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Suspected Philadelphia Cop Shooter Has Extensive and Violent Criminal Record

In 2008, he was convicted of escaping, fleeing from police, and resisting arrest. Along the way, he beat criminal charges on everything from kidnapping to attempted murder.

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Multiple Officers Wounded, 1 Critical in North Philadelphia Shooting

One of the officers was reportedly shot in the head and is in critical condition. The critically wounded officer was reportedly conscious when he was taken from the scene.

Texas Department Adds Dedicated Narcotics Unit

The New Boston Police Department has added a new division to its ranks dedicated to drug enforcement efforts in the region.

Cartel Leader El Chapo Gets Life in Federal Prison

“Why did we go to trial?” Guzmán asked rhetorically. “Why didn’t you sentence me on day one?” Sentencing judge Brian Cogan provided the answer in handing down the maximum sentence, citing the “mountain” of evidence presented against Guzman.

DHS Announces Massive Seizure of Cocaine in New Jersey

The United States Department of Homeland Security announced on Monday that officials with the U.S. Customs and Border Protection Agency recently seized approximately 3,200 pounds of cocaine with an estimated street value of $77,000,000.

Puerto Rico Undercover Agent Shot, Killed in Drive-by

Agent Alfred Zanyet-Pérez was shot and killed Friday while conducting an undercover operation for the Drugs and Narcotics Division of the Puerto Rico Police Department.

2 Nebraska Officers Hospitalized Following Exposure to Cocaine

Two officers with the Omaha (NE) Police Department were taken to a hospital on Monday after being exposed to cocaine.

3 Texas Deputies Shot, Wounded Serving Search Warrant

According to the sheriff, the three deputies were working as part of a SWAT team serving a narcotics search warrant.

FBI Arrests 3 Miami Officers on Drug-Related Charges

Investigators said one officer sold a police uniform and badge to an undercover detective for $1,500, despite being told the official gear would be used by a cartel hit-man.

California Governor Vetoes "Safe Injection Zones" Legislation

California Governor Jerry Brown rejected a proposed plan to allow safe injection facilities for consumption of illicit drugs in San Francisco. Brown said that he was concerned about exposing local officials and health care professionals to potential federal criminal charges.