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April 4, 2001 | From Associated Press
Some state troopers are still practicing racial profiling on the New Jersey Turnpike despite a major reform effort, the state's attorney general told a Senate committee Tuesday. Atty. Gen. John J. Farmer Jr. began an internal audit of last year's trooper activity after a January study showed blacks and Latinos were being stopped more than whites. Investigators are reviewing videotapes of every motor vehicle stop by suspected troopers, Farmer told the state Senate Judiciary Committee.
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April 4, 2001 | From Associated Press
Some state troopers are still practicing racial profiling on the New Jersey Turnpike despite a major reform effort, the state's attorney general told a Senate committee Tuesday. Atty. Gen. John J. Farmer Jr. began an internal audit of last year's trooper activity after a January study showed blacks and Latinos were being stopped more than whites. Investigators are reviewing videotapes of every motor vehicle stop by suspected troopers, Farmer told the state Senate Judiciary Committee.
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October 30, 2007 | John M. Glionna, Times Staff Writer
The two break-in artists were caught in the act. Steve Searles had them cornered right outside the crime scene, high in the branches of a towering Jeffrey pine. "Bad bears!" he growled up at the 100-pound cubs, who peered back innocently. "What are you guys doing? Who do you think you are?" The yearlings had followed their mother through an open back window into an unattended condominium, where they'd ransacked the kitchen and living room, scattering packages of flour, pasta and honey crackers.
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