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Rapper Apologizes for Flash-Call Tweet, Blames Friend

August 22, 2011
The Game, whose real name is Jayceon Taylor and who also uses the name Charles Louboutin on his Twitter page, said one of his friends grabbed his phone while at a photo shoot and sent the message as a prank that he described as a "joke gone wrong."

Feds Consider Racial Probe of LASD for Housing Checks

August 22, 2011
The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department may face a federal civil rights probe that will look into claims that Antelope Valley deputies harassed black residents living in government-subsidized housing.
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Video: Shot Calif. Cop Dragged to Safety by Partner

August 22, 2011
Dramatic footage captured by a news cameraman shows the officer holding a bleeding neck wound after being struck. The officer runs from the cover of a vehicle and collapses near a chain-link fence. The second officer then runs toward his partner and drags him to safety.

NYPD Cop Accused of Gunpoint Rape Says DA Targeted Him

August 22, 2011
Officer Michael Pena, 27, is accused of pointing his 9mm service weapon at a 25-year-old Bronx teacher and raping her behind an Inwood apartment building on Friday morning. In an interview with the Daily News, Pena said the DA is "arresting cops, indicting cops."

LAPD Arrests Double-Murder Suspect who Fired at Officers

August 22, 2011
Brent Zubeck, 43, is a suspect in the slaying of a Chatsworth couple found dead in the trash bin of their home. Late Sunday, Zubeck fired at officers outside a Ralph's grocery store at Ventura Boulevard and Libbit Avenue.
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9/11 First Responders Excluded From Memorial Ceremony

August 20, 2011
Police and fire responders who served victims of the 9/11 terrorist attacks will not be attending the city's 10-year ceremony at Ground Zero, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg's office has announced.

Detroit Police Add 90 Cops to Street Duty

August 20, 2011
Chief Ralph Godbee, Jr., announced the plan to add 50 new officers funded via three-year Community Oriented Policing Services grants from the U.S. Department of Justice. The remaining 40 are being moved off desk duty on Sept. 1.

ACLU: Shackling Illegals In Court Is Cruel and Unusual

August 19, 2011
The American Civil Liberties Union's northern California chapter and other groups have sued the federal government to halt the shackling of illegal immigrants during court hearings.

Widow Claims Head Blows Caused Recruit's Death

August 19, 2011
The widow of a Norfolk (Va.) Police recruit who died after defensive tactics training has sued departmental leaders and trainers, claiming that repeated blows to the head caused the death of John Kohn.

Army Civilian Officer Collapses During Agility Test

August 19, 2011
A Department of the Army civilian police officer died Thursday morning during the running portion of the Physical Agility Test at Fort Huachuca in Sierra Vista, Ariz.
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