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L.A. County Sheriff Deputies Suspended After Holiday Brawl

December 16, 2010  | 

Seven Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department deputies have been relieved of their duties, as a result of their participation in a holiday party brawl, reports the Los Angeles Times.

Roughly 100 guests, including sheriff's supervisors, had gathered Friday night in Montebello. The party was winding down near midnight when local police received an anonymous 911 call reporting a fight at the Quiet Cannon banquet hall, officials said.

Read the full story at LATimes.com.

Tags: L.A. County Sheriff, Friendly Fire, Officer Misconduct


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