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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 deputies sprayed with breast milk

Cops responding to a domestic said a woman sprayed them with her breast milk as they tried to detain her - Full Story


Calif. cop: I knew Bulger was here all along!

Cop says he saw fugitive Bulger before capture, but no one believed him - Full Story


Video: Woman leaps on car to stop Wal-Mart beer thieves

'Hero Mom' suffered two black eyes when trying to apprehend the suspects - Full Story


NY man's tossed pot lands on police cruiser

Troopers say the offender was ticketed for marijuana possession and not wearing a seatbelt - Full Story


Video: Cruiser bumps bear cub in Tenn. countryside

Deputy bumped into a black bear with his car as he patrolled the highway - Full Story


Prison ordered in Pa. 'hot girlfriend' shooting

The victim was shot for leering at the man's girlfriend - Full Story


N.M. football player's baggy pants get him arrested

'Inappropriate' attire lead to trespassing ticket, say police - Full Story


Woman calls police for help with Chinese food order

Police issue reminder: non-emergent 911 calls are misdemeanors - Full Story


Calif. 'traffic-hazard turtle' vanishes before cops arrive

Two Chico police officers arrived in the vicinity of the turtle sighting and declared the creature gone on arrival - Full Story

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