Or. Chief Called Future Wife Informant 370 Times

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Portland police captain Derrick Foxworth used his city-owned cell phone to call a pager number in 1996. He dialed the number 12 times that day and 370 times over four months, reports The Oregonian. When the city released Foxworth’s phone records Foxworth wrote in the margin that each of those calls on his police-issued phones
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