California town shaken as police officers are accused of selling impounded cars, other crimes

  • Article by: MARTHA MENDOZA , Associated Press
  • Updated: February 26, 2014 - 9:55 PM

KING CITY, Calif. — Residents of a California farming town were grappling Wednesday with the feeling that their trust has been violated after learning the acting police chief and a handful of officers were charged with crimes including selling or giving away the impounded cars of poor Hispanic residents.

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plwsnjdhxusFeb. 26, 14 9:56 PM

Illegal aliens and youR are mad at the local cops?

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plwsnjdhxusFeb. 26, 1410:16 PM

Their thrust was broken when the Fed, State and local government started aiding and abetting illegal aliens.

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barbjensFeb. 27, 14 7:24 AM

Illegal or not this is not the way that the legal system is supposed to be working. The Police are the CRIMINALS.

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raybeamFeb. 27, 14 9:37 PM

"Ordinary citizens, again and again, told us they didn't trust the police" Sounds just like Minneapolis.

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