Three former Flint cops sold personal info of crash victims, feds claim

Dominic Adams reports:

Three former Flint police officers sold stolen police reports that included the personal information of crash victims, which eventually wound up in the hands of doctors, chiropractors and personal injury lawyers, according to a recently filed federal indictment.

More than 600 internal crash reports were stolen from the Flint Police Department and eventually sold to a third party for resale to medical and legal professionals, according to the federal indictment filed April 18 in Flint U.S. District Court.

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