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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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Minn. man caught faking seizure to avoid DUI, speeding ticket

The driver faked the affliction in hopes of dodging a DUI allegation - Full Story

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Pa. police capture runaway circus zebras

A pair of zebras escaped from a circus and went running through the streets - Full Story

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Police Limit Comic: November 15, 2015 Garey McKee - Police Limit Comic Strip

Police Limit Comic: November 15, 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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Woman tries to run over Ky. police, hides in doghouse

Police say the pursuit led to the car crashing through a gate at a golf course - Full Story

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Fla. police arrest man for attempting to burn Buccaneers' $26K team flag

A caller said someone was attempting to torch the flag outside the Bucs' corporate offices - Full Story

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Drunk Ohio man has 9-year-old drive him to get barbecue sauce

Police say the man had the child over for dinner, and the boy's parents didn't know the neighbor was drunk - Full Story

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Police Limit Comic: November 8, 2015 Garey McKee - Police Limit Comic Strip

Police Limit Comic: November 8, 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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