The report of a school police officer shot last week touched off one of the largest Los Angeles-area manhunts in recent memory and forced thousands of students to remain in their classrooms for hours as officers searched for the attacker. Now law enforcement officials allege Officer Jeffrey Stenroos was lying when he said a gunman shot him in the chest as he patrolled near a San Fernando Valley high school Jan. 19th, the Associated Press reports. He was arrested Thursday night on suspicion of filing a false police report.

"The current state of the investigation refutes Stenroos' initial account of the...

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