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LAPD's cadet scandal may sound like a bad 'Police Academy' sequel, but it isn't funny

At first, it seemed mildly amusing. On June 14, three teenage cadets in an LAPD youth program stole a couple of police cruisers and ended up on the wrong end of a car chase. It was like something out of a bad “Police Academy” sequel. Of course car chases are dangerous and besides, how is it that...
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