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Sgt. Jeffrey Film of the Stow PD points to a graph while testifying in James Trimble's trial in Ravenna, Ohio, Tuesday. Trimble is accused of killing 3 people. (AP Photo/Karen Schiely, Pool)
Charles Perta, left, is caught by Greenwich, Conn. police while driving and holding his mobile telephone and is issued a summons, Tuesday. Perta was in a rush Tuesday when he jumped in his Audi convertible and called work on his cell phone to say he'd be a bit late. (AP Photo/Douglas Healey)
Prosecutor David Rubin puts his hand on a plastic case containing a stolen Ruger 9mm semiautomatic pistol, that Rubin says was used by Adrian Camacho to shoot Oceanside Officer Tony Zeppetella in Camacho's murder trial at the Vista Superior Court, in San Diego, Monday. (AP Photo/Charlie Neuman, Pool)
Retired Washington Metropolitan officer Chris Jackson plays a bagpipe, Monday at the NLEOM in Washington. (AP Photo/Haraz N. Ghanbari)
U.S. Park Police SWAT officer Ernest Eclipse stands at attention as he guards a wreath, Monday at the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in Washington. (AP Photo/Haraz N. Ghanbari)

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