SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — A San Francisco police officer was arrested Thursday and charged with using false vehicle registration stickers and filing a false police report, according to authorities.
Officer Joel Babbs came under investigation in June after the police department’s Internal Affairs Division was notified of a vehicle code violation.READ MORE: UPDATE: 'Non-Specific Threat' Shuts Down San Francisco State Campus
The investigation found that a false police report was filed regarding the violation by the officer, police said.READ MORE: Mountain Lion Spotted In Backyard of Daly City Home; Residents Warned
An arrest warrant was then issued after the district attorney’s office reviewed the case, and Babbs was arrested today on charges of misdemeanor false registration tabs and misdemeanor filing a false police report.
Babbs has been reassigned to a position that does not involve public contact, police said.MORE NEWS: Elizabeth Holmes Confident Demeanor Vanished When Told Tests Didn't Work, Former Lab Director Tells Jury
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