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Old 10-01-2015, 02:30 PM   #5961
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this is why cops* should be glad they have body cameras


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A subsequent search of the vehicle uncovered two small bags of marijuana, 3 scales, a water bong, and a loaded handgun under the drivers seat. The juvenile female was cited for OVI with other criminal charges pending in juvenile court.

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some police classrooms are using this guy's "antagonizing" videos (as someone would put it) for use in training cops how NOT to act.



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Hi Brett,We watched with interest your videos on law enforcement and the filming of/by police. Although we are different in some regards up here in Canada, we have been recently training our patrol officers (1400 member agency) on this current trending topic. We have titled it “Cops on Camera, How to Win on the Street and in front of Judge YouTube”!In essence we remind officers that they are operating in a public venue as public servants therefore they should allow the public to observe and film them in their duties. As long as the citizen doesn’t interfere or obstruct them in their performance of the task, then it is welcomed. Our lesson plan contains relevant rules of law (relating Canadian and U.S. examples) in relation to the Constitutional/Charter of Rights arena.
We also use YouTube videos of police interactions (both positive and negative for examples of each). We provide officers with verbal responses when faced with a person filming and/or challenging authority. The strips phrases encourage positive relations and may actually help if there is evidentiary value to the video. All in all the presentation is only about 45 minutes but we feel it is valuable and will assist in public safety and confidence in the police.

Would it be possible to reference your site in the lesson plan to accentuate our position? If not, no worries! I have found some excellent videos of positive interactions (White Plains trio) that we show to have officers model. Can you send me a link to anymore (good and bad)?

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too bad only Canada would care about something like training cops not to be criminals.
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camera vs shotgun.


cops are out of control monsters that only want to kill people.
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polite cop is polite.

Police harassment. Cop keeps insulting the driver - YouTube

visually estimated the driver was speeding. gives him a ticket for disobeying a traffic control device.
I did not like the editing of that one.
It started late and something was cut just before cop assumed he was not going to sign.
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I did not like the editing of that one.
It started late and something was cut just before cop assumed he was not going to sign.
Biased reporting is biased.




A secret-service officer yelled at me this morning as I was riding my bike past the UN building in the coned-off lane reserved for official vehicles.

I did not feel harassed, and simply swerved back into the primary lane. No shots were fired, and my liberty remains intact.
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Biased reporting is biased.




A secret-service officer yelled at me this morning as I was riding my bike past the UN building in the coned-off lane reserved for official vehicles.

I did not feel harassed, and simply swerved back into the primary lane. No shots were fired, and my liberty remains intact.
Oh well, the Bad_Cop_No_Donut have been having a bit of a run on things that either I thought cop was right or subjects in the YouTube vid were the complete ******** and I become the cop lover for saying so.
I am unsure which is my favorite side of issues to be mad at me.
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I quite often disagree with those commenters.

here's a cherry picked selection of some of my comments to them --


under the notion that a cop should have charged with a crime (when he tased someone in the back for no good reason):
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Except it has to go through a grand jury first, where this video won't be shown, and it will expressed that the officer had just apprehended a dangerous and resisting thief and used the necessary use-of-force within policy.

on an article posted about how the courts have outlawed the 4th amendment:
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This article is silly at best.


on the notion a search performed by police was illegal without a warrant:
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they had probable cause, that's all they needed.
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they had probable cause...
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except they had probable cause to search him.
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The police has a reasonable suspicion the old man committed a crime, so they could stop and detain him. Then they had pretty good probable cause to search his person to find evidence of a crime. It wouldn't be unreasonable here to search him, even if he said no.

Now, when you say they could seize the cameraman's camera, or you talking about the guy who recorded this video? Because there's a HUGE difference between evidence of a crime and evidence used in commission of a crime.


the idea that the 13th amendment doesn't apply to the gov't:
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you completely agree the 13th amendment says "except the gov't"?


defending some dumb *** who made his situation worse by arguing a simple ticket:
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what happened to the day when you could just be pulled over for being in violation of the law, take your ticket, and just try to fight it in court?


freaking out that someone was pulled over for an air freshener and called racist:
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I personally don't want people hanging air fresheners, or handicap placards, or nav systems in their windows blocking their views--especially in this state where I live.

