Minnesota Officer Charged In Corkscrew Theft
January 10, 2011
A Hastings (Minn.) Police officer could lose his job if he's found guilty in the theft of a $10 corkscrew he apparently grabbed from behind a bar counter, reports the Hastings Star-Gazette.
Hastings Officer Rene Doffing was charged with misdemeanor theft for grabbing the corkscrew at the Green Mill on Nov. 22. If convicted, Doffing could lose his law enforcement license and job.
Read the full story at HastingsStarGazette.com.
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