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Washington, DC, Police Close 1990s Serial Rape Case After Forensic Genealogy Investigation

On Wednesday morning, authorities arrested Giles Daniel Warrick, 60. Police attribute 10 attacks in all to the suspect; they have charged him in eight, including first-degree murder and rape.

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Mexico Authorities Invite FBI to Aid in Investigation of Murders of 9 American Mormons

The Mexican government on Sunday invited the FBI to send investigators to help in the investigation of the murder of nine U.S. citizens—six children, including 8-month-old twins, and three women—living in a Mormon community about 100 miles south of the border in the state of Sonora.

Wounded Dayton Detective’s Injuries “Not Survivable,” Organs to be Donated

“After a life of dedicated public service, Jorge will continue to give of himself to the greater community by being an organ donor upon his death,” Biehl said in an updated media release Wednesday afternoon.

Dayton Detective Critically Wounded During DEA Raid

Fellow officers loaded the wounded detective into a police cruiser and drove to Grandview Medical Center. Dayton Police Chief Richard Biehl told local media that Detective DelRio is on "advanced life support."

Thomson Reuters to Provide DOJ with Legal and Investigative Tools

Thomson Reuters announced it has been awarded a long-term contract to provide its leading legal research and investigative technology tools to the Department of Justice professionals.

Fourth Man Arrested for Marijuana Conspiracy That Led to Murder of California Deputy

Deputy Ishmael was shot and killed in the early-morning hours of Oct. 23 as he was responding to a 911 call from an individual in Somerset reporting that someone was stealing his marijuana plants.

DHS Awards Federal Ammunition a Tactical Buckshot Duty Ammunition Contract

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) recently awarded Federal Premium a major ammunition contract, starting delivery in 2019.

Border Patrol Agent Dies on Duty in Arizona

According to Tucson Sector Border Patrol, Agent Robert Hotten, 44, was located by fellow agents near Mount Washington, south of Patagonia.

U.S. Forest Service is First Federal Law Enforcement Agency to Fully Adopt the Axon Ecosystem with TASER Weapons, Body Cameras and Axon Evidence

Axon has announced that the United States Forest Service (USFS) will outfit officers and agents across its law enforcement and investigative agency with Axon Body 2 cameras backed by the digital evidence management system, Axon Evidence (Evidence.com). The USFS has been a TASER Conducted Energy Weapon customer since 2008 and began an agencywide deployment of TASER X26Ps in 2018.

Federal LEO Retires After Testing Positive for THC from CBD Product

A federal law enforcement officer chose to retire after he reportedly failed a drug test after using a cannabidiol (CBD) product to relieve severe lower back pain.