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March 22, 2013
Ex-police officer pleads no contest to falsifying DUI reports

A former Sacramento police officer pleaded no contest Friday to four felony counts related to falsifying reports on arrests he made for drunken driving.

Brandon Michael Mullock, 27, entered the pleas in front of Sacramento Superior Court Judge Patrick Marlette, who scheduled the former officer's sentencing for April 19.

Deputy District Attorney Chris Carlson said in court that prosecutors have recommended a five-year state prison "lid." Carlson said, however, that Mullock is eligible for probation, with a condition that he serve no more than a year in custody.

Mullock entered his pleas to three counts of falsiying his DUI reports and one of committing perjury. He had initially been charged in a 34-count complaint.

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