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Woman says Utah police officer groped her and wrongfully arrested her for DUI

LAYTON, Utah (KSTU) -- A woman is suing the city of Layton after she says a police officer wrongfully arrested her for DUI and groped her in the process. The Layton Police Department however says it appears the officer in question did nothing wrong. Footage from the July 25 incident shows the encounter between Amanda Houghton and an officer. Houghton:"Don't touch me!" Officer: "Stop!" Houghton: "Don't touch me!" Officer: "I can search you, and that's what I'm doing.
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