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Old 07-29-2014, 10:36 AM   #2621
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$1.2 million for family of H.S. sports star gunned down by police | Early & Often

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icago taxpayers will spend $1.2 million to compensate the family of a high school sports star with good grades who was shot in the back by an off-duty police officer.

The settlement, expected to be approved by the City Council’s Finance Committee on Tuesday and by the full Council on Wednesday, stems from the Sept. 11, 2009 shooting death of 17-year-old Corey Harris.

Harris was the father of an infant daughter and the captain of the baseball and basketball teams at Dyett High School when he was gunned down after a late-afternoon chase.

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They claimed that an off-duty officer saw Harris shooting someone at 69th and King Drive and that the teenager ran when the officer took off in his vehicle in pursuit of Harris.

After Harris ran several blocks to the 6800 block of South Eberhart, police claimed that Harris pointed a gun at the officer and was shot by the officer in self-defense. A .40-caliber handgun was recovered nearby.

After an autopsy, the Cook County medical examiner’s office ruled that Harris died of a gunshot wound to the back.
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Old 07-29-2014, 10:37 AM   #2622
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Man Goes to Jail for Public Intoxication, Comes Out Looking Like He Went Through a Meat Grinder | The Free Thought Project



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Jason Bishop, 38, is claiming that he was a victim of police brutality after spending a night in the Denton City Jail for public intoxication.

Bishop is a street vendor that was hanging out as his normal spot when officer Clint Webb approached.

“When the officer approached me, I told him I had a couple of sips of vodka, but I was drinking raspberry Sprite from a Pita Pit cup at the time,” Bishop said. “He asked if anything was in the cup and I told him just soda. He did find a water bottle on top of my pack with vodka inside.”

“I was just on the ground blindsided after that,” he said of his arrest by Webb. “He really jerked me around.”

Bishop was taken into custody early Saturday morning on suspicion of public intoxication, a misdemeanor. Police say that Bishop refused to sign the paperwork once he was brought into jail.

That is the last thing that Bishop says he remembers.

What happened next was caught on the jail’s surveillance video, which has not yet been released to the public, but has led to Denton cop, Darius Porter, being placed on paid administrative leave.
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Old 07-29-2014, 10:38 AM   #2623
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Police Accidentally Run Over And Kill The Naked Man They Were Looking For: LAist

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Two LAPD officers were searching for a reported naked man running through the streets Sunday night, but only found him when they accidentally ran over him.

The man, described as white and in his 50s to 60s, was said to be near Hillcrest Drive and West Adams Boulevard in South L.A. at about 10:20 p.m., KTLA reports. Two officers drove to the area to look for him.

Near Buckingham Road and West Adams Boulevard, the officers allegedly did not see that the man was lying in the road and accidentally ran him over. He was wearing a pair of tennis shoes and nothing else at the time.
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2nd Fla. sheriff's deputy sentenced to prison in $1.2B Ponzi scheme operated by Broward lawyer

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A second former Broward Sheriff's Office deputy has been sentenced to prison for falsely arresting a woman as part of a $1.2 billion Ponzi scheme operated by a disbarred lawyer.

A federal judge on Thursday sentenced Jeff Poole to a year and a day behind bars for a civil rights conspiracy conviction. Poole had faced up to 10 years but got less because he cooperated with prosecutors.

Court documents show Ponzi schemer Scott Rothstein used high-level contacts in the sheriff's office to have Poole arrest the ex-wife of one of Rothstein's friends on trumped-up drug charges. The friend wanted to use the arrest in a child custody battle.

Former BSO Lt. David Benjamin got five years behind bars for ordering the arrest.

Rothstein is serving 50 years for the scam.
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Old 07-29-2014, 10:40 AM   #2625
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GA police officer resigns after shooting man's dog | savannahnow.com

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DeKalb County police say an office has resigned after shooting a man's dog in the face and blocking him from seeking medical help.

Chief James Conroy told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution (Atlanta News: DeKalb Police shoot "friendly" German shepherd | www.ajc.com ) he accepted the officer's resignation Monday and the shooting is under investigation.
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Old 07-29-2014, 10:41 AM   #2626
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Former police chief sentenced for making false report - KFVS12 News & Weather Cape Girardeau, Carbondale, Poplar Bluff

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A former Perryville police chief was sentenced on Wednesday, July 23 in connection with charges of making a false report.

Keith Tarrillion was sentenced to 180 days in jail and a year of probation for suspended execution of sentence. He will serve 10 days in jail and turn in his police license and certification.

Forgery charges were dropped as part of a plea deal.

