Parole Agents Working For Snoop Dogg On Leave

Print More,1,2812171.story?coll=la-headlines-california Three California parole agents were placed on leave after they were stopped as part of rapper Snoop Dogg’s armed entourage at a Black Entertainment Television Awards ceremony in Hollywood. The Los Angeles Times says the action was part of a comprehensive investigation into off-duty employment of all state workers in the Los Angeles area.
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