City Plans To File Motion To Dismiss Civil Suit Against Former LPD Officer - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

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City Plans To File Motion To Dismiss Civil Suit Against Former LPD Officer

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On Friday, the City of Lubbock will file a motion to dismiss a civil suit involving one of it's former police officers.

Rebecca Hernandez is suing the city for negligence. The suit stems from a traffic stop in the 1900 Block of Avenue L last year. Hernandez says she performed a sexual act at Officer Blake Littlejohn's request.

Littlejohn is currently serving one year probation and was forced to surrender his peace officer license after pleading guilty to harassment.

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