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Detroit Officer Found Dead, Apparent Murder-Suicide

Officers were dispatched to a residence in the 9900 block of Kinloch Street at 11:39 a.m. in Redford Township for a report of a possible homicide. Responding officers found two deceased subjects.

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Detroit Bankruptcy Judge Allows Suit Over Slain Officer to Proceed

U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Steven Rhodes lifted the stay order — with conditions — on Tuesday for Deborah Ryan of Canton, who is suing the Detroit Police Department over the 2009 shooting death of her daughter, a police officer.

Utah Officer Reportedly Killed Family and Self

In an upstairs bedroom, officers located Kelly’s mother, 55-year-old Marie King, dead from a gunshot wound. In another bedroom, police found the bodies of the couple and their children, 7-year-old Joshua "Jaden" Boren and 5-year-old Haley Boren.

Miss. Detective Remembered As Devoted Dad

Jackson (Miss.) Police Detective Eric Smith loved his two sons and displayed a memorabilia shrine to his favorite NFL football team in his home, friends of the slain officer told the Jackson Clarion-Ledger.

Las Vegas Lt. Kills Family, Torches Home

A veteran Las Vegas police lieutenant called 911 early Monday to say he had killed his wife and son and had set fire to his Boulder City home.

Barricaded Colo. Man Killed After Opening Fire on Officers

Aurora (Colo.) Police shot and killed a barricaded man who opened fire on tactical officers who launched tear gas into the home after a five-hour standoff.

Wanted Suspect Hijacks, Crashes Plane In Utah

An airline captain who entered a small Utah airport early Tuesday morning and damaged a SkyWest Airlines jetliner, a terminal building, and some parked vehicles had been sought by authorities in the death of his girlfriend.

April Fools

The fourth month of the year is generally pleasant. But as the month progresses, the dates mark the anniversaries of illicit and sinister events and the fools of April are no longer funny.

Court Says Family Can Sue Sheriff For Allegedly Allowing Estranged Husband of Murder Victim to Keep Gun

The North Carolina Court of Appeals has cleared a path for family members of a woman shot to death in a 2004 domestic violence case to pursue their claims that the Chatham County Sheriff's Department did not keep a promise to seize weapons from her estranged husband.

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