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Law Enforcement

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  • Man gets 66-year term for shooting Phoenix officer, robbery

    A man has been sentenced to 66 years in prison for shooting a Phoenix police officer and a volunteer sheriff's posse member minutes after robbing two strip-club employees of $18,000 by gunpoint. Roger Allen Sharp was sentenced Friday in Maricopa County...
  • State attorney to review man's death

    State attorney to review man's death
    Calvon Andreleus Reid, a borderline homeless man, died over the weekend in Coconut Creek. But the cause and circumstances of his death remain undetermined while police and prosecutors investigate. Reid's father, Calvin Reid of South Carolina, said...
  • Utah officer defends his objections to riding at head of gay pride parade

    Utah officer defends his objections to riding at head of gay pride parade
    Eric Moutsos wants you to understand this: He’s no bigot. He’s just a religious man, he says, with some personal convictions against homosexual behavior. The former Salt Lake City policeman says he has many LGBT friends. He just did not want...
  • Charles County police identify officer involved in shooting

    The Charles County Sheriff's Office has identified the deputy who shot a man who they say assaulted a woman then threatened her with a gun. Police have identified the deputy as Officer S. Hooper, who has been with the sheriff's office for two years but...
  • Police meet with Mexican Consulate on Texas shooting

    EULESS, Texas As he stepped out of his car on the shoulder of the Texas 121 service road last Friday, an unarmed Ruben Garcia Villalpando raised his hands and repeatedly asked Grapevine Police Officer Robert Clark to stop calling him foul names, said a...
  • Pugh's Own Words Used Against Him In Murder Trial's Final Arguments

    Pugh's Own Words Used Against Him In Murder Trial's Final Arguments
    MILFORD — A Superior Court jury Friday morning will continue to deliberate the fate of Matthew Pugh, the man accused of the May 2006 slaying of aspiring actress Alexandra Ducsay. Jurors deliberated about 2 ½ hours Thursday without reaching a...
  • Vermont tackles security, access at government buildings

    Issues from same-sex marriage to gun rights to health care have brought hundreds of impassioned Vermont residents to public hearings at their Statehouse, and lawmakers have long prided themselves on their deliberations being accessible to the citizenry....
  • Lehigh Sheriff Rossi not seeking a 7th term

    Lehigh Sheriff Rossi not seeking a 7<sup>t</sup><sup>h</sup> term
    Ending months of speculation, Lehigh County Sheriff Ronald Rossi on Monday confirmed that, for the first time in 24 years, there will be a new sheriff in town next year. Rossi, 78, a Democrat who has held the office since 1991, said he will not seek...
  • Should police officers be suspended without pay?

    Should police officers be suspended without pay?
    What does it take for a police officer to get suspended WITHOUT pay? I wonder. Particularly after a couple of videos have surfaced that will make you want to retch. In one, a Fort Lauderdale police officer is showing pushing and slapping a man...
  • Lawsuit claims Hollywood cops resorted to false arrest to get back at man for threatening to file complaint

    Lawsuit claims Hollywood cops resorted to false arrest to get back at man for threatening to file complaint
    Rob Pinto walked into the Hollywood Police Department to complain about being stopped by two men he mistakenly thought were masquerading as cops. He walked out in handcuffs, charged with a first-degree felony after police accused him of impersonating...
  • No federal charges for George Zimmerman in killing of Trayvon Martin

    No federal charges for George Zimmerman in killing of Trayvon Martin
    The Justice Department said Tuesday that it was closing its investigation into the shooting death three years ago of Florida teenager Trayvon Martin without filing criminal charges against former neighborhood watch volunteer George Zimmerman. Justice...