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Would you Pull Dennis and Judi’s Screener Katie Over? [PHOTOS, POLL]

A Voorhees township police officer got himself in hot water after using the state’s motor vehicle data base to look up personal information about a female motorist which he later used to reach out to her on Facebook.Jeffrey M. Tyther, a 14-year veteran,  is being charged computer theft and violating the motor vehicle record law.

As Dennis and Judi were discussing the case, they made a point of saying that they had no picture of the woman that was reportedly being harassed but instead used Katie as her stand in.

Here is picture of the lovely Katie:

 

Would you pull Katie over?
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Now seeing how beautiful is, if you were a police officer and you pulled Katie over, what would you do in that situation? Take our poll and let us know.

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