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Sophisticated Drug Tunnel Leads To $65M Marijuana Seizure

December 1, 2011
The passageway, found Tuesday after a six-month investigation, connects a warehouse in Otay Mesa with one in Tijuana, Mexico. The 612-yard long passageway is equipped with electric rail cars, lighting, reinforced walls and wooden floors.

T3 Motion's EV Participated in French Anti-Crime Campaign

December 1, 2011
The T3 Series Electric Stand-up Vehicles (ESV) were involved in a nationwide campaign to reduce crime in trials with various French National Police departments and municipalities, according to T3 Motion.

Michigan May Allow Residents To Carry Stun Guns

December 1, 2011
Michigan would become the 45th state to allow residents to carry stun guns for self-defense if Gov. Rick Snyder signs a measure now circulating in the state's legislature. Wisconsin added its name to the list on Nov. 1.

N.Y. Troopers Issue 816 Texting Tickets Over Holiday Weekend

December 1, 2011
New York State Police cracked down on texting drivers, issuing 816 tickets over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend during "Operation Hang-Up."

Retired Commander Warned L.A. Sheriff About Problem Deputies

December 1, 2011
A retired commander in Los Angeles County's jail system told the Los Angeles Times that he warned Sheriff Lee Baca and other senior officials last year about deputies using excessive force against inmates, but was ignored.

Naked Wash. Man Assaults Deputy

December 1, 2011
A Thurston County (Wash.) Sheriff's deputy stunned a naked man, who assaulted him after ripping off his clothing.

Memorial for Fallen Calif. SWAT Cop Draws Thousands

December 1, 2011
Vallejo (Calif.) Police Officer Jim Capoot was not your average cop, and that's what endeared him to many in the community. On Wednesday, 4,000 people turned out for his funeral.

FARO Focus3D Laser Scanner Wins Innovation Award

November 30, 2011
The FARO Laser Scanner Focus3D has been honored with a Best of What's New award by Popular Science magazine, according to a release from FARO Technologies.

Nuix, LogicForce Partner on Computer Forensic Solution

November 30, 2011
LogicForce Consulting has added Nuix's software to its suite of eDiscovery and computer forensics solutions, according to a joint announcement by the companies.

Ariz. Agency Upgrades All Officers To TASER X2 ECDs

November 30, 2011
The Chandler (Ariz.) Police Department purchased TASER X2 electronic control devices (ECDs) under a company trade-in program expiring at the end of the year, according to TASER International.
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