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Suspended Georgia sheriff has his ‘Black Hawk’ cruiser added to Grand Theft Auto-like game


Suspended Clayton County Sheriff Vincent Hill is apparently spending his off-time promoting his job to a youthful crowd.

According to Fox 5, Sheriff Hill’s ‘Black Hawk’ police cruiser was uploaded to the LSPDFR, an online video game that’s modeled after the hit game series Grand Theft Auto.

The car now sits in the fictional video game town of Los Santos, which is a parody of Southern California.

The ‘skin’ wasn’t created or designed by Sheriff Hill, but the images were provided to a gamer by the suspended sheriff.

The gamer is also seeking to add other metro-Atlanta police vehicles to the game.

Hill still has plenty of time to play the game as himself. He was suspended in June 2021 by Governor Brian Kemp for violating the civil rights of inmates by strapping them into chairs for hours at a time. The sheriff is fighting the charges.

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