TRENTON, N.J. (CBSNewYork) – New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has pardoned 10 people, including a former police officer who obstructed justice.

As WCBS 880’s Kelly Waldron reported, this was Christie’s single largest batch of clemency orders in his eight years in office.

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Most of the people were pardoned for drug or weapons-related offenses.

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But former Mount Olive police officer Ryan Eastridge was another story.

He lost his job in 2014 and pleaded guilty to an obstruction of justice charge after accessing a federal criminal database as a favor to a neighbor, Waldron reported.

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The neighbor wanted to know whether there was an arrest warrant for one of his employees. When he found out there was, he tried to help the employee evade arrest.