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Members of a Pittsburgh SWAT team walk down Stanwix Street Wednesday in Pittsburgh. Police cordoned off several downtown streets and used SWAT teams to search buildings as they responded to a 911 caller who reported seeing a man with a rifle, but authorities later determined he had a pellet gun that he used to shoot pigeons. (AP Photo/Andrew Rush)
NYC Police sharpshooters armed with tranquilizer guns pursue a wily coyote that was captured in NY's Central Park Wednesday. The coyote, nicknamed Hal by park staffers, may have wandered into the city from Westchester County, perhaps swimming across a river. Full Story (AP Photo/Dima Gavrysh)
A protester is arrested by police near the Pentagon after crossing a 5-foot barricade during a march to protest the war in Iraq Monday in Washington. (AP Photo/Chris Greenberg)
Lawrence, Mass., Detective Robert LeFebre, of the Street Narcotic Enforcement Unit, right, searches an unidentified suspect, left, in Lawrence, Tuesday. The chief credits community policing and focusing on the three driving forces behind most killings in the city, drugs, gangs and domestic violence, for what is now a 19-month run without a murder. Full Story (AP Photo/Steven Senne, File)
Investigators carry the body of Philadelphia officer Tyrone Tallington from his home on the 6000 block of Loretto Ave. in northeast Philadelphia, Sunday. Tallington's 13-year-old daughter Brittany Talington is accused of setting a house fire, causing 32-year-old Officer Talington to die while searching for her in the smoke. Full Story (AP Photo/Joseph Kaczmarek)

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