Police Officer Sentenced for Lying About ShootingNBC 10 Philadelphia
Mar. 11, 2013
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A Chalfont Police Officer was sentenced on Tuesday for lying about being shot in an elaborate hoax.
In August of 2012, Officer Jon Cousin told police he was shot in the parking lot of the Lenape Valley Swim Club in Bucks County after pulling over a maroon Oldsmobile Cutlass with two men and one woman inside.