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Distancing didn’t dampen donations or detract from delight.
The lawsuit, announced in July, was dismissed, resolving the case.
The police station did not previously have an “office” for the narcotics dog.
The fundraiser will last for two months.
The annual August public affair exercise was canceled over coronavirus concerns.
He has been with JPD since 2009.
A trial is scheduled for January.
The boy suffered a small cut, the only injury of the crash.
The regular, formal ceremony was put paid to by pandemic.
The comments the officer made on bodycam footage are not evidence of premeditation, OSP says.
The badges are authorized for wear until the end of the year.
Attorneys say new evidence merits reexamination of previously cleared officer.
Answers to a 24-year-old tragedy have been found.
A crowd gathered to watch, and all on-duty officers were called in
The move comes after a push for transparency from the public.
JPD is concerned with coronavirus risk.
The charges include half a dozen felonies accrued over approximately 48 hours.
Police investigated the house after following a vehicle driving unsafely.
The officer was cleared by the state, but not everyone finds that decision valid.
The JPD meets many standards protesters want already, chief says