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Police in Gaston County, N.C., say they arrested a man accused of putting footage of himself impersonating a police officer on YouTube. Sgt.
Officials in Southampton, N.Y., want speed-limit signs carrying an image of an officer with a radar gun removed because the pictured item resembles a real gun. Southampton Town Supervisor Linda Kabot said she has asked Suffolk County Executive Steve Levy to order the signs, which were erected by the
Eleven people, including a Hamas police officer, were killed in a gunfight Tuesday in the city of Gaza, Hamas officials said. The incident began when two members of a Palestinian Doghmush clan, described by Hamas as a family involved in political and criminal activity, resisted arrest, CNN reported.
A western Pennsylvania woman claims that after being assaulted during a barroom brawl she was assaulted by a police officer. Patricia Turosik of Aliquippa, Pa., filed a federal lawsuit in Pittsburgh, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reported.
By Erin L. Nissley, The Times-Tribune, Scranton, Pa. Jul. 2--A former Old Forge police officer has filed a federal lawsuit against the borough claiming his constitutional rights were violated because he has not been rehired by the department. The federal lawsuit filed Monday by Michael B.
SUPERMODEL Naomi Campbell was yesterday ordered to carry out 200 hours of community service for kicking and spitting at police officers after going "berserk" on an aircraft.
Temperamental model Naomi Campbell was sentenced to 200 hours of community service Friday after pleading guilty to assaulting two police officers after an "air rage" incident at Heathrow Airport in London.She also was ordered to pay $400 to each of the police officers she attacked and $300 to Miles Sutherland, the captain of the British Airways plane she disrupted, in addition to a $4,600 fine.
Naomi Campbell reportedly is expected to be sentenced to community service after she pleaded guilty to assaulting a police officer at London's Heathrow Airport.
By W Zachary Malinowski Providence police assigned to high schools and middle schools walk the line between authority and friend. PROVIDENCE -- "Nice haircut!" barks the police officer.
By Anne Blythe, The News & Observer, Raleigh, N.C. Oct. 27--DURHAM -- A female police officer at N.C.