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Source: Q13 Fox
February 11, 2013
Where do we start with this one? DUI's go to jail. They do not pass go. They do not collect $200.00 and they most certainly, do not get a ride home. I have had numerous ride-alongs in my career. Not once, not ever, not no how, have I ever put by gear bag in the back seat where I might place an individual being detained, let alone arrested. This deputy needs to consider a whole lot more than his practice of driving home DUI's as a courtesy. His actions this time, led to the theft of his citation book. It could have resulted in far worse. I am absoulutely sure that the deputy's assigned patrol car for the night had a trunk. Let's try using it.
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