DEA agent files civil rights lawsuit against Hollywood over traffic cone incident gone wildSun Sentinel
Feb. 04, 2013
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A standoff between a federal agent and a Hollywood police officer has spawned a civil rights lawsuit against the city, alleging that officers arrested the agent to cover up their own misconduct. The lawsuit lists a litany of allegations against the city — including negligence, false imprisonment, abuse of power and failing to protect citizens from rogue officers.