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No indictment in fatal Ohio Wal-Mart shooting–
Caller reported suspect was waving a rifle in the store. Police said he didn't obey commands to put down what turned out to be an air rifle.
Texas woman plans lawsuit in mistaken traffic stop–
An officer apologized to the woman, told her the officers were called out on the wrong car and let the family leave.
Fla. cop faces charges after firing rifle at suspect–
Officer David Johnston faces charges of shooting into an occupied vehicle and discharging a firearm in public in the Feb. 24 shooting.
LAPD seeks to limit civilian drone flights over police stations–
Police have asked the city attorney's office and county prosecutors to explore whether they can legally prohibit civilians from flying drones with cameras over department-owned parking lots.
La. man shot after charging cops with knife found not guilty–
Police have released dash cam footage capturing the shooting of a suspect charging officers with a knife following the end of a criminal trial.
Lawsuit filed in deadly NM parking lot shooting–
Man was suspected in an armed robbery when he pulled his car into a bustling Walmart parking lot in March 2010.
Judge punches public defender at hearing–
Judge John C. Murphy and assistant public defender Andrew Weinstock got involved in an aggravated exchange of words Monday when the confrontation got physical.
Man sues police after hit in eye with ECD prong–
Man alleges near total loss of vision in his right eye after he was shot twice by deputy.
Judge: Police barred from wearing uniforms at cop killer's trial–
Judge Morgan Reinman enacted the policy after Brandon Bradley’s attorney argued that a “sea of blue” in the courtroom would influence the jury and prevent Bradley from a fair trial. He is accused of fatally shooting deputy Barbara Pill at a traffic stop in 2012.
Liability issues in use of force–
Law enforcement expert, Dave Smith discusses liability issues in the use of force with Chuck Joyner, President of Survival Sciences, LLC.
Man charged with fraud after staging banana peel fall–
A surveillance camera mounted inside the elevator proved the slip was a scam
War vet arrested for 'rudely displaying' gun–
The Temple Police Department released its dash cam video of the arrest of an Iraq and Afghanistan war veteran who was stopped while hiking with his teenage son and disarmed – a controversial arrest that led to two high profile trials.
Cop impersonator demanding doughnut discount arrested–
The man was no stranger to the Dunkin Donuts store and often demanded discounts, flashing his badge and holstered gun.
Husband uses ECD on wife, wife calls cops–
The husband was charged with felony possession of an electronic weapon.
Mother has meltdown after attacking police–
Shifra Uzilov, 22, is the Waterford woman who, police say, took officers on a dangerous high speed chase through Keego Harbor Wednesday morning with her two small children in her SUV.
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