Sorry and I am not trying to be rude but with your own logic, you say as long as no one uses the blue lights/siren or telling the cop that you are a police officer... Mr. Cox DID say that he was a police officer while driving the unmarked vehicle. My question is what is going to happen to the chief of police??? Shouldn't he be liable for making sure anyone who drives his patrol vehicle has an active driver's license??? I mean really!! Is it that hard to ask him to do his own job or is he too busy kissing the manager's butt to get involved??? Also, I agree with everyone else. Why is the man who just lost the race for DA in the county and swore up and down that he was tired of inside politics protecting someone who broke the law and has no particular interest in the manager's personal matters?? Shouldn't the attorney be protecting the TOWN's interest and making sure that the appropriate council members have the best knowledge so they can handle the incident internally instead of placing himself in a position to where he is now a conflict of interest??!! WOW, that town's mayor, council members, town manager, chief, and attorney sound like they are experienced at covering their own tracks. Or do the town’s council members not have any power over the real problems at hand? The Chief is the person that I would investigate in this matter...let me guess, he ran out of time to report his patrol car as stolen now right?
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