West Valley narcotics officers stole evidence, audit findsKSL
Apr. 14, 2013
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WEST VALLEY CITY — Narcotics officers from the West Valley Police Department stole money and other items from vehicles they seized and may have taken drugs and money confiscated during arrests, an internal audit found.
"We may have missing drugs and money that are associated with this investigation," West Valley City Manager Wayne Pyle said Friday.