This is not absurd whatsoever. One of the actually legitimate functions of our police force is to make sure your vehicle is safe to drive--obstructions of your view is not safe.
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Except people get pulled over for them all the time. Black, white, yellow, red. Doesn't matter.
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it is a ticketable offense.
that's like saying using gun specifically designed to kill someone is not murder.
It doesn't mean this cop wasn't using it as an excuse to gain RAS, and then hopefully find drugs, a stolen car, etc.


the idea that we should kill a cop in a video:
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How about you keep calm and not resort to violence? what does that solve? honestly. Do you think running around killing cops will make the current situation better or worse?


people claiming a person getting arrested was brutality:
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agreed. This shouldn't have been posted here, and if anyone thinks this video represents brutality, they are morans.


calling a cop racist:
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this video is stupid on all levels.
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hate spleens? be a cop, destroy them.

Florida police officers fired after rupturing man?s spleen and leaving him screaming in pain for 2 hours

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A Florida police officer and sergeant were fired after a man who was arrested for skipping out on a $60 bar tab was kneed so hard it ruptured his spleen. He was then left screaming in pain a cell for two hours, the Orlando Sentinel reports.

Robert Liese, 41, was drunk when he was arrested last year. The handcuffed man broke some glass on a cell door when he banged his head into it. In response, Orlando Police officer Peter Delio reportedly entered his cell and kneed him in the side so hard that it ruptured his spleen. He was then left alone, lying on the ground with his hands and feet bound. He cried out for help 35 times over the course of two hours, but the officers ignored him. Because of this, Delio and Sgt. William Faulkner were fired Wednesday.

Liese is suing the city and Delio is facing criminal battery charges.

“I think it’s something they should have been doing a long time ago,” his attorney, William Ruffier told the Sentinel about the firing. “If they had done that a long time ago and said ‘this is not acceptable behavior’ then they wouldn’t be having the problems they are now having.”

During an internal affairs investigation, Delio said he heard noise coming from Liese’s cell but said he didn’t know it was Liese — though Liese was the only one in the cell. After kneeing him, Delio bound his feet together

“While on the ground, Liese can be heard and seen through the audio/video writhing in pain crying out for medical attention 35 times over the next 1 hour and 50 minutes,” wrote Deputy Chief Robert Anzueto in Delio’s termination letter, which was obtained by the Sentinel. “The conduct outlined in the investigation cannot be tolerated by an employee of the Orlando Police Department and undermines the employee’s credibility as a law enforcement officer.”

Faulkner was fired after he told internal affairs investigators Liese said he didn’t need medical help, though video clearly shows he was begging for it while the officers ignored him.

Liese was taken to a hospital when paramedics were finally called and received emergency surgery for his ruptured spleen, the Sentinel reports. He pleaded no contest to minor crimes including resisting arrest without violence and defrauding an innkeeper. His lawsuit against the police department is pending.

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hate animals? be a cop, it's your duty to end life.

Officer suspended, refused to shoot skunk that bit child | Offbeat | Boise, Meridian, Nampa, Caldwell, Idaho News, Weather, Sports and Breaking News - KBOI 2

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A police officer in East Tennessee was suspended for three days for refusing to shoot a skunk that had bitten a child.

The Kingsport Times-News reports that Mount Carmel police Officer David Dean violated department policy July 27 when he gave his service weapon to fire Chief Ryan Christian, who killed the skunk so it could be tested for rabies.

Dean, Christian and animal control officer Eddie Seabolt responded to a report of a 6-year-old child who was bitten by the animal. Seabolt says it was Dean's responsibility to kill the skunk. Mount Carmel prohibits animal control officers from euthanizing animals.

In a written statement, Dean said he told Seabolt it's difficult for him to shoot animals unless they're trying to eat him.


The skunk didn't test positive for rabies.
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hate that you have friends? be ac op and lose them all, and if that doesnt work, shoot them.

Deptford cop found guilty of murdering friend | NJ.com

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A Deptford police officer on trial for the shooting death of his friend has been found guilty of murder and aggravated manslaughter, a jury announced this afternoon.

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The Jan. 5, 2013, shooting followed a night of drinking in which James Stuart, now 31, consumed as many as 8 to 10 alcoholic beverages, according to testimony. He had a BAC of .14 when Deptford officers drove him to the hospital for a blood test.

Stuart claimed that he did not know the gun was loaded, saying he had made the pistol safe to show it to his friend earlier that night.

After Compton died on Jan. 11, 2013, Stuart was charged with murder, manslaughter and possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose.

