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Mich. Cop Shot In Chest Saved By Vest

Fox 2 News Headlines

A Warren (Mich.) Police officer's ballistic vest stopped a bullet to the chest, after officers confronted a suspect who may have been a pimp early Wednesday. Read the full story here.

August 06, 2012
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Tags: Warren (Mich.) PD, Prostitution, body armor


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Jim @ 8/7/2012 4:42 AM

Thank you for a thankless job. Rountine calls going bad in an instant. This make a great point . . . WEAR YOUR VEST. Thanks to all of you from a former officer. Stay safe!

justacop @ 8/7/2012 8:48 AM

News flash...it's not romance when you find it on backpage and have to pay for it...it's called prostitution.

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