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Brits Develop Method for Lifting Prints from Wiped Cartridge Casings

September 5, 2008
Authorities in Britain and the United States used the method to re-open three cold cases, including a U.S. double murder that police are now optimistic of solving, said John Bond, the physicist who developed the technique. 

RAM Mount Products to Introduce Tough-Box Vehicle Consoles

September 5, 2008
RAM Mounts will soon release its new RAM Tough-Box Console line for communication equipment. To complement its new consoles the company will also sell a full line of no-drill seat mount kits and various solutions for attaching laptops, tablets, and keyboards in law enforcement vehicles.

Slain Washington Officer's Love of Animals Evolved into a Deputy's Job

September 5, 2008
It was on patrol at 2:50 p.m. that Dep. Anne Jackson responded to a trespassing call. Investigators don't yet know what happened next but they believe 28-year-old Isaac Zamora of Alger, a man Jackson had been called about before, shot and killed her, another man and four more people before his arrest hours later.

FBI Doubles Reward for Capture of Notorious Boston Gangster

September 5, 2008
As fugitive gangster James "Whitey" Bulger marked his 79th birthday yesterday, the FBI announced that it is offering a multimillion-dollar gift to anyone who turns him in. The FBI increased the reward for information leading directly to Bulger's capture from $1 million to $2 million—the largest amount the bureau is currently offering for a domestic fugitive.

San Diego Cop Accused of Tipping Off Drug Traffickers

September 5, 2008
Officer Juan Hurtado Tapia, 38, was arraigned on federal charges of obstruction, fraud, and making false statements, the U.S. Attorney's Office said.

Maricopa County Sheriff's Department to Install Mobile Data Systems in Patrol Cars

September 5, 2008
Computerized equipment similar to laptops will replace radio systems in all Maricopa County Sheriff's Department patrol cars, giving deputies instant access to law-enforcement databases before approaching suspects or responding to calls, officials said.

Detroit Police Chief Announces Retirement Following Mayor's Plea

September 4, 2008
Detroit Police Chief Ella Bully-Cummings announced her retirement today through a news release just minutes after Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick pleaded guilty to two felonies and agreed to resign.

Detroit Mayor Pleads Guilty, Will Resign from Office

September 4, 2008
The mayor was charged with eight felony counts ranging from conspiracy to perjury to misconduct in office to obstruction of justice after the Free Press revealed that the mayor lied on the witness stand during a police whistle-blower trial and gave misleading testimony about whether he intended to fire a deputy police chief.

Pelican Products Named to Prestigious Inc. Magazine List

September 4, 2008
Pelican Products, manufacturer of advanced lighting systems and protective cases, today announced Inc. Magazine's Inc. 5,000 list has identified it as one of America's fastest-growing companies. The list, published annually, highlights U.S.-based, privately held and independent companies with more than $2 million in revenues that have increased revenues significantly during the most recent three-year period.

Minnesota Prosecutors Charge 21 with Felonies Following RNC Protest Arrests

September 4, 2008
A flurry of charges were filed Wednesday in Ramsey County District Court against some of the 284 people arrested on the first day of the Republican National Convention in St. Paul.
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