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Policeman posed as student for eight months to arrest smalltime student drugs takers

by | 28th, March 2012

ALEX Salinas was a 22-year-old policeman when he re-enrolled at High School. He became Johnny Ramirez, a student at a school in Exeter, a small town near Fresno in California. For eight months he studied. And then he pounced, arresting a dozen students on drugs charges.

Said Officer Salinas:

“A lot of jaws dropped when they saw me. They knew me as that kid at school that they hung around with, and then the next thing they’re in handcuffs and I’m in a uniform.”

Salinas had scored small amounts of cannabis, cocaine, hydrocodone and Soma.

Local Police Chief Cliff Bush sys the sting would “send a message”. What message he does not specify, but one about grown men posing as children to score small

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