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Police POISONS Teenagers With PEPPER SPRAY

  A sheriff's deputy in Orange County will be arraigned Monday for allegedly pepper-spraying a teenager's pizza during a traffic stop. The teen, authorities said, and a group of friends later became sick after eating the pepper-spray tainted pizza. Authorities charged Juan Tavera, 30, with one misdemeanor count of assault or battery by a public officer. If convicted, he faces a maximum sentence of one ...

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Man Arrested For Possessing A KNIFE

  A Trenton man was arrested Monday afternoon after police allegedly found a knife in his vehicle. Jeremy Madore, 32, was originally acting strangely inside the Empire Beauty salon on Broadway, prompting employees to call police, according to Sgt. Paul Edwards. Employees thought that Madore was under the influence of something, Edwards said. The sergeant said he has no idea why Madore was inside the es ...

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Police TASER Disabled Man For STANDING [VIDEO]

  Syracuse police tasered a disabled man three months ago on a Centro bus because he wouldn't sit down or step off. In a video of the May 3 incident, taken from a security camera above the driver's seat, Brad Hulett can be heard yelling "Ow! Owwww!" after two police officers lift his shirt and hit him with a Taser in the back. Brad Hulett was tasered by Syracuse police downtown May 3 after he refused t ...

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COP Charged With MURDER Commits SUICIDE

  A Baltimore city police officer awaiting trial for murder in the death of his fiancee died early Monday in an apparent suicide in jail, state prison officials said. James Walton Smith, 49, was being held in protective custody in the state's high-rise jail complex at Madison Street and Greenmount Avenue, officials said. The death brings more scrutiny to the embattled state corrections system, which pl ...

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COPS Scanning 1,000 License Plates In 10 MINUTES

  Richmond County Sheriff's officials say they're considering adding license plate readers to their patrol fleet. Deputy Terry Skinner tells the Augusta Chronicle the automated license plate readers have made an impact in the department during a testing phase. Skinner says the readers can scan 1,000 cars in 10 minutes and send an alert to the officer driving the car if the license plate is linked to cr ...

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YOU WON’T BELIEVE HOW MANY CRIMES HAVE BEEN COMMITTED BY THE FBI

  The FBI gave its informants permission to break the law at least 5,658 times in a single year, according to newly disclosed documents that show just how often the nation's top law enforcement agency enlists criminals to help it battle crime. The U.S. Justice Department ordered the FBI to begin tracking crimes by its informants more than a decade ago, after the agency admitted that its agents had allo ...

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14-Year-Old KILLED By ROOKIE COPS In The Bronx

  An armed 14-year-old boy was shot and killed by a police officer early Sunday morning in the South Bronx,¬†the New York Post reports.   Police shot and killed an armed teen in the South Bronx early today after the suspect chased and shot at another man, then refused to drop his gun, police said. Two rookie cops heard shots fired near East 151st Street and Courtlandt Avenue around 3 a.m. and ran i ...

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You’ll NEVER GUESS Why These Actors Were Almost SHOT!

  On Thursday August 1, 2013 at 7:19 am Glendora Police were subjected to a near terrible tragedy. Unbeknownst to the Glendora Police Department, Classic Coffee, 146 N. Glendora Avenue, allowed a freelance film crew to film a movie inside the coffee shop that simulated an armed, takeover robbery with two suspects who were wearing hooded sweatshirts, bandana masks, black gloves and armed with a realisti ...

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POLICE SAY Family’s Home SEARCHED NOT Because Of GOOGLE SEARCH

  A tipoff from a computer company that was suspicious of a former employee's web searches led to¬†a visit to his family's home¬†by officers from a joint terrorism task force, police have confirmed. The company, based in the Bay Shore area of Long Island, in¬†New Yorkstate, said the man had used a work computer to search for pressure cooker bombs and backpacks. On Thursday, the man's wife, Michele Catalan ...

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DEA Paying $4.1 MILLION to Student FORGOTTEN in Holding Cell for 5 DAYS

  A college student mistakenly left in a Drug Enforcement Administration interrogation room for five days will receive $4.1 million from the government in a settlement in advance of a lawsuit. The settlement was announced Tuesday in San Diego by the student, Daniel Chong, 25, and his lawyer, Eugene Iredale. "It was an accident, a really bad, horrible accident," said Chong, who added that he now suffers ...

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I SPY: UK Planning Broad Online Domestic Spying Regime

UK officials plan to monitor Britons' online activities by placing surveillance devices on the country's telecom networks, a Parliamentary report says. The program would keep tabs on which websites were visited as well as who contacted whom. ­On Tuesday the British Parliament's Intelligence and Security Committee published the report outlining a massive, national surveillance program based in the country's ...

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SHINE A LIGHT: Lasers Being Used Against Police Helicopters

Scotland Yard issued a series of extraordinary images of a new blue laser ‚Äúweapon‚ÄĚ that is being used against helicopters and other aircraft flying over London. While most laser beams are green, experts say blue lights can be more dangerous because it is difficult to accurately assess their power. Authorities say the lasers, which are about the size of a pen and only need two AA batteries, can cause extreme ...

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