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"One was an older man, who said he was pulled over for not using a directional," the shop owner said. "He said after the cop took his license and registration to the cruiser, he came back and was asking him why he was selling stuff to pawn shops. It sounds like an invasion of privacy to me."
"I'm not sure when it became illegal to sell things at pawn shops but I do not believe this is what the aldermen thought they were voting for when they voted to allow this computer system in place," said Levasseur. "Now police officers are using this system to pull over cars for minor infractions and harassing citizens with questions about going to pawn shops? I feel this may be a very serious violation of a person's civil rights and we may be setting ourselves up for a serious lawsuit. I'd like to see it looked at, but we'll see if they allow it."
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