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Ex-Chicago Cop Who Planned Hit on Fellow Officer Gets 12 Years

September 9, 2011
During the sentencing hearing, Jerome Finnegan apologized and expressed remorse. In a five-minute address to the judge, Finnigan acknowledged that he brought shame on himself and his family, and that stress and greed turned him the wrong way.

Chicago Police Dogs Named After 9/11 Responders

September 9, 2011
Officer Nick Spencer's black Labrador retriever Ggillis (with the extra "g") is named after Sgt. Rodney Gillis, an NYPD sergeant who was killed after racing into the World Trade Center.
<p>Photo: <a href=&quot;http://glocktalk.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1234483&quot; target=&quot;_blank&quot;>Engineer</a>.</p>

Glock Offers Recoil-Spring Replacement on Gen4 Pistols

September 8, 2011
The updated recoil spring for pistols that began shipping in August 2009 will "ensure each pistol's performance meets the company's demanding standards," according to a company release. There are several variations of the recoil spring assembly in the market today.
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<p>Screenshot: Reporting San Diego.</p>

Video: Man Dressed As Gumby Tries To Rob 7-Eleven

September 8, 2011
A suspect wearing a Gumby costume attempted to rob a San Diego-area 7-Eleven convenience store earlier this week, and was forced to leave the store after he was unable to produce a weapon.

Report: Terror Attacks from Overseas a Top Concern of LE

September 8, 2011
A spike in domestic terrorism and attacks by American citizens directed from overseas are top concerns for police departments across the country, according to a new survey by the Homeland Security Policy Institute at George Washington University.

Calif. Bill Would Impose Penalties On Prison Cellphone Smugglers

September 8, 2011
California inmates have been known to pay up to $1,000 for contraband cellphones to communicate with the outside world. The mobile devices have been used to organize street gangs, traffic drugs and intimidate witnesses.

Sheriff: IHOP Attack Worst In Carson City's History

September 8, 2011
The Carson City County (Nev.) Sheriff described a gunman's killing of four people at an IHOP restaurant this week as "the most devastating attack in Carson City's history."

Calif. Gov. Approves Release for 81% of Convicted Killers

September 8, 2011
So far, Gov. Brown has upheld 207 of the parole board's 253 decisions to release convicted killers, as a response to the U.S. Supreme Court's mandate to the state reduce overcrowded prison populations.
<p>Photo: U.S. DOJ.</p>

Holder Says He Didn't Know About Fast and Furious

September 8, 2011
U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder said he and the "upper levels of the Justice Department" were not aware of the Fast and Furious initiative that resulted in the supplying of Mexican drug cartels with firearms.

'Officer, I just stole this car,' Man Tells Calif. Cop

September 7, 2011
A motorist pulled alongside two Los Angeles Police officers at a light at Olympic Boulevard and Broadway, giving them perhaps the easiest arrest they'll ever make.
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