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Week-344-August-1-2007

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Week 344
August 1, 2007
CHP officer fatally struck by car while setting spike strip



David Zanon led Calif. police on a high-speed chase and intentionally ran over a CHP officer. (AP)
PLACERVILLE, Calif. — A Sacramento man ran down and killed a California Highway Patrol officer Tuesday at the end of a 30-mile, high-speed chase through Sacramento and El Dorado counties.

Douglas Scott Russell, 46, a 22-year veteran of the CHP, was trying to stop David Charles Zanon by putting spikes on Highway 50. Authorities said Zanon, a 38-year-old Sacramento resident, intentionally swerved toward Russell before striking him.

Zanon had tried to ram a Rancho Cordova police officer's car when the chase began and had swerved in an unsuccessful effort to hit another officer ... Full Story

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InterAct Public Safety Systems Receives ISO 9001:2000 Quality Certification
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Suspect arrested in Balt. officer shootings
[Baltimore, MD]

Police join forces for Calif. gang sweep
[Los Angeles, CA]

Milwaukee police and feds bust counterfeit money ring
[Milwaukee, WI]

N.H. officer dies after single-car crash
[Hampton Falls, NH] ]
Officer Down

Border Patrol Agent
Eric N. Cabral
Jacumba, California


Border Patrol agent dies
from heart attack

End of Watch: July 26, 2007

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Shotgun-toting man fatally shot by Calif. police
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Idaho police using self-serve system for crash reports
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Wyo. Supreme Court upholds seizure of drug paraphernalia
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