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May 08, 2012

Calif. cops accused of sitting on evidence in criminal case

The investigation comes as the Pasadena Police Department finds itself mired in controversy over the shooting death of Kendrec McDade - Full Story
May 08, 2012
Mayors urge online escort service to check ages

Mayors urge online escort service to check ages

Backpage.com under scrutiny by authorities, allegations that child prostitution facilitated by site - Full Story
May 07, 2012

Police search Calif. dump for bodies of 2 boys

Detectives discovered the stabbed body of the 31-year-old mother Friday - Full Story
May 03, 2012
Police believe Neo-Nazi killed 4, himself in Ariz.

Police believe Neo-Nazi killed 4, himself in Ariz.

Toddler, shooter among dead; 55-gallon drums in backyard with unknown liquid - Full Story
May 02, 2012

2 held in Detroit escort service slayings

Four bodies found in car trunks; three had placed online ads for escort services - Full Story
May 01, 2012

Miss. investigator killed serving warrant on pedophile

Two other officers were injured, one of whom returned fire and killed the suspect - Full Story
April 29, 2012

Debate rages over severity of child-porn sentences

Doubts are growing within the judiciary about the reasonableness of the sentencing guidelines, as demonstrated by the extent to which judges are refusing to follow them - Full Story
April 29, 2012

Retiring FBI agent took creative approach

FBI agent Harry Trombitas retires as an FBI agent just ahead of the mandatory retirement age of 57, following a career spanning almost three decades - Full Story
April 27, 2012

Calif. officer accused of blinding woman

Prosecutors say Beaumont officer permanently blinded a woman with pepper spray during a DUI investigation - Full Story
April 27, 2012

Suspended NJ cop: I was stopping 'excessive force'

A Bogota officer pulled two Ridgefield cops off an emotionally disturbed man they were trying to subdue - Full Story



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