Georgia Police Officers Run Background Check On Obama

by Ben Hoffman

DEKALB COUNTY, Ga. — Two DeKalb police officers are being investigated for running a background check on President Obama.

On July 20, the President’s name was typed into a DeKalb County police car computer.

The secret service was notified and immediately called the department.

CBS Atlanta learned officers Ryan White and C.M. Route have been placed on administrative leave while an investigation is being done.

“As Public Safety Director for DeKalb County, I want everyone to know that we take these allegations very seriously. This behavior will not be tolerated by DeKalb County government. We expect our officers to adhere to professional standards and departmental policy. Furthermore, we do not and will not condone the inappropriate use of county equipment or resources,” said Public Safety Director William “Wiz” Miller.

No charges have been filed, but running the background check is against the law.

One Comment to “Georgia Police Officers Run Background Check On Obama”

  1. Seems like some people in the South are determined to resurrect the bad stereotypes about them. Amazing how some are so proudly lunatic.

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