Lost Wallet Turned In To Police, Cop Steals Cash From It, Throws It In TrashChris | InformationLiberation
Oct. 01, 2011
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An Easton police officer who resigned this week amid allegations that he did not turn in a lost wallet entrusted to him was charged Friday with stealing $375 from it, and court records show he had financial trouble.Oh god, don't make me laugh! Clearly, you can trust a random stranger who finds your wallet stuffed with cash, but you can never trust a man in uniform!