"I'm sure the thieves and drug dealers will have a ball," Martin County Sheriff John Kirk said.
Blaze William Ayers, 28, is facing additional criminal charges after trying to flee on Monday at roughly 10:15 p.m., cops said.
Deputy Aaron Hull, 46, was terminated for excessive use of force on an inmate at the Pinellas County Jail, cops said.
The sheriff contends his actions were legal under a Depression-era state law.
A Michigan deputy's body camera recorded "super drunk" Midland County Sheriff Scott A. Stephenson incoherently ranting and pleading not to be taken to jail after blowing a 0.233 breathalyzer test.
"Why are you doing that? What did she do?"
Emanuel Fluter, 33, has been charged with murder.
Officer Antwan Toney was shot and killed while responding to a call.
Bergen County Sheriff Michael Saudino resigned after a recording captured him saying Attorney General Gurbir Grewal got the position "because of the turban."
Kentucky's Graves County Sheriff Dewayne Redmon is facing trial after allegedly stealing opioids.
Butts County Sheriff Gary Long said Georgia state law requires him to notify the public of sex offenders in the area.
Sixty-nine percent of the more than 9,000 traffic stops made by the highway enforcement team between 2012 and the end of 2017 involved Latino drivers.
Billy Warren Pierce, Jr. offered the money to kill a young girl he is accused of sexually assaulting.
The former deputy reportedly intends to run for sheriff in 2020.
Protesters appeared outside a Tulsa courthouse after a former officer acquitted for killing an unarmed black man held a class on "surviving officer-involved shootings."
The bear has ripped up the inside of the car so thoroughly its doors weren't working.
Law enforcement officials launched a nationwide manhunt after Lois Reiss's husband and another woman were found dead.
Investigators didn't think the man was a part of the call deputies were originally responding to.
"Had she not resigned, she would have been terminated," the Polk County Sheriff's Office said in a statement.
An Alabama sheriff allegedly used taxpayer money allotted for feeding jail inmates to purchase a $740,000 home, according to a local report that revealed an abuse in funds.
The shot grazed his leg. He was transported to a local hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
"If you go to a shelter for #Irma and you have a warrant, we'll gladly escort you to the safe and secure shelter called the Polk County Jail," the Polk County Sheriff's Office tweeted.
Local police and sheriff's deputies who usually spend their days writing speeding tickets or chasing robbers have switched focus.