L.A. School Officer Charged with Four Felonies In Shooting Hoax
March 10, 2011
Los Angeles School Police Officer Jeffrey Stenroos will face four felonies in connection with an alleged hoax that triggered a massive police manhunt that closed seven square miles of the San Fernando Valley in January, reports the Los Angeles Times.
Charges include perjury, filing a false insurance claim, preparing false evidence and filing a false police report in connection with the Jan. 19 hoax, the Los Angeles District Attorney announced.
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