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Body cameras given to Phoenix Police Department South Mountain Precinct officers

azcentral.com Friday, 21 June 2019
Body cameras given to Phoenix Police Department South Mountain Precinct officersAxon body cameras were given to officers with Phoenix Police Department's South Mountain Precinct on Thursday, June 20, 2019.
 
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CNN reports a man tried to rush through a security checkpoint at the Phoenix airport. He wound up attacking security officers and injuring five TSA agents, authorities say. One transportation security officer was taken to a hospital and four to urgent care clinics. The incident occurred around 9:45...

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