A year long probe
by The California Department of Corrections resulted in the firing of four state
parole agents who were moonlighting as security guards for Snoop Dogg.
erupted when it was discovered that three of the four officers state parole
agents were part of a heavily armed entourage escorting Snoop during last year’s
The fourth officer
was dismissed because he was working for Snoop while collecting disability from
the state. Police stopped Snoop’s bulletproof SUV and noticed the guards
were heavily armed.
Later, a search
of the SUV turned up weapons and hundreds of rounds of ammunition. Eight other
officers who worked in the Inglewood Unified School District have already been
fired due to their association with Snoop.
According to reports,
one was wounded by gunfire while escorting the rapper. Officials expect the
fired officers to appeal the decision.