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Law Enforcement

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  • Richmond prosecutors review convictions involving ex-officer

    Richmond prosecutors are reviewing nearly 100 convictions involving a former city police detective, including those of more than a dozen people who are still behind bars or under court supervision. The review follows the recent dismissal of three federal...
  • Police: Indiana inmate struck deputy, stole her police car

    Police in northwest Indiana searched for a second day for an inmate who attacked a sheriff's deputy and stole her police car as he was being moved from a hospital back to the jail, authorities said. Tippecanoe County Sheriff Barry Richard said...
  • Indiana inmate strikes deputy, steals her police car

    Northwest Indiana police searched for a second day for an inmate who attacked a sheriff's deputy and stole her police car as he was being moved from a hospital back to the jail. Tippecanoe County Sheriff Barry Richard said Saturday 25-year-old Marcus...
  • 'LAPD '53': Snapshots of L.A.'s dark side

     'LAPD '53': Snapshots of L.A.'s dark side
    If you were a Los Angeles Police Department crime scene photographer, 1953 was a very good year. The Los Angeles Police Museum at first thought it would need decades of photos to create a book, but it soon became clear that 1953 had it all: murder,...
  • Indictments underscore Jim McDonnell's challenges as L.A. County sheriff

    Indictments underscore Jim McDonnell's challenges as L.A. County sheriff
    A new round of indictments this week that reached the highest ranks of the Los Angeles Sheriff's Department underscores the challenges facing new Sheriff Jim McDonnell he tries to reform the troubled agency. Federal prosecutors painted a troubling...
  • 'Screaming bloody murder,' mom leads protest of Zion shooting

    'Screaming bloody murder,' mom leads protest of Zion shooting
    Crowds disrupted Friday afternoon traffic in downtown Waukegan while protesting the decision not to charge the Zion police officer who fatally shot Justus Howell, but the demonstration around the Lake County Building and Courthouse never produced the...
  • L.A. Unified after-school coach is suspected of molesting nine girls

    A coach for a Los Angeles Unified School District after-school program was charged Friday with multiple felony counts of committing lewd acts on a child, the Los Angeles County district attorney’s office said. Ronnie Lee Roman, 42, of San...
  • Detective: no evidence found in slaying suspect's home, car

    A police detective has testified that authorities found no evidence in the home or car of a man charged in the bludgeoning deaths of three people in East Hartford in 2010. East Hartford Detective Christina Johnson was the final defense witness to testify...
  • Oversight of police can have chilling effect

    Oversight of police can have chilling effect
    On the face of it, the recently announced policy by the Palm Beach Sheriff's Office to require an immediate supervisor response and tracking of all incidents in which officers draw and point their firearms sounds reasonable. But it is not. It is dangerous...
  • Police: County employee stole gas from public works for family cars

    Police: County employee stole gas from public works for family cars
    A former employee of the Lake County Public Works Department is scheduled to appear in court Thursday on charges that he used other employees' pass codes to steal gas for himself, his girlfriend, parents and another friend. Dwayne Keener, 21, of the...
  • Union misses deadline to offer proof of Hallandale chief's misbehavior

    Union misses deadline to offer proof of Hallandale chief's misbehavior
    Union officials have accused Police Chief Dwayne Flournoy of getting away with a bar fight, drunken driving and domestic violence. But after 18 days, and failing to meet a Friday deadline, the union has yet to produce anything to support its allegations....