The jury spent hours reviewing Stuart's testimony about what happened as the two watched a movie at Stuart's home.

While the two watched "Dredd," Compton asked the police officer to show him his gun, Stuart testified. The two began dry firing the weapon at Stuart's television.

At some point when Stuart was either asleep or out of the room, he said, Compton loaded and unloaded his Glock 27, inadvertently leaving a live round in the chamber of the pistol.

Stuart claims that he woke up shortly afterward and aimed the gun at the TV. It was a few minutes before 5 a.m. Just when Stuart was about to pull the trigger, he heard Compton begin to speak.

"I started to pull back the trigger and I heard Dave start to speak," Stuart testified. "When I turned to look at him, I guess my hand turned with me. I heard a loud boom."

Upon realizing what had happened, Stuart said, he moved the pistol, along with his police service weapon and an antique revolver that he had been showing to Compton, to his bedroom in order to clear the room for paramedics.

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want to bet on your marbles on a rough idea, and a poor sense of smell?

fail HS and be a cop.

Virginia Union University student files $2.3 million suit against city of Richmond police officers - Richmond Times-Dispatch: City Of Richmond News

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A chaotic exchange involving more than a dozen Richmond police officers and Virginia Union University student Maurice Neblett left him bruised, swollen and shaken last year, according to a $2.3 million civil suit filed last week.

Neblett was falling asleep in bed around 10:30 p.m. on Feb. 14, 2014, when officers in pursuit of marijuana kicked in his door with a warrant listing a non-existent address, the suit states.

The officers placed Neblett in a chokehold, the account continues, and “proceeded to strike the plaintiff with their fists, feet, knees and blunt instruments which included, among interest and belief, the butt of a handgun.”

Richmond police spokesman Gene Lepley declined an interview request, citing department policy against commenting on pending legal matters.

Neblett at the time lived at 531 W. Bacon St., building two, apartment 2120; the warrant was secured for 601 W. Bacon St., building two, apartment 2120, the suit states.

An officer obtained the search warrant after saying he had smelled marijuana in the area. The officer said he spent about a month watching the home, said Jonathan Arthur of the firm Thomas H. Roberts & Associates, who is representing Neblett.

“After a 30-day investigation I would expect that they would get the address correct,” Arthur said.

No marijuana was seized from the home, although police did take a lawfully purchased and legally registered firearm, he said.

After what Neblett described as five to six minutes of pummeling, an officer with a shaved head and scar underneath his eye whispered in Neblett’s ear, ‘Who has the most power, us, or the Bloods?’ the suit states.

He then told Neblett, “We should have done this to your brother but it does not matter because he will be gone for a very long time. You will too,” according to the complaint.
Neblett says that he is not and has never been affiliated with the street gang. Now 25, he is pursuing criminal justice studies at VUU. He had applied to the Richmond Sheriff’s Office before the incident, Arthur said.

Neblett asked the officers to take him to VCU Medical Center for treatment after the incident.

“He suffered substantial bruising and swelling,” Arthur said. “We have reason to believe he was violently beaten.”

After making the request, Neblett said he overheard an officer ask his subordinates who wanted to be an “assaultee.” Neblett was charged with the felony assault of two officers.

Those charges were dismissed within a month of his arrest, but his lease was terminated and he was barred from the apartment complex following the incident.

In the ensuing months Neblett says he has suffered from anxiety, post-traumatic stress, loss of sleep and a “profound and insurmountable loss of trust in the state, the city and their law enforcement officials,” the suit states.

The seven-count complaint includes allegations of negligence; malicious prosecution; assault; battery; false imprisonment; and unlawful search.

Arthur said he has obtained limited information about the incident by filing open records requests with the department. He hopes more details will emerge in court.

“I think people absolutely have a right to know what’s being done in their name behind closed doors over a plant,” Arthur said.
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Alabama cops use pepper spray to punish kids for talking back ? but judge won?t make them stop

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A Federal judge won’t stop an Alabama school district from punishing students with pepper spray for minor offenses, but he ordered school resource officers to come up with a new policy for using the nonlethal devices.

U.S. District Court Judge Abdul Kallon ruled Wednesday that six Birmingham students sprayed by SROs with Freeze+P during fights were entitled to a total of $40,000 in excessive force claims, reported AL.com.

The Southern Poverty Law Center — which filed a federal lawsuit five years ago against the school district, the police chief and six SROs — claimed police used chemical irritant 110 times on 300 students, most of whom were black.

