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Couple Say Cop Terrorizes Them

MUSKOGEE (CN) - City of West Siloam Springs police Officer Shiloh Cash celebrated his graduation from police academy by getting drunk at a tavern, and when he became so obnoxious he was asked to leave, he returned with a club and beat the tavern owner's son, threatened to kill him and his wife, then shot at them, saying "there would be no consequences to his actions because he was a police officer," Keith and Bridgette Anderson claim in Federal Court. They say the City refuses to fire Cash though it knows of the assault and battery, and a pending felony charge, and that Cash continues to terrorize them in violation of a restraining order.

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