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How THREE COPS went to grandmother's farm just to warn her NOT to make massive Double Gloucester for annual cheese rolling event

Police have told an elderly grandmother she must not make a massive Double Gloucester wheel for locals to chase down a hill at a popular event - because she could be liable for any injuries.
Farmer Diana Smart, 86, of Churcham, Gloucestershire, has been making a special hand-made wheel of cheese for the Cooper's Hill Cheese-Rolling and Wake, which sees daredevils chasing cheese down the 200-yard Cooper's Hill near Brockworth, for a quarter of a century


evidently she was still on the force after the stabbing..
Cleveland, OH police officer, who stabbed her boyfriend last year during an argument, has been fired http://t.co/jacvj1ssL2

Philadelphia, PA police officer arrested, accused of working w confidential informant to set up and rob a drug dealer http://t.co/gRIwa3Lus7

Update: East St. Louis, IL detective resigned: faces chrgs he plotted to distribute cocaine while on police force http://t.co/XJAMH0UxYb

Kokomo, IN 2 occupy protesters filed suit; say sheriff shoved one roughly into wall, arrested them both http://t.co/z8gnAduTQN

Stamford, CT 2 officers susp w pay; investigation into possible inappropriate relationship w 16-yr-old girl http://t.co/OqyRoMHybs

Elgin, IL deputy police chief indicted; illegally accessed emails, used police resources for personal research http://t.co/Wa3eK60XFI

Ogdensburg, NY police officer arrested; apparently had been drinking and tried to get into the wrong house http://t.co/nySPakiDrh

Update: Newport News, VA officer exposed himself, charges quadrupled to 12 counts after more people came fwd http://t.co/Ml9T7yFgQf

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— Michael Ellner

Undercover Narco Befriends, then Busts, Autistic Teenager

Temecula police arrested Snodgrass’ son, along with 21 other students, on Dec. 11. Snodgrass told ABC News that his son was interrogated, booked and held for two days without having contact with his parents

Snodgrass said his son had been diagnosed with autism, bipolar disorder, Tourette’s syndrome and various anxiety disorders.