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NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — Bodycam and police car footage have led to the suspension of a police officer in New Jersey's largest city.
Newark police say a routine review revealed the 27-year-old officer had stopped a motorist to issue a traffic ticket, but the officer failed to arrest the driver despite a computer alert that the motorist had an arrest warrant.
An investigation revealed the officer had stopped other motorists who had arrest warrants, but only issued traffic tickets.
The two-year member of the force will be retrained after completing a six-month suspension.
The officer's name was not released.
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