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Jacob Blake Speaks Out For the First Time Since Kenosha Shooting

Jacob Blake, the 29-year-old Black man at the center of a police-involved shooting that has let to protests and rioting, has spoken out for the first time.
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New App Lets You Rate Your Experience With Police

A new smartphone app, developed by a former St. Louis County officer, allows you to rate your interaction with police. Learn about Officer Survey on RADIO.COM.
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Man Arrested After Repeatedly Going Through Taco Bell Drive-Thru Naked

A 61-year-old in Oklahoma City was really craving some late-night Taco Bell. Christopher Sale was recently arrested by Oklahoma City police after going through a Taco Bell drive-thru completely naked. Read more now.
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Police Shut Down 'Out of Control' Mansion Pool Party

Officials are investigating a large pool party at a New Jersey mansion that was shut down over social distancing violations over the weekend.
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McDonald’s CEO Says Employees Might Call Police on Customers Not Wearing Face Masks

McDonald’s is standing firmly behind their face mask policy. In an effort to keep his employees safe, the chain’s CEO said he hasn’t ruled out having staff call the police should a customers refuse to wear masks.
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Dramatic Video Shows Police Officers Save Baby Who Stopped Breathing

Dramatic body camera footage released by New Jersey Transit Police shows officers saving the life of a newborn baby girl who stopped breathing in a train station bathroom.
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Man Drives Stolen Firetruck to Nearby Bar With Sirens Flashing

Dawson Cody Porter, a man from Alaska, just couldn’t wait to get to the bar. The 22-year-old stole and drove a stolen firetruck to a nearby bar.
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Carjacker Sits On Driver's Lap, Leads Police On Chase

31-year-old Tomasz Dymek is a unique kind of carjacker. The carjacker sat on a driver’s lap while police were chasing him . Read the story on RADIO.COM.
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Support Grows to Repeal NY Law Shielding Police Disciplinary Records

Momentum is growing for the repeal of a 40-year-old law in New York, known as 50-a, which shields police disciplinary records from the public and the press.
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Crowd Steals $750,000 in Fur From Manhattan Store Amid Protests

The New York City Police Department reported that a group of people stole $750,000 worth of fur from a Manhattan business as protests were happening.
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