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Magician's rare cockatoo rescued by cop
By PoliceOne Staff FAIRFAX COUNTY, Va. — A rare bird was returned to his owner after going on an adventure with a Fairfax County officer. Sol, a 17-year-old sulfur-crested cockatoo, was left by mistake ...
'Quit yelling like a little kid': New video shows tense 'Pacman' Jones arrest
By PoliceOne Staff CINCINNATI — Newly-released video from the January arrest of Adam “Pacman” Jones shows the Bengals football player yelling and arguing with police. The video, obtained ...
Young daughter of slain cop secretly buys officer’s meal
By PoliceOne Staff JAMESBURG, N.J. — The daughter of a fallen cop anonymously paid for an officer’s meal after a brief conversation with him at a restaurant. Mikayla Raji, 8, and her mom Mimi ...
Police capture cat, rattlesnake showdown in viral photo
By PoliceOne Staff LAGUNA VISTA, Texas — Police captured an unlikely showdown between a massive rattlesnake and a cat in a photo that’s gone viral on social media. Laguna Vista police were called ...
SCOTUS judge: 'Disturbing trend' of siding with police in UOF cases
By PoliceOne Staff WASHINGTON — In an opinion published Monday, Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor said there’s a “disturbing trend” in the courts of siding with police officers ...
Toy given to cop as safety talisman travels around the country
Associated Press CINCINNATI — Police in Ohio have received a stuffed toy given by a child to a Pennsylvania police officer to help keep him safe. The Cincinnati Enquirer reports a stuffed moose called ...
Sheriffs: Raise pot tax, use money for addiction treatment
By Bob Salsberg Associated Press BOSTON — Sheriffs urged state lawmakers Monday to boost the tax consumers will pay on recreational marijuana and earmark the additional revenue for substance abuse ...
Ind. court rules officer wounded in shootout can't sue gun seller
Associated Press INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana Supreme Court has ruled that a wounded police officer can't sue a sporting goods store that sold a handgun that was later used to wound him. The Indianapolis ...
 



 





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