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High school seatbelt patrol nabs 23

By: Astrid GalvanGilbert, Ariz. — Gilbert Police issued 23 seatbelt violation citations during... - Full Story

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Ariz. cops ask suspects about immigration status

The Associated PressPhoenix, Ariz. — Phoenix police officers will begin asking all criminal suspects... - Full Story

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CA officers step up weekend enforcement

By Abby SewellBARSTOW, Calif. — Highway patrol officers are preparing for the Memorial Day holiday... - Full Story

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Drunk truck driver hits police car

By Richard LiebsonWHITE PLAINS, N.Y. - A tow truck driver was arrested on a drunken-driving charge last... - Full Story

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La. police chief wants more troopers

By Jeff AdelsonNew Orleans, La. — The superintendent of Louisiana State Police promised to push... - Full Story

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High gas prices hit many departments hard

By Jeffrey Collins The Associated PressNEWBERRY, S.C. — With gasoline climbing toward $4 a gallon,... - Full Story

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Nurse brushes aside praise for helping officer

By Hayes Hickman The Knoxville News-SentinelKNOXVILLE, Tenn. - It wasn't the first gunshot wound Tim... - Full Story

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Indiana sheriff injured in crash

VERMILLION COUNTY, Ind. — Indiana State Police troopers are investigating a two-vehicle crash at... - Full Story

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Police cutbacks rock Michigan

Police cutbacks rock Michigan

DETROIT — Michigan's law enforcement agencies are fighting crime with about 1,800 fewer police officers than in 2001, and the consequences are showing up on city streets and country highways.

Violent crime is up in some areas, but arrests are down in part because police departments can't keep up with the increased workload. - Full Story

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Police cutbacks rock Michigan

By Tim Martin The Associated PressDETROIT — Michigan's law enforcement agencies are fighting crime... - Full Story



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