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S.C. Deputy Killed Responding to Alarm Call

August 6, 2008

South Carolina authorities are searching for clues in the early morning slaying of a sheriff's deputy in Colleton County.

Texas Defies International Court, Executes Mexican Rapist Murderer

August 6, 2008
The state of Texas defied an international court and executed Jose Ernesto Medellin late Tuesday after the U.S. Supreme Court denied a stay of execution for the killer in the 1993 Houston gang rape-murders of two teenage girls.

EF Johnson Technologies, Inc. Introduces 4.9 GHz Access Point for Public Safety

August 4, 2008

EF Johnson Technologies, Inc., today introduced a 4.9 GHz Access Point for public safety. Operating in licensed spectrum dedicated to police, fire, ambulance and municipal use, the 4.9 GHz feature provides priority traffic for data, video and voice communications ensuring that vital information reaches first responders in the case of emergency situations.

New TangoDown Foregrip Features Quick-Detach Lock-Lever

August 4, 2008

TangoDown’s battle-tested grips are now available with a self-locking, quick-detach attachment, featuring a Lock-Lever mount, making the grips fast to mount onto a Mil-Std 1913 accessory rail.

L.A. Sheriff's Deputy Gunned Down Outside Family Home, Investigators Suspect Mexican Mafia

August 4, 2008
A Los Angeles County sheriff's deputy gunned down Saturday outside his boyhood home in Cypress Park had been assigned to guard the most dangerous inmates in the county, including members of the notorious Mexican Mafia gang, authorities said Sunday.

Bioweapons Scientist Reportedly Commits Suicide as Federal Grand Jury Prepared to Indict Him on Anthrax Terrorism Charges

August 1, 2008

A federal grand jury was preparing to indict a Maryland bioweapons expert for his role in the 2001 anthrax attacks that killed five people and terrorized the country, according to two sources familiar with the investigation.

Prosecutors were considering whether to seek the death penalty against Bruce E. Ivins, 62, who worked at an elite U.S. Army bioweapons laboratory in Fort Detrick. Ivins died Tuesday in an apparent suicide.

S.C. Copper Theft Suspect Trapped Under Dumpster for Hours

August 1, 2008

A man was rescued from under a trash bin Wednesday morning in Dillon County, S.C., after what deputies called an attempted copper theft gone wrong.

Gibson Cook, 56, became stuck and was unable to free himself from under the trash bin at the Dillon County landfill on S.C. 57 while he was trying to steal copper wiring, Dillon County Sheriff’s Office reports show.

Harley-Davidson to Hold Charity Events for C.O.P.S.

August 1, 2008

Harley-Davidson Motor Company is planning some memorable events to celebrate 105 years of Harley-Davidson Police motorcycles August 26-31, including the first ever Harley-Davidson-sponsored Riding Skills Competition. Proceeds from the four-day event will benefit Concerns of Police Survivors.

$2 Million Bias Settlement Between Officers, Minneapolis Derailed

August 1, 2008

A proposed $2 million settlement of a lawsuit by five black Minneapolis police officers alleging racial discrimination by the city and the Police Department is off the table.

Illinois Tells 'Meth Coffee': No Sale

August 1, 2008
Meth Coffee isn't welcome in Illinois, Attorney General Lisa Madigan said Wednesday. The coffee is the latest drink with a name that sounds like a drug but isn't. Madigan is demanding that the manufacturer discontinue marketing and sales of the product in the state.
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