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Handgun/ammo defeats body armor
The "Cop Killer" handgun was recovered in Colerain Township (Cincinnati, OH). Please be careful. Some time ago information was disseminated regarding a pistol that can defeat body armor. The pistol is the FHN Five-Seven. The media has nicknamed this pistol the "cop killer" pistol because of its danger to police.
Last Friday, one of these pistols was confiscated by P/O Rick Haun from a suspect during a traffic stop on a signal 30 in Colerain Township. The gun was found after the suspect resisted the pat down. Attached is a picture of the confiscated weapon and the rounds that were loaded into it. As you can see, they appear to be small rifle rounds. The pistol was test fired at our range and the rounds penetrated both the front and back of the pictured vest.
Gun concealed in mitten.
The Beech Grove Police Department, located south of Indianapolis, was called to a residence to investigate a suspicious vehicle in the neighborhood. The individual driving the vehicle checked out ok and was not under arrest, but was irate and verbally abusive to the officers. When the individual opened the truck door, it struck an officer. The gun pictured below was found concealed in the mitten, lying on the dashboard of the truck. It is believed to be a mitten/ice scraper combo, but with the scraper removed. Source: Indiana State Police Intelligence Brief
Not A Toy Gun
These firearms are painted to look like a toy, however they are actual firearms. As always officers should be on alert and must use caution when confronted by anyone in possession of a weapon.
The Ugliest Drug Marketing Scheme Ever - Children's Meth
A very scary thing is going on in the schools right now. There is a type of crystal meth going around that looks like strawberry pop rocks. It smells like strawberry also and it is being handed out to kids in school yards in AR.
I'm sure it will make its way around the country. Kids are ingesting this thinking it is candy and being rushed off to the ER in dire condition. It also comes in chocolate, peanut butter, cola, cherry, grape and orange. It looks just like pop rocks. Please instruct children to not accept candy that looks like this even from a friend and to take any that they may have to a teacher, principal, etc.
Pass this around it could save some family a lot of heartache! They call it strawberry meth or strawberry quick.
- Special Agent Todd V. Coleman