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We first reported on Kareem Spence’s case in April of 2010, but with his sentencing date approaching, there are new details about his indictment.

When we last left Spence, the former New Jersey police officer had been arrested on March 30, 2010 for attempting to collect insurance money by setting his 2002 Cadillac Coupe DeVille on fire. When gasoline-soaked towels were found in the trunk of the car during an investigation, police officers went to cuff one of their own for arson and insurance fraud.

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