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Jun 11

Fake cop avoids prison with admission

A Former Whispering Pines police Officer who got his job under false pretenses dodged a jail sentence by admitting his guilt. The sentence for the two misdemeanors ot which Alvaro Mirando pled guilty are fixed by law. Senior Resident Superior Court Judge James Webb sentenced Mirando to a three-year probationary period, fined him five-thousand dollars and ordered him to perform a thousand hours of community hours of community service. Mirandao got into trouble when he admitted having a continuing friendship with known drug gangs. In addition, he confessed to falsifying information on his application for training and certification as a law enforcement officer.
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