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Old 08-04-2015, 01:14 PM   #5461
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wanna feel like a big man? get a badge and act like a third grader.

oh and draw your weapon in a feeble attempt to look like a big kid.


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Prior to pulling out my camera and hitting record this cop pulled slowly into my court then just stopped infront of my house for a good 30 seconds while I was trying to hook my boat up to my Excursion. I stood up and just watched him. He ever so slowly pulled away, circled the court opposite my house and then just parked facing my house. After an honest couple of minutes I pulled out my camera and pressed record. As minor as some would say it was, when I saw his gun gripped in his hand I really thought he was going to shoot me and claim my hand was in my pocket
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"go ahead and put it on youtube, I dont care [about being a menacing bully who only got this job to kill people.]"


and just fYI:

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CAL. PEN. CODE 417 : California Code – Section 417:

(2) Every person who, except in self-defense, in the presence of any other person, draws or exhibits any firearm, whether loaded or unloaded, in a rude, angry, or threatening manner, or who in any manner, unlawfully uses a firearm in any fight or quarrel is punishable as follows:

(A) If the violation occurs in a public place and the firearm is a pistol, revolver, or other firearm capable of being concealed upon the person, by imprisonment in a county jail for not less than three months and not more than one year, by a fine not to exceed one thousand dollars ($1,000), or by both that fine and imprisonment.

(B) In all cases other than that set forth in subparagraph (A), a misdemeanor, punishable by imprisonment in a county jail for not less than three months.

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Old 08-04-2015, 01:23 PM   #5462
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this is why you don't to police:

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I'll try to keep this short. On July 3rd of this year I was walking home from the bus stop when the police stopped me. He said the reason he stopped me was for Jay Walking. I did it. He ask for my Id and as an innocent person with nothing to hide I gave it to him. He went back to the car to run my ID.

When he comes back ( he found nothing when he ran my ID ) he tells me I fit the description of a person who was wanted for shop lifting from a local Staples store. He said he saw a photo of the suspect and it looked like me. He said that someone tried to steal an Apple Tablet. I told him I had been in that store, trying to kill time waiting for a bus, and that I had looked at the computers but I sure as heck did not try to steal anything. He left and said he would keep in touch. A week went by and I heard nothing from him so I figured I should just forget it.

Well a week ago my name comes up on the facebook feed of the police Dept saying that I had been arrested for shop lifting, a 4th degree offense - N.J.S. 2C:20 - 11C(3). It said I try to remove a security Device with a screw driver. I go down to the police station to sort this out and the only sorting out they did was to finger print me and tell me I have a court appearance late in August.

I am freaking out. I know you guys don't know me but I am totally innocent of this charge. I did not try to steal anything at all. I sure as heck did not have a screw driver with me.

What is next? I am very poor and I can not afford a lawyer. Should I look for free legal service. What will happen at this first appearance that I have to make in late August? Should I start watching old Perry Mason episodes to build my defense?

to be fair this guy probably did it.
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Old 08-04-2015, 01:29 PM   #5463
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wanna kill someone and cover up the crime? be a cop. it's legal and shruggable.

Alabama officer kept job after proposal to murder black man and hide evidence | US news | The Guardian

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A police officer in Alabama proposed murdering a black resident and creating bogus evidence to suggest the killing was in self-defence, the Guardian has learned.

Officer Troy Middlebrooks kept his job and continues to patrol Alexander City after authorities there paid the man $35,000 to avoid being publicly sued over the incident. Middlebrooks, a veteran of the US marines, said the man “needs a god damn bullet” and allegedly referred to him as “that ------”, after becoming frustrated that the man was not punished more harshly over a prior run-in.

The payment was made to the black resident, Vincent Bias, after a secret recording of Middlebrooks’s remarks was played to police chiefs and the mayor. Elected city councillors said they were not consulted. A copy of the recording was obtained by the Guardian.

“This town is ridiculous,” Bias, 49, said in an interview. “The police here feel they can do what they want, and often they do.” Alexander City police chief Willie Robinson defended Middlebrooks. “He was just talking. He didn’t really mean that,” he said in an interview.

Within months of the recording, Middlebrooks was the first officer to respond to a controversial fatal shooting by a colleague of an unarmed black man in the city. He was closely involved in handling the scene and gave a key account of what happened to state investigators. His fellow officer was eventually cleared of any wrongdoing and both men continue to police the city of about 15,000 people about 55 miles north-east of Montgomery.

