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Rio police held over drugs lin
Seventy-five police officers in the Brazilian city of Rio de Janeiro have been arrested as part of a probe into drug trafficking and organised crime.
More than 500 police were deployed to arrest the officers, members of Rio's heavily-armed paramilitary police.

Brazilian police are regularly accused of corruption and brutality, with two recent reports suggesting widespread involvement with drugs and firearms.

There was no indication of what charges the officers might face.

The head of Rio's elite paramilitary police said the operation was the biggest of... Read more

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Dubuque County Sheriff’s Deputy Charged with Burglary and Stalking

Dubuque, IOWA – Officers with the Dubuque Police Department received a report
from a local citizen regarding allegations against Dubuque County Sheriff’s Deputy
James Doyle, 47 years.
Based on the information developed in the initial investigation, the desire to maintain
the integrity of the investigation, and to avoid a potential conflict of interest, the
Dubuque Police Department requested the Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation
(DCI) investigate the criminal charges. An internal investigation was also
conducted by the Dubuque County Sheriff’s Office in conjunction with the criminal
investigation.
On March 2, 2012, the information and evidence developed during the investigation
led to the arrest of James Doyle on the charges of Burglary 3rd (Class D Felony)
and Stalking (Aggravated Misdemeanor). Bond was set at $3,700 cash or surety.
Additionally, Doyle has been ordered to relinquish all firearms and ammunition, and
a No Contact Order has been set to protect the victim and his immediate family.q
The Dubuque County Sheriff’s Office has relieved Doyle of his duties pending the
outcome of the criminal prosecution.
A criminal charge is merely an accusation and the defendant is presumed innocent
until and unless proven guilty.
 
 


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