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Charlottesville Va. ABC adjusts policies in wake of U.Va. student arrest

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Posted: Friday, October 18, 2013 12:00 am

CHARLOTTESVILLE Virginia’s Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control has issued a general order changing policies after a public outcry erupted over the case of a University of Virginia student confronted by a half-dozen undercover agents in a parking lot after a crate of water was mistaken for beer.

Obtained Thursday by The Daily Progress, the directive to all ABC law enforcement personnel requires, among other things, that agents who point a weapon at someone or damage property in the line of duty complete use-of-force reports. The two-page document also lays out an upcoming general order requiring plans to be filed for operations involving five or more agents.

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