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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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Ohio DUI suspect drinks in front of cop

The report says that after Supers took the drink in front of the officer he failed a series of field sobriety tests - Full Story

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Video: Police shut down Ga. Girl Scout Cookie booth

The troop did not have the proper permits to sell the cookies in the location - Full Story

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Video: Fla. cop escorts baby ducks across road

"I saw the little baby ducks and I thought of my daughter," the officer said - Full Story

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Video: The 5 most popular of February

Share your favorites in the comments section and continue uploading them to BLUtube - Full Story

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Man offers Texas cop $1 million bribe

Reportedly told the officer he would give him $1 million to let him go home - Full Story

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Video: Russian cops dance on squad, swig vodka

In the video, the officers climb atop the cruiser and trade swigs from a bottle of vodka - Full Story

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Police Limit Comic: February 20, 2011 Garey McKee - Police Limit Comic Strip

Police Limit Comic: February 20, 2011

Police Limit Comic is a politically-motivated, pro-law enforcement comic strip, topical in its writing and unapologetically blunt - Full Story

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Video: Naked man steals sausage from retirement home

The suspect has been charged with to counts of burglary and petty theft - Full Story



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