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Tulane Bicycle Cop Collides with Bike-Riding iPod Thief

November 17, 2011  | 

A Tulane University Police officer was injured in a bicycle collision Wednesday morning while trying to arrest an alleged iPod thief, reports The Times-Picayune.

Officer Bobby Magee confronted the suspect, 28-year-old Edwin Murillo, near Calhoun and Freret streets. The officer pursued Murillo, both men on their cycles, and eventually collided with the suspect.

The officer was treated and released at a local hospital.

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