Category Archives: Weapons-Lockers


Minneapolis Police Chief Resigns in Wake of OIS

Minneapolis police Chief Janee Harteau resigned Friday at the request of the mayor, who said she lost confidence in the chief following last week’s fatal shooting of an Australian woman by a police officer, reports the Associated Press. In a statement released Friday, Harteau said: “I’ve decided I am willing to step aside to let

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Video: MI Officer’s Wife Makes Teddy Bears for Victimized Kids from Old Police Uniforms

VIDEO: MI Officer’s Wife Makes Teddy Bears for Victimized Kids from Old Police Uniforms Police officers are wary when it comes to throwing out their retired uniforms – fearing it could fall into the wrong hands. The Kalkaska (MI) City Police had about 150 uniforms in their basement — sitting there for decades. Lieutenant Artress

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LAPD Officer at Center of Cadet Scandal Charged with Sexual Crimes on Minor

The Los Angeles police officer at the center of a scandal in the department’s cadet program has been charged with sexually assaulting a 15-year-old girl who was a cadet, prosecutors announced Friday. Robert Cain, 31, was charged Thursday with two counts each of oral copulation of a person under the age of 16, lewd acts

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MS Undersheriff Calls Out “Cowardly Punks” After 30 Rounds Fired at Officer’s Home

Jackson, MS, police say 30 pistol and rifle rounds were fired into a local police officer’s home. (Photo: Screenshot from WAPT video) Rankin County, MS, Undersheriff Raymond Duke called whoever shot up a Pearl police officer’s home earlier this week “cowardly punks who committed a ‘hate crime’” against the officer in a Facebook post. Pearl police officer

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Savannah City Council Cancels Police Merger with County

In a special Savannah (GA) City Council meeting Friday morning, members voted 8-0 unanimously to end the controversial police department merger with Chatham County. A six-month notice of termination will be sent to Chatham County, effective February 1, 2018. “This is a meeting none of us wanted to have,” says Mayor Eddie DeLoach. “Since the county

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