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Cop Arrested After conducting a Welfare test and Robbing the sufferer’s house

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  A veteran cop was arrested on multiple felony charges including “suspicion of burglary” after he was captured on home surveillance footage repeatedly returning to  the house  of a dead 70-year-old man and stealing from him. Amazingly enough, despite the video, the officer  wasn't  immediately fired and instead placed on paid administrative leave. Deputy Steve Hortz, a 12-year veteran of the Orange County Sheriff’s department reportedly  had  a  range in  Yorba Linda after the family called  during a  welfare check on a 70-year-old man. When Hortz arrived, he found that  the person  had died of natural causes. Last month, on September 9, the family of the deceased called the department  to inform  them that multiple items were missing from  the house . An attorney for the family provided the department with surveillance footage from  the house  which showed this thieving deputy returning to the property on multiple occasions and leaving with stolen items.  within the  video, we se

Cop Arrested After Responding to 911 Call by Stealing Guns from Dead Victim

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Police officers in the USA aren't picked from the cream of the crop or a few breed of brilliant human infallible beings - they're human and consequently, they are imperfect. Consistent with the report by means of WBAL, County police stated officers have been referred to as April 27 to a document of an unattended loss of life at a house within the 1600 block of Wall force in Pasadena. On Friday, the police leader acquired facts that one of the responding officers, Cpl. Jacob Miskill might also have stolen firearms and different belongings from the residence. "The moves of this individual are contrary to the sacred oath that we as law enforcement officials take to defend and serve our network and to uphold the laws of the country of Maryland. This officer's crook movements tarnish the badge worn by way of every Anne Arundel County police officer and the movements are inexcusable," period in-between Police leader William Lowry said in an announcement. &quo