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    A Yakima County Sheriff's van was spotted dropping off criminals in downtown Seattle. A concerned citizen took the video and sent it off to the Mayor's Office, and that sparked an investigation.
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    DUI emphasis patrols -- and an upgraded 26-foot-long mobile unit -- will be hitting the roads this weekend, coinciding with 4/20, the world's unofficial pot holiday.
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