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Man who shot Mont. trooper killed self

Preliminary autopsy results show that he shot himself with a .22 pistol - Full Story

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Persistence pays off: NJ fugitive arrested

The arrest highlights Camden's tenacity in recent years when it comes to apprehending violent offenders, authorities say - Full Story

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Man sought in LA publicist's death kills himself

Reportedly shot himself in the head in the lobby of a Los Angeles hotel as police closed in with a search warrant - Full Story

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Fla. student Googles self, finds murder charge

Saw a picture of his driver's license and information that he was wanted in connection to a September murder - Full Story

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6 charged in 18-month FBI drug probe

Athletes' jersey numbers were used as code for drug amounts - Full Story

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Police look for suspect in Chicago officer's death

Evidence tech Michael Flisk, 46, was killed Friday while processing a burglary scene on city's Southeast Side - Full Story

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Chicago police officer killed in double shooting

Evidence tech processing burglary scene and another person were fatally shot - Full Story

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Slain Chicago cop had earned 84 awards

Blake's gun and wallet were found in his personal SUV after he was killed inside the vehicle just after 1830 hours on Monday - Full Story

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Veterinarians learning to investigate crimes

Melinda Merck, the nation's top forensic vet, has begun a veterinary forensic science training program already nicknamed "Animal CSI" - Full Story



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