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Former detective depicted in 'McFarland, USA' is sentenced to five years in prison

A former Bakersfield Police Department detective — and member of the famed McFarland High School cross-country team depicted in the Disney film “McFarland, USA” — was sentenced this week to five years in prison.  Damacio Diaz, 44, was sentenced Monday for bribery, possession and attempted possession...
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