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Police-Involved Shooting

Barry Deloatch, New Brunswick man fatally shot by police on Sept. 22, 2011 (Photo courtesy of Deloatch family)

Family Shocked After New Brunswick Man Killed In Police-Involved Shooting

Barry Deloatch, 47, was fatally shot after police chased him into an alley just before 1 a.m. on Throop Avenue, relatives said.


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Authorities In Newark Investigate Police-Involved Shooting Of Car Theft Suspect

The shooting, which left the suspect critically wounded, occurred at 6:15 p.m. Monday after police used a security tracking device to locate a Volkswagen SUV a woman had reported stolen.


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Suspect Shot By Off-Duty Officer In Stable Condition

The man was in stable condition. The officers were not seriously injured and five people are in custody.


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Police-Involved Shooting Leaves Suspect Dead In Brooklyn

Authorities said an undercover New York City police officer shot and killed a man after he pulled a gun on him during a buy and bust operation with two gun traffickers on Wednesday night.


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Off-Duty TBTA Officer Shot During Botched Robbery In Bed-Stuy

An off-duty Triboro Bridge and Tunnel Authority officer was shot Saturday night during a botched robbery at a Brooklyn store.


Paramus Police Officer Rachel Morgan spoke out for the first time about her fight to stay alive after a gunfight left her wounded and the gunman dead.

Paramus Cop Tells Story Of Survival After On-Duty Shootout

A Paramus police officer who nearly died after being shot in the line of duty shared her incredible story of survival for the first time on Thursday.


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Nassau County Cop Fatally Shot In Massapequa Park

A Nassau County police officer was shot and killed in Massapequa Park Saturday night in what may have been a tragic case of friendly fire.


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Police: NYC Man Wounded After Shooting At Cops

Authorities say a New York City man was wounded by police after fleeing plainclothes officers and opening fire on them.


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3 Hurt In Police Involved Shooting On Staten Island

The shooting happened just before 1:30 p.m. in front of the Manor Heights Shopping Plaza. One officer was taken to hospital with leg injuries and two men were apprehended by authorities.


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AC Police: Officer Shoots At, Misses Suspect

Authorities say an Atlantic City police officer fired a shot while she and another officer struggled with a suspect Saturday morning. No one was struck by the bullet.


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NYPD: Knife-Wielding Man Shot, Killed By Police

City police say officers shot and killed a man who was armed with a knife. The NYPD says uniformed officers responding to an emergency call were confronted by the man in Queens last night.


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Off-Duty Newark Officer Shoots Robbery Suspect

An off-duty Newark police officer has shot a man who allegedly tried to rob him at gunpoint.


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NYPD: Officer Wounds Man During Struggle

Police say the man used a cobblestone to smash the windshield and a window of the unoccupied police car.


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DA: Police Cars’ Video Idle When NY Student Killed

Video cameras in squad cars were “not operational” when police officers shot and killed a college football player during a disturbance outside a bar, prosecutors said in a document released Tuesday.


Pipe major Scott Mettey of Garrison, N.Y. leads the Pace University football team onto the field in memory of player Danroy “DJ” Henry in Pleasantville, N.Y. on Saturday, Oct. 30, 2010 as Pace met the University of New Haven in a college football game. Henry, a Pace University student, was shot by police outside a Thornwood, N.Y., bar on Oct. 17, 2010. (AP Photo/Craig Ruttle)

Pace Football Team Honors Slain Teammate At Game

The Pace University football team paid tribute to Danroy Henry by being lead out to the field by a bag piper. The team also wore black wristbands with Henry’s number on them.