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Cops Accuse Man of Being A Burglar, When There Was No Burglary In Neighborhood

How often do you find a lawyer coming to the aid of an accused black man, for free? But wait a minute, the cop who was wrongly accusing a black man of being a burglar was also black. 413 more words

Society And Culture

Dodge City PD tackles meth issue

DODGE CITY, Kansas– Dodge City Police made two meth-related arrests in early July, and each year they see about 100 felony drug cases, the majority of those involve methamphetamine. 239 more words


DCPD focuses on trouble area

DODGE CITY, Kan. — About a quarter of the accidents in Dodge City last month happened on one street: Fourteenth Avenue.

“It’s actually a pretty busy road,” said Dodge City resident Imelda Dominguez, who works off of Fourteenth Ave.  206 more words


DC Police: Body found tentatively identified as Khalil Tatum

WASHINGTON –D.C. Police Chief Cathy Lanier says the body of a man found Monday afternoon in Kenilworth Park has tentatively been identified as that of Kahlil Tatum, the man with whom police say 8-year-old Relisha Rudd was last seen on March 1. 19 more words


DC Police Officers To Get First Pay Raise in 6 Years

LANHAM, Md. (CBSDC) — After six years of stagnant pay, D.C. police will be getting a new contract and a raise.

Union officials, however, are upset with the terms of the deal and say Mayor Vincent Gray has poisoned the District’s relationship with its officers. 193 more words


Police Raid Gambler's Den on E Street

A huge gambling bust happened on January 31st, 1925. The location was a crowded restaurant on E St. where people would gather for illegal dice games and gambling. 406 more words


First Legal Drink at Midnight Upon Repeal of Prohibition

Do you like your beer, wine or liquor? The Sheppard Bone-Dry Act of 1917 would have put a major damper on your libations when it was signed by… 776 more words