Fla. officers accused of faking report in crash


By Tonya Alanez
Sun-Sentinel

HOLLYWOOD, Fla. — After a Hollywood police officer rear-ended a car in February and then arrested its driver on drunken-driving charges, he and other officers talked about doctoring the report -- it said a jumpy cat created a distraction -- to cover up the cause of the crash.

Unknown to the officers, the exchange was recorded by a dashboard camera in one of the patrol cars.

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