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  • Arrest Made After Altercation With Calif. Officers

    Two police officers sustained minor injuries Monday after they got into an altercation with a 20-year-old man who was resisting arrest, the Porterville Police Department reports.

    News • September 15th, 2011

  • Massachusetts Woman Attacks Officer

    A Beverly woman arrested early yesterday morning on arson and attempted-murder charges from a fire in Dorchester on Saturday attacked a Beverly police lieutenant who was booking her, police said.

    News • September 15th, 2011

  • N.Y. TSA Agents, Police Accused in Oxycodone Conspiracy

    Five law enforcement officers -- a Westchester County, N.Y., police officer assigned to Westchester County Airport, a Florida state trooper and three Transportation Security Administration officers -- have been arrested on charges of participating in a...

    News • September 15th, 2011

  • Guns, Weapons, Explosives Seized Near Border in Texas

    United States Border Patrol agents seized several high-powered weapons, ammunition and explosives near the Rio Grande Tuesday.

    News • September 15th, 2011

  • N.C. Sex Ad Customer Accidentally Takes Child

    Police said that on Aug. 3 just after midnight, Gerri Rae Carpenter, 36, called police to Deaverview Apartments to report that a man had taken her child.

    News • September 15th, 2011

  • New Public Safety Oversight Dept. Proposed in Omaha

    There's a new proposal by a City Council member designed to provide more oversight when it comes to Omaha's police and fire departments.

    News • September 15th, 2011

  • Honolulu Officer Post Photo on Facebook of Badly Burned Theft Suspect

    A Honolulu police officer posted a photo on his Facebook page of a suspected copper thief in his hospital bed, after the suspect was badly burned earlier this month.

    News • September 15th, 2011

  • NYPD Probes Video of Officers Dancing at Parade

    A raunchy YouTube video shows uniformed officers gyrating and rubbing their crotches against semi-nude women at the West Indian Day Parade in Brooklyn.

    News • September 14th, 2011

  • Suspect in Calif. 'Gumby' Robbery Turns Self In

    A man who dressed up as the TV character "Gumby" during an attempted robbery of a local 7-Eleven store has turned himself in, according to 10News' media partner the San Diego Union-Tribune.

    News • September 14th, 2011

  • Three Fla. Officers Injured After Crashing Into Concrete Pole

    Three Boynton Beach police officers were injured and two suspects are in custody after a chase that ended in a crash.

    News • September 14th, 2011

  • Police Vehicle Crashes Into Utah Home, Officer Injured

    An off-duty Millcreek officer, who may have been responding to a robbery, was flown to the hospital in critical condition Monday after his SUV rolled off the road and slid into the side of a home.

    News • September 14th, 2011

  • Ill. Trooper Involved in Crash Caused by Smoke

    Eight people, including a state trooper, were injured in a multi-vehicle accident Sunday afternoon near Peoria as the result of a traffic jam caused by smoke from a nearby RV fire. The accident involving two semitrailer trucks and three cars occurred...

    News • September 13th, 2011

  • Police Scout Car Crashes on Way to Detroit House Fire

    On their way to the fire, officers driving in a police scout car were in an accident at Shoemaker and Mountclair, but no one was injured in the crash

    News • September 13th, 2011

  • Fired Fla. Police Chief to Leave With About $900K

    Former Miami Police Chief Miguel Exposito spent his first day unemployed Tuesday, but he is not leaving empty-handed after his firing Monday.

    News • September 13th, 2011

  • Frisky Cops Allegedly Got Raunchy at NYC Parade

    The explicit footage shows the cops wildly bumping and grinding against the sexy, barely clad dancers as the women strut their stuff in the raucous Sept. 5 parade on Eastern Parkway in Crown Heights.

    News • September 13th, 2011

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