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 A toll paid in blood: Warrant service gone bad
 Going from 'stop, drop, roll' to 'run, hide, fight'
 March 20, 2013
Featured News

Assault weapons ban dropped from gun bill

Video: Officers find UCF plotter's body in dorm

'Brake-check' video prompts NC cop to resign

Today's Top Stories:
Gang calls for death of 2 NYPD officers on 'wanted' poster: Poster features caption, '50z want these pigs heads'
Miss. police chief struck by vehicle, dies: Police Chief Randy Boykin was directing morning traffic in front of school
Colo. corrections chief shot, killed after answering his door: Massive manhunt under way for perpetrator
Video: Drunk driver nearly hits squad head-on
Off-duty officers rescue 400 lb man from burning home
Calif. police shoot, kill car thief charging at cop
Eerily realistic cop-killing video games have police concerned
Wis. cops catch criminals with viral videos
NYPD officer: Brass dictate stops, arrests
10-8: Life on the Line

A toll paid in blood: Warrant service gone bad

By Chuck Remsberg, PoliceOne Columnist
This incident was recently debriefed at the annual conference of the Association of SWAT Personnel-Wisconsin. The out-of-state speaker who presented this case said if he'd been one of the supervisors involved, he would have eaten his gun...
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Cop Gumbo

Going from 'stop, drop, roll' to 'run, hide, fight'

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