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Attorney: Deputy's Family Threatened Before Inmate's Escape

The attorney representing a Denver Sheriff's deputy who helped an inmate escape from a downtown jail said his client feared for his family's safety and didn't accept money.

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Texas CO Collapses Responding to Alarm

Officer Brandon Kountz apparently died of a heart attack while rushing to assist other officers after a body alarm. He had served the agency for 11 months.

Cop Killer Impregnates Prison Guard To Avoid Death Penalty

A convicted killer of two undercover NYPD detectives impregnated a guard at a federal prison, hoping to avoid the death penalty.

Texas Murder Suspect Surrenders After Gun Grab, Manhunt

An inmate who stole a Dallas County Sheriff's deputy's gun and escaped from Parkland Hospital surrendered, after officers cornered him in a parking lot.

Colo. Shooting Suspect Hospitalized After 'Half-Hearted' Suicide Attempt

Suspected Aurora mass shooting suspect James Holmes missed a court appearance Tuesday, after banging his head against his jail cell wall in a "half-hearted" suicide attempt.

California Security Housing Unit (SHU) Reintegration and Reform

Most prison gang leaders will be released into the terrible jungle where they will try to obtain two things they care about the most: drugs and power. Once the titans come down to dwell with gang mortals, the gangland utopia will usher the next prison gang golden age.

Conn. Inmate Wanted Death by Oyster

A Connecticut man now on death row for killing three people during a violent 2007 home invasion told the Hartford Courant he concocted a story that he was a serial killer as a suicide ploy.

Calif. Prisons To Block Prisoner Cell-Phone Use

The private company that maintains the pay phones in California prisons has agreed to install technology to block the use of smuggled cellular phones by prisoners.

Online Campaign Vows To Keep Vt. Pig Decals

Remember the pig hidden within the decal on the doors of some Vermont State Police cruisers? There's now a movement under way to keep it there.

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Inmate Adds Pig Image To Vermont Police Cruiser Decals

State officials Thursday pointed to the failure of the quality assurance office within the Vermont Correctional Industries Print Shop in St. Albans to detect a prisoner-artist's addition made four years ago to the traditional state police logo. A spot on the shoulder of the cow in the state emblem was modified into a pig.