SPD Capt. Randal Woolery is arrested during a vice sting last November. The sergeant supervising Woolery’s arrest turned off his body camera and several commanders came up with a plan for handling the arrest, according to recently released records.
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After prostitution arrest, Seattle police captain got preferential treatment from fellow officers

A Seattle police captain arrested in a prostitution bust got preferential treatment from fellow officers and commanders, prompting internal investigations. The captain remains on paid leave pending the criminal case.  WATCH

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