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Old 04-28-2014, 12:21 PM   #2121
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Will the suspension turn him to a good cop or to a more sly cop?
no, it will just make him a slightly poorer, bitter cop, that won't make that same mistake again.
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that officer was in fear of his safety; do you know how dangerous people that are handcuffed and held down can be? they need a good smack in the face else the officer might get hurt.
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Alameda County deputy was speeding when he hit, killed pedestrian, CHP says - Inside Bay Area

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A sheriff's deputy was driving almost 20 mph over the speed limit with no siren or emergency lights on last year when his cruiser struck two pedestrians, killing one and injuring the other, according to the California Highway Patrol.

Valdemar Flores Rosas was pronounced dead in the street after the April 19, 2013, accident at Mission Boulevard and Cherry Way, north of Hayward. His companion, Delia Delgadillo, was injured.

Rosas' family has filed a wrongful-death lawsuit against Alameda County, and Delgadillo is suing for head and other injuries.

Deputy Jonathan Hamm was driving 53 mph in a 35 mph zone on Mission when his car struck Rosas and Delgadillo, according to the CHP investigation report. He told investigators he was driving around 40 mph and that he routinely drives about 5 mph over the speed limit.

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Pembroke Pines officer charged after stealing watch from burglar - WSVN-TV - 7NEWS Miami Ft. Lauderdale News, Weather, Deco

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Police have arrested and charged a police officer after he was captured on surveillance video stealing a watch from a jewelry store that was robbed by thieves.

Pembroke Pines police officer, 37-year-old Kevin Burgs, was one of several officers who responded to a break-in at the Jared, The Galleria of Jewelry store at 11077 Pines Boulevard on Feb. 5.

That morning suspects had come through the store's ceiling in the Pembroke Lakes Square shopping center and stole an estimated $75,000 worth of jewelry, according to investigators. The men fled the scene before police arrived.

According to the Pembroke Pines Police Department, Burgs was captured on surveillance video carrying a ladder around the store. On another surveillance, two watches are seen on the floor. Burgs is seen putting down the ladder to pick up his gun. As he picks up the gun and leaves the store, only one watch remains.

Investigators said they found the nearly $8,000 watch inside Burgs police cruiser.

Burgs has been charged with grand theft. Burgs has pleaded not guilty.

He has been suspended without pay. A scheduling hearing is set for July 17.
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...About 15 minutes later, he got out of the vehicle with a large wooden stick and again refused to follow commands, the department stated. He then ran down to the beach where he was first shot with "rubber bullets" then proceed to fire lethal ammunition.
They might have been aiming for the police dog and missed...

now read an officer's report:

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In an attempt to detain the suspect, deputies said they shot the man with a bean bag. The stunt bag had no effect on the suspect, and he again ran. The suspect then took on Long Beach Police Department officers, who were assisting.

It was at this time a LBPD officer-involved shooting occurred.
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Old 04-29-2014, 09:09 AM   #2127
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Former officer gets probation for planting drugs in ex-wife's vehicle - The Eagle: Local News

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According to testimony from Jeremy Kidd, a former police informant, the drugs were placed under Laura Covington's pickup by Kidd, who told jurors he was asked to plant the drugs by Justin Barham, Jeff Covington's co-defendant, who also worked as an officer for the Madisonville Police Department.

The DPS trooper who arrested Laura Covington testified for the state, saying Jeff Covington provided the specific location the trooper would find drugs if he were to stop and search her vehicle.

During the four-day trial, prosecutors asserted that Jeff Covington, who was in a child custody battle with his ex-wife, had Barham work with Kidd to plant the drugs on Laura Covington.

James argued the evidence didn't prove his client had anything to do with the drugs found on Laura Covington.
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‘Officer, You’re Under Arrest’: Tables Turned on 2 Dozen Detroit Cops - Police & Fire - Dearborn, MI Patch

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Nearly two dozen Detroit police officers will be suspended for an unspecified amount of time because they have outstanding arrest warrants, mostly for unpaid parking violations in the suburbs.