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Middlebrooks allegedly went on to say “the police were going to pull [Bias] aside on a routine traffic stop and [Bias] would get killed”. According to the lawsuit, which has since been filed to court in a separate ongoing case against the city, this prompted the brother-in-law to retrieve a voice recorder that Bias had been carrying around with him in an attempt to monitor alleged harassment by police, and then return to the conversation with the officer.

On the recording, Middlebrooks is heard suggesting Bias had been behaving threateningly towards his relatives. The officer said if he were in the same position, he would “******* kill that ************ with whatever I had in that ******* house”.

“And before the police got here, I’d ******* put marks all over my **** and make it look like he was trying to ******* kill me. I god damn guarantee you,” Middlebrooks said. “What would it look like? Self ******* defence. **** that piece of ****. I’m a lot different from a lot of these other folks. I’ll ******* tell you what’s on my ******* mind.”
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Old 08-04-2015, 01:32 PM   #5464
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want to no-knock raid and kill everyone inside? be a cop.

Police Shoot Unarmed African American Mother and Infant

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...But if the FBI’s recently-released report on the rampant corruption of the Cleveland Police Department is any indication, dirty cops shooting innocent, unarmed people in Ohio is far from new.

Some stories make national headlines, but many do not. One of those that was swept under the rug and ignored by almost all of the national mainstream media, was the shooting of 26-year-old Tarika Wilson and her 14-month-old infant child. Now, community activists are calling for this case to be reexamined and brought into the national spotlight on police brutality and extrajudicial killings.

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Back in 2008, a SWAT team showed up at Wilson’s house in Lima, Ohio’s Southside neighborhood. It was early in the evening on January 4th. The warrant the SWAT cops had was part of the failed so-called “War on Drugs.”

But it was not Wilson who was named on the warrant, it was her companion Anthony Terry. Without any warning, officers smashed her door down and entered with machine guns drawn, according to neighbors who witnessed the raid.

In just seconds, SWAT officers shot and killed Wilson, 26, and wounded her 14-month-old son.

The shooter, Sgt. Joseph Chavalia, a 31-year veteran of the Lima police force, was placed on paid administrative leave.

The New York Times reported that “Black people in Lima, from the poorest citizens to religious and business leaders, complain that rogue police officers regularly stop them without cause, point guns in their faces, curse them and physically abuse them.

“They say the shooting of Ms. Wilson is only the latest example of a long-running pattern of a few white police officers treating African-Americans as people to be feared,” the paper added.

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Old 08-04-2015, 05:47 PM   #5465
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this is for Joe P:

Dash cam audio released after professor charged with falsely claiming racial profiling during traffic stop | FOX CT

A professor at a local community college has been arrested after allegedly claiming an officer racially profiled her, when he didn’t.

On May 9, Minati Roychoudhuri, 32, of Storrs, was driving near exit 85 on Route 15 when she was pulled over. She was cited for failure to drive in the established lane.

A month later, on June 8, she sent the following letter to the Commissioner of Public Safety:

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I was traveling to Wethersfield on Route 15/5 to attend a meeting 9th May. I was on the left lane on route 15 and had to take exit 85. After the Brainard Airport exit, and after the merging lane ended, I signaled and went to the right lane to take exit 85. An unmarked police car with flashing light stopped me on the ramp after I had taken the exit. The policeman asked me if I could speak English and if I knew why he had stopped me. I said, “yes” to speaking English and “no” to why he had stopped me. He then asked me for my driver’s license and registration. He returned with an envelope and said that I could simply mail in the infraction.

The officer did not give me any reason as to why had stopped me. His asking if I could speak English shows that he had racially profiled me and was not able to give me a concrete reason for stopping me. Further, the officer had checked “Hispanic” in the race category in the infraction ticket. I am a Professor in English at Capital Community College, I teach about diversity and the negative impact of racial profiling, I have now become a target of the same insidious behavior! It is easy to connect the dots with the nationwide racial profiling which has led to serious consequences. I request that my infraction charges be dropped and action be taken against the officer. I have talked with the Senator and Legislator of my constituency regarding this matter and I am sending a copy of this letter to them as well.

