Utah police engage in realistic training exercises


By Michael R. McFall
Deseret News

Bob Idle pointed his gun at the assailant and demanded he put the knife down.

"You're going to have to kill me first," the knife-wielding assailant shouted through a black face mask. Give the man a cape, and the full-body-armored assailant would have looked like a comic-book super villain.

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