October 18, 2011
Two Franklin County (Kan.) Sheriff's deputies rescued a man from a car that was stuck and sinking in a pond. Deputy Bentley used a baton to smash the driver's side window and, with the help of Deputy Jones, pull the man to safety.
<p>Photo: <a href=&quot;http://www.flickr.com/photos/jurvetson/&quot;>jurvetson</a>.</p>

Police Agencies Cite Concerns About Giving Officer DNA Samples

October 18, 2011
Police agencies in various parts of the country say they have grave concerns about requiring their officers to provide DNA samples for a national database as a way of ruling out cops who may be suspected in crimes.

Calif. Hot Dog Vendor Sold Meth, Machine Guns

October 17, 2011
A convicted felon and illegal immigrant sold a machine gun, shotgun and other weapons to undercover San Jose Police officers. They also sold methamphetamine.

L.A. County Sheriff Hammers Command Staff In Newspaper Interview

October 17, 2011
Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca said he was unaware of jail abuse and blamed his command staff for failing to keep him in the loop, in his most candid remarks about allegations that deputies used excessive force on prisoners.

Occupy Wall Street Protesters Want Charges Dropped

October 17, 2011
Attorneys representing the approximately 800 Occupy Wall Street protesters who have been arrested in the past month are demanding that prosecutors dismiss the charges against them. The lawyers are threatening to take all the cases to trial, if charges aren't dropped to further clog an already jammed court system.

Private Investigator Used Cops for 'Dirty DUI' Arrests

October 17, 2011
Two police departments and a narcotics task force in Contra Costa County, Calif., have been implicated in a "dirty DUI" scandal involving a private investigator accused of arranging for the arrests of ex-husbands at the behest of their ex-wives.
<p>Photo: <a href=&quot;http://www.flickr.com/photos/mateus27_24-25/&quot;>MATEUS_27:24&amp;25</a></p>

LAPD SWAT Weapons Stolen from Training Facility

October 17, 2011
A cache of Los Angeles Police Department submachine guns and handguns was stolen last week from a secured building used by the department's SWAT unit, raising fears that the weapons, which police had altered to fire only blanks, could be converted back to lethal use.
<p>Screenshot: Cincinnati.com.</p>

Murder Trial Begins for Driver In Ohio Cop's Death

October 17, 2011
Jury selection began today for a man who allegedly ran down a Warren County (Ohio) Sheriff's deputy who was deploying stop sticks to halt a high-speed pursuit. Sgt. Brian Dulle was struck and killed in May during the pursuit.

N.J. Cop Killed In DWI Crash

October 16, 2011
Mount Arlington (N.J.) Police officer Joseph Wargo was killed when a drunk driver traveling at a high rate of speed collided into his patrol car. Officer Wargo, 38, was on patrol when he was struck while driving east on Route 80 at about 1 a.m. Sunday.
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