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Originally posted by v1rtu0s0
And by the way, just because he linked to a blog means absolutely zero until you read the blog post and then see, volia, it links to this source:
So it seems you may have judged the source without getting the full picture...
An off-duty cop in California has been charged with murder after he reportedly shot a fellow bar patron during a game of darts.
Reports indicate that Dayle William Long, a 10-year department veteran of the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department, yelled “I’m a cop, I can do whatever I want to” before pulling the trigger.
Some reports Long then called police to report the shooting. However, he wasn’t so much turning himself, a family member told the Times.
“He was calling dispatch and telling them shots were fired, like he was a cop,” the relative said. He was eventually arrested.
If convicted, Long faces 50 years in prison.
..................The bar shooter, an off-duty Riverside County sheriff’s deputy, surrendered himself to police without a struggle at the front door, Lt. Tony Conrad said.
The suspect, sheriff's Deputy Dayle Long, 42, was detained and transferred to Murrieta police headquarters for questioning, sheriff's Sgt. Joe Borja said today.
The deputy worked for the Sheriff's Court Services West Division, but did not work in the Southwest Detention Center in French Valley, Borja said.