The warrants arent for criminal offenses, Detroit Police Sgt. Michael Woody told The Detroit News. The newspaper cited a police source who said 23 officers were suspended, a number Woody couldnt confirm. In addition to parking violations, the offenses may also have involved a couple of moving violations, he said.
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recurring theme: fat cop is fat and likes to murder.

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Old 04-29-2014, 01:29 PM   #2130
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A homeless, mentally ill veteran spent 11 years in prison after Chicago police withheld exonerating evidence and coerced him into confessing to a rape in a downtown courtroom that never happened, the man claims in court.
Carl Chatman sued Chicago, 15 police officers, Assistant State's Attorney Brian Holmes, and others, in Federal Court.
"Carl Chatman spent more than eleven years in prison for a rape he did not commit," the complaint states.
"Not only did Mr. Chatman not commit the rape for which he was wrongfully convicted, but the rape never even occurred at all. The purported victim made up an account of having been raped in Chicago's Daley Center so that she could bring a lawsuit for money damage against the company responsible for the building's security.
"This marked the second time this same woman had fabricated rape charges in order to bring a legal action against a building security company for illicit financial gain.

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Chatman seeks punitive damages for forced self-incrimination, malicious prosecution, conspiracy, failure to intervene, emotional distress, and defamation.
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Old 04-29-2014, 01:31 PM   #2131
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Police Knew That Radar Guns Were Reporting Higher Speeds, Kept Giving Tickets | The Free Thought Project

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“I was told, ‘Let’s not make any noise about this, we’ll get it fixed at some point,’” said Aaron Smith, a former fleet operations manager for the McKinney police.

Radars have been used for years and it was officer Aaron Smith’s job to keep those radars in check at the department. Smith said he started to see some irregularities in radar readings after he drove the patrol units starting in June of 2013.

“I started noticing these anomalies where target speeds would be completely out of the norm,” Smith said. He noticed that the radars would show a target driver going 65 miles per hour, when they were going closer to 45 miles per hour.

McKinney Assistant Police Chief Joe Ellenburg is aware of Smith’s concerns and said it was a concern that was addressed internally.



“He brought that to the attention of his supervisor, and his supervisor said, ‘Let’s go forth and fix it,’” Ellenburg said.

And in public records obtained by News 8, there are September e-mails from Smith’s supervisor writing, “Let’s get this corrected after October.” But Smith said nothing happened.

Maybe when the McKinney police sort all of this out, they will look into the citations issued with these faulty radars and return the money that was extorted from those people under false pretense. Maybe the cows will come home too.
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Old 04-30-2014, 10:02 AM   #2132
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I-Team: I-80 cash seizures by sheriff's office raises questions - 8 News NOW

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Deputy Dove: "Well, I'm gonna search that vehicle first, ok?"
Nguyen: "Hey, what's the reason you're searching my car?"
Deputy Dove: "Because I'm talking to you ... well, no, I don't have to explain that to you. I'm not going to explain that to you, but I am gonna put my drug dog on that (pointing to money). If my dog alerts, I'm seizing the money. You can try to get it back but you're not."
Nguyen: (inaudible) got it in Vegas."
Deputy Dove: "Good luck proving it. Good luck proving it. You'll burn it up in attorney fees before we give it back to you."

But Dove never seizes the money under state forfeiture law, instead he offers Nguyen a deal. Abandon the cash and you can leave with the cashiers checks. Otherwise, Dove will confiscate the cash anyway and tow the car because Nguyen's name isn't on the rental agreement.

Deputy Dove: "It's your call. If you want to walk away, you can take the cashiers checks, the car and everything and you can bolt and you're on your way. But you're gonna be walking away from this money and abandoning it.

"Our sheriff and our DA have said there's no wrongdoing here," said Dee Holzel.

