California Report details misconduct by L.A. County sheriff’s deputies

The annual report by the Sheriff’s Department watchdog includes the case of a deputy shooting at a motorist who had bumped his car and a case in which a deputy failed to report a shooting. By Robert Faturechi, Los Angeles Times, August 5, 2011 The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department watchdog released a report Thursday cataloging several serious examples of deputy misconduct, including one case in which a deputy shot at a motorist who bumped his car at a fast-food restaurant and another in which a deputy covered up a shooting that occurred during a foot pursuit. The Office of Independent Review compiles….[Full Story at:,0,5134935.story ]

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