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NFL Star's Tweet: Officer Let Me Off for Autograph

November 10, 2010  | 

A Baltimore County Police Officer has dodged disciplinary action, after Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice tweeted that he got out of a traffic ticket in exchange for an autograph, reports the Baltimore Sun.

The officer had pulled over Rice for windows that were tinted darker than the law allows.

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