UNR police officer accused of beating patrol dog denies charge
Scott Taylor, who has been identified as the University of Nevada, Reno police officer accused of beating his assigned patrol dog, denies the charge and expects to be exonerated, Taylor's attorney said ...
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#1 Feb 11, 2009
What a man,fire him and garcia. They give unr a bad name and have for along while. Enough is enough.
#2 Feb 12, 2009
What do you want to bet he gets acquitted like all the other bad cops. They ALWAYS cover up for each other because if they don't they know they will be made to pay, anyone remenber James Darnell from the 70's?
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