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Week-364-December-19-2007

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Week 364
December 19, 2007
Editor's Note:

With Christmas fast approaching, an article in today's P1 Newsletter serves as a good reminder that drug runners will not hesitate to capitalize on the season to help move their loads.

If you come upon wrapped presents in a situation where you suspect you're dealing with a mule, don't be easily fooled into overlooking them. A load of holiday contraband might be hiding inside.


— Scott Buhrmaster, Managing Editor
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Man shot after trying to rob undercover Fla. deputy
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Tenn. officer struck by SUV while helping stranded motorist
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Texas man fatally shot after refusing to drop knife
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Milwaukee misconduct cases raise 'code of silence' questions
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Calif. officer fatally shot
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End of Watch: Dec. 17, 2007

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