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Officer involved shooting under investigation

HARTFORD, Conn. (WTNH) — A shooting investigation involving a Hartford police officer is underway this morning.

Crime scene tape and a heavy police presence were easily visible in Hartford’s south end Thursday. 270 more words


HPD: Men Charged in Robbery That Led to Officer-Involved Shooting

(HOUSTON) – Two men have been charged in connection with a dollar store robbery that led to an officer-involved shooting.

According to Houston Police, Anthony Sheppard… 281 more words


Fort Worth Police Shoot Suspected Craigslist Robber

FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) – Police have shot a man suspected of being a serial Craiglist robber in Southwest Fort Worth.

Police say they had set up the sting in the 6300 block of McCart Avenue, to try and catch two men accused in a series of robberies where they targeted people on Craigslist. 162 more words


Cleared of wrongdoing, Racine officers back on the job after fatal shooting

RACINE (WITI) — New details were released Tuesday, July 29th in the officer-involved shooting that killed Rajko Utvic. Utvic was shot and killed by a Racine officer on Sunday, July 6th in the 3000 block of Durand Avenue. 520 more words


Man Shot By Antioch Police Officer Struggling To Detain Him

ANTIOCH (CBS SF) —  A police officer shot and injured a man who resisted being detained in Antioch Monday morning, according to police.

The shooting was reported at 8:51 a.m. 163 more words


Man killed after firing shot in direction of police, officers return fire

MILLCREEK, Utah – Police officials said a man who pointed a weapon in the direction of police officers Friday night and fired at least one round was killed as police returned fire. 356 more words


Van Nuys Police Fatally Shoot Man Suspected Of Throwing Rocks At Cars

VAN NUYS (CBSLA.com) —  Police Friday were investigating a deadly officer-involved shooting in the San Fernando Valley.

The shooting happened around 3:30 a.m. in the 6700 block of Hayvenhurst Avenue in Van Nuys, the Los Angeles Police Department said. 100 more words