Police: Man Lied on Officer Application

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OLYPHANT -- A police officer in Lackawanna County was in court Monday facing charges after investigators said he lied about a prior arrest to get a job as a cop.

Authorities said Dean Argenta of Olyphant lied about a conviction during his application process to be an Olyphant police officer.

Police said he violated a protection from abuse order in 2000.

The conviction means Argenta cannot have a firearm and is not allowed to be a police officer.

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