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I hope that cox learns a lesson from this. He probably thought that since he was driving a cop car that he could speed and get away with it. There is no need for a cop car to be driving fast unless there is a call or an emergency. Furthermore, he probably wasn't even in columbus county. In my opinion that is impersonating an officer and the highway patrol trooper is right. The town of Chadbourn needs to hold him and the police chief accountable for letting him use his vehicle. They could have gotten another vehicle to use or got theirs fixed. I'm sure this wasn't a spur of the moment meeting. They had time to plan. I cant believe that stevie cox is a town planner and he cant plan on a trip arrangements and having a current driver license.


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