Officers claim they're immune from Estelline cash seizure suit
A former Estelline police officer and the Memphis police chief have asked a federal judge to dismiss an Azle woman's suit alleging they illegally searched her car, arrested her and wrongfully seized $31,000 in cash from her during a 2012 traffic stop.
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#1 Jan 30, 2014
Anyone else find it unusual that DPS or HCSO weren't requested to assist? Maybe, because the Memphis Police Chief started working for Estelline as a part-time officer in 2009. Hand picked by an Estelline City Council member that works for Memphis Fire. The Memphis officer working on his time off in Estelline while still being employed by Memphis. So how many gallons of Memphis fuel did this officer burn up by darting over to Estelline since 2009??? Interesting that a municipal officer leaves his jurisdiction to assist another agency 15 miles away.
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