Local Cop News
with Mike Williams, TeamOne Network
Mike Williams' 11.03.06 local cop news
Arizona: Former U.S. surgeon general Richard Carmona resuming sheriff's department duties.
Kentucky:Bowling green officer killed by fellow officers as he fought with suspect.
Alabama: Overdose blamed in police custody death.
Illinois: With a Bible in one hand and a cordless telephone in the other, 17-year-old Roger Holyfield cried out into the night.
Minnesota: Police use of force: Behind the numbers. The Minneapolis Police Department has rolled out its first-ever analysis of how officers use force, and also outlines how disciplinary actions have been handed down by the chief.
California: D.A. weighs charges in police shooting. Huntington Beach department names the 2 who killed a teen wielding a knife.
Georgia: Police shooting victim critical; Suspect faces robbery, assault, fleeing, other traffic charges.
New York: Two Newburgh cops on leave after shooting.
New York: Deputy's mission is to unearth symptoms, stop domestic violence from getting worse.
Tennessee: It's no bull - a Taser doesn't faze cattle.
New York: State Police welcome 245 new troopers to the force.
Canada: Officer who hit woman acted properly, Crown says.
Utah: Officer injured in Taser training.
California: Local Burger King to donate proceeds to fallen officer's family.