Monthly Archives: October 2009

Trooper James Mason under treatment in Youngstown, Ohio, hospital in fair condition

 Trooper Flips Car, Injured In Mercer Co. Chase

ThePittsburghChannel.com – ‎Oct 30, 2009‎

A Pennsylvania State Police trooper was hospitalized and an Erie County man taken into custody following a chase on Interstate 79 in Mercer County Friday

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“A Pennsylvania state trooper assigned to the Swiftwater station was charged Monday with assaulting a motorist during a 2008 traffic stop in Monroe County”

State police trooper charged with assault after Paradise Township traffic stop last year

October 19, 2009 / www.poconorecord.com

A Pennsylvania State Police trooper is suspended without pay after he was charged on Monday with assaulting a driver he pulled over during a Paradise Township traffic stop in July 2008, according to the state police internal affairs division. Continue reading

“Chicago police conduct at G-20 summit in Pittsburgh under investigation”

Chicago police conduct at G-20 summit in Pittsburgh under investigation

Video shows officers forcing suspect to pose with them

By Annie Sweeney Tribune Reporter / Chicago Tribune

October 16, 2009

Chicago police are investigating a video of officers who allegedly forced a college student to pose with them after his arrest during last month’s G-20 summit in Pittsburgh. Continue reading

Emily Joy Gross, 24, of Westfield, N.J., is accused of purchasing the firearm

Girlfriend of man who fatally shot state trooper charged with supplying gun

October 15, 2009 / http://www.poconorecord.com

The girlfriend of the man who shot and killed a Pennsylvania state police trooper in June has been charged with supplying him the gun. Continue reading

Hazleton ordinance would have constables assisting Hazleton police

Constables could assist city police

By MIA LIGHT (Staff Writer) / www.standardspeaker.com

Published: October 1, 2009

City officials may have found a way to add 15 or more uniformed law enforcement officials to the streets of Hazleton at little or no additional cost to the city or its taxpayers. Continue reading