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Officer Wayne Smith of the Paterson, N.J., PD poses with a billboard with a photo of Rashawn Capers and the words "Wanted For Murder" in Passaic, N.J., Friday. The billboard is in response to Capers' alleged role in the stabbing death of 20-year-old Dayshawn Smith of Paterson in March. Officer Smith, the father of Dayshawn Smith, was among the first to respond to that emergency call only to find his son dying of stab wounds. (AP Photo/Mike Derer)
Policemen observe two minutes of silence, in honour of the victims of the July 7 London terrorist attack, outside a house being searched in connection with the terrorist attack, in Aylesbury, England, Thursday. The police raided the house Wednesday night. (AP Photo/ Max Nash)
A police officer patrols the scene of a collapsed building with a police dog in Manhattan's Upper West Side, Thursday. Officials believe at least five people were injured including a child. (AP Photo/Jennifer Szymaszek)
A police officer guards an area set aside for floral tributes beside King's Cross station in central London, for the victims of the July 7 bombings, Wednesday. The flag in the foreground is a leftover from last weekend's victory day celebrations. British police, searching on Wednesday for clues to the planning and coordination of the London terror attacks, combed through evidence where the blasts ripped apart three trains and a bus and in the neighborhood where three of the four suspected suicide bombers originated. (AP Photo/Lefteris Pitarakis)
Lorena Lopez weeps outside her home Tuesday in Los Angeles. Lopez is the mother of a 19-month-old toddler, Susie Lopez, who was killed last Sunday during a police standoff with her father, Jose Raul Pena, in a car dealership in L.A. Police expect autopsy results to determine whether a bullet that killed the girl was fired by police or her father, who authorities say used the toddler as a shield in a gunbattle that lasted nearly three hours. Full Story (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)

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