Thank you in advance, Sincerely, Minati Roychoudhuri

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Officer: Hi ma’am, do you know why I’m stopping you today?
Roychoudhuri: No
O: OK. There’s that big gore area with white lines painted across it and you cut in front of it, in front of me, thinking it’s a lane or something. You have to wait until it’s a dotted white line. License and registration.
(She handed him insurance, so he requested the registration again, which she gave him)
O: Thank you. This is for your Subaru car.
R: This is my Subaru car.
O: Is this a station wagon, color green? The plate doesn’t match what’s on there.
R: [Inaudible]…I thought that was my [inaudible]
O: I’ll run the plate and see what it comes back with.
R: This is the [inaudible] that I have.
(Officer returns to his car for three minutes to write out the ticket for failure to drive in the established lane)
O: Ma’am. So I wrote you the infraction for that improper lane change that you did.
R: Please, you know, I probably crossed over there, and that’s why I did it.
O: OK.
R: Obviously I did that.
O: [Inaudible]
R: My [inaudible] is absolutely clean.
O: Ok. So I wrote you an infraction for that improper lane change that you did.
R: OK.
O: The answer date is on the front of it and the instructions are on the back of it.
R: Wait, what?
O: It’s a mail in infraction. All you have to do is mail in, either a check or money order, and mail it in.
R: OK.
O: Alright.
R: Thank you.
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The investigation concluded that the officer never asked Roychoudhuri if she spoke English and that he clearly explained to Roychoudhuri why she was pulled over. Roychoudhuri was subsequently arrested for giving a false statement in the second degree.
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police chief learns what it's like to be a regular citizen.

Bail bondsmen mistakenly try to raid police chief's house - CNN.com

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Chief Joe Yahner was at home when at least one man began pounding on his door about 10 p.m. looking for a fugitive from Oklahoma.

"This bondsman was armed, weapon unholstered, and in a verbal confrontation with the chief, demanding he come out of his residence," police said in a written statement Wednesday.
If only he had been swatted and REALLY got a show...
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want to make people disappear? be a cop.

Disappearance of Terrance Williams and Felipe Santos

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A few days later, he was asked by his supervisors to submit an incident report. Calkins' report states that he first came in contact with Williams at 12:15pm after noticing that the car he was driving was "in distress".[5] He claimed he followed him to the cemetery parking lot. Calkins claimed that Williams asked for a ride to a nearby Circle K because he was late for work. (Williams did not work at the Circle K.) After dropping him off at the Circle K, Terrance told him the paperwork for the car was in the glove compartment of the vehicle. Calkins claimed that he returned to the Cadillac and discovered that the proper registration was not in the car. He stated that he felt deceived, so he called Circle K from his work issued cell phone and asked to speak to Terrance. The clerk allegedly told him over the phone that Terrance did not work there. According to the report, he then called in the license plate number and found that the plates were expired. However, upon further investigation, it was discovered that phone and surveillance records did not back up his story. There was no sign of Williams or Calkins on surveillance footage from the Circle K and the phone records from Calkins cell phone showed no phone call to the Circle K.[6] Circle K employees were interviewed and no witnesses could be found to place Calkins or Williams there. At this point, Marcia Williams filed a complaint against Steve Calkins.[2]

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Later that day, Santos' boss contacted the county jail to post his bail and it was discovered that Santos was never booked. Calkins claimed that he changed his mind about the arrest because Santos was "polite and cooperative" and left him at a local Circle K and drove off.[8] The other driver in the accident contradicted that report, stating that Calkins was agitated about Santos' lack of documentation. "He just stated that he was tired of pulling people over that didn't have licenses," she said.[2]

Two weeks later, after Calkins submitted his incident report, Santos' family filed a missing persons report as well as a complaint against Calkins. An investigation cleared Calkins of any wrongdoing. Santos has not been heard from since.[9] Felipe Santos' wife, Apolonia Cruz-Cortez, has questioned the quality of the investigation into her husband's disappearance, citing the fact that she has not been interviewed by investigators.[5]

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Because the main person of interest in the case was a police officer, the Florida Department of Law Enforcement and the FBI were called in to work on the case.[12] Various other investigative techniques were used, including the covert placement of a GPS on Calkin's vehicle and a forensic investigation of the patrol car. Cadaver dogs were used to survey the areas identified by the GPS, but these turned up no further evidence.[1][13]
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want to knock out a woman and feel like a big man? be a cop (but first learn how to actually delete the evidence)

Man Says Cops Tried To Delete Video Showing Woman Knocked Unconscious | Cop Block

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A New York man says Suffolk County police in Long Island tackled him to the ground and attempted to delete footage of police brutality he had recorded but mistakenly removed the wrong file.

