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Week-421-January-19-2009

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Week 421
January 19, 2009
Law Enforcement and the Law
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A South Dakota Circuit Court judge has dismissed charges relating to carrying concealed weapons against Scott Lazalde, 38, of Bellingham, Washington, and James Rector, 44, Ferndale, Washington, law enforcement officers with the U.S. Customs and Border Protection Service, and Dennis McCoy, 58, of Seattle, Wash., a Seattle police sergeant and Ron Smith, 43, a Seattle police detective ... Full Story
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Jury acquits former Calif. sheriff of all but 1 count



Former Orange County Sheriff Mike Carona speaks at a news conference in Santa Ana, Calif. A jury acquitted Carona of all but one count of witness tampering in a corruption conspiracy case that alleged extensive bribery. (AP Photo)


SANTA ANA, Calif. — A jury stunned a courtroom Friday by acquitting former Orange County Sheriff Michael Carona of a sweeping corruption conspiracy and all but one related count of witness tampering in a case that alleged extensive bribery in exchange for the power of his office.

Carona, 53, began shaking as the verdicts were being read in U.S. District Court, then put his head down on the counsel table and sobbed loudly ... Full Story
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Today's P1 tactical tip reminds you that there are risks posed by public restrooms and shares a couple of suggestions for keeping yourself safe during a pit stop. Be sure to share your own ... Full tip

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