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The Bizarre Beat topic gives police officers a place to get news articles of the weird, including the naked protesters, drunks in clown costumes, and all other oddball encounters cops have on the street on a daily basis. The job is deadly serious, but there are dozens of calls for service that leave the responding officers shaking their heads and laughing as they get back into their squads.
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NC sheriff's office says break-in suspect left wallet behind

Sheriff's deputies in North Carolina had little trouble identifying a break-in suspect - Full Story

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Mo. suspect arrested after commenting on PD's Facebook post

A suspect's ego got the best of him when he tried to correct Facebook commenters on his arrest - Full Story

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Diddy arrested at UCLA, accused of assault

Diddy arrested at UCLA, accused of assault

The arrest is the latest of several allegations of violence by Sean Combs - Full Story

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'Star Wars' actor arrested after high-speed pursuit

'Star Wars' actor arrested after high-speed pursuit

Deputies say actor Jake Lloyd led them on a high-speed pursuit at speeds of more than 100 mph - Full Story

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Police Limit Comic: June 21, 2015 Garey McKee - Police Limit Comic Strip

Police Limit Comic: June 21, 2015

Police Limit Comic is published on PoliceOne every Sunday. For more than a decade, the strip's ca... - Full Story

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Photo: NC cop’s infant son ‘swears in’ at father’s ceremony

Viral photo shows what appears to be a baby, along with his father, being sworn into a police department - Full Story

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Conn. cop injured after woman hurls used tampon

Officer was attempting to stop her and her partner from engaging in public sex - Full Story



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