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A Boston PD badge from 1853 is on display at the Jurys Boston Hotel Friday in Boston. The badge, part of an installation of badges, was only in use from June of 1853 until October 1854. (AP Photo/Lisa Poole)
W. Va. Capt. Ted Smith displays a Marlin .22-caliber magnum rifle at the Kanawha County Courthouse in Charleston, W.Va., Thursday. The rifle is similar to the one police believe was used in three Kanawha County murders in August of 2003. (AP Photo/Bob Bird)
Jim McDonnell, first assistant chief of the LAPD, holds a picture of Reggie, the alligator that is loose in Machado Lake. Two men, one a former LA officer, were arrested for allegedly conspiring to release Reggie in the park lake, prompting the city to bring in reptile wranglers, keep crowds at bay. The men were taken into custody during a gator raid. (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian)
Police guard one of the entrances to Fenway Park in Boston Tuesday prior to the Rolling Stones' "A Bigger Bang" concert. Although more than 50 officers and Red Sox security personnel patrolled the ballpark during Sunday's concert, they didn't see a woman climbing, who later fell from the stadium's rafters. (AP Photo/Elise Amendola)
Police detectives work the crime scene, where two Wal-Mart employees were shot to death, while collecting shopping carts, in the parking lot of a Wal-Mart Supercenter Tuesday in Glendale, Ariz. (AP Photo/Roy Dabner)

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