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LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) - The Arkansas Ethics Commission says there's probable cause that a state police captain who provided security for former Razorbacks head coach Bobby Petrino broke the law when he accepted tickets and a Sugar Bowl ring from Arkansas' football program. A settlement offer signed this month by Capt. Jeffrey King says the commission found probable cause that King broke the law by receiving gifts intended to reward him for doing his job. King has not been charged. Prosecutor John Threet says he's not aware of a criminal allegation against King, who filed a complaint against himself earlier this year.
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