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Tuesday, August 26, 2014
Video Released of 2013 Shooting that Wounded Georgia Officer

It was the dashboard camera mounted in Freeman's patrol car that captured suspect Curtis Hicks as he emptied his gun at Freeman, hitting the officer seven times.

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Puerto Rico Officer Dies from Wounds Sustained in Drug Raid

Agent Geniel Amaro-Fantauzzi of the Puerto Rico Police Department succumbed Monday to gunshot wounds sustained one week earlier when he and several other agents were conducting a narcotics investigation.

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Oklahoma City K-9 Dies from Stab Wounds, Handler Kills Suspect

Oklahoma City Police said K-9 Kye, a 3-year-old Belgian German shepherd, died of cardiac arrest Monday afternoon. He had been stabbed several times by a suspect Sunday night.

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Florida K-9 Killed by Lightning Strike

The Beach Police Department has lost one of its K-9 officers after a deadly lightning strike Sunday night.

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Court Removes Federal Oversight of Detroit PD

The Detroit Police Department will no longer answer to a U.S. Department of Justice overseer. One has been in place since 2003 after an investigation revealed numerous complaints of improper use of force by officers and improper treatment of witnesses.

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Vigil Held for Critically Wounded California Officer

A postcard perfect sunset added to the drama of a prayer service Monday evening for wounded San Bernardino Police Officer Gabriel Garcia.

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Court Rules No Immunity for Agencies Sued Over Fatal Connecticut Drug Raid

Last February, the towns agreed to pay $3.5 million to Guizan's family to settle their lawsuit. Terebesi states in his lawsuit he was injured when police pinned him to the floor and hit him in the head with a gun butt. He claims he is suffering from post-traumatic stress as a...

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Maryland Officers Oppose Local Union's Donation to Darren Wilson's Defense

"While we appreciate the support that the union offers to officers in need, there comes a time where leaders must take a step back and look at the totality of their decisions," wrote Cpl. Kam Cooke, a bike patrol officer and acting president of Anne Arundel's Black Police...

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