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CT Department Says Fugitive Will Turn Himself in if Wanted Poster Gets Enough "Likes" on Facebook

The Torrington (CT) Police Department said on Facebook that a man wanted on warrants for failing to appear in court on charges that range from breach of peace to risk of injury to a child has made a deal with the agency if his wanted poster on Facebook gets 15,000 "likes."

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Texas Officer Fatally Shoots Woman After She Grabs His TASER

Video of the incident was recorded by a witness and posted on social media. In the video, the woman can be heard shouting "I'm pregnant" before she was shot, but a family member said that claim wasn't true and the woman had mental health issues.

Alabama Deputy Suspended for Homophobic Comments About Teen Who Committed Suicide

The Sheriff’s Office holds all its employees to high standard, and the public can be assured that a thorough and complete audit will be conducted and appropriate action will be taken,” said Madison County Lt. Donny Shaw, a sheriff’s office spokesman, in a statement. “The involved employee has been placed on administrative leave pending the outcome of the audit.”

Colorado Sheriff's Office Releases Funny Video to Warn Drivers of Impending Blizzard

Two deputies with the Douglas County Sheriff's Office were seen in an amusing video sitting in lawn chairs and eating snacks beside the road of a freeway in their jurisdiction that tends to have foul-weather traffic collisions.

Florida Department Welcomes New K-9, Asks Residents to Name Her

The Bradenton (FL) Police Department recently introduced its newest member of the ranks, a 9-week-old Bloodhound puppy set to begin training in search and rescue operations.

Detroit Chief Fires Second Officer Over Snapchat Video

A second Detroit police officer has been fired in connection with what's been called a racially insensitive Snapchat video in January, Police Chief James Craig said Tuesday.

Detroit Officer Fired for Allegedly Posting Racially Insensitive Comments on Social Media

According to the Detroit Free Press, Chief James Craig said that 24 allegations were brought against Officer Gary Steele, 11 of which were sustained.

Tucson Police Post Hilarious Video to Twitter for Safe Driving in Snow

Officers with the Tucson (AZ) Police Department were called to investigate a "white powdery substance" on Friday, causing the department's Public Information to address the media just outside of crime scene tape.

Massachusetts Police Focus Recruitment Efforts on Residents

The Cambridge (MA) Police Department unveiled a new recruiting campaign on Wednesday which focuses efforts on connecting the agency with residents interested in joining the department.

Kentucky Officers Jokingly Cry Over Burned Doughnut Truck

The department's Facebook post featured officers crying over a Krispy Kreme truck that burned on the side of the road Monday. The caption read: "No words."