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CHP Officer Pleads Not Guilty of Illegal Cache

April 10, 2012  | 

A California Highway Patrol officer, charged with having a cache of illegal guns, explosives, drugs, and stolen drivers' licenses at his Anderson area home, pleaded not guilty on Monday in Shasta County Superior Court.

Gerald "Gary" Roland Harris, 45, faces 13 felony counts and one misdemeanor. His Redding attorney, Joe Gazzigli, said after the arraignment he's confident his client is innocent.

Read the full Record Searchlight story.

Tags: California Highway Patrol, Officer Misconduct, Identity Theft


Comments (8)

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Rick @ 4/10/2012 5:05 PM

And cops across the country complained about the new law in Illinois where citizens could resist Officers if the Officer was illegally barging into their home; this is just one of the recent problems with law enforcement that justifies such a law.

Meat @ 4/10/2012 8:08 PM

Rick, that law was passed in Indiana. And I think your logic needs some work.

Danger @ 4/10/2012 9:47 PM

Rick your an idiot

michael @ 4/10/2012 10:18 PM

Sounds like some pretty heavy duty charges...........I hope this is not overly exaggerated charges by the DA and a witch hunt by this agency. If it is true, it will be another bad blow for us.

AJ @ 4/11/2012 6:22 AM

@Rick: that doesn't make any sense. How does this case have anything to do with officers entry onto another person's premesis? Can you please explain your logic.

Fed Cop @ 4/11/2012 7:28 AM

I have heard of "fuzzy logic", but Rick@, REALLY?

CharleB @ 3/26/2013 3:00 PM

If this was a guy with a criminal record (even something non-violent and years old) how many of us would be screaming for his head?

CharleB @ 3/26/2013 3:00 PM

If this was a guy with a criminal record (even something non-violent and years old) how many of us would be screaming for his head?

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