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It would be convenient for police to say, “Fire is the fire department’s problem,” but that’s often not the case
It is important to build a partnership between law enforcement and the citizens that you protect to help ensure the safety of human life and the protection of assets
People who opposed construction torched equipment and police vehicles; the facility is still scheduled to be completed in 2024, officials say
“If this individual or individuals are not stopped soon, they are likely to cost someone their life,” Atlanta PD Chief Darin Schierbaum said
“There is an effort underway by a very small group of individuals — anarchists that want to impact the safety of Atlanta, Georgia,” Chief Schierbaum said, calling it a tactic of “violence, fear and intimidation”
“You’re police, no matter how long you’ve been gone and I’ve been gone for some time,” Kenneth Dodson said
The suspect was captured on surveillance footage crawling under the cruiser and lighting the fire
Chief Cortez Bowers said he worries that the suspected arson may have been in response to recent efforts to crack down on crime
The suspect fired shots at troopers who were executing a search warrant in connection with the torching and shooting of the agency’s cruisers
“Three of the four were basically destroyed by the fire. He shot at all of them and it’s a good chance all of them were hit,” Lt. Giannunzio said
The ex-Laurel police chief kept on his computer a coded list of people he felt had slighted him, researched their properties and set fires
Deputy Police Chief Archie Hamilton described the suspect as having anti-law enforcement views; stating the man intentionally started a fire
There was extensive damage to the front of the station and lobby area
The man had set the patrol SUV ablaze between his visits to a local bar, but ‘felt bad’ and returned to the scene of the crime to confess
A 21-year-old man was charged with second-degree arson and criminal mischief
A North Carolina man was charged with attempted first-degree murder and first-degree arson
Officials said the arsons spanned four counties and nine years, the most recent being in 2020
The now five trained K-9s cover the entire state of Florida, traveling to where they’re needed
The August incident began when crowds mistook a homicide suspect’s suicide for an officer-involved shooting
The FBI said Sunday that it’s investigating the fire that damaged dozens of ballots
The 22-year-old faces federal arson and attempted arson charges
“It was like Christmas Day. She was bringing Christmas gifts”
A masked suspect seen smashing windows in Minneapolis was allegedly trying to rile a peaceful crowd, police said
All vehicles were unoccupied; no officers or passersby were injured
A man who allegedly poured accelerant on an unmarked cop car suffered burns himself in the process
A note referencing the New Zealand terrorist attack was found at the scene of a possible arson fire
James Trevino joined the Toledo Police Academy to become a fire investigator in an effort to help his former colleagues