Square-banner20-year-old Thomas Demint claims police have continued to harass and threaten him after the incident, prompting him to go public with the footage for fear of his own safety.

Demint was on his way to work on May 21, 2014 when he spied his friends family being arrested by Suffolk County police in Center Moriches after officers responded to a 911 call reporting that an adult male was attempting suicide.

When police arrived, officials say, officers attempted to administer aid to the suicidal man and his family intervened.

In one of the most egregious parts of video, an officer is seen slinging a woman to the ground rendering her unconscious.

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An officer also tased her, and in another part of the video, an officer can be seen punching her other son in the face.



Demints attorney, Ken Mollins, says that as Demint was trying to leave the scene with the footage, three officers tackled him to the ground and charged him with obstruction.

“My client was not aggressive, my client was standing there videotaping,” Mollins said. “This is clearly evidence of police brutality.”

Suffolk County police said in a statement that Demint “interfered with officers by shouting obscenities toward police officers and paramedics as well as entering the scene several times after he was told not to.”

“Mr. Demint’s actions diverted officers’ attention away from the suicidal man and Mr. Demint had to be physically escorted away from the scene,” the statement adds. “Mr. Demint was placed under arrest for Obstructing Governmental Administration and Resisting Arrest.”

Since he recorded the footage Demint says he has been pulled over multiple times by officers that have made threatening statements like, “you’ll see me again, you can count on that.”

Demint also says his phone was confiscated and kept it for weeks.
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This is why Grand Juries for police crimes are a scam:

Internal Affairs Report Sheds Light on Kelly Thomas Beating | Fresno People's Media

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“Both Ramos and Wolfe were experienced officers. The risk of injury to citizens and officers was relatively low and the risk of escape, while it existed, would not have necessarily presented a great public safety threat to the community based on the initial observations of the responding officers,” the internal affairs report said.

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The report said that his statements such as “beating the ****” out of Thomas “convey (a) savage person who is willing to abuse his position of authority to exact street punishment to citizens he encounters.”

According to the report, 11 of the 13 officers who arrived at the scene violated department procedures, primarily by not turning on voice recorders.

Thomas, 37, was in a coma following the beating and died five days later. Three cops were criminally charged in connection with his death, but a jury acquitted Ramos and Cicinelli. Charges against the third officer were dropped.

At least five of the officers left the department after the beating. Three Fullerton city council members were recalled. The chief of police left, and reforms were undertaken to abolish the “culture of complacency” that a separate Gennaco investigation determined to dominate the department.
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First, he used his Taser and, when that didn’t cause Thomas to stop struggling, he smashed Thomas in the face with the plastic weapon, according to the report. He also hit Thomas twice in the head with his knee. The coroner said Thomas died of suffocation from having his chest compressed and from injuries to his face.

“Considering what Cicinelli was faced with when he arrived on scene
and the presence of three additional officers, his deployment of two knee strikes to Thomas’ head was unnecessary and unreasonable,” the report stated.

Cicinelli was justified in trying to use the Taser, the report said, but when that didn’t work “Cicinelli’s use of the Taser as an impact weapon to Thomas’ face is objectively unreasonable.”
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“In his report, Cicinelli wrote that the reason he used the taser in that manner was to end Thomas’ resistance,” according to Gennaco’s report. “(But) in his interview, Cicinelli’s ‘justification’ shifted to the alleged grab of his Taser for the use of the head strikes. Yet that justification is not articulated in his report or his comments about the force immediately after the incident.”
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“I mean he was tossing us around like we were nothing and that was after was thumping the **** out of him…We ran out of options so I got the end of my Taser and I probably just smashed his face to hell…I ******* beat him probably twenty times in the face with this taser.

The report went on to say Cicinelli’s comments, “while not necessarily ones of bravado, strongly suggest that the head strikes were prompted by Thomas’ resistance as opposed to his grab of the Taser.”

“The mental imagery that such statements convey is a savage person who is willing to abuse his position of authority to exact street punishment to citizens he encounters,” the report said.

I'm going out on a limb here and saying the grand jury wasn't shown this video, the victim's face the next day, the officer's statements, or just about anything whatsoever.

