It costs more to train and equip new police officers than it does to pay them. 

That’s why veteran police officers are a valuable commodity.

But in Florida, a 4-year deputy being honored by Mothers Against Drunk Driving for making more than 100 DUI arrests was too intoxicated to pick up his award.

Pinellas County deputy Michael Szeliga arrived at a statewide police training event “ready to party,” according to WFLA.

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