Baltimore County police chief: 'Officer Caprio was the type of officer that you'd want to hire'

  1. Baltimore County police chief: ‘Officer Caprio was the type of officer that you’d want to hire’  Baltimore Sun
  2. Teen charged with murder in Maryland officer’s death  NBCNews.com
  3. Teen charged as adult with first-degree murder in death of Maryland police officer, admits he ‘drove at’ her  New York Daily News
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Trump attacks ex-CIA chief over 'hit job' Russia probe

Trump attacks ex-CIA chief over 'hit job' Russia probePresident Donald Trump attacked the probe into possible collusion between his campaign and Russia as a “political hit job” on Monday, as a part of a mounting White House effort to paint the probe as politically motivated. In the latest salvo from Trump’s administration and his Republican party, the president assailed former CIA chief John Brennan, a strident critic, as having initiated the investigation. A day earlier Trump demanded the Justice Department investigate the FBI for allegedly planting an informant in his campaign, and his lawyer pressed Special Counsel Robert Mueller to speed up the probe to avoid it affecting November’s congressional elections.


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Officers 'did what they could' in Texas killings: chief

Officers 'did what they could' in Texas killings: chiefTwo officers “did what they could” when a teenager opened fire and killed 10 inside a Texas school, their chief said Saturday, tight-lipped about a probe into the latest US mass shooting. Friday’s massacre in the rural community of Santa Fe wounded 13 more, including a school police officer who is in critical condition. Dimitrios Pagourtzis, a 17-year-old student at the same Santa Fe High School, is being held on two charges: aggravated assault to a public servant and capital murder, which means he could face the death penalty.


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After Texas school shooting, Houston police chief says he's 'hit rock bottom' with inaction on gun control

The head of one of Texas’ largest police departments says he’s had enough with inaction on gun control. In the hours after a mass shooting at a Texas high school, Houston Police Chief Art Acevedo posted a lengthy explanation on Facebook about gun rights and the need for change.

     

 

 


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