Earlier this month, PINAC correspondent Raymond Rodden submitted a public records request to the Tucson Police Department. He then received a voicemail from the public records department stating he could inspect the records he requested as they were now available, so Rodden went down to the police station.

But as soon as he entered, he was informed he was banned from the building.

“You know you’re not allowed in the building, right?” Tucson police officer R. Parrish said.

The cops apparently had an issue with him filing an internal affairs complaint against one of their officers who assaulted Rodden last month for recording a DUI traffic stop, not that they ever admitted it.

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