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Nevada DA Clears Deputy Who Shot Man on DV Call

October 14, 2011
Nevada County Sheriff's deputies acted appropriately when they entered a bedroom and fatally shot a man holding a knife to the throat of his fiancee during a tense standoff, District Attorney Cliff Newell has determined.
<p>Steven Seagal filming the &quot;Lawman&quot; reality show. Photo: A&amp;E.</p>

Actor Steven Seagal Sworn as Texas Border Deputy

October 14, 2011
Action-movie actor Steven Seagal has been sworn as a deputy with the Hudspeth County Sheriff's Department, and will begin working along the Mexican border.

Iowa Cop Killed Self On Duty

October 14, 2011
An Anamosa (Iowa) Police officer who was found earlier this month at a pedestrian bridge took his own life while on duty, Chief Bob Simonson announced.

Jury Clears S.D. Officer After Excessive Force Trial

October 14, 2011
A Canton (S.D.) Police officer has been cleared by a jury in a civil lawsuit that claimed his use of a TASER and pepper spray was excessive. Officer Adam Dupic had used a TASER and pepper spray to subdue a man who ignored 51 orders.

Citizen Saw Mich. Robbers Switch Vehicles, Called Authorities

October 14, 2011
While waiting to make a deposit at the drive-through ATM of the ChoiceOne bank in Ravenna, local business owner Timothy Hendges spotted the two bank robbers who later struck and killed an officer during a high-speed pursuit.

Calif. Mass-Shooting Suspect Suffered from PTSD

October 13, 2011
Former tugboat crewman Scott Dekraai, 42, began suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) after a 2007 tugboat accident that crippled his leg. He has a history of mental illness, including bipolar disorder and mood swings.

U.S. Supreme Court Considers Legality of Strip Searches

October 13, 2011
The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday began considering whether a suspect can be strip searched and closely examined before entering jail.

Video: Three Men Arrested After Ga. Pursuit

October 13, 2011
Georgia officers took three men into custody on Wednesday in Savannah, following a multi-agency pursuit at high speeds with shots fired, several attempts to stop the vehicle, and a foot pursuit.

Video: Ohio Deputy Attacked by Former Wrestling Champ

October 13, 2011
A Greene County (Ohio) Sheriff's deputy deployed his TASER six times to subdue a former standout wrestler, whom he found unresponsive in his vehicle.

Va. Department Affected by Blackberry Outage

October 13, 2011
Richmond (Va.) Police officers lost the ability to communicate or browse the Internet Thursday, after Blackberry smart-phone users lost service on five continents.
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