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DuPont Establishes $500M Kevlar Facility in S.C.

October 28, 2011
DuPont has established its $500 million Cooper River Kevlar facility near Charleston, S.C., to allow DuPont to meet increased customer demand for its advanced protective materials that are incorporated into police body armor and other applications.
<p>Photo: Rock River Designs</p>

River Rock Introduces Perfect Circle Flashlight

October 28, 2011
The Perfect Circle flashlight is built with a precision-formed lens that projects a precise, focused hard edge yet soft full-moon-shaped light beam. It's ideal for close-up inside and outside activities and yet provides illumination greater than tiny flashlights or keychain lights, according to the company.

Ohio Cop Saves Infant's Life

October 28, 2011
A Covington Police officer is being hailed as a hero for saving the life of a four-month-old baby, by quickly performing CPR on the infant.

Tampa Occupiers Scuffle with Officers

October 28, 2011
Three Occupy Tampa protesters were arrested and charged with battery on a law enforcement officer, after they scuffled with police during a confrontation at Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park early Friday.

16 NYPD Cops Charged In Ticket-Fixing Probe

October 28, 2011
Sixteen New York City police officers were charged today in nearly two dozen indictments with roughly 1,600 criminal counts, including hundreds of instances in which 10 of the officers allegedly fixed traffic tickets.

Minn. Cop Killer Granted Parole

October 27, 2011
The Minnesota Department of Corrections has approved parole for a prisoner convicted of murdering a police officer. Timothy Eling, 63, was notified this week that his life sentence for the 1982 killing of Oakdale police officer Richard Walton has ended after 29 years.

Video: Drunk Woman Arrested In G-string After 128-mph Chase

October 27, 2011
A northern Ohio woman who led Bainbridge Township police on a high-speed chase that reached 128 mph was eventually arrested wearing only a G-string, fishnet tube top and tennis shoes.

Gallup Poll Shows Support for Handgun Ban Hits Record Low

October 27, 2011
Americans' appetite for banning the possession of handguns has fallen to a record low. Only 26 percent now support a ban for all citizens except the police or authorized persons, reports pollster Gallup.

San Antonio Cop's Killer Executed

October 27, 2011
The street gang member who fatally shot a San Antonio Police sergeant and his wife after he "just went crazy" was executed tonight in Texas. Frank Garcia shot Sgt. Hector Garza in the head, he later told investigators, because he knew the officer would be wearing a ballistic vest.

Flasher Arrested After Knocking on Chief's Door

October 27, 2011
A Pennsylvania police chief arrested a flasher who knocked on his door and told the chief he was there to "scare the children."
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