Judge questions credibility of Dallas police officers -- "Doesn't add up"by REBECCA LOPEZ
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DALLAS -- Two Dallas Police Department officers are under criminal investigation.
A judge determined that they repeatedly lied in sworn testimony about a drug arrest they made back in December of 2011.
The officers found drugs, cash, and a gun at inside an apartment at a Red Bird-area complex. They arrested a man by the name of Melvin Williams.
But in a rare ruling, a Dallas judge questioned the credibility of the arresting officers and ordered the money returned.
"I think the judge just found their testimony incredible," said defense attorney Michael Smith. "It didn't add up."