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A per­cent­age of Amer­ica's law en­force­ment per­son­nel con­tinue to en­gage in crim­i­nal ac­tiv­ity. Fol­low­ing are just a few of the more re­cent ones that got caught.

Cal­houn, Ten­nessee: An of­fi­cer and the now-for­mer chief who is cur­rently serv­ing as chief in an­other ju­ris­dic­tion were ar­rested for ex­tort­ing money from an ar­restee.

Bay­town, Texas: An of­fi­cer is un­der crim­i­nal in­ves­ti­ga­tion for so­lic­it­ing nude pics from fe­male driv­ers to get out of tick­ets

Bul­litt County, Ken­tucky: The sher­iff was in­dicted for ob­struct­ing the in­ves­ti­ga­tion of one of his now-for­mer deputies, who has since been con­victed of drug traf­fick­ing and is await­ing sen­tenc­ing.

Jack­son County, Mis­sis­sippi: A deputy pled guilty to hav­ing sex with fe­male in­mates while he was on duty. A sec­ond deputy was in­dicted for the same crime.

Mary­land Trans­porta­tion Au­thor­ity: An of­fi­cer pled guilty to theft for steal­ing from the po­lice union as pres­i­dent.

Clay­como, Mis­souri: An of­fi­cer was ar­rested with his wife for sub­mit­ting fraud­u­lent opi­oid pre­scrip­tions in Kansas City.

Manch­ester, Mas­sachusetts: An of­fi­cer was ar­rested for hit-and-run on a pedes­trian while he was off-duty.

Suffolk County, New York: An of­fi­cer was named in a fed­eral law­suit al­leg­ing he sex­u­ally as­saulted a woman in an in­ter­ro­ga­tion room.

Fort Bend County, Texas: A deputy was fired for be­ing drunk dur­ing a drunk driv­ing en­force­ment train­ing ses­sion.

Cof­fey County, Kansas: A deputy was fired and or­dered to stand trial for sex­u­ally abus­ing a 15-year-old.

Ec­tor County, Texas: A deputy pled guilty to ex­tort­ing a game room op­er­a­tor for tips about raids. He con­fessed to tak­ing pho­tos of fed­eral in­ves­ti­ga­tors and send­ing them to a game room owner.

War­ren, Rhode Is­land: An of­fi­cer was ar­rested for cy­ber-ha­rass­ment.

Jonesboro, Arkansas: An of­fi­cer was fired af­ter point­ing a loaded firearm at a mo­torist and a pas­sen­ger af­ter run­ning them off the road while he was off-duty and in his per­sonal ve­hi­cle.

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