Calif. officer charged; offered to throw out woman's ticket for housework

By Sarah Burge
The Press-Enterprise

A Temecula police officer accused of telling a woman he stopped for running a red light that he would "get rid of" her ticket if she cleaned his house has been charged with soliciting a bribe, court records show.

Deputy Dominic Karl Schreiber, 38, of Temecula, was charged Monday with one count of asking for a bribe in his capacity as a public employee, court records show.

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