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Maryland Deputies Shot Multiple Times Responding to Domestic

The Charles County sheriff's deputies were stable and in good condition "thanks to a bulletproof vest, the officers who were able to get them out of the situation and good doctors and nurses," spokeswoman Diane Richardson said.

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DA Rules Fatal OIS of Andrew Brown Justified But "Tragic"

The district attorney said that Brown used his car as a "deadly weapon," causing Pasquotank County deputies to believe it was necessary to use deadly force.

2 Alabama Officers Wounded Serving Warrant on Murder Suspect

The shooting happened about 1:20 p.m. Sunday when police were trying to carry out a search warrant at the Southside home of double murder suspect 39-year-old Brian Timothy Dunne. Authorities said as soon as tactical officers entered the third-floor unit at Stratford Apartments, they were met with gunfire.

CA Detective Killed Serving Knock and Announce Warrant

Officers reportedly waited more time for a response. They then breached the apartment and came immediately under fire from the suspect, who was described as "lying in wait" by police.

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.

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.

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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.

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