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July 30, 2013

Wis. police fatally shooting fleeing suspect

Police were cleared of any wrongdoing for killing the suspect, as they feared for the safety of their officers and community.
July 30, 2013

Off-duty Minn. cops insult Wis. police in hostile exchange

2 Minn. officers have been suspended with pay while an investigation is conducted of the incident.
July 30, 2013

Video released of teen fighting police, firing officer’s gun

Police have released surveillance video showing an 18-year-old man wrestle a gun away from an officer and fire it – and have confirmed that they teen was high on mushrooms and had “superhuman strength.”
July 29, 2013

'Anti-texting' specialty vehicles designed to catch distracted drivers

The vehicles are part of Gov. Cuomo's plan to cut down on distracted driving.
July 29, 2013

Police fatally shoot knife-wielding teen on bus

Witnesses are questioning why 9 shots were fired at the teen, who approached police with a knife and ignored orders.
July 26, 2013

P1 Roll Call: Loss of rescue cop, Chief calms riots

For the week of July 26, we recap the tragic death of a Las Vegas cop who died while rescuing a stranded hiker, a New Mexico department that's under fire for not recognizing a suspect's heath problems, and a police chief who set the stage for peaceful protests in his town.
July 25, 2013

Drunk Va. woman drove on airport runway raises security concerns

Though police believe no harm was meant, authorities are concerned about peoples' abilities to breach airport perimeters.
July 25, 2013

Wis. police want bars to follow no-serve list

The program acts as a way to stop officers from being tied up on calls to address the behavior of an intoxicated person
July 24, 2013

Sgt. Sean Murphy: "I'm doing great."

Sergeant Sean Murphy of the Massachusetts State Police, who leaked photos of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, has been placed on desk duty "until a further investigation is completed," but it appears that he won't lose his job or suffer a significant career setback. In fact, Murphy said on CBS 'This Morning' that he’s "doing great."



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