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<p><em><strong>Stephanie Robinette faces five misdemeanors for assaulting deputies with breast milk. Photo: DCSO.</strong></em></p>

Drunk Wife Sprays Deputies with Breast Milk

June 28, 2011
Delaware County (Ohio) Sheriff's deputies were assaulted with an unusual weapon when they attempted to arrest an intoxicated, disorderly Ohio wife at a wedding reception hall.

N.Y. Cop Involved In Student's Shooting Sues Liquor Store

June 28, 2011
A Westchester County, N.Y., police officer has filed a lawsuit against the liquor store he says sold alcohol to a Pace University football player he fatally shot after being struck by a vehicle driven by the player.

Former NOPD Lt. Testifies Against Fellow Officers In Katrina Trial

June 28, 2011
A former New Orleans Police lieutenant who has pleaded guilty to participating in the cover-up of the Danziger Bridge police shootings after Hurricane Katrina will testify today in the trial of the officers.

DOJ's CrimeSolutions.gov Rates Justice Programs

June 27, 2011
The Website, which is under the Office of Justice Programs (OJP) division, is designed as "a central, credible resource to inform practitioners and policymakers about what works in criminal justice, juvenile justice, and crime victim services," according to a DOJ press release.

ICE Approves OT Pay Waiver for Removal Agents

June 27, 2011
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) will provide additional overtime pay to its Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) division agents, a decision that has gained support from an association representing federal agents.

Jurors Consider Death for Poplawski, After Guilty Verdict

June 27, 2011
Deputy District Attorney Mark V. Tranquilli urged jurors to give Richard Poplawski the death penalty for gunning down three Pittsburgh Police officers in a hail of gunfire at his home in April 2009.

Contaminated Cocaine Causing Skin Reactions

June 27, 2011
As much as 70 percent of the cocaine circulating in this country could be affected, because drug dealers are using levamisole — a drug that's cheap, widely available, and commonly used for deworming livestock — to dilute or "cut" their product.

Video: Texas Deputy Killed In Head-On with Pickup

June 27, 2011
One Brazoria County (Texas) Sheriff's deputy was killed and a second was critically injured in a late-Sunday crash with a pickup truck that struck their cruiser head on.

Louisiana Officer Lost Control of Cruiser After Hitting Bicycle

June 27, 2011
Officer Russell A. George was traveling south on U.S. 165 around 2:50 a.m. Sunday. After striking a bicycle that was on the pavement in an inside lane, Officer George lost control of his vehicle, which began spinning and then veered off the right side of the highway.
<p>Virginia State Police trooper Adam M. Bowen. Photo: Virginia State Police</p>

Virginia Trooper's Cruiser Struck In Intersection

June 27, 2011
Adam Bowen, 28, died instantly in the Friday accident. Trooper Bowen was heading west on Route 3 in his patrol car around 6:45 p.m. when he entered the intersection with Madison Drive and collided with an eastbound Hyundai Elantra.
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