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Fired Dallas Officer Lied About Man Striking Him

October 8, 2013
A Dallas Police officer who was fired last summer has pleaded guilty to lying about a man striking him with a vehicle. Eric Watts, 32, pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of making a false report and faces two years of probation.

Ex-Calif. Cop Convicted In Perjury Case

April 23, 2013
A former Sacramento (Calif.) Police officer will spend one year in jail, following his conviction for lying about dozens of DUI arrests. Brandon Mullock, 28, resigned in August 2010 after three years on the force.

Ex-Chicago Cop Lied About Attack

September 22, 2011
On the witness stand, Chicago police Officer Sylshina London recalled how she had been terrified while driving to work in March 2010 when an occupant in another car threw a glass bottle, hitting her in the face, and several other individuals banged on her car and threatened to physically harm her.

NYPD Detective Convicted of Perjury, Faces Up to 7 Years in Jail

June 24, 2009

Detective Christopher Perino faces up to seven years in prison for testifying that he did not interrogate attempted murder suspect Erik Crespo. It turned out that the then-17-year-old recorded 70 minutes of Perino's questioning on his MP3 player.

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