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Law Enforcement

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  • Police: SC officer shoots, kills suspect who cut deputy

    Authorities say a man who tried to cut a sheriff's deputy when officers were serving a warrant has been shot and killed by a North Charleston police officer. The Charleston County Sheriff's Office says four North Charleston officers and two deputies...
  • Northampton County Executive John Brown gave dozen employees disputed raises

    Northampton County Executive John Brown gave dozen employees disputed raises
    Northampton County Executive John Brown awarded raises — one as much as 30 percent — to a dozen employees over the past year without notifying council, according to county documents obtained by The Morning Call. County Council has been...
  • As Memorial Day looms, Lake warns residents to buckle up, practice safety on the water

    As Memorial Day looms, Lake warns residents to buckle up, practice safety on the water
    Law-enforcement officials are warning Lake residents to be safe as fun times await over the long Memorial Day weekend. Agencies including the Sheriff's Office and Eustis Police Department are taking part in a nationwide campaign to enforce seat-belt and...
  • Police officer shot in the line of duty receives a Purple Heart

    Police officer shot in the line of duty receives a Purple Heart
    Cpl. Larry Adams, who was shot in the line of duty in April, was presented with a Purple Heart on Wednesday night at the 23rd annual Anne Arundel County Police Foundation Awards Banquet. Adams suffered a gunshot wound to his neck and doctors have told...
  • FBI finds faulty communication, no crime in prison probe

    An FBI investigation into a scandal surrounding a private prison in Idaho turned up no evidence of crime, but it did show plenty of miscommunication and faulty assumptions between state agencies, federal prosecutors say. The U.S. Justice Department...
  • The Latest on Waco shooting: Arrest costs bus driver's job

    8:45 p.m. (CDT) A former San Antonio police officer has been fired from his job as a school bus driver after his arrest following a deadly shootout involving bikers at a Texas restaurant. A spokesman for the Northside Independent School District in...
  • Justice Department declines charges in Idaho prison scandal

    The U.S. Justice Department has declined to press criminal charges in connection with an investigation into allegations of contract fraud and public corruption at a private prison in Idaho. The FBI began investigating the Idaho Correctional Center last...
  • Newport News police host first Cola With a Cop with local youth

     Newport News police host first Cola With a Cop with local youth
    For thirsty and civic-minded children and teens, the Newport News Police Department hosted its first-ever Cola With a Cop event Tuesday afternoon. The event at South Morrison Family Education Center was intended to give young people the opportunity to...
  • Forum, walk-a-thon to address violent crime in Gary

    Forum, walk-a-thon to address violent crime in Gary
    At-large Councilman Ronald Brewer says he is concerned with what appears to be a skyrocketing homicide rate in Gary — 19 in the first five months of 2015 — that is developing this year. Brewer said he's organizing a public forum for 6 p.m....
  • 5 Things to Know in Florida for May 21

    Your daily look at news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today. US INVESTIGATING FLORIDA PRISONER'S DEATH IN SCALDING SHOWER The U.S. Justice Department is investigating the death in a scalding shower of a Florida prisoner...
  • Speak Out: Tinley Park police vehicle use just part of the issue

    To the commenter who complained about the Tinley Park police chief allowing his officers to use police cars for private use, the chief, who is also provided a car, has little say in when or where police officers drive their vehicles. It is a perk of the...