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Michael Baird, former Pa. officer, right, accused of operating a meth lab from his Shadyside neighborhood apartment walks to Federal Court in downtown Pittsburgh with his attorney Robert Leight Monday. Baird is expected to enter a guilty plea. (AP Photo/Christopher Rolinson)
Police exit the Marion County Courthouse after a pickup truck that crashed through the front doors of the building Saturday in Salem, Ore. Police shot a man after he crashed the truck into the courthouse, ending a pursuit. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)
LA Chief William Bratton discusses raids carried out by federal agents and police Thursday against members of Black P-Stones street gang accused of conspiracy and drug trafficking, at a news conference at F.B.I. headquarters in Los Angeles Thursday. (AP Photo/Reed Saxon)
Arvada police officers stand watch at a road block leading to City Hall and the PD after a suspicious vehicle forced their evacuation in Arvada, Colo., Thursday. Officials later said the vehicle was not a threat. (AP Photo/Ed Andrieski)
Evansville Officer Darren Richardson stands near a home with a spray-painted note in the Eastbrook Mobile Home Park on Wednesday in Evansville, Ind., while residents returned to their homes for the first time since the Sunday tornado. (AP Photo/Bob Gwaltney, Pool)

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