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Clerk Refuses to Complete Transaction for West Richland Police Officer

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WEST RICHLAND, Wash. - The West Richland Police Department says on Tuesday, December 15 an employee at Circle K refused to complete a transaction for an off-duty police officer.

It happened at the store located at 3957 W. Van Giesen St. The department says it is working to contact the owner or manager of the store to talk about the situation with them. 

The West Richland Police Deparment says it takes pride in its relationship with citizens and local businesses and realizes this is something that thankfully does not occur often. 

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