Two officers have been accused of using their station to cut in line during the PS3 launch. A security guard in charge of managing the line of hopeful fans at the Sony store in Providence, Rhode Island allowed seven people to move ahead and obtain PS3s. Two of those people were police officers.
One of the officers later admitted to cutting the line. The officer in question believed himself to have done no wrong. "I just beg to differ," Providence Police Chief Dean Esserman said. "We think he did something very wrong. He's been identified and he's going to be disciplined."
The other alleged cutter was a Warwick police officer. "We're conducting an internal investigation," Warwick Police Chief Steve McCartney said. "If the facts bear out these allegations, we will take disciplinary action against the officer."
Several weeks ago, former Vice Presidential candidate John Edwards was accused of using his influence in an attempt to obtain a PS3 from Wal-Mart.
The security guards assigned to policing the line have been dismissed.
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