Calif. officers allegedly tried to frame boss
Prosecutors said two officers tried to lure their supervisor into an extramarital affair
By Justin Berton
The San Francisco Chronicle
RICHMOND, Calif. — Two Richmond police officers, angered by an investigation into their off-duty security company, tried to frame their supervisor by having him lured into an extramarital affair, federal prosecutors say.
In legal papers filed in U.S. District Court, prosecutors said the two officers had hired a Concord private investigator who specialized in stings using female decoys to tempt men into misconduct.
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