Read any news story about a cop who used deadly force against a suspect and you'll find a long list of mostly negative statements in the following comments section. For example, the person who complained about the shooting and killing of escaped…
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Deputy Sheriff Patrick Rohrer, 35
Wyandotte County Kansas Sheriff's Office
June 15, 2018 - Deputy Sheriff Patrick Rohrer and Deputy Sheriff Theresa King were shot and killed while transporting a prisoner to the County Correction and Court…
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Police officers often hear people say the darndest things, and speeders are no exception to the rule. In fact, they're often the most creative when spouting off excuses for driving too fast. Here are just a few of the comments made to me during…
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