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Guns That ATF Let Walk Into Mexico Linked to Phoenix Crimes

July 1, 2011
Weapons linked to a questionable government strategy are turning up in crimes in Phoenix-area neighborhoods, according to a report by local TV news channel ABC15.

Chicago Cops Involved In Shootings Get 24-Hour Cooling-Off Period

June 30, 2011
The Fraternal Order of Police's Lodge 7 won the cooling-off period from an arbitrator, the union has announced. The officer involved in a shooting will now have at least 24 hours to make a statement to the Independent Police Review Association (IPRA).

15-Year-Old Faces First Degree Murder In Canadian Cop's Death

June 30, 2011
The teen's name will not be released under the Youth Criminal Justice Act. He was charged late Tuesday night in the hospital where he remains in serious condition. Under the Criminal Code of Canada, killing a police officer with or without intent results in an automatic first-degree murder charge.

Five NYPD Cops Hurt In Rap Concert Brawl

June 30, 2011
The NYPD says officers received a 911 call about a dispute at the Tammany Hall venue. Witnesses say the lights turned on in the middle of the show and dozens of NYPD officers entered the room and began telling people to leave.

Pennsylvania K-9 Officer Shot During Foot Pursuit

June 30, 2011
This morning, Deputy Kyle Pagerly succumbed to injuries suffered when he was shot in the head with an AK-47 by Matthew Connor, 25, late Wednesday at an Albany Township residence.

BART Pays $1.3 Million to Oscar Grant's Mother

June 30, 2011
The Bay Area Rapid Transit has agreed to a legal settlement with the family of Oscar Grant and will pay $1.3 million to settle a federal civil rights lawsuit over his death.

LAPD Asks Lady Gaga, Ashton Kutcher to Tweet on 405 Closure

June 30, 2011
The LAPD is asking celebrities with large Twitter followings including actors, musicians and athletes to urge their followers to avoid the 10-mile stretch of the roadway that will be closed on the weekend of July 15 and encourage them to stay close to home.
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Cincinnati Police Hire First External Chief

June 30, 2011
Chief James Craig, who takes over the department in July, is the first chief selected under Issue 5, a charter amendment approved by voters in 2001 that permits the city to consider internal and external candidates for chief.

N.Y. MS-13 Member Gets 35 Years for Gang Murder

June 29, 2011
A U.S. circuit court judge sentenced a New York MS-13 gang member who goes by the moniker "Joker" to 35 years in prison for the murder of a fellow 16-year-old, female gang member. Edwin "Joker" Henriquez, a member of La Mara Salvatrucha ("MS-13") on Long Island, pleaded guilty to the murder of 16-year-old Olivia Melendez Mendoza ("Melendez") in Old Westbury, N.Y.
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Ex-Ga. Cop Charged In Drug Conspiracy

June 29, 2011
Former Savannah-Chatham (Ga.) Police officer Floyd B. Sawyer has been charged by federal officials with drug trafficking conspiracy, extortion, possession of a firearm during a crime of violence and lying to federal agents.
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