An incident that started as a tequila-fueled home burglary turned into a dramatic – and deadly – situation that involved a stolen police cruiser, an officer hit by a car and a fatal shooting.
A police officer in Augusta, Wisconsin survived a harrowing car accident that could have been far worse, had he returned to his patrol car only a few seconds later.
A man in rural Oklahoma was arrested Saturday night for ramming a county police car three times. Not with his car, but with his mule-pulled covered wagon.
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When Ford introduced its Police Interceptor based on the Taurus, it said it had another vehicle in the works that "would share most parts with the Taurus and be available in a utility version." Speculation was that it would be a Flex based on the component spec, but according to The Detroit News, it turns
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In a surprise move, Ford has announced that it will pursue the development of an all-new Police Interceptor model. The move comes on the heels of General Motors' announcement that it plans to challenge the Crown Victoria's law enforcement dominance with its own heavy-duty Chevrolet Caprice sedan.
Ever since General Motors announced this spring that it was killing the Pontiac brand as part of its restructuring, fans of the Holden-developed G8 sedan have been clamoring to save it as a Chevrolet. After company officials repeatedly said over the past two months that no such thing would happen, Bob Lutz re-lit the fire last week in one of his first pronouncements after un-retiring. Lutz proclaimed that the G8 would indeed become a new Chevrolet Caprice.