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Third Officer Who Responded to Jan. 6 Capitol Attack Dies By Suicide

A third Washington, D.C. area police officer who responded to the U.S. Capitol insurrection on Jan. 6 has died by suicide, the Metropolitan Police Department confirmed. CNN reports that Officer Gunther Hashida, who joined the Metropolitan Police Department in 2003, was found dead in his home on Thursday, July 29. "Officer Gunther Hashida, assigned to the Emergency Response Team within the Special Operations Division, was found deceased in his residence on Thursday, July 29," said MPD spokesperson Kristen Metzger.
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Portland police battle staffing crisis: Only four people have applied to fill 14 vacancies on newly-resurrected anti-gun violence squad because officers are fearful of angry woke mobs that forced its disbandment during BLM riots last summer

A gun violence unit in Portland, Oregon is having trouble recruiting new officers after it was dismantled during last year's calls to defund the police and brought back when gun violence shot up this year. Since May, only four people have applied to 14 spots on the new Portland Police...
Gary, INChicago Sun-Times

1-year-old boy, teen seriously wounded in Gary shooting

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Worldjurist.org

New Zealand government formally apologizes for historic racist policing

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Maryland Man Accused of Murdering Mother by ‘Multiple Sharp Force Injuries’

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Kosciusko, MSbreezynews.com

Two Crashes in the same Vicinity

7:43 a.m. – Kosciusko Police responded to a call about a two-vehicle accident on South Huntington Street near Highway 35. No injuries were reported. 3:08 p.m. – Kosciusko Police received a call reporting a two-vehicle crash on Highway 35 near South Huntington Street. No injuries were reported.
Southington, CTRecord-Journal

Police say man threatened passersby, hit car with ax in Southington

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Law Enforcementdraperutah.gov

National Night Out Against Crime

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Rapid City, SDnewscenter1.tv

Rapid City Police looking for a suspect in Sunday night shooting

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