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U.S. Marshal Shot in Baltimore, Suspect Killed

The U.S. Marshals Service said in a statement the shooting occurred as marshals were serving an arrest warrant on a man wanted for armed robbery and attempted murder.

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Gunman Watched FBI Agents Approach Using Doorbell Camera, Then Opened Fire Through Door

Two veteran FBI agents were killed and three others wounded Tuesday morning around 6 a.m. when a gunman opened fire as the agents attempted to serve a search warrant at an apartment in Sunrise, FL, as part of a child-pornography probe.

Alabama Officer Shot Multiple Times Friday, Released from Hospital

Pine Hill Police Chief Nikisha Gailes said Pugh was shot three times, once in the left hand and twice in his right leg.

Suspect in Shooting of MA Trooper Killed in Bronx Gunfight, Marshals Wounded

The marshals had information that the suspect, Andre Sterling, 35, was inside and were let in by a resident.

Minneapolis Restricts No-Knock Warrants

Starting Monday, officers must identify themselves as “police” and announce their purpose as “search warrant” before entering any domicile — regardless of whether a judge signed off on an “unannounced” or “no-knock” entry.

Sgt. Mattingly: If We Hadn't Knocked Breonna Taylor Would be Alive

Sgt. Jonathan Mattingly said he banged on the door repeatedly while yelling "police." And that once his commanding officer gave the order to breach the door, he and the other officers yelled "police," as they rammed open the door.

Louisville SWAT Team Criticized Breonna Taylor Raid During Internal Interview

Lt. Dale Massey and other members of LMPD's SWAT team told the Profession Integrity Unit in interviews after Taylor’s death the three officers involved violated a basic rule of policing — identifying your target and what's in the background before you shoot.

Louisville Officer Shot During Breonna Taylor Warrant Service Breaks Silence

"There was so much disinformation out. This is not relatable to George Floyd. This is nothing like it. This is not Ahmaud Arbery. It’s nothing like it," Sgt. Jonathan Mattingly said.

Breonna Taylor Grand Jury Recordings Released

"We knocked on the door, said 'police,' waited I don’t know 10 or 15 seconds. Knocked again, said 'police,' waited even longer,” Louisville police Lt. Shawn Hoover said in an interview recorded March 13, the same date Taylor was shot, and later played for the grand jury.

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Florida Officer Shot, Saved by Body Armor

A 19-year Sheriff's Office veteran, the officer was a member of the SWAT team, which was helping U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration agents serve a high-risk warrant at the home, Sheriff Mike Williams said.