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Dear Reader readers:

We just couldn't decide which was the better aspect of the Officers Charpentier case: the (alleged) fact that married police officers needed to sell hydrocodone to supplement the notoriously low pay offered by the San Diego Police Department, or the (alleged) fact that married police officers needed to take opiates themselves in order to tolerate the SDPD's notoriously low morale.

So we're including both, and inviting you to pick. Cast your vote in the comments!

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shirleyberan June 21, 2014 @ 8:59 a.m.

Walt - I'm sure you remember the free coke for cops days. Call me nostalgic, spouses should be considered first, then whatever their husbands confiscate in drug busts should be shared. Isn't that correct cop code?

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