Cop Spied Emptying Police Fridge

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Taken from the police refrigerator in Deer Park, Texas, were drinks, lunches and 60 lbs. of deer meat. Police placed a hidden video camera in the ceiling and caught the officer, who said he was just cleaning the fridge. The officer has been suspended.

STEVE INSKEEP, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Steve Inskeep with a story of a man caught in a sting operation. Somebody stole from an office fridge - drinks, lunches, 60 pounds of deer sausage disappeared. What made the fridge of special interest to police was its location in a police station in Deer Park, Texas. Police placed a hidden video camera in the ceiling and caught an officer - Kevin Yang. TV station KTRK says that when caught, Mr. Yang said he was just cleaning the fridge. It's MORNING EDITION.

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