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Police: Animal Abuser Thought Dog Was Spy for Cops

A Missouri man accused of using tape to bind a small dog and throw him into a ditch last week thought the animal was spying on him and giving the information to the police, authorities said.

A dog named Flick, along with suspect Paul Garcia - collage.

Massachusetts College Votes Against Police Request to Carry Guns

The Massachusetts College of Art and Design Board of Trustees voted against a request from its campus police officers to be armed in an 8-2 vote on Tuesday, deciding that the officers should remain unarmed to ensure a safe and inclusive environment. The school is the only four-year state college in the nation with an unarmed police force.

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IRS Has More than 3K Handguns, 3M Rounds of Ammunition

The Government Accountability Office (GAO) shows the Internal Revenue Service has more than 3,000 handguns and 3,000,000 rounds of handgun ammunition in its Criminal Investigation division alone.

The Associated Press