LAPD officer arrested at U.S.-Mexico border, could face human smuggling charges

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LOS ANGELES, March 16 (UPI) — A Los Angeles based police officer was arrested and could face human smuggling charges after officials at the U.S.-Mexico border discovered someone hiding in the officer’s car.

Border Patrol agents stopped the officer for questioning on Saturday night and later saw the person hiding. The officer was taken into custody by California U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials.   

The officer was assigned to Los Angeles Police Department’s Hollywood Division. His name was not released.

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3 thoughts on “LAPD officer arrested at U.S.-Mexico border, could face human smuggling charges

  1. They didn’t say that a man or a woman was found hiding in the car, and that omission forces me to guess it was a child.

    He’s probably smuggling in children for the lucrative child sex business, but it’s probably “within departmental guidelines” if he claims he was in fear for his life.

    “If I don’t smuggle kids over the border I’ll never make the payments on my new boat, and without it, I’ll just die. So yes, your honor. I was definitely in fear for my life when I snatched that cute kid”

    Case closed. Another “hero in blue” protecting the children for us.

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