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Chesterfield police: Officer should have removed snow from cruiser

(SOURCE: Holly on Facebook)

(SOURCE: Holly on Facebook)

(SOURCE: Holly on Facebook)

(SOURCE: Holly Cohn on Facebook)

CHESTERFIELD COUNTY, Va. (WTVR) – Chesterfield police say an officer should have removed the snow from his cruiser’s back window before getting on the road.

Holly Cohn posted a photo to the CBS 6 Facebook page Wednesday afternoon showing a Chesterfield police cruiser with snow covering its roof and back window.

“Just curious why the police don’t have to abide by the same laws that we pay them to enforce?#doublestandards,” Cohn wrote.

Facebook friend Kristina Parker said that the picture was snapped around 7:05 a.m. Wednesday at the traffic light at Hull and the Bailey Bridge.

Chesterfield police released the following statement after CBS 6 forwarded the department the photo:

“The snow should have been removed from the vehicle. We are addressing this issue with the officer involved. Thank you for bringing this to our attention.”

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