Court Raps Cops for Letting Drunk, High Informant Speed

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An appeals court sharply criticized Indiana State Police on Thursday for conducting an “outrageously dangerous” traffic stop by knowingly encouraging an informant under the influence of drugs and alcohol to speed through a small town, the Indianapolis Star reports. The case stems from a June 2002 traffic stop in Orange County. David Turner told Indiana
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