Cop charged with shoplifting, imagine if he was searching your home

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CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Chief Kerr Putney said Thursday that one of his officers is charged with shoplifting.

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CMPD Officer Samuel Yaravitz was arrested on seven counts of larceny in connection with shoplifting from a Harris Teeter on Morrison Boulevard.

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He has been suspended without pay.

“We are charged with upholding and enforcing the law and will continue to hold ourselves accountable when we violate it. I am disappointed that a member of our department has fallen short of our organization’s high standards,” said Putney.

Yaravitz has been a CMPD officer since June 1999.

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Blair Moore is a customer of the Harris Teeter.

“I think he has a problem,” Moore said. “I think it’s a little deeper than being a bad cop.”

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  1. Why did they stop him!!!! he was a cop making $70 grand a year!!! they should have put a tail on him and got his drug dealer as well…did they drug test him?

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