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Police Arrest Texas Deputy for DWI, Use Stun Gun to Subdue Her
Police Arrest Texas Deputy for DWI, Use Stun Gun to Subdue Her

On January 3rd, 2013 a Bexar County Sheriff's Deputy was arrested after she was involved in a DWI-related accident. According to reports, San Antonio police officers responded to a single-vehicle accident Thursday night that involved sheriff's deputy Susanna Cervantes. When ...

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