Tarrillion resigned in March 2013 after a complaint was filed within the police department alleging misconduct.
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Old 07-29-2014, 10:43 AM   #2627
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Former North Olmsted police officer sentenced to five days in jail | cleveland.com

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NORTH OLMSTED, Ohio – Former North Olmsted police officer Christopher Fox, who held a New Year's Eve 2013 party at his home attended by dozens of teenagers, was sentenced to five days in jail, given three years probation and fined $500.

Fox previously pleaded no contest to allowing underage drinking, a first-degree misdemeanor.

Rocky River Municipal Court Judge Donna Fitzsimmons ordered Fox on Tuesday to attend Alcoholics Anonymous meetings and abstain from alcohol during his probation.

Police reports said around 60 people - many of whom were underage - were inside Fox's house when officers arrived in the early morning of Jan. 1, 2013 to investigate a report of people fighting in his front yard.

Court probation officer Judy Nash said Fox told her during a probation interview that he kicked everyone out of the house at one point, but many snuck back in while he was sleeping.

She said he stated that he tried his best to keep those not old enough to drink upstairs and away from alcohol in the basement.
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Old 07-29-2014, 10:43 AM   #2628
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Seminole County deputy charged with soliciting minor | Local News - WESH Home

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A Seminole County deputy accused of soliciting a 17-year-old girl for sex was arrested on a warrant in Indian River County on Thursday.

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David Rodriguez, 28, was charged with lewd computer solicitation of a child, according to investigators.

Deputies say they received a tip from the father of a 17-year-old girl that Rodriguez had solicited the girl for sex via Facebook in June.

The father looked at his daughter's Facebook account and saw conversations between the two about meeting up for sex, the arrest affidavit said.

Rodriguez knew the girl since she was 6 years old through martial arts tournaments that they both attended, according to the arrest warrant.
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Old 07-29-2014, 10:57 AM   #2629
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Spavinaw police chief placed on administrative leave following molestation allegations - Grove Sun - Delaware County Journal: News

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SPAVINAW — A Mayes County police chief who is accused of molesting two teenage girls has been put on paid administrative leave, Spavinaw Mayor Jim Winn said on Friday, July 25.

Spavinaw Police Chief Clarence Gregory Sr., 75, is charged in Mayes County District Court with two counts of lewd molestation. He is accused of inappropriately touching two girls over a seven-year period, according to a probable cause affidavit.

“This is such a shock,” Winn said, referring to Gregory’s legal troubles.

Gregory told investigators he “was trying to instruct them (the girls) on what to not let boys do to them,” court records indicate. He was released on July 25 on $100,000 bond, records show.
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Candidate for Maui mayor Tasered by police - Hawaii News Now - KGMB and KHNL

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WAILUKU, MAUI (HawaiiNewsNow) - A candidate for Maui County mayor was Tasered by police who were trying to arrest him Wednesday morning.

A bystander recorded cell phone video of a police officer trying to arrest Beau Hawkes outside the Old Wailuku Court House building. The officer can be heard telling Hawkes to put his hands behind his back, and that he is under arrest. Hawkes takes off, with the officer in pursuit as he runs down Wells Street.

"C'mon cop! You can't do this!" Hawkes can be heard yelling. He then stops, then changes direction, going back up the road.

The officer pulls out a Taser and warns Hawkes: "You're being tazed! You're being tazed!" A moment later, the officer fires the Taser, which strikes Hawkes, who appears to fall face-first on the pavement just out of the camera frame.

Hawkes said the incident actually began earlier that morning, when he was pulled over on Haleakala Highway for using a cell phone while driving and driving without license plates. The Makawao man claims that cell phone ban is illegal because it was not approved with a vote "by the people," and that he is an "independent private person."
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Howard county Missouri sheriff department came to my home and murdered one of our family dogs, on our land while we were not home. King escaped the fence, and there was a claim that a "white and brown" dog was possibly trying to attack another dog in the neighborhood. King is not white and brown, King is white and blue, lives with another dog, a cat, and 3 children. He had been socialized with other dogs, and is trained. Of course the sheriff claims that or dog was vicious and wouldn't let him out of his vehicle... tell me, if he was trapped in his vehicle, how is my dog in the middle of my yard with 2 bullet wounds in the center of his neck and back? Why was there no note left? Why did they leave our murdered dog laying in our yard for us to find? King escaped the fence a few weeks ago, and the same sheriff was called out, met king, and deemed him not viscous, not a threat. In the first encounter he was scared because king was doing what all dogs do, bark. Once Rob arrived, King stopped barking, and followed commands. The sheriff left, after telling Rob that king was a normal dog, only doing what he was supposed to do. He also found that it was not our dog that the complaint was on. Now my dog lays in my yard filled with bullets, put in him by the same sheriff. My children and my husband are distraught, I am lost, angry, and sick. Rest in peace sweet king a roo... they will not get away with this!

