Lt. Lauri Burgett, who works with the kidnapping investigation unit, sent the letter about 5 p.m. It came just hours before the final story of a three-part ABC15 investigation uncovering major problems with the police department's 2008 kidnapping statistics.
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A Phoenix police lieutenant sent ABC15 a "cease and desist" letter Monday night to try and keep our station from airing an audio interview that reveals a top police official may have known about inaccurate kidnapping statistics.
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