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Officer's fate in hands of jury ; accused of pattern of abusing office
[Lodi, NJ]


March 22, 2001
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Officer's fate in hands of jury ; accused of pattern of abusing office
[Lodi, NJ]

Shannon D. Harrington, Staff Writer
March 20, 2001, Tuesday
Copyright 2001 North Jersey Media Group Inc.
The Record (Bergen County, NJ)
March 20, 2001, Tuesday; All Editions

(LODI, N.J.) -- Jurors began deliberating Monday in the official misconduct andwitness tampering trial of Lodi police Sgt. Ernest Iodaci.

The deliberations followed three days of testimony in which witnesses said the 11-year officer used his badge to fix parking tickets, get free excavation work, and coerce an acquaintance into helping him get in the good graces of his then-girlfriend's father.

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[Lodi, NJ]





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