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FL Man's Handmade 'COVID 19 infected' Sign Doesn't Stop Deputies from Arresting Him

Florida deputies said a wanted man posted a sign on his front door that read "COViD 19 iNFected since 4/8/20" in a last-ditch attempt to avoid arrest. It didn't work.

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Wisconsin Department "Cancels Crime" Due to Coronavirus Concerns

The Kenosha (WI) Police Department has declared a moratorium on criminal activity amid concerns over the spread of the Coronavirus.

Agency's Social Media Post on 'Coronavirus' Targets Meth Dealers

Officers with the Merrill (WI) Police Department recently warned users of methamphetamine that their drug of choice may be infected by the disease that has recently seized headlines.

Video: Idaho Officer's Body Camera Catches Conflict with Wild Turkeys

An officer with the Ada County (ID) Sheriff's Office conducting a traffic stop came under sudden attack by a group of wild turkeys earlier this week, and the entire interaction was captured on body-worn camera video.

Maine Police Arrest Man for OUI on Riding Lawnmower

Officers with the Augusta (ME) Police Department posted on social media an image of two patrol SUVs parked behind a riding lawnmower that had reportedly been ridden by an individual accused of driving under the influence.

Own the Internet: Best Practices for Police Agencies on Social Media

Here are some thoughts on best practices for agencies and individual officers as the use of social media becomes more prevalent in policing.

Florida Agency Posts Image on Facebook of Deputy and Small Deer

The Monroe County (FL) Sheriff's Office posted an image on social media of an encounter between a deputy and a small male deer.

Wisconsin Deputy Issues Warning to Driver of Oscar Mayer "Wienermobile"

A deputy with the Waukesha County (WI) Sheriff's Department pulled over and issued a warning to the driver of the famous Oscar Mayer "Wienermobile" for reportedly violating that state's "move over law."

Ohio Department Warns of "Highly Addictive" Girl Scout Cookies Hitting the Streets

The Ravenna (OH) Police Department recently took to social media to warn area residents about the impending arrival of a "highly addictive substance that is about to hit the streets" as members of the notorious "Girl Scouts of America" flood the streets with sugary treats.

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Video: California Officer Startled by Lizard Leaping from Suspect's Coat

An officer with the Chico (CA) Police Department was searching a man being detained when she suffered a surprise: a lizard leaped from one of the man's pockets.