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Connecticut trooper pleads guilty to stealing dying motorcycle crash victim’s jewelry, money
His dash cam did him in.
A crooked Connecticut cop caught by his dash cam stealing more than $8,000 in cash and jewelry off a mangled motorcycle crash victim is facing prison after pleading guilty Wednesday.
State trooper AJ Huntsman, 45, was facing 10 years for the theft, but was likely to get just 16 months in jail and five years' probation when he's sentenced on Oct. 3, the Connecticut Post reported.
Prosecutors said Huntsman lifted $3,700 in cash and a $5,000 gold chain from crash victim John Scalesse and later lied to supervisors and the dead man's family about having the loot.
Huntsman rejected two plea bargains before agreeing to plead guilty to third-degree larceny and tampering with evidence.
He was set to be sentenced one day before Scalesse's 52nd birthday, the Post said.
Scalesse, 49, was fatally injured when his motorcycle crashed into a construction truck on a road in Fairfield at around midnight on Sept. 22, 2012.
Huntsman, a 19-year vet, was the first cop on the scene.
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