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  • Man faces death sentence in killing of 2 Ohio officers

    By Andrew Welsh-Huggins Associated Press

    COLUMBUS, Ohio — A man accused of fatally shooting two Ohio police officers responding to a 911 hang-up call has been indicted on charges that carry the possibility of a death sentence.

    Authorities say 31-year-old Quentin Smith fired on the officers from Westerville, in suburban Columbus, on Feb. 10. Smith was shot and wounded and hospitalized for several days.

    Franklin County Prosecutor Ron O'Brien announced the

  • New details revealed in Baltimore police investigation of LEO's death

    By Justin Fenton and Kevin Rector The Baltimore Sun

    BALTIMORE — When Baltimore Police Detective Sean Suiter was shot in West Baltimore last fall, responding officers found their dying colleague lying face down in a vacant lot. He’d been shot once in the head — and his freshly fired service weapon was beneath his body.

    Moments before his death, surveillance cameras showed, Suiter had paced back and forth on the street. Then he darted out of view and into

  • Ill. officer wounded, man dead in exchange of gunfire

    By Madeline Buckley Chicago Tribune

    AURORA, Ill. — A man was killed and an Aurora police officer was wounded in the leg in an exchange of gunfire after special operations investigators stopped a car that had just left a "known gang house" in the northwest suburb Thursday night, authorities said.

    Another officer was injured during the confrontation near Galena Boulevard and LaSalle Street around 9:45 p.m., but both officers are expected to be okay, according

  • P1 Photo of the Week: Mount Rush Hour

    Author: PoliceOne Members

    This week's photo comes from Sgt. Chris Green of the Harris County Precinct 1 Constable’s Office. This photo taken five years ago shows a patrol vehicle parked at Houston's American Statesmanship Park, which is also known as "Mount Rush Hour."

    Calling all police photographers! PoliceOne needs pictures of you in action or training. Submit a photo — it could be selected as our Photo of the Week! Be sure to include

  • Maine police on lookout for home-invading wild turkey

    Author: PoliceOne Members

    Associated Press

    KENNEBUNK, Maine — Police in Maine say they're on the lookout for a wild turkey that broke into a home through a bedroom window.

    The Bangor Daily News reports Kennebunk officers responded to a local home Wednesday, saying a turkey had "forcibly entered the house" through the window. Police posted photos of the wild bird to Facebook, showing the window destroyed while the turkey stands on a bed staring at itself


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