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Law Enforcement

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  • Michael Brown altercation, shooting unfolded in 90 seconds

    Michael Brown altercation, shooting unfolded in 90 seconds
    Details found in a trove of police records, recordings and video surveillance footage made public this week have angered attorneys and activists who support Michael Brown, the unarmed black man who was killed during a confrontation with a Ferguson...
  • Halloween candy investigation continues

    Halloween candy investigation continues
    Towamencin Township police haven't received any other reports of Halloween candy tampering since a 13-year-old boy found a razor blade inside the wrapper of a piece of candy he received during trick-or-treat. But the Montgomery County department is...
  • Search continues for man last seen in Palos area

    Search continues for man last seen in Palos area
    The search is still on for a Chicago man who went missing a week ago after he left his parents' Palos Park home. John Michael Cunningham Jr., 27, was last seen shortly before 11 a.m. Oct. 30 near 104th Avenue and McCarthy Road, according to Palos Park...
  • Records: Orlando cop accused in Apopka road-rage crash

    Records: Orlando cop accused in Apopka road-rage crash
    For nearly two months, Orlando police Officer Bryan Fischer has been off the streets while prosecutors decide if he or another driver should face criminal charges after an alleged road-rage crash in Apopka. The crash happened while Fischer was off-...
  • Former Wilton Manors police chief, Broward Sheriff's captain dies at 56

    Former Wilton Manors police chief, Broward Sheriff's captain dies at 56
    To his fellow law enforcement officers, he was a stand-up guy and a good leader. To his friends, he was a visionary, "a quiet archangel" with a passion for helping people. Former Wilton Manors Chief of Police Rick Wierzbicki died Thursday after battling...
  • Board Orders East Hartford To Rehire Officer

    EAST HARTFORD — The state Board of Mediation and Arbitration has ordered the town to rehire Juma Jones, a former East Hartford police officer who was fired last year for misusing a police database to run background checks on personal acquaintances....
  • In new trial hearing for Levy killer, what did prosecutors know and when?

    WASHINGTON An FBI special agent and a longtime federal prosecutor from Fresno on Thursday faced two of D.C.'s favorite questions: What did officials know, and when did they know it? The questions arose repeatedly during a high-stakes, occasionally...
  • Report on Pasadena police shooting ordered released; union can appeal

    Report on Pasadena police shooting ordered released; union can appeal
    A Los Angeles County judge ruled Thursday that the city of Pasadena must publicly disclose most of an independent consultant's report into the 2012 fatal police shooting of an unarmed African American teenager. Superior Court Judge James C. Chalfant...
  • Off-duty Chicago cop wounded with daughter 'a tough cookie'

    Off-duty Chicago cop wounded with daughter 'a tough cookie'
    The off-duty Chicago police officer wounded along with her daughter is a "tough cookie" who wanted to be a cop since she was 10, her ex-husband said Wednesday. "When she was on the streets, she was a tough cookie," Ray Ramirez said of Officer Samella...
  • Federal judge tosses parts of lawsuit over 1991 case

    Federal judge tosses parts of lawsuit over 1991 case
    NEWPORT NEWS — A federal judge has dismissed or limited several of the claims in a $25 million wrongful conviction lawsuit brought by a man who asserts Newport News police acted recklessly in sending him to prison more than 23 years ago. U.S....
  • Messiah College official: Threat incident is 'unusual'

    UPPER ALLEN TOWNSHIP — A 25-year-old New York state man arrested in connection with a threat on social media against Messiah College students was angry because "the college ruined him," according to court documents in the case. Michael J. Diorio,...