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Reality Show Features Gun-Toting Celebs

December 07, 2006  | 

Erik Estrada and other lesser celebrities have been sworn in as reserve officers of the Muncie (Ind.) Police Department, allowing them to carry badges and guns as part of a reality television series.

About 200 people packed into a Muncie City Hall auditorium for the Tuesday ceremony to swear in the former "CHiPs" star, along with La Toya Jackson, Jack Osbourne, Wee Man, and Trish Stratus.

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