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S.C. Lawmakers Say They'll Pull Plug on Red-Light Cameras

March 28, 2011
Lawmakers say the system, while a money-maker, amounts to unconstitutional selective law enforcement.

Bikini Brawler Gets Felony Charge

March 28, 2011
Kimesa Smith of Montgomery can be seen on cell-phone video climbing on the restaurant's counter, throwing items, and striking employees in the March 19 incident at the Panama City fast-food restaurant.

Social Media Helps Capture Ga. Cop Killer

March 28, 2011
Police agencies and a former University of Georgia football player posted messages for Jamie Hood and contacted him via Facebook, underlining the growing role of social media sites serving law enforcement.

N.C. County Buys Spillman Software for 911 Dispatchers

March 28, 2011
When Cherokee County, N.C., 911 Communications needed a computer-aided dispatch (CAD) solution that was intuitive and easy to use, it turned to Spillman Technologies.

Video: Accused Cop Killer Demands TV Cameras for Surrender

March 26, 2011
The man accused of fatally shooting a Georgia police officer surrendered late Friday, but not before telling authorities he wouldn't give up himself and his hostages unless the event was broadcast on live television.

N.Y. State Trooper Struck, Killed at Traffic Stop

March 26, 2011
Trooper Kevin P. Dobson, a 14-year member of the state patrol, was conducting a stop in Tonawanda, Erie County, when he was struck at 7:30 a.m. today.

Illegals Posed as Marines In California

March 26, 2011
When Agent S. Smith stopped the van carrying the group, he observed their camouflage uniforms and military-style buzz cuts. The license plates on their van had even been switched from Mexican to U.S. government plates. And their cover story was that they were Marines traveling to March Air Reserve Base.

Veteran Maine Game Warden Dies In Plane Crash

March 25, 2011
Daryl Gordon was flying a department-owned Cessna 185. He was located after a night-long search involving the Maine Forest Service, Maine State Police, the Houlton Air Branch of Customs and Border Protection, U.S. Border Patrol, and Civil Air Patrol.

Los Angeles City Council Postpones Police Hiring

March 25, 2011
The move will affect one class of about 50 officers, dropping the total sworn force to 9,890 by July 1. The council approved Santana's recommendation on Wednesday.

BlackBerry DUI Checkpoint App Pulled

March 25, 2011
Research In Motion, the maker of BlackBerry smartphones, has agreed to pull downloadable applications that help users evade sobriety checkpoints and drunk driving citations.
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