Sick and disgusting on all parties--The cops and the 12 citizens that would let these thugs free of a trial.
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Cops cant stop misleading the public. it's just too hard to have to be truthful.

BUSTED: NYPD caught using 'COPS' clip from 2003 in campaign against 'weaponized marijuana'

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ew York Police Department used 12-year-old footage from the reality show COPS to illustrate what it called the effects of synthetic marijuana Gothamist reported on Wednesday.

The video was shown during a press conference on Tuesday concerning what Police Chief William Bratton described as a rash of encounters with people using what he repeatedly called “weaponized marijuana,” including a brand known as K2.

While officials mentioned that the footage was taken out of New York state, it was reportedly not made clear that it originated from a 2003 episode of the show set in Des Moines, Iowa. It showed an unidentified man being taken into custody while naked and allegedly under the influence of PCP, after punching through a wooden fence. Lori Lavorato, one of the officers seen arresting him, told Gothamist that he was not arrested for PCP possession, and that he had no drugs with him at the time.

A spokesperson for the department said the footage was shown during the press conference “to depict the type of behavior sometimes associated with ‘excited delirium syndrome,’ a condition caused by use of PCP, K2 and methamphetamine, among other drugs. But when asked about documented connections between synthetic marijuana and the condition, the unidentified spokesperson said he was “not a doctor.”

Officials also showed video allegedly filmed in Brooklyn showing another nude man slapping the pavement and yelling as police approached.

The unidentified spokesperson told Gothamist that officials “never, ever said that it was K2 that the people [in the videos] were on.” However, the videos were reportedly emailed to local news outlets with K2 being used as both the file name and subject line.
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Holy ****. a cop actually charged with a "crime"...

Deputy charged in deadly crash | Local & Regional News | Bakersfield Now - News, Weather and Sports

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The Kern County District Attorney’s Office on Tuesday filed misdemeanor charges against a sheriff’s deputy accused of killing a woman in a car crash last year.

The crash happened last September on North Chester Avenue and China Grade Loop.

Nancy Garrett, 72, was on her way home from a Dodgers game she shared with her son. The family is still grieving.

It has been a long investigation, but according to a California Highway Patrol report released earlier this month, the man behind the wheel – Nicholas Clerico – was going 85 miles per hour through a red light.

Garrett was going about 40 miles per hour.

“She was a grandmother and a mother who was deeply loved,” said Michael Yraceburn, a supervising deputy district attorney who will be prosecuting this case.

Clerico faces one misdemeanor charge of vehicular manslaughter – a charge that may allow the deputy back on the streets even if he’s found guilty.

That’s the last thing Garrett’s family wants.

Matthew Clark is an attorney with Chain Cohn Stiles who represents the family in a separate civil suit, also filed this month.

“I think they're disappointed the DA isn't seeking felony charges,” he said.

Yraceburn says he didn’t have enough evidence to warrant any other charges.

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In this case, Clerico did have both his lights and sirens on – but that by itself might not be good enough for him to be acquitted.
i wonder if the cop forgot to say he was in fear for his life while he was putting others in danger.
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This is smart: send your children to a bunch of violent rapists to help set them straight.

4 Southern California police officers arrested after child abuse

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The San Luis Obispo Sheriff’s Department has concluded their investigating for the past two months several officers who are accused of abusing at-risk children at a police boot camp from May 17th to 24th.

Officials say after the investigation they determined there were 15 victims total, ranging in ages from 12 to 17.

The Leadership Empowerment and Discipline (LEAD) Boot Camp Program was put on by the Huntington Park and South Gate Police Departments. It was held at Camp San Luis Obispo, but nobody from San Luis Obispo was involved in the allegations.

Seven mothers claim their children were physically and mentally abused while attending the LEAD program.

The attorney for the alleged victims says the kids were asked to do push-ups and sit-ups and if the kids did not do them correctly, officers would stand on their hands and stand on their backs.

Because Camp SLO is in the San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s jurisdiction, they had the responsibility for beginning and ending the investigation.

Their two month investigation lead them to four arrests, two police officers from South Gate and two from Huntington Park Police Department.

36-year-old Marissa Elizabeth Larios and 47-year-old Patrick Marvin Nijland were both arrested from the Huntington Park Police Department. Larios was arrested on four charges, felony willful cruelty to a child, felony criminal conspiracy, misdemeanor criminal battery and misdemeanor abuse under color of authority.

