Lake County Sheriff's deputy pleads not guilty to obstruction of justice
A Lake County sheriff's deputy pleaded not guilty Wednesday to destroying text messages that police say he made to a prostitute.
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#1 Aug 1, 2013
Well, how nice to know that law enforcement will find any way to charge someone with a crime. I erase text messages on a daily basis. So, now I know that if for some reason police decide they think I have done something illegal, they can charge me for erasing messages that I do legally. Just another example of our laws run amuck.
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