*UPDATE* Rob went out to collect the body, and in turning king over, he finds several more bullet holes. Non in the neck or head, only in his side. They murdered my baby for target practice! This officer unloaded almost a full clip in king, and let him lay there to bleed out and suffer!
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Harker Heights: Veteran K-9 Officer Leaves Department After Theft Arrest

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A veteran Harker Heights K-9 officer has turned in his badge and gun after a misdemeanor arrest stemming from the theft of three pairs of Oakley sunglasses from a Sunglass Hut store in Round Rock.

Christopher Villella was arrested by Round Rock police on July 10, and was later released from the Williamson County jail after posting bond on a class A misdemeanor charge of theft over $500, but under $1,500.
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Houston police officer opens fire at wanted man hiding in trash can on south side | abc13.com

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A Houston police officer claimed he was forced to fire after a wanted man popped out of a trash can. This all started around 8pm on Sunday.

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Officers told Eyewitness News the car crashed near 3100 Airport Blvd and the driver and passenger ran off. HPD tracked them down to a house at 3100 Dacca Drive, just a few blocks over. When the police officers went looking for the men, he explained one of the them popped out of a trash can in the backyard. That's when the officer opened fire, saying he feared for his life.

Bullets missed the man in the trash can. Both he and his accomplice were arrested.
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Bratton: Democracy Is All About Showing Police Respect | Simple Justice

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A violation of the law is a violation of the law [According to Mayor de Blasio and Police Commissioner Bratton]. That cuts both ways.
Commissioner Bratton added, “It’s important that when an officer does approach you to correct your behavior, that you respect them. That’s what democracy’s all about.”
This is self-serving demagoguery at its worst. No, this is not what democracy is all about. Not at all. Police are not empowered to “correct your behavior.” They are not given shields and guns to walk the streets teaching the groundlings to behave in a manner that pleases the sovereign. And no, we are not duty-bound to show police respect. Respect is something that must be earned, not demanded upon pain of death. Indeed, we have a right to be disrespectful, though the likelihood of contempt of cop being met with pain is obvious.

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Sure, it would have been no more than a sound bite, good for a press conference with the Mayor, but at least it wouldn’t be as aggressive, as offensive, as wrong, as saying that a democracy is all about the people being respectful and compliant with his cops. Or die.
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That Big Investigation of SDPD Isn’t Actually an Investigation | Voice of San Diego

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Expectations are high for the Justice Department’s review of the San Diego Police Department.

Mayor Kevin Faulconer, Police Chief Shelley Zimmerman and other have billed it as an “independent audit,” a deep dive to get to the bottom of officer misconduct problems that have plagued the department the past three years.

Except it won’t be. What’s happening isn’t an audit or even an investigation of the department. It’s simply a review of SDPD’s policies. Officials at the firm doing the review took great pains to emphasize that at a community forum in Sherman Heights last week.

“We’ve not an investigative body,” said Kristen Hughes, a senior research associate at the Police Executive Research Forum, or PERF, which is conducting the review. “We’re a research organization.”
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SWAT officer shot in the face breaking into window during no-knock raid | Police State USA

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A police officer suffered fatal injuries while performing a pre-dawn no-knock raid on a local residence to search for drugs. Several officers were shot by a resident as they tried to enter an apartment through a ground-level window under the cover of darkness.

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Marvin Louis Guy, age 50, is being held in the Killeen City Jail on a $3 million bond. His charges include 3 counts of attempted capital murder. He has not yet been charged with Dinwiddie’s death.

It is unclear how Mr. Guy could have reasonably made the differentiation, with a split-second’s notice, between police officers and criminal home invaders breaking into his window.

Marvin Lewis Guy has been charged with 3 counts of attempted capital murder. Marvin Lewis Guy has been charged with 3 counts of attempted capital murder.

Police spent 12 hours combing the house for evidence of drugs. No drugs were listed on the evidence sheet. They did seize a laptop, a safe, a pistol, and a glass pipe, according to documents obtained by KWTX.

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Is it worth risking one’s life to take narcotics out of the hands of eager users? Is this a cause that decent people can continue to support in light of all the innocents killed in the process? Furthermore, are these no-knock raids, which pit police officers against drowsy citizens in the most dangerous manner possible, a responsible tactic of law enforcement?

If people truly value the lives of police officers, they will stop carelessly throwing their lives away by sending them on misguided missions using irresponsible tactics. There is no reason Officer Dinwiddie had to die, because there was no reason for police to show up at that home in the first place.
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