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Police Investigate Possible Gulf Cartel Hit In Texas

September 30, 2011
Jorge Zavala, 32, was fatally shot at about 2 a.m. Tuesday in the 1300 block of Expressway 83. Zavala was believed to have ties with Gulf Cartel members in Reynosa and Matamoros, three sources familiar with the situation said.
<p>Photo: Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries.</p>

La. Wildlife Officer Found Dead In the Woods

September 30, 2011
Sgt. Paul Stuckey, 47, of the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) Enforcement Division was found just outside of St. Francisville in West Feliciana Parish. The officer's body was found at the old ferry landing near the banks of the Mississippi River at daybreak.
<p>Photo: SIG Sauer.</p>

SIG Sauer Introduces M400 Carbine

September 30, 2011
SIG Sauer has introduced the SIG M400 tactical carbine, an improved version of its 5.56x45mm military issue tactical carbine. The SIG M400 uses a direct-impingement gas system and accepts parts and accessories for the original M4-style carbine.

BART Officers Lack Crisis Training, Chief Says

September 30, 2011
The chief of the Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) police department told state legislators this week that only a fraction of his officers have been trained in crisis intervention methods that would help them deal with people who are mentally ill.

Heizer Defense Tactical Pocket Pistol Incorporates Aerospace Tech

September 30, 2011
Heizer Defense will use its aerospace manufacturing facility to produce ultra-high quality, cutting-edge pistol designs with state-of-the-art materials.
<p>Photo: Pryme Radio.</p>

Pryme Radio Introduces Foam Tips for Radio Accessories

September 30, 2011
Pryme Radio will begin including Hearing Components' Comply Foam Tips A-100 with its surveillance kits to increase user's situational awareness and comfort, the company announced.
<p>Photo: Panoscan.</p>

Panoscan Introduces Ferret Vehicle Inspection Robot

September 30, 2011
The Ferret is a mobile robot camera that moves under low-profile vehicles. It features a movable color video camera with on-board lighting. The Ferret, which can operate day or night, sees up and around drive shafts and deep into wheel wells.
<p>Photo: Morphix Technologies.</p>

Morphix Introduces Chameleon Chemical Suicide Detection Kit

September 29, 2011
Morphix Technologies has introduced the Chameleon Chemical Suicide Detection Kit that offers police, EMS and first responders a field-configurable, low-cost, easy-to-use, hands-free solution when encountering a chemical suicide, according to the company.

Feds Arrest U.S. Citizen who Planned Pentagon Attack

September 29, 2011
Undercover federal agents arrested a U.S. citizen planning an attack on the Pentagon and U.S. Capitol using large remote-controlled planes loaded with C-4 explosives.

Fellow Officers Help Bail Out Fullerton Cop

September 29, 2011
A group of fellow officers have banded together to support Fullerton (Calif.) Police officer Miguel Ramos, raising the $1 million in bail to ensure his release while he awaits trial in the beating death of Kelly Thomas.
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