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AP

Drunken Arizona drivers with the late-night munchies may soon be getting more than chicken strips at drive-through windows.

A new Pima County Sheriff's Office campaign dubbed Operation Would U Like Fries will target drunken driving by putting undercover deputies inside 24-hour fast-food restaurants to spot impaired drivers placing their orders.

 

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Photography Is Not A Crime

The fact that they have not stripped Daniel Martin of his badge and gun is a crime in itself.

The dash cam video not only reveals that he falsified a police report - which has landed other cops in jail - but that he is about as insecure and unstable as a three-year-old child.

First of all, he had absolutely no reason to be speeding with his sirens wailing. All he was doing was picking up his wife at what appears to be a police station.

Then, after he picked up his wife, he pulls the ambulance over for failing to yield in what essentially was a non-emergency situation....

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AP

When undercover detectives busted Jose and Maximo Colon last year for selling cocaine at a seedy club in Queens, there was a glaring problem: The brothers hadn't done anything wrong.

But proclaiming innocence wasn't going to be good enough. The Dominican immigrants needed proof.

"I sat in the jail and thought ... how could I prove this? What could I do?" Jose, 24, recalled

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AP

The parents of a woman slain 23 years ago are demanding to know why it took so long for Los Angeles police to focus on one of their own as a suspect, despite several angry confrontations between their daughter and the accused veteran investigator.

Detective Stephanie Lazarus, 49, is accused of killing Sherri Rasmussen, her ex-boyfriend's wife, in 1986, when Lazarus had been on the police force for two years.

 

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Washingtn Post

Yet an exhaustive probe that relied on hundreds of interviews, including questioning of every guard and inmate close enough to see or hear White's cell, found no proof that McIntosh harmed the inmate. In fact, after a series of unusual attempts to re-create White's final moments, investigators wrote that it was "possible" that the inmate killed himself.

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NY Times

The report could also leave the impression that none of the officers at the scene called for an ambulance until they realized the man who had been shot — bleeding from his wounds and handcuffed as per department protocol — was a police officer.

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Chicago

Chicago Police Officer Anthony Abbate was found guilty Tuesday of one count of aggravated battery in the beating of a female bartender that was caught on tape. Abbate claimed he was the victim in the infamous February 2007 beating, saying bartender Karolina Obrycka pushed him first and he felt he was in danger. He acknowledged he was drunk at the time, and in the end, the judge didn't buy his story.

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Philadelphia Daily News

HER BACK PRESSED against the wall, Dagma Rodriguez stood in a dark bedroom as Officer Thomas Tolstoy moved closer. She trembled in fear. It was just after 5 p.m. on April 3, 2008, during a drug raid on the West Kensington rowhouse where she lived. Tolstoy had ordered her into the room, telling her that he needed to talk, she said.

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Photography Is Not A Crime

A Travis County Sheriff’s deputy used his Taser gun on a 72-year-old great grandmother after she refused to sign a speeding ticket. The deputy claims he was forced to defend himself because Kathryn Winkfein “got violent” in her refusal to sign the ticket. The deputy said she also used profanity, making him fear for his life.

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Rawstory

Indiana Democratic congressman Pete Visclosky has been subpoenaed by a federal grand jury over his ties to The PMA Group -- a lobbying concern whose staff members contributed $150,000 to his campaigns since 2001. The group's clients netted $23 million in earmarks for 2008 alone.

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AFP

A man who last year said he had been sodomized by New York police with a truncheon is seeking $220 million dollars in damages. Tattoo parlor employee Michael Mineo says police held him down on a subway station platform October 15 and raped him with the baton, tearing his rectum. His attorney, Kevin Mosley, told AFP he was filing a complaint against New York city, the police force and four officers “based on civil rights violations. Federal law prohibits the excesses.”

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Pro Liberate

Irma Marquez, who was not abused by Yonkers Police Officer Wayne Simoes, recuperates from the non-abuse she didn't experience at his hands. Marquez stood accused of "disorderly conduct" and obstruction of governmental administration.

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Dahlonega Nugget - Dahlonega,GA,USA

A Lumpkin County Grand Jury has ruled that Georgia State Patrol Trooper John Shannon Carroll will not face charges for his involvement in the ...

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AP

A plainclothes policeman who drew his gun while chasing someone he had found rummaging through his car was shot [in the back?] and killed [without warning?] by a fellow officer who was driving by and saw the pursuit, the police commissioner said.

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The Agitator

In January 2007, state police in Illinois seized a shiny new, souped-up Dodge Charger after arresting the car’s owner on drunk driving charges. The state apparently passed a law in 2006 that allows police to take and keep the cars of repeat drunk dri

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