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STATEN ISLAND, NY- A city police sergeant shot and wounded a New Jersey murder suspect whose disabled car was being towed from the Martin Luther King Expressway in Staten Island early yesterday, authorities said.
Donald Johnson's gold Ford Contour was propped up behind a flatbed truck on a service road at Willow Road East and Forest Avenue, when two officers responding to the call of a disabled car approached at about 4:50 a.m, authorities said.
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Reducing light reflection
Submitted by Deputy Rick Brown, Madison Co. (AL) SD
Some Departments will not allow you to alter equipment. However, if possible, paint the bright brass and chrome on your equipment black. This will help subdue the reflective items on your duty rig. I find that military emblem paint or a high quality enamel
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