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Feds who send arms against ranch families betray American values
Topic - Brian Davis
An FBI investigation that began more than a year ago with the arrest of a child pornography suspect in Alaska has led to federal charges against a New York state police investigator who has worked as a high school and college lacrosse coach.
A man already facing prison time for faking his own drowning in an insurance fraud scheme was convicted Friday of impersonating a police detective, but he was cleared of attempting to kidnap a woman authorities said he chased and tried to force into his van.
England's Brian Davis took the first-round lead in the RBC Heritage, while Jason Day and Marc Leishman kept the Australian flag flying high.
River Highlands has been the sight of the first PGA Tour win for four of its last six tournament champions.
The Rules of Golf are under review, and Ian Poulter has a suggestion.
The Boston Globe (http://b.globe.com/1gfvcki ) reports that Judge Brian Davis in his decision Tuesday said AIG lawyers fabricated facts and persuaded the bus driver who struck Anderson to change his story.
Davis said he hoped to present a bail package to a judge in federal court in Central Islip on Monday.