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Officer Needs Assistance: DEA Agent Leon Lacey

A former co-worker and friend has gotten terrible news and needs our assistance. Leon is not only a great law enforcement officer, he is a friend. He is a humble man of integrity and generosity & loyalty to others. He would go out of his way to help others and it is now time for us to assist him in his time of need. Please help. Please pray. Please do whatever is in your heart to do. Leon’s family, friends, and colleagues have come together as “TEAM LEON” a benefit event to help defray expenses and allow Leon to beat this disease.   Date:  May 23, 2013 Time: 6pm – 11pm Location: ...Read more [.....]

Norm, A Northlake Police Department Survivor and Leader

More coming soon……

Maryland Officer Injured During Rescue Attempt

LANDOVER, Md. (WJLA) - A 70-year-old man was killed Monday in a single-vehicle crash in Prince George's County, and a 21-year veteran of the Prince George's County Police Department was hurt trying to save him. The crash occurred at Martin Luther King Highway and Whitfield Chapel Road a little after 1 p.m. The vehicle involved in the crash caught fire, and its occupant, 70-year-old Rodwell McNeill Jr. of Glenarden, was trapped inside. Prince George's Police Corporal Ron Owens saw the smoke and responded. Running to help, he was the third officer to arrive on scene. “I saw three people. It was two officers, one was ...Read more [.....]

Another Controversy for Northlake’s Jeffrey Sherwin and Dennis Koletsos

This is an article in todays Chicago Tribune. it amazes me that Jeff Sherwin and Dennis Koletsos are still in their positions as mayor and police chief after the years of controversy and wasted taxpayer money. after reading this I ask why would an organization want to keep the investigation of this felony in house? why wouldn't they have immediately called an outside agency to avoid a conflict of interest as well as the look of impropriety? hmmmmmm..... makes you wonder!                Chief Dennis Koletsos                                    ...Read more [.....]

Citizen shoots trailer park gunman, saves Texas officer

EARLY, Texas — An officer under fire in a tense trailer park standoff was saved when an armed Good Samaritan grabbed his pistol to help take out the suspect. The incident began when Charles Ronald Conner shot and killed two neighbors and their dogs in an quickly-escalating argument over excrement found on his property, according to KENS As Sgt. Steven Means of the Early Police Department arrived at the bloody scene, Conner hid behind a tree and fired at the officer from an assault rifle. Trouble viewing the video? Download Flash player here Means took cover behind his police cruiser ...Read more [.....]