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Mike Williams' 04.10.06 local cop news

Canada: Chief vows no rogue cops.

North Carolina: How police prepare to serve high-risk warrants.

Florida: Embattled Orlando police Officer walked out of an Orange County courtroom Friday cleared of one battery charge, but still frustrated because a jury could not decide if he used his Taser criminally against another man.

Wisconsin: A Real-Life Robocop.

Officer was Shot During Standoff:

Standoff Survivor

The Fond du Lac County Sheriff's Department says its SWAT team probably would have handled the situation in Oshkosh differently. "If I would have a scenario that was like that in this county, and I knew somebody was shooting people indiscriminately in a house or school, that's exactly the time we're going to go in," Chief Deputy Mick Fink said.

Florida: A sheriff's deputy used a Taser to stop a 92-year-old man from allegedly beating his roommate with his aluminum cane at a Florida assisted living center.

Oklahoma: Enid Police Department’s SWAT Team and its members brought back a pair of honors after competing in the team’s first competition in Edmond Wednesday.

Florida: Suspect dies after shock from Taser after fighting with officers.

Chicago: One Dead In Suburban Police Shooting. No Officers Injured In Incident.

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