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Utah Peace Officers Sanctioned by State Police Board

Utah Peace Officers Sanctioned by State Police Board



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(KSL News) Sex, drugs and fixing tickets led to disciplinary measures for 11 Utah peace officers.

Yesterday, the State Police Certification Board revoked the standing of seven officers for offenses ranging from altering tickets, to insurance fraud, to sex in a police car.

Four other officers were suspended, two in Clearfield for having an inappropriate sexual relationship. The other two were in Davis County and St. George. Both were cited for disorderly conduct.

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