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Former police officer Brian Barker pleaded guilty Jan. 30 to six counts of burglary, possession of stolen firearms and official misconduct. He was charged with 22 counts, also including arson, some of which took place while he was on duty and in uniform. Barker faces up to 40 years in prison.
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