CHP officer from Redding admits to drunken driving in plea bargain
A California Highway Patrol officer charged in connection with a January chain-reaction crash pleaded no contest Friday in Shasta County Superior Court to felony DUI causing injury.
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#1 Jan 13, 2013
This chick sounds like a typical cop. I have many cops in my family and they all have a bad attitude and feel like they are above the law.The sad part is that the arresting officers would have most likely allowed her to drive off thus endangering other citizens if it hadn't been for the injuries suffered by her victims.
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