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Pennsylvania Officer Injured Attempting to Reach Into Suspect Vehicle

An officer with the Ross Township (PA) Police Department was injured after attempting to reach into the car at a traffic stop to turn off the engine when the subject suddenly attempted to drive away.

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Lancaster Riot Suspects Charged, Held on $1 Million Bail Each

Twelve adults arrested in the rioting face a variety of felony and misdemeanor charges, including arson, riot, institutional vandalism and criminal conspiracy. One defendant also faces a charge of illegal possession of a firearm.

Violent Protests Shake PA City After Officer Fatally Shoots Man with Knife

Investigators determined Munoz had a knife in his right hand as he chased the officer, according to the release. The officer then fired several shots, and Munoz was killed.

Pennsylvania Agency Mourns Loss of Beloved K-9

Officers with the Ross (PA) Township Police Department are mourning the loss of a beloved K-9 after the dog passed away suddenly during an emergency surgery.

Mural Honoring Slain Philly Officer Defaced with Anarchist Graffiti

Spray-painted on the mural were the acronyms “ACAB” and “FTP” which are two vulgar anti-police slogans, as well as a symbol used by anarchists.

Crash Involving Off-Duty Philadelphia Officer Injures at Least 1

At least one person was injured during a two-car vehicle collision that included an off-duty police officer on Wednesday night.

Man Armed with AK-47 Opens Fire on Pennsylvania Officers

The suspect is accused of opening fire last week on the cigar store employee after refusing to wear a mask inside the store, despite the clerk's explanation that it was required in order to be inside the shop.

Rookie Pennsylvania Officer Saves Life of Unresponsive Infant

A rookie officer with the Upland Borough Police Department is being called a hero after he saved an unresponsive newborn’s life Sunday. Officer Jonathan Keeney says he was just doing his job.

Vice President Stops to Aid Injured Motorcade Officers

The city police said in a statement that the vice president got off the bus he was traveling in “to tend to the officers personally; a gesture that was greatly appreciated by the officers themselves, and by the Pittsburgh Bureau of Police.”

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Multiple Philadelphia Patrol Cars Burned Over the Weekend

Multiple patrol vehicles were set on fire across the city of Philadelphia over the weekend and police are now trying to determine if it was one person or a coordinated effort among multiple people.