Nijland was arrested for felony willful cruelty, felony criminal conspiracy, and misdemeanor abuse under color of authority.

From South Gate Police Department, 35-year-old Edgar Yovany Gomez and 31-year-old Carlos Manuel Gomez-Marquez were arrested.

Gomez and Gomez-Marquez were arrested for the following five charges, felony willful cruelty to a child, felony criminal threats, felony criminal conspiracy, misdemeanor criminal battery and misdemeanor abuse under color of authority.

All charges will be filed with the San Luis Obispo County District Attorney’s Office.
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oh cops. we feel so much safer when you're on the streets.

Accused's girlfriend recounts Steak 'n Shake incident | News-Gazette.com

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An off-duty Illinois State Police officer appeared "drunk" and "aggressive" before he got into an altercation with a Danville man and fired his weapon outside of a Steak 'n Shake restaurant early Sunday morning, according to a witness.

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When Tools pulled up to the drive-through, she said two men were standing in front of the intercom. They had no idea that one of them was an off-duty officer.

Mason got out of the car to ask the men if the restaurant had stopped serving food for the night.

"He said they were, but they weren't serving him because he wasn't in a car," Tools remembered one of the men saying.

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Tools watched her boyfriend get out of the car again and approach the man, who was arguing with the employee. That's when the man, who was dressed in jeans and a nice shirt, reached into his back pocket and pulled out his badge.


"He was flashing his badge, saying he was a cop," Tools said. "Casey is basically like, 'I don't care. You need to move out of the way, so we can order our food.'"

Tools fumbled for Mason's phone, synced with the car radio, to turn down the music, so she could hear what the men were saying more clearly. She didn't see what happened next, but she said, Mason's cousin, who was in a car behind hers, saw Mason push the man.

When Tools looked up, "I saw punches being thrown," Tools said. "That's when I got out of the car to get Casey. They fell to the ground. The next thing I knew I heard the gun go off, and I ran back to get in the car."

Tools heard her boyfriend yelling at her to get back into the car. Then she saw him get up, holding the gun, and start running around to the front of the building.

"He went to the front door of Steak 'n Shake. He was asking for help, but they didn't answer the door," she said.

Tools watched the other man run after her boyfriend. She drove around and waited for Mason to get into the car, then drove to the Danville Public Safety Building. At the station, Mason got out of the car, threw the gun into the grass and waited for an officer to take a report.

Tools said the incident left both of them shaking.

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Tools said she believes her boyfriend will be cleared of his misdemeanor battery charge. As for Garza, "I hope he gets charged to the fullest," she said. "And I hope this wakes people up as far as some officers are concerned."
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At what point do i have to stop using the word cop, and just go straight to rapist?

Cop Repeatedly Molested Child, Sodomized Boy to the Point of Tears: Report | Filming Cops

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Officer Jared Michael Tomlinson has been found guilty by a jury in Butte County Superior Court for a despicable incident involving a young child.

Officer Tomlinson repeatedly molested the child and was found guilty of multiple felony counts including sodomy, oral copulation, and attempted sodomy, sources say.

Officer Tomlinson was said to have originally been given “paid leave” by his department after being reported for the molestation.

It is only now that the jury actually convicted Tomlinson that the department went ahead and terminated him, according to reports.

Officer Tomlinson first began using his hands to fondle the young boy when he was only 13-yrs-old, according to the district attorney.

That was only the beginning, according to reports, as the molestation eventually escalated to sodomy.

Sodomy is legally defined as sexual conduct consisting of contact between the ***** of one person and the anus of another person.

Officer Tomlinson molested the young boy roughly two to three times per week, according to reports.

At one point, Officer Tomlinson sodomized the child so intensely that the boy started crying, according to reports.

Officer Tomlinson yelled at the boy when the boy would not perform certain sexual acts, according to reports.

Officer Tomlinson is scheduled to be reappear in court on April 2 for sentencing.

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An “attorney,” Brant Bordsen, wrote a letter on his law firm company’s letterhead telling the court that Officer Jared Tomlinson is “not a danger or a threat to society.”

He has been fired by the law firm for using their letterhead.

