CHP Officer Exchanged Ticket Fix for Sex
November 01, 2010
A former California Highway Patrol officer received a two-year sentence for helping dismiss a ticket for a motorist in exchange for sex.
Officer Abram Carabajal, 53, wrote a speeding ticket to Shirin Zarrindej, 49, a dog groomer from Encino. The officer then showed up in court and informed the judge he had not received an official notice, leading the judge to dismiss the ticket, reports the Los Angeles Times.
The two were followed leaving court to head to a motel.
Read the full story at LATimes.com.
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OldLt @ 11/1/2010 6:38 PM
Good riddance to this guy and a great big thanks for giving ammo to the idiots who generalize and think we all act this way. You may have served for over 20 years, but your last acts degrade us all.
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