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Submitted by GuestLB (not verified) on Wed, 07/23/2008 - 10:27am.
I do not think he should get any special treatment, or reduced charges and or sentencing. If the Chief of Police is riding around in his PATROL CAR drunk, what kind of message is that sending to the rest of the town of Navassa and neighboring Leland? The police departments and Sheriff's office have enough to deal with in the general public without having to take time to arrest "one of their own"! Kudos to the State Trooper that pulled him over- he could have hurt or killed someone on the road- maybe my young teenage driver or someone elses. Now it sends a message home once again that Law Enforcement Officers are not above the laws that they take an oath to enforce.
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