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Former Glendora police officer charged with possession of drugs

Prosecutors charged a former Glendora police officer today with possession of methamphetamines for the purpose of sale.

Timothy Radogna, 33, was arrested this morning in connection with an incident last September in which he allegedly stole hundreds of dollars from the Police Department and was found to have narcotics in his possession.

Prosecutors did not specify how much they allege Radogna stole but said it was more than the $400 required to qualify as felony grand theft.

If convicted of all charges, Radogna would face a maximum term of nine years and eight months in state prison.

--Richard Winton

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