Cop wrote a $2500 ticket for changing lanes too close, but he wasn't ready for what happened next

In this episode of the Police Accountability Report, we provide breaking updates for several critical cases we've been covering for months, including a surprising development in the case of Daniel Alvarez, who received a $2500 ticket for changing lanes from a San Bernardino sheriff who had racially profiled him. We also report on new developments in the felony camping charges against the popular cop watcher Otto the Watchdog, along with the ongoing case against the first Black police chief of a small town on Maryland's Lower Eastern Shore.

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