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Law Enforcement

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  • Death of Victorville man tasered multiple times ruled accidental

    The death of a 36-year-old Victorville man after he was stunned with a taser multiple times during his arrest by San Bernardino County Sheriff’s deputies was accidental, authorities said Wednesday. The Riverside County coroner's office said...
  • Shooting suspect had '95 gun arrest, records show

     Shooting suspect had '95 gun arrest, records show
    The man accused of shooting and wounding two McHenry County sheriff's deputies last week was arrested in Wilmette in 1995 after he shot off two guns in his apartment and later told authorities that he was very angry with police and the government,...
  • LAPD fires detective over comments with 'racial tone'

    LAPD fires detective over comments with 'racial tone'
    Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck fired a veteran police detective Wednesday after a disciplinary panel found he made racially charged comments about a black civil rights attorney and a 1997 shooting in which the detective killed a black officer....
  • Details emerge of Colorado girls' possible bid to aid Islamic radicals

    Details emerge of Colorado girls' possible bid to aid Islamic radicals
    On Friday, two Somali sisters in suburban Denver told their father that they were too ill to go to school so they were going to stay home. By mid-morning, they called their father at work and said that they wanted to go to the library. The father told...
  • Burbank police earn awards for mental health work

    The Burbank Police Department was recognized by two separate agencies this week for the work being done by its mental health evaluation team. The team, made up of a police officer and a clinical psychologist, received the Mental Illness and Law...
  • Two Indio police officers charged in beating of man

    An Indio police officer has been charged with beating up a man and his partner with covering it up after the confrontation was caught on videotape, the Riverside County Sheriff's Department said. The officers, Charles Holloway and Gerardo Martinez,...
  • Person reported looking in houses in Forest Hill; golf balls stolen from range at Bel Air club

    Harford County Sheriff's Office and Maryland State Police reports: Aberdeen Dwayne Cecil Webb, 46, of the 500 block of Pleasantwind Drive, was arrested Friday on a bench warrant in a case in which he is charged with eluding police by failing to stop,...
  • Thailand tourist murder suspects retract confessions

    BANGKOK (Reuters) - Two Myanmar men accused of killing two British backpackers on a Thai holiday island have retracted their confessions, their lawyers said on Wednesday, adding further confusion to an investigation that has attracted widespread...
  • Poconos resident mistaken for Frein says he was assaulted

    Poconos resident mistaken for Frein says he was assaulted
    Five weeks into the search for Eric Frein, Canadensis resident James Tully knows the drill. Stop when a police officer approaches. Show identification. Be cooperative. Tully, 39, doesn't own a car and must walk five miles along heavily wooded Route...
  • Hampton councilman: Lack of vote on police phone data program is "shocking"

    Hampton councilman: Lack of vote on police phone data program is "shocking"
    A member of Hampton's City Council said Tuesday that council members should have been asked to weigh in on an agreement among five area police departments to share telephone data collected during criminal investigations. Council member Donnie Tuck...
  • Man says he's been mistaken for Frein 20 times, claims he was assaulted

    Man says he's been mistaken for Frein 20 times, claims he was assaulted
    Five weeks into the search for Eric Frein, Canadensis, Pennsylvania, resident James Tully knows the drill. Stop when a police officer approaches. Show identification. Be cooperative. Tully, 39, who doesn't own a car and must walk 5 miles along heavily...