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Mike Williams' Local Cop News: July 23, 2007


New York: Thousands gather for funeral of slain police officer

North Carolina: Man trains to be police officer in honor of slain uncle

Tennessee: Police shooting at drug bust leads to I-40 shutdown for probe. No one hurt after one shot fired into vehicle by Metro Nashville North Precinct detective

Ohio: Chief says suicide theory took time to prove, cites lack of `irrefutable proof' for delay in ruling on death of Vinson

California: 911 tape sheds light on Las Cruces shooting

California: Civil rights activists call for probe into fatal police shootin

California: An officer-involved shooting that killed a 14-year-old boy armed with a handgun in the South Robertson Boulevard area of Los Angeles this week, left residents shaken and renewed their concerns about violent crime in the Westside neighborhood

Oregon: Matthew Ryan Hastings ambushed four SWAT officers after they burst into a Cascade Park area house Wednesday, because they believed Hastings had just shot a hostage, according to a court document 

Vancouver Police Officer Recovering After Being Shot

Idaho: Shooting suspect killed by police

Georgia: More on SWAT team disbanding. SWAT Consensus reached. A city leader says that law enforcement heads have agreed on a way to resolve the ongoing SWAT debate

Texas: SWAT in the air: special enforcement units train at Forebay

Georgia: Knife suspect subdued with Taser. A Georgia police chief said one of his officers was moments from using deadly force against a knife-wielding man

Indiana: Muncie police training set today at school

Missouri: Schools set for police training. Armed intruder simulation held next week

Georgia: (Here’s one you won’t see coming out of California or D.C.) A Georgia family is upset with their local sheriff's office after a deputy shot and killed their pet pig

D.C.: After a profanity-laced altercation with a Capitol police officer -- during which he reached to touch the officer's nametag -- U.S. Rep. Christopher Shays Friday apologized for acting "in a way I know was not appropriate."

 

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