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Newark Special Police officer Dwayne Anthony Reeves is shown in a photo released by Newark police Tuesday. Reeves was shot to death Monday while trying to break up a fight in front of Weequahic High School on Monday afternoon. Full Story (AP Photo/Newark Police)
Newark Special Police officers stand by as students leave summer school classes at Weequahic High School in Newark, N.J., Tuesday. Police arrested a second person Tuesday in the shooting death of Newark Special Police officer Dwayne Reeves, 35, who was trying to break up a fight outside Weequahic High School Monday afternoon. Full Story (AP Photo/Mike Derer)
Newark police officers and residents stand outside the entrance to Weequahic High School in Newark, N.J., Monday. Two Newark school police officers were shot, one fatally, in a shootout near the school that also left the suspected gunman wounded, police said. Full Story (AP Photo/George Olivar)
A NYC officer keeps an eye out on an Amtrak platform inside Penn Station during the morning rush hour, Monday in New York. Police officers boarded Washington, D.C. bound trains to teach passengers how to recognize suicide bombers and suspicious packages. (AP Photo/Adam Rountree)
Chicago Lt. Marty Ryczek shows off control panels to monitor video in the interview room at the police department's Area 1 headquarters in Chicago on Wednesday. A new law taking effect on July 18 requires Illinois police to videotape homicide interrogations. The law was approved two years ago to help clean up a justice system haunted by innocent men being sent to death row and nearly executed. Full Story (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson)

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