Cop Charged With Stealing $20 Cash From Suicide VictimChris | InformationLiberation
Apr. 17, 2013
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Montgomery, Alabama police officer Corporal Stanley Wilson, 48, was allegedly caught stealing $20 cash from a suicide victim. The officer works with the Criminal Investigation Division and had been "serving" at the Montgomery Police Department for 26 years.
The Montgomery Advertiser reports:
The Montgomery Police Department has charged a police corporal with theft after a fellow officer observed him taking $20 in cash from the personal effects of a 2012 suicide victim whose property was being held by the department, according to a Police Department news release.What other malfeasance did this officer commit in his 26 years with the force?
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