Contraband: Nail-like weapon; Responding to excited delirium; Man steals lobsters for drug habit;
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 Contraband: Nail-like weapon
 Responding to excited delirium
 Man steals lobsters for drug habit
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Nail-like weapon
Approximately 8 3/4 inches long, this weapon was found during a cell search.Rigid and unbending
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Responding to excited delirium
Whether caused by drugs, disease or a mental health issue, excited delirium requires officers to quickly stabilize the excited subject. Watch the video
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Man steals lobsters for drug habit
A Pennsylvania man could spend up to 25 years in prison for stealing lobsters he planned to sell to support his drug habit.
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