It turns out that he used to work as a cop with Officer Tomlinson.
apparently law firms don't like it when you stick up for your child raping buddies. I guess that cop forgot that the code of silence doesn't extend to people that atually have respect for the law...
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2 Konawa Police Officer Arrested For Firing Shots From Moving Ve - NewsOn6.com - Tulsa, OK - News, Weather, Video and Sports - KOTV.com |

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Two rookie police officers are suspended while an investigation is underway. The Sheriff's office told News 9 they were driving around Ada, firing guns out of a truck.

Chauncy Marris and James Gordon were arrested Wednesday. Deputies responded to a shots fired call early Tuesday inside the Sandy Creek Mobile Home Park.

A witness described the suspect's vehicle as a red GMC pickup with a tail light out. An Ada police officer found the vehicle with two men and two women inside.

Police said the officers denied firing their weapons, but one of the women in the pickup said they did.

Melissa Murphy said she was outside when she heard the gunshots

"I thought they were coming this way, I went in the house, locked the door, got my grandkids, in case they were shooting at trailers," Murphy said.

Both officers are charged with discharging a firearm from a moving vehicle and possession of a firearm in the commission of a felony. They were booked into the Pontotoc County Jail.

The Police Chief said both officers just started working for the department last week.
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Rapist sent little girl pics of his junk.

Glen Rock cop accused of sexting teen girls; detective allegedly sent nude photos - News - NorthJersey.com

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A Glen Rock detective whose job centered on protecting children was arrested Wednesday, accused of sending naked photos of himself to a 14-year-old girl and sexually explicit text messages to another teenage girl, both of whom had been under his supervision, authorities said.

Detective Sgt. Eric Reamy, 51, the borough’s juvenile officer, was arrested at his home in Fair Lawn following a one-month investigation that began when the mother of a 17-year-old girl went to Glen Rock police after finding “inappropriate” messages from the detective on her daughter’s cellphone, Bergen County Prosecutor John Molinelli said.

The investigation led police to a 14-year-old girl who recently moved with her family to Texas, and whose phone was examined Tuesday by Bergen County detectives who traveled there to interview her and her parents, the prosecutor said. Reamy had persuaded the girl to send him naked photos of herself and had sent her “two naked photos of his private part,” Molinelli said.

Reamy has been charged with five counts of endangering the welfare of a child, including one first-degree count, Molinelli said.
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another rapist shoots another dog.

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Cpl. Jason Casbon, a resident of the 400 North block of County Road 325 East in Washington Township, said he shot the dog, Loki, twice with a .22-caliber rifle, according to a Porter County Sheriff's Department report.

Casbon told The Times he shot Loki after he heard she had just killed four of his neighbor's chickens and was approaching his chicken coop. He had hoped to just scare the dog away, but decided to pull the trigger repeatedly after Loki growled and barked at him.

He said he did not call police or animal control after the shooting.

"The dog was headed home," Casbon said. "It yelped, but I wasn't even sure I hit it."

Loki's owner, Clifford Malings, said Loki and the dog's brother, Bacchus, have a history of escaping his property. He said they have made their way over to, but have never attacked, Casbon's chickens.

Casbon said he has lost nine chickens and three ducks. While he never saw Malings' dogs kill the birds, he said he saw the pawprints of dogs.

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Loki is recovering after receiving emergency care, Malings said, and veterinarians found she had been shot at least three times.

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He said he was out of town during this latest incident and the house sitter was also away for the evening.

Another neighbor noticed the injured dog and alerted Malings, who contacted his house sitter. The house sitter said when he returned that night he found two doors open at the house and the fence gate open, Malings said.

The incident was reported to county police as a possible burglary, but responding officers found no signs of forced entry or missing property, according to the police report.

Cpl. Jamie Erow, public information officer for the Porter County Sheriff's Department, said the department is waiting on projectile evidence from the veterinarian before sending everything to prosecutors for review for possible criminal charges.
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rapist, has domestic issues. par for course.

Part-time Missouri police officer threatens teen daughter with a gun because she didn't do chores

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Part-time Missouri police officer is under investigation for allegedly pointing a handgun at her daughter over unfinished chores, local WGEM reports.

Michele Miller, 42, was charged with misdemeanor domestic assault and has been released after posting bond, the station reports. Miller is a part-time officer with the Kahoka Police Department.

WGEM reports Miller came home from a trip on Sunday and became angry at her daughter for not doing her chores. The girl told police her mother threatened her with a handgun and told her, “it would only take one bullet and she wouldn’t have to be here.”

Miller has been placed on unpaid leave pending the investigation. She’s been on the force for about one year.
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