More than 1,200 other students in the predominantly black school district were also exposed to pepper spray during those incidents, the SLPC reported.

The judge said he was “profoundly disturbed” by testimony in the case, saying the SROs named in the lawsuit “uniformly displayed a cavalier attitude toward the use of Freeze +P—in a display of both poor taste and judgment.”

“One defendant joked that Freeze +P is a potent nasal decongestant for individuals with sinus problems,” Kallon found.

Testimony revealed that SROs used chemical irritant against students who talked back or challenged their authority.

Kallon said officers left him with the impression that they didn’t believe spraying teens with pepper spray was “a big deal” — even though their own expert’s testimony showed Freeze+P causes “severe pain.”

However, the judge refused SPLC’s request to temporarily stop the use of pepper spray in Birmingham City Schools and instead gave police six weeks to develop new training and policies on its use.

Kallon rejected the SLPC request because the civil rights group had conceded there were some scenarios where the use of Freeze+P could be justified in school.

Police argued that pepper spray was a less harmful option for subduing unruly students, but they argued the department already had adequate training and policies governing its use.

The judge said Birmingham Police Chief A.C. Roper should remind SROs that enforcing school discipline is not part of their job description, and he said the chief should train his offices that pepper spray is “not suited for general crowd control.”

Kallon also set guidelines for assisting students and bystanders blasted with pepper spray.

SROs must allow students to wash themselves off at a shower or sink once they have been subdued, and police must keep sweatsuits in various sizes at schools so students may change clothing, if necessary.

Those sweatsuits must be replaced by the end of the week, if they are used, and students must be given sealable bags to take home their contaminated clothes, the judge ordered.


Police disagreed with the court’s findings and were considering how to respond.
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I guess a cop CAN be fired...

GSP trooper fired after wreck that killed 2 teens | www.wsbtv.com

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The Georgia State Patrol fired a trooper involved in a violent crash that killed two teenagers.

Channel 2 investigative reporter Aaron Diamant confirmed the agency already disciplined the trooper in two previous crashes.

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Six days after the crash that took their lives, we learned it's not the first time Trooper Anthony Scott, a 26-year-old former U.S. Marine, has been disciplined.

Authorities say Scott was driving 90 mph in a 55 mph zone on Georgia Highway 1 in Carroll County last Saturday just seconds before his cruiser struck and killed two teenagers in a small Nissan. GSP said Scott's crusier hit the car going about 65 mph.

"It's horrible, and it's horrible for the parents to lose their girls. You know, they're so young," student Anna Peardon said.

Chinchilla and Lindsey died in the crash that also sent two teenage boys to the hospital.

Even though the Nissan turned in front of the cruiser, GSP said Scott's lights and sirens were not on and he was not heading to an emergency call.

"He's crushed. He's devastated. He regrets the action he took that night," said Capt. Mark Perry with the Georgia State Patrol.

Still, GSP fired Scott Friday.

Meantime, Diamant confirmed Scott, who joined GSP in 2011, had been disciplined for two prior crashes.

"Both of them the contributing factor was misjudged clearance, nothing to do with speed or reckless driving, but he did receive a verbal warning for the first, a letter of instruction for the second, and then this is his third," Perry said.
apparently shaking your finger and saying no, works on dogs but not pigs.
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wanna stop speeders? try to kill them.



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The California Highway Patrol is investigating claims made by a motorcyclist in Oakhurst who says an officer endangered his life during an unconventional traffic stop, and he has the video evidence from his GoPro to prove it.

In the video, Hunter Smith is riding on Road 426 when the officer pulls out in front of him and breaks abruptly. Smith says the maneuver almost caused him to crash.

The CHP officer wrote Smith a ticket for speeding, but the video of the traffic stop has thousands of views on Facebook and residents in Oakhurst don't like what they see.

The video also caught the attention the California Highway Patrol in Oakhurst who say they're investigating the incident.

"Any allegations against our officer's conduct is always taken seriously and given a thorough fair and impartial investigation," said Oakhurst CHP Commander Jason Daughrity.

Smith says he hopes sharing the helmet-cam video will promote safety for other motorcyclists on the road.

"I'd like a little more awareness for people riding motorcycles. It is different if you don't have four wheels and air bags around you at any moment you could crash and that one crash can take your life," said Smith.
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Cops arrest someone for not giving a name during a noise complaint call.

the person who called, broke in to