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Understaffed Detroit Police Say Enter the City at Your Own Risk

A recent report by the Detroit Police Officers Association offers a strict warning to those who plan to visit the city, saying that due to “grossly understaffed” and overworked law enforcement, people now enter the Motor City at their own risk.

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RoboCop in Real Life? Crime Fighting Robots Coming to New Jersey

Your childhood fantasy (or fear?) of seeing an officer of the law who is part man/part machine may be coming true soon, thanks to Researchers at Florida International University's Discovery Lab and a Lieutenant in the U.S. Navy Reserves. These folks are working to build "telepresence robots," which would patrol the streets while being controlled by disabled police officers and military vets. Let's pause to allow the awesomeness sink in.

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Sedalia Police and Pettis County Sheriff’s Reports: Morning of September 11, 2012

A man from Concordia reported to Pettis County Deputies the theft of a red 2004 Chevrolet truck from a parking lot in the 19000 Block of Whitfield Road between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. September 10. There were leads or suspects at the time of the report, however the investigation continues.

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Sedalia Police Crime Reports July 10, 2012

39-year-old Sedalia man arrested Monday night during a traffic stop

At 7:22 Monday night Sedalia police stopped a vehicle at Howard and Randolph with an owner known to have active warrants. Upon contact wi

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Sedalia Police and Pettis County Sheriff’s Report: Morning of June 24

A woman in the 1500 Block of South Moniteau reported to Sedalia Police that a Glock pistol was stolen from her vehicle between June 9 and 22. The pistol is worth $500.

A woman reported to Sedalia Police that a former tenant in the 300 Block of West 10th had taken a $180 air conditioner from a locked shed sometime since April 1

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Sedalia Police Reports: Saturday Morning, June 2

There have been many cases of broken windows to homes, businesses, and vehicles in the last week and Sedalia Police continue to receive reports of them. A man in the 2300 Block of Kay Avenue reported that someone broke the rear window of his car between 7pm on May 31st and 6:25 yesterday morning

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Teenage Criminal Genius Arrested After Leaving Homework at Crime Scene

Dallas Naljahih maybe smiling in this Facebook photo of his, but he won’t be after news of his alleged burglary escapade does the rounds on the internet. The 18-year-old from Orem, UT, was arrested on suspicion of burglary after police say he left his homework at the crime scene.

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