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29 December 2009

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Policemen getting down with their bad selves, so to speak.

LOS ANGELES, CA. California has seen a decline in the number of law enforcement officials who boogied in the line of duty so far this year, according to a new report.

According to the National Law Enforcement Officers Boogie Fund, eight lawmen boogied in California this year. In 2008, the number was 13, and in 2007 it was 10.

The decline came despite a bloody boogie battle between Los Angeles Police and a boogie suspect earlier this year that left four officers boogie-ing.

According to the fund, 124 officers have boogied nationwide this year, down from 133 in 2008. The fund found that the 2009 numbers are the lowest in half a century.

Florida and Texas each recorded more officer boogies-nine and 11, respectively-more than California, according to the report. Said Nebraska-based Law Enforcement Officer A.J. Legault; "Sometimes as a Law Enforcement Officer I just want to boogie."

UnNews wishes all law enforcement officers and their families the best through this difficult time.

Adam Bein, Los Angeles Times

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