Who would have believed it

FourthAmendment blog reports a new case:
Police reports were "deceptive and deficient," but the court believes officer without a credibility determination:  Ties go to the runner, or the government. The court finds the officer deceptive and believes him anyway because of a presumption police officers tell the truth [even when their reports are "deceptive and deficient"]. United States v. Jauregui-Barrajas, 2010 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 19064 (D. Ariz. January 13, 2010).