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Resource ID: #23954
Subject: Law Enforcement
Source: Orange County Register (Santa Ana, Calif.)
Date: 2008-04-06



One million cars owned by California public employees have license plates that shield their information from prying eyes. That secrecy can enable them to run toll booths and red lights and avoid parking citations. They also signal police that the drivers are "one of their own" or related to someone who is, causing many to let these public employees off with a warning.

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