San Jose police officer on leave over allegation he traded meth pipe for information

SAN JOSE — A San Jose police officer has been placed on leave over an allegation that he traded a meth pipe to a woman in exchange for information, according to authorities.

San Jose Police Department Sgt. Christian Camarillo confirmed the incident is under investigation. He didn’t reveal the officer’s name or any details about the allegation, citing a personnel matter, but said the alleged incident occurred more than six months ago. The officer has been on administrative leave since December.

The news comes as the department continues to grapple with a series of controversies in recent weeks. Last week, the Santa Clara County Medical Examiner’s Office confirmed that

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