Local Cop News
with Mike Williams, TeamOne Network
Mike Williams' Local Cop News: 01.21.08
Florida: Deputies arrest 3rd suspect in Daytona officer shooting
Tennessee: Pit bull attacks 5 year-old walking home from school with friends: Police shoot dog
Georgia: Police officer pulls family from fire
Connecticut: Fairfield cops take high-tech aim
Colorado: A Jefferson County sheriff’s deputy reportedly shot and killed a man following a confrontation in Boulder early Saturday morning.
Florida: Running routine for SWAT team
Ohio: A Lucas County Sheriff firearms review board has decided that Sgt. Ephron Linzy, who shot out the tires of the suspect's allegedly stolen car Jan. 9, might need to go back to firearms class.
Massachusetts: A 27-year-old Gloucester man required hospital treatment after he was attacked by a pit bull that stalked him on Foster Street, according to police.
Maryland: Laurel police still sold on Tasers
Michigan: Suspect in Detroit police shooting found dead in Clinton Township apartment
Ohio: Attorney General Marc Dann came to town yesterday to assure Lima residents that his office would do a thorough and unbiased investigation into the fatal shooting of a local woman by a Lima police officer.
North Dakota: North Dakota Supreme Court Upholds Stopping Out of State Motorists. A North Dakota Supreme Court ruling authorizes police to stop anyone displaying a temporary registration from another state.
South Carolina: SLED investigates police shooting
Kansas: New type of extinguisher helps police officers fight car fires. Now police in Lenexa, where last summer three fatal accidents ended in flames, are acquiring extinguishers that they hope will be more effective. They are the same kind used at races such as the Indianapolis 500.
SWAT: Growing or Fading?