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Critics believe deputies have been avoiding court oversight by leaning on drivers to abandon their cash rather than seizing it and giving warnings rather than tickets.

"If they're given a ticket, they got to show up in court and say, 'hey, wait a minute, I wasn't speeding and besides that, this guy took my dough,'" said John Ohlson, Nguyen's attorney.

The I-Team caught up with Deputy Dove at a K9 training event in Winnemucca, but Dove declined a television interview. The sheriff's office released a photo of Dove with Nguyen's money following the traffic stop, saying the money would be used to help fight crime. However, the money was eventually returned to Nguyen along with $10,000 in attorney fees after Nguyen sued the department.

"An armed person stops a traveler and demands the traveler's money and tells the traveler that unless he gets in his car and moves on down the road and forgets all about it, he's going to take his car too. I would say that's pretty close to what you're describing as highway robbery," Ohlson said.
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Cop Allegedly 'Fought Back A Smile' After Fatally Shooting Friendly Dog

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He said the officer watched him tie Arzy to a nearby fence with a 3 1/2-foot leash before Thierbach handcuffed both men, ordered them to the ground facing away from Arzy, and asked, "Is this dog going to bite me or attack me?"

"No," Carpenter said he responded. "He is an incredibly friendly dog."

Twenty seconds later, Carpenter told HuffPost, he heard a single shot.

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"The dog was rubbing up against the cop," Midkiff said. "He would rub the dog's back and then push him away. All of a sudden, he just jumped down and shot the dog in the head."

Midkiff said he could see both Thierbach and the dog clearly. "That dog did not bite that officer," he said. "The dog was wagging his tail, his tongue was hanging out."

Carpenter said he spun around when he heard the gunshot. "I see my dog kind of start shaking and batting at his head," he said. "I saw the blood start to run down his face. … I'm watching my dog die while I'm sitting in cuffs."

Thierbach, Carpenter told HuffPost, "seemed to be fighting back a smile." He said he asked the cop why he was smiling, and that Thierbach "smirked" and replied, "Well, he nipped at my foot."

Backup officers put Arzy's body in a trash bag and threw it into the back of a vehicle, Carpenter said. According to the Southwest Daily News, police charged Carpenter and Laliberte with trespassing and kept them in jail for a few hours.

Midkiff said he watched as other officers questioned Thierbach about the shooting. Within about 15 minutes, he said, Thierbach's story changed. He first claimed to have been bitten on the calf, then on the back of his heel. Later, another officer took a photograph of his toe.
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Former officer takes plea deal

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Fields was accused of drugging a 9-year-old girl, who told authorities he gave her a controlled substance, which caused her to have slurred speech and to be unsteady on her feet.

Blood tests revealed the presence of the controlled substance in her system. The incident reportedly took place at Fields' Ashland City home.

The other case involved a 15-year-old girl, who was 13 when the incident occurred.

Fields was also accused of sexually assaulting the girl, whom he was babysitting.
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Chillicothe Police Deny Excessive Force After Man Was Injured At Jail | WBNS-10TV Columbus, Ohio

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Video obtained by 10TV shows a handcuffed man slammed to the ground and knocked unconscious by a Chillicothe police officer.

But city officials say it's not excessive force.

Matt Mitchell was arrested early Saturday morning after an officer says he found Mitchell apparently drunk and urinating on a Downtown building.

Wednesday, 10tv showed you how Matt Mitchell's weekend encounter with Chillicothe police ended: with him unconscious, airlifted to a Columbus hospital.

Now we know how it began: with a belligerent Mitchell cuffed in the back of a Chillicothe Police cruiser, swearing at the officer who arrested him, and the officer responding in kind.

Their exchange was captured on cruiser camera.
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Dallas officer indicted in shooting of mentally ill man | wfaa.com Dallas - Fort Worth

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A Dallas County grand jury has indicted a former police officer who shot a mentally ill disabled man, according to several sources with knowledge of the situation.
The man was standing still with a knife in his hand last October when he was shot.

Cardan Spencer was indicted in the shooting of Bobby Bennett, who survived. Spencer will likely face an aggravated assault charge. News 8 first broke the story last October after a neighbor’s surveillance video showed the original police account was inaccurate.
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Law student calls out cops, gets ‘wrongfully’ cuffed: lawsuit | New York Post

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The aspiring lawyer was shocked to see the officers pull into the prohibited parking area that they had just cleared out.

The officers clambered out of their cruiser and headed over to a nearby food truck for some noshing, according to the suit.

Richt approached NYPD officers Graham Braithwaite and Jason Pinero and quizzed them about the apparent double standard.

“Plaintiff asked the officers whether they thought what they had done was right,” the suit states. “Kicking a civilian’s car out of a bus stop so that they could park there just to get food.”

Richt claims that he asked the question in a respectful manner and was not “yelling or shouting,” according to court papers.

Braithwaite tried to shoo Richt away – but he wasn’t taking no for an answer.

“Plaintiff responded by asking whether he wasn’t allowed to ask a question of a police officer,” the suit states.

Braithwaite then demanded Richt’s identification – but the student asked if they had the right to make the request.

That’s when Braithwaite slapped handcuffs on Richt and tossed him into the back of the cruiser for a ride to the 61st Precinct, papers state.

While Pinero lobbied his peeved partner to release Richt, Braithwaite resisted.

Richt claims that Braithwaite repeatedly asked him “who the f–k do you think you are?” along with other curses during the ride, the suit states.

When Richt made more legal inquiries at the station, cops told him “it’s none of your f—–g business,” according to the complaint.

After placing him in a cell for an hour and a half, Braithwaite slapped Richt with a pair of disorderly conduct citations – but the raps were eventually dropped after the officer failed to show up for a hearing, the suit states.
Richt is now concerned that the arrest will wreck his legal career before it even starts.

He “has reason to fear that the arrest may interfere with his ability to secure admission to the Bar when he graduates law school and to obtain employment as an attorney,” his complaint states.

Richt and his attorney, Joel Berger, declined to comment on the case.

A city law department spokesman said they will review the case after being served.
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Jury Awards $10 Million In Wrongful Death Suit Against Plainville Police - Courant.com

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After two days of deliberations, a jury found Monday that two Plainville police officers were negligent in their handling of Tiana Notice's complaints against her ex-boyfriend, James Carter, who fatally stabbed her in 2009.

The jury awarded $10 million to Notice's estate, which is administered by her father, Alvin Notice.

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Carter stabbed the 25-year-old graduate student on Feb. 14, 2009, outside her apartment.

According to the lawsuit, "For the five weeks between the issuance of the restraining order and her murder, Tiana did everything in her power to persuade the police to protect her from Carter based on his persistent, threatening conduct."

Testimony began April 1 in Superior Court. The jury began deliberating late Thursday afternoon.

Scott Karsten, one of two lawyers who represented Plainville, said the town is confident the verdict will be overturned.
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This is the official announcement, by law, of a sobriety checkpoint for May 2nd in Clarkesville, TN:

Sobriety checkpoint on Highway 48 this week | ClarksvilleNow.com

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MONTGOMERY COUNTY – The Tennessee Highway Patrol will conduct sobriety roadside safety checkpoints during the week of Friday, May 2 on State Highway 48 in Montgomery County

Troopers will concentrate their efforts on drivers who violate the driver license laws of Tennessee.

THP says driver license roadside safety checkpoints are an effective means of enforcing driver license laws of Tennessee while ensuring the protection of all motorists.
I'm trying to figure out what part of "concentrate their efforts on drivers who violate the driver license laws" has to do with sobriety. This checkpoint, by admission, is unconsitutional and illegal.
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