Lawsuits mount for maker of protective police vests


The San Diego Union Tribune

OCEANSIDE, Calif. - What Oceanside police Officer Tony Zeppetella didn't know last year when he pulled over a suspicious car in a parking lot proved fatal.

He didn't know the driver was armed and on drugs and that in the ensuing gunfight the driver would get off 13 shots.

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