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Conneticut State Trooper Steals From Dead Body Right After Fatal Crash
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[quote:indiandave:MV8yMDY2NTAwXzM0Nzc3NzA4X0JFREE5M0Qy] [quote:Anonymous Coward 9943244:MV8yMDY2NTAwXzM0Nzc3MjQyXzNDQTg3RDIz] Oh, nice, another cop bashing thread. Next time you need a cop, instead of dialing 911 call a hippy to come save your ass. [/quote] OK, I'll give you a good cop story. My parents found a big bag of money in the woods behind their house. It was all old silver coins. They called the police. They came and took the coins away. They said if no one claims them the were theirs. They got a call from the police about six months later. The cops said come and pick up the coins, they're yours. The police didn't take them for themselves. Not all police are bad. But the ones who are, give the police a black eye and bad feelings from the public. A real shame. [/quote]
He took 3,000 dollars and a gold chain, scavenger...
An 18-year State Police veteran has been charged with stealing money and jewelry from the body of an Orange man who died in a motorcycle crash in September.
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