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Apr. 11, 2013
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OXFORD, Mich. (WJBK) - A man says when he called the Oxford Police Department for help, an officer told him he charged a $500 fee. The civilian recorded the phone conversation.
A rocky relationship turned into a bad breakup for 29-year-old Nathaniel Bennett, who on Sunday felt he had no choice but to call police for help getting back his property from his very angry ex.
"Did not want to have any communication to avoid [a] volatile situation, and so I attempted to use the police to resolve it," he said.