Former officer sues cops for looking up her driving record ... 400 times

The invasion of privacy suit argues there was no reason for officers from 18 different agencies to look up the woman's driving record hundreds of times. And she kept getting asked on dates by men who already knew what kind of car she drove.
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The invasion of privacy suit argues there was no reason for officers from 18 different agencies to look up the woman's driving record hundreds of times. And she kept getting asked on dates by men who already knew what kind of car she drove.

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