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In recent years, nearly 70 local cops have been caught breaking laws they are supposed to be enforcing.

On the night of March 14, 2008, Justin Smith and David Eagan complained to another customer at the Windjammer Restaurant that his car was parked too close to Smith's vehicle. Little did they know, that customer — off-duty Shelby County Sheriff's deputy…

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