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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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Granny shocked by police stun gun in bed sues

Woman pulled a knife from under her pillow and threatened to stab the officer if he took her from her home - Full Story

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Ex-priest who pulled gun gets jail

Thought a U.S. Marshal made an obscene gesture at him, so he drew a loaded handgun - Full Story

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NM Deputies raid cockfighting venue

Acting on a tip, they swarmed the venue and recovered 70 live birds - Full Story

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Man calls 911 about mom taking his beer

Associated PressNEW PORT RICHEY, Fla. — A 32-year-old Pasco County man who called 911 to complain... - Full Story

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Porn actor sought in fatal machete attack

Steven Hill is accused of attacking a co-worker with a machete-type prop weapon used in porn production at a building in the Van Nuys area of LA - Full Story

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Md. trooper breaks leg, still makes arrest

Associated PressFREDERICK, Md. — Maryland State Police said a trooper who broke his leg during... - Full Story

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Maine police chase, save, and arrest man

All in a day's work: Foot pursuit, river rescue, make arrest, write report, answer (dumb) questions from local press - Full Story

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NYPD to get Tony Award

For their work in the city's theater district, two New York City police precincts will be honored at this year's Tony Awards - Full Story



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