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Saratoga County cop won't face charge

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Charges have been adjourned and are expected to be dismissed against a Saratoga County Sheriff’s Department sergeant arrested last summer in an alleged break-in and domestic dispute. Brent Dupras, 41, was arrested in August after a woman called police to say an air conditioner had been removed from a second-floor window and Dupras had entered her Halfmoon home. After the incident, the woman, Laurie Barrett, said Dupras had formerly lived with her in the home ...


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batchellerman
January 28, 2011
10:58 a.m.

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What about a NewsPaper that wont let you comment on the subject of police getting preferential treatment.

batchellerman
January 29, 2011
10:21 a.m.

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Once again just to prove to the public that police are not prosecuted to the same extent as you and I. If the D.A. wanted, he could use the testimony of the Arresting Officers and the Letter stating that she feels that he is sorry and the Arrest report. Since when does a victim get to chose who gets prosecuted?

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