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Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Former Mo. trooper admits to ignoring auto shop's VIN shenanigans

From Tony Rizzo:

A former Missouri Highway Patrol trooper pleaded guilty Monday in federal court to concealing the illegal activities of an auto repair business operator.

Dusty Berry, 27, entered the plea in U.S. District Court in Kansas City. He faces up to three years in federal prison, according to prosecutors.

Berry admitted that he knew that the owner of a repair shop in Carrollton, Mo., was altering or transferring vehicle identification numbers illegally and he did not attempt to stop or report the illegal activity, prosecutors said.


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