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Officer Resigns after Being Accused of Smoking Heroin in Police Car

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Heroin is abused by people of all ages and in all walks of life but it's still shocking when you find out certain people use the drug. A police officer ended up resigning after he smoked heroin in his patrol vehicle according to KSL.com. The officer had been with the police department for around five years. This goes to show you that teenagers and young people aren't the only ones that make poor choices or abuse drugs.

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