Deputy fired for how he handled seized drugs
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Other detectives present at the time of his arrest — including Ocala Police Department detectives — knew the marijuana was recovered but none of them knew what happened to it. … “It's law enforcement 101 that every law enforcement official knows …

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Committee working to repeal anti-discrimination ordinance
www.idahostatejournal.com

THREATENS citizens with police investigation, jail time, not exceeding 6 months, and fines, not exceeding $1,000.00 (each occurrence) and a permanent criminal record, for following their personal convictions. ALLOWS … With no documentation of …

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Bond set at $75K in Helena attempted kidnapping
missoulian.com

Thaddeus Jake Deshner is charged with attempted kidnapping, assault, criminal endangerment and driving under the influence of methamphetamine along with a probation violation. He made an initial appearance in Justice Court Monday and did not enter a …

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Search committee holds secret deliberations, opts for Oakland pathologist for …
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After the search committee's legal counsel said the deliberations should be held in the open, Siegmeister said he will schedule another meeting to reconstruct the deliberations. … Holding a meeting closed to the public could violate state law …

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Animal Neglect Complaints Lead to Home Search in Battle Creek
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A search warrant was obtained for the home on Woodside Drive in Bedford Township after the complaints were filed with the Battle Creek Police Department Animal Control. Investigating officers say the property owner was cooperative with the search …

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The US supreme court needs to keep up with our cellphones – and the NSA
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Tuesday's US supreme court arguments involved a seemingly basic legal question about the future of the Fourth Amendment: do police officers need a warrant to search the cellphone of a person they arrest? … Justice Scalia, writing for four …

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'People Carry Their Entire Lives on Cell Phones'—Supreme Court Hears …
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The Supreme Court heard argument in two cases related to whether law enforcement must obtain a warrant to search a cell phone. … The police could, if the government's argument was the rule, take that person's phone and “look at every single email …

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Police Log: April 26, 2014
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Douglas C. Bishop, 29, of Columbus, Ohio, was arrested on Interstate 80 at the Pequop maintenance station for speeding, failure to maintain travel lane and violation of a stalking or harassment temporary protective order. … 46, of Pendleton, Calif …

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Charges Against Suspected Robber Dropped, Strickland Says He's The 'Wrong …
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Judge Joan Alexander on Friday found that Jerell Strickland did not violate his probation when he was charged with a November holdup, and prosecutor Anthony Bochicchio dropped the charge of first-degree robbery. The decision not to pursue the case …

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