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More foreign assault rifles turning up in the U.S.

By Matt Sedensky The Associated PressWASHINGTON D.C. — Clarence McGraw's jaw dropped as he saw... - Full Story

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Miami police may get hovering drones

CBS 4MIAMI ― Police in Miami-Dade County may soon have a new high-tech weapon in the war on crime.... - Full Story

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Wounded Ga. officers return to work

By Andria Simmons The Atlanta Journal-ConstitutionGWINNET COUNTY, Ga. — The desk jobs not withstanding,... - Full Story

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Report: Reluctant witnesses hindering cases nationally

Kevin Johnson USA TODAY WASHINGTON — Witnesses to killings and other violent crimes refuse to cooperate... - Full Story

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Ariz. man, 70, accused of impersonating cop

The Associated Press GILBERT, Ariz. — A 70-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of impersonating... - Full Story

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42 arrested in gambling ring

The Associated PressHACKENSACK, N.J. - Authorities are announcing arrests in a New Jersey organized crime... - Full Story

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Report: Conn. officer's death may be suicide

The Boston Globe Related: Police officer suicide prevention NORWALK, Conn.—Norwalk police are considering... - Full Story

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Orlando downtown to get 'smart' cameras

By Mark Schlueb The Orlando SentinelORLANDO — If you ever get the feeling you're being watched,... - Full Story

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Report: L.A. officers should hit streets, citizens can do desk jobs

By Joel Rubin The Los Angeles TimesLOS ANGELES — More than 400 Los Angeles police officers now... - Full Story

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Stolen artwork recovered in Chicago

Jeremy Gorner Tribune reporter CHICAGO, Ill. — Chicago police found a reported $100,000 worth of... - Full Story



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