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The video system wirelessly uploads all recorded videos and integrates them into the software through Wi-Fi
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”
The suspect’s vehicle slammed into Officer James Muhlbauer’s patrol car, killing him and his K-9 partner Champ; the impact caused the cruiser to strike and kill Jesse Eckes, a pedestrian
Randy Roedema’s attorneys are expected to challenge the joining of Roedema’s trial with that of one of the other officers in the case along with alleged errors in jury instructions
Detective Anastasios Tsakos was killed in 2021 after Jessica Beauvais, who had a blood alcohol level over twice the legal limit, struck him on an expressway and fled the scene
Weymouth Police Sgt. Michael Chesna was killed when Emanuel Lopes threw a large rock at his head and shot him with his service weapon
Ex-Columbus officer Jason Meade was charged with murder and reckless homicide for fatally shooting Casey Goodson Jr.; Meade testified that Goodson pointed a gun at him before the shooting
The protests drew a 230-day response that involved 178 agencies, resulted in 761 arrests and required a four-day cleanup of the camp and 600 bins to remove 9.8 million pounds of trash
“In my personal opinion, the impact on the community and the officers, probation just wasn’t enough.” Maj. Brian Johns of the Dayton Police Department said
Salvador Alejandro Sanchez killed Kenneth French at a Costco after the non-verbal man hit Sanchez from behind
Jennifer Crumbley was grossly negligent for not informing the school about the family’s firearms, including a 9 mm handgun her son used at a shooting range days before the deadly attack, prosecutors say
The man pleaded guilty to possession of a machine gun last year and was sentenced to nearly seven years in federal prison; he is also accused of attempting to purchase hand grenades and “auto sear” devices
The files were made public based on a judge’s order from Nov. 2, the same day former officer Desmond Mills Jr. pleaded guilty to federal charges
Officer Matthew Brazeal was dragged more than 100 feet as a result of the 2020 collision; he underwent 60 surgeries and extensive rehab
Former officer Christopher Schurr had appealed to have murder charges against him dropped, saying that his shooting of the suspect was within department policy
The suspect, accused of killing Officer Breann Leath while she was responding to a domestic violence call, was found to be mentally ill
The county attorney who brought the charges argued that Trooper Ryan Londregan’s use of force was unjustified in the shooting of Ricky Cobb II
A jury last November found Ryan Phillip Schlesinger guilty of second-degree murder in the death of Deputy Marshal Chase White
Brandon Ramos fired shots at a suspect carrying a gun, but also struck six people in the crowd behind him
Sgt. Erik Duran pleaded not guilty at his arraignment
Defense attorneys had asked that officers who attend the trial of Officer Ella French’s suspected killer not wear their uniforms, citing concerns that a “sea of blue” might intimidate the jury
Salvador Sanchez was holding his young son at a Costco when he was knocked to the ground from behind; Sanchez opened fire seconds later, fatally wounding the man
After charges were dismissed last year, prosecutors assert that Baldwin caused cinematographer Halyna Hutchins’ death by negligence and disregard for safety
The man, who had eight prior felony convictions, was convicted in November of second-degree murder, first-degree assault, second-degree assault, harming a police dog and second-degree unlawful possession of a firearm
“The impact [Alexis Hein-Nutz] had on this community stretched past being a cop,” a fellow officer stated. “She was a public servant. The community was robbed”
“I hope to never hear again about an officer faking being shot. It’s outrageous, diverts public resources and dishonors officers who put their lives on the line to protect us” D.A. Jeff Rosen stated