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The video system wirelessly uploads all recorded videos and integrates them into the software through Wi-Fi
The man doused himself with fluid and lit himself on fire across the street from the courthouse where former President Donald Trump’s trial continues
Tate Rheaume was “engaged in extraordinarily dangerous driving” at more than 80 mph while also moving in and out of traffic before the fatal crash, according to the Rutland County State’s Attorney
The state sentences were shorter than the mens’ federal sentences of 10 to 40 years, but exceeded the state’s recommended maximum; they will be served concurrently with the federal sentences
After hearing statements from the relatives of the students killed in the attack, the judge sentenced in excess of the recommended sentencing guidelines
Attorneys initially sought the death penalty for Elliahs Dorsey, who shot and killed Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department Officer Breann Leath
The Oct. 29 incident occurred after the man randomly assaulted a church-goer; he fled from San Francisco police until a wheel “literally fell off” of the car he was driving
Christopher Burbank worked as a Thurston County Sheriff’s Office deputy for two days before he resigned due to the “negative community response and death threats”
The man can be seen on his own recorded video hitting one Orlando Police Department officer in the head with a brick and gouging another officer’s eye
The man who shot Officer Jonathan Diller is charged with murder and weapons charges and faces up to life in prison without parole; the other man involved in the incident has been charged with a weapons-related felony
Travon Shaw, 35, pleaded guilty to first-degree murder and was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole, plus 20 years
Errick Allen was cleared of murder and manslaughter charges in the killing, which his attorneys argued was a “classic case of self defense”
Patrick James Berhan allegedly enlisted his girlfriend to take online college classes in his name in order to receive a pay bump and advertised her cheating service to other officers
District Judge Tom Lee called the ex-officers’ actions “egregious and despicable” and gave near-maximum sentences to five of the six men who attacked Michael Corey Jenkins and Eddie Terrell Parker in January 2023
The man operated a ballistic equipment business from 2016 to 2022 called BulletProof-IT, selling helmets, body armor and shields to agencies that included law enforcement agencies, fire departments and the military
Former Rankin County Sheriff’s Office deputy Hunter Elward was sentenced to 241 months in prison for participating in the racially motivated assault of two men and a separate assault of another man
A Lexington police detective testified that the men involved in the shooting had exchanged multiple Snapchat messages about the undercover car Detective Nicholas Music was using to conduct surveillance
Trooper Brian North testified that he shot Mubarak Soulemane, who was holding a knife and refusing to exit a vehicle, because he feared other officers’ lives were in danger
Prosecutors argued that James Crumbley committed gross negligence by failing to store guns safely; a sentencing hearing is scheduled for April 9, the same day as Jennifer Crumbley’s sentencing for the same charge
The men hid in the basement as Officer Jorge DelRio conducted a drug raid on a home; one man shot DelRio five times as he came down the stairs
New York State Trooper Anthony Nigro IV was charged with first- and second-degree manslaughter over the Feb. 2022 shooting death of a suspected speeding driver
The panel of judges unanimously reversed former DeKalb County Police Officer Robert Olsen’s conviction after finding that the department’s use-of-force policy conflicted with state law
The jury hearing the case of Zach Camden and J.J. Johnson considered charges of manslaughter, criminal negligence and assault
Holley was shot and killed while sitting in a marked patrol car during an overnight shift; the motive behind the shooting remains unknown, as the defendant did not testify during the trial
Officers Ella French and Carlos Yanez Jr. were shot, and French was killed while performing an August 2021 traffic stop
Moody police Lt. Stephen Williams was shot in an ambush attack by two suspects, one of whom was convicted of capital murder and sentenced to death in 2023
Bridgewater College Officer John Painter and Campus Safety Officer J.J. Jefferson were friends who were known on campus as the “dynamic duo”