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How the US police in Ferguson became a militarised unit equipped for war
Keene, Virginia
Weapons used in Iraq and Afghanistan are being made available to law enforcement with hardly any oversight.
August 22 2014
Bou Bou's tale: the no-knock warrant
Keene, Virginia
The weapon was made for the battlefield, so why did US police use it on a 1-year-old boy?
August 22 2014
State police catch fugitive in Schoharie County
Virginia
State Police catch a wanted man in Schoharie County.
August 22 2014
Why Ferguson Police Never Filed 'Incident Report'
Virginia
Prosecutor: Case was turned over to St. Louis County police almost immediately; no records will be released until grand jury completes investigation.
August 22 2014
Police investigate shooting near VSU campus
Virginia
Chesterfield County police are investigating a shooting and wounding near Virginia State University.
August 22 2014
Riots Erupt in St. Louis After Vigil for Man Killed by Police
Florida
FERGUSON, Mo. — A day of anger over a fatal police shooting of an unarmed black man in suburban St. Louis turned to mayhem as people looted businesses, vandalized vehicles and confronted police who sought to block off access to several areas of the city. #Ferguson morning after pic.twitter.com/dD3vjfWBXG — David Carson (@PDPJ) August 11, 2014 The tensions erupted after a candlelight vigil Sunday ...
August 22 2014
Obama Criticized for Not Doing Enough to Ease Racial Tensions in Ferguson
Pennsylvania
President Barack Obama urged Americans yesterday to "step back" from violent clashes between police and protesters in Ferguson, Missouri, to "think about how we're going to be moving forward." Obama's measured statement reflects a cautious approach to events that has provided fodder for critics and sometimes confounded even his closest allies. Obama should "federalize the Missouri National Guard ...
August 22 2014
Amish Girls Helping With Search for Kidnapping Suspect
Lawrence, New York
Police are still looking for who kidnapped Delila Miller, 7, and Fannie Miller, 12, from their family's roadside farm in upstate New York.
August 22 2014
Police: Gunman Kills Estranged Wife’s Boyfriend, Attempts Suicide In Laurel
Avenue, Maryland
Police say a man fatally shot a man who was dating his estranged wife before attempting to kill himself in Laurel.
August 22 2014
Gunman Kills Man, Shoots Self In Laurel
Avenue, Maryland
Anne Arundel County Police is investigating a homicide and attempted suicide.
August 22 2014
Tougher background checks urged for police academy
Pennsylvania
When Eric Williams applied to the Allegheny County police training academy earlier this summer, he passed the background check and was accepted for the program.
August 22 2014
Teen busted for string of break-ins in Montgomery neighborhoods
Missouri
Montgomery police say a 17-year-old suspect has been arrested and tied to a string of home burglaries. The public safety director says alert residents helped lead to his capture.
August 22 2014
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