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Tuesday, July 18, 2017
Former OH Campus Officer Will Not Face Third Murder Trial for On-Duty Shooting

Ohio prosecutors announced Tuesday that they will not seek a third trial against Ray Tensing, a former University of Cincinnati police officer charged with murder in the 2015 death of an unarmed driver.

Video: Canadian Suspect Bites Police Dog's Snout in Bizarre Crime Spree

A man facing several charges following a bizarre series of events in Surrey, Canada, is alleged to have bitten a police dog during his arrest.

Critically Injured OK Trooper was Accidentally Hit by Patrol Vehicle During Pursuit

Lt. D. Heath Meyer was putting out stop sticks on Interstate 35 near 27th Street when he and other troopers were trying to stop a speeding D’Angelo Burgess, 27. Authorities said a state trooper accidentally hit Meyer after Burgess caused a collision between two other state...

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MD K-9 Handlers Carrying Narcan to Save Drug Dogs from Fentanyl Exposure

Throughout Maryland, police departments have been training officers in their K-9 units on how to administer an opioid overdose reversal drug to their dogs in the event that they accidentally come in contact with these substances while sniffing for narcotics.

Attorney General Sessions Wants Increase in Asset Forfeiture

Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Monday said he'd be issuing a new directive this week aimed at increasing police seizures of cash and property from criminals.

Video: NC Trooper Resigns After Citizen Captures Footage of Him Driving Wrong Way on Highway

A North Carolina Highway Patrol trooper has resigned after a witness captured video showing his patrol car speeding down Highway 321 in Catawba County, going the wrong way into oncoming traffic.

4 LAPD Officers Injured When Cruisers Collide in South LA

Four Los Angeles Police Department officers were treated for minor injuries when two cruisers were involved in a crash in South Los Angeles Monday.

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