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(KSL News) Nine police officers from across Utah have been stripped of their badges.
Rulings came down yesterday from the Utah Peace Officer Standards and Training Council.
Among those who lost their jobs are a Draper officer who had sex with a teenage boy, a Salt Lake narcotics sergeant who failed a drug test, and a Daggett County deputy who bought cigarettes with a county credit card.