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Cop's 'chewing gum survey' nabs murder suspect 36 years later

Cop's 'chewing gum survey' nabs murder suspect 36 years later

Police conducted a fake chewing gum survey to obtain the suspect's DNA - Full Story

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Inmates go free over Mass. drug lab scandal

Inmates go free over Mass. drug lab scandal

Judge lets them go free while legal challenges are processed; state lab chemist's alleged misconduct could lead to release of many dangerous criminals - Full Story

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Chemist told Mass. police she 'messed up bad'

Employee at drug lab denied doing anything wrong when analyzing drug samples, then changed her story - Full Story

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Report Writing - Evidence Collection Secure - Login Required

This segment identifies the need to ensure the evidence listed in the report matches the evidence tag placed on the item. William Fogarty suggests double checking the report prior to booking the evidence to ensure there is no incorrect information listed in the report.

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FBI sends evidence teams to Libya

FBI has opened an investigation into the deaths of the four people killed in the attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi - Full Story

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4 Ariz. cops file claim over crime scene slideshow shown at party

Officers say 28 photos of death investigations were intended to show memorable moments and inside jokes - Full Story

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Police can get Skype data on request

Web phone service Skype has expanded its cooperation with police - Full Story

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Video: FBI search Colo. gunman's booby-trapped apartment

Pictures from inside the apartment are fairly disturbing and the devices look to be sophisticated - Full Story



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