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ATF Special Response team member David Millen looking for weapons under a house in New Orleans Saturday. The team had reports of weapons at that house, but none were found. (AP Photo/Ann Heisenfelt)
New Orleans Chief Eddie Compass talks with an officer at the temporary emergency services headquarters in New Orleans on Saturday, Sept. 10. The police force has suffered from great losses from the flood, with about 300 officers unaccounted for. (AP Photo/Ann Heisenfelt)
Indian Beach Officer John Aiuto walks past a pontoon boat slammed aground by Hurricane Ophelia at Salter Path, N.C., Thursday. (AP Photo/Chuck Burton)
Police officers direct traffic which is at a stand still on 42nd St. in New York as the center lane is reserved for official vehicles going to and from the United Nations headquarters, Thursday. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)
Franco Valobra checks his wife's flooded piano in his home in the Lakefront area of New Orleans on Wednesday. Valobra, who owns a jewelry and antique shop in the French Quarter, is also a reserve officer with the New Orleans PD. (AP Photo/Anja Niedringhaus)

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