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Underwater Metal Detector Locates Discarded Weapon in Chilean Wetlands

The team uses various types of equipment to locate missing evidence, particularly the Pulse 8X underwater metal detector when suspected dumped evidence is in local waterways. Arriving on the scene with the Pulse 8X, the team was able to locate and identify a long weapon that was submerged with its ammunition still loaded.

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MS Police Detective Killed by Gunfire

“We are deeply saddened by the loss of Detective Myiesha Stewart. Our thoughts and prayers are with her family and friends as well as the members of the Greenville Police Department,” says Sean Tindell, commissioner of the Mississippi Department of Public Safety.

Shots Fired into Boston Detective’s Unmarked Car

The detective was in plain clothes and in an unmarked car when the gunman approached and started shooting. The officer did not fire back, but his car was hit twice.

AZ Deputy Shot and Killed, SWAT Apprehends Suspect

Lopez, according to Rhodes, came into contact with the suspect but it's unclear what happened next. Neighbors called 911 to report an officer in distress and when deputies responded they discovered Lopez unresponsive on the ground.

NYPD Rookie Hero of Harlem Shooting Promoted to Detective

“When the shooting started, Officer Sulan directed the mother and brother into the kitchen to shield them away and advanced toward to hallway where the gunman had opened fire, taking him down as he prepared to open fire again.”

Rhode Island Detective Retires After 22 Years on Sick Leave

A detective with the Warren (RI) Police Department who suffered a staph infection in 1998 and has been on paid medical leave ever since has reportedly retired.

Alabama Detective Shot, Critically Wounded Responding to Robbery

Det. Finke responded to the call and was shot twice in the stomach and once under the arm when he confronted the suspects, Chief Smith said.

Chicago Police to Expand Detective Divisions

The Chicago Police Department announced Tuesday the number of detective areas in the city is expanding from three back to five in order to improve response times, particularly on the West Side.

Chicago Mayor Says City 'Can't Afford' Police OT Costs

Mayor Lori Lightfoot said the city of Chicago "can't afford" police overtime expenses at the current level and called on Superintendent Eddie Johnson to develop a cost-cutting plan.

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Videographer Captures Officers Coming Under Fire in New York

A cameraman was on scene of an investigation following two officers being fired upon in their patrol vehicle on Monday morning.

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