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In the Rural Law Enforcement section you'll find news reports and expert articles about what it means to be a police officer in rural America. Early in America’s history, officers rode on horseback from town to town, either alone or with a small posse. Police work has changed drastically since then, but if you patrol in a rural area, you probably have some idea how those cops felt.
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March 06, 2013

Half-naked, drunk woman flees police in Power Wheels truck

The woman crashed into a mobile home, with a blood alcohol level of .217 - Full Story
February 25, 2013

Maine police: 'Whistler' man can whistle if moving

His habit got him arrested for whistling in one place, where he annoyed shop owners - Full Story
February 21, 2013

Police: Utah women poured hot sauce in boy's eyes

The women were arrested on multiple felony child abuse and endangerment charges - Full Story
February 20, 2013

Fighting cancer, Conn. officer returns to work

She is still undergoing chemotherapy and radiation but said she feels well enough that her doctor finally agreed to let her work again - Full Story
February 15, 2013

Video: Officer frees deer by shooting antlers

A sharp shooter used 3 shots to get the two deer untangled without harming them - Full Story
February 07, 2013

Tenn. man arrested after fleeing cops twice in 2 days

By Wes Wade The Maryville Daily Times One day after escaping police during a routine traffic stop, a... - Full Story
February 06, 2013

FBI: Ala. captor rigged bunker, waged 'firefight'

The latest revelations suggest authorities were dealing with an abductor fully prepared for more violence - Full Story
February 03, 2013

Wash. PD calling for reserve officers

A 16-hour-per-month minimum commitment is required upon completing the program - Full Story
February 01, 2013
Amish crime boss wants light sentence

Amish crime boss wants light sentence

The ringleader of 15 other convicted offenders, 67-year-old Samuel Mullet Sr. was found guilty of carrying out attacks which terrorized a normally-peaceful religious settlement in eastern Ohio - Full Story
February 01, 2013

'Routine' stop yields a pound of meth

The Hickory Daily Record LINCOLNTON, N.C. — more than a pound of methamphetamine was seized Wednesday... - Full Story

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