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Cops Taped Playing Wii At Suspects House

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Police officers in central Florida took a break from their stressful jobs. They took the time for bowling. And they did it after raiding a convicted drug dealer's home. Surveillance footage shows officers taking breaks between logging evidence. They bowled a few frames on a Nintendo Wii. They now face disciplinary action.

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Police officers in Central Florida took a break from their stressful job and took the time for bowling. They did it while raiding a convicted drug dealer's home. Surveillance footage shows officers taking breaks between logging evidence and bowling a few frames on a Nintendo Wii. They now face disciplinary action, but in their defense, they bowled really well. The video shows one cop jumping up and down in celebration. It's MORNING EDITION.

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