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Orange County deputy dragged 100 feet during traffic stop

October 29, 2013|By Robert J. Lopez
  • Map shows location where an Orange County Sheriff's Department deputy was dragged during a traffic stop.
Map shows location where an Orange County Sheriff's Department deputy… (Google Maps )

An Orange County Sheriff's Department deputy sustained minor injuries when he was dragged 100 feet during a traffic stop in Anaheim, authorities said Tuesday night.

A suspect was taken into custody for an outstanding warrant and suspicion of dragging the deputy, authorities said.

The deputy was being treated at a hospital. The stop took place at Brookhurst Street and Cerritos Avenue.

No other details were immediately available.

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