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Robbery suspect brandishing replica gun shot, wounded by Mich. deputy

The suspect had removed the orange tip on his replica handgun.
Robbery suspect shot by police

Calhoun County Sheriff Department provided the Enquirer a dashboard camera video of an officer shooting robbery suspect Derrick Shirk after the man pointed what turned out to be a toy gun at the officer. Shirk survived. (Warning: graphic video)

Posted by Battle Creek Enquirer on Thursday, February 4, 2016

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Couple wanted in crime spree led police on pursuit; 1 killed

A weeklong search for a Missouri couple wanted in a series of robberies and abductions came to an end - Full Story

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NC officer confronts teen who wrote ‘F the police’ on his cruiser

The cruiser was parked in the driveway and was found defaced after a recent snow storm.

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Video: NC officer confronts teen after finding 'F the police' on cruiser

The cruiser was parked in the driveway and was found defaced after a recent snow storm - Full Story

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Police officials quarrel over when to use force

The police group said setting different policies and standards would lead to confusion - Full Story

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2 NY officers wounded, suspect kills self

Authorities said the shooting shows the dangerous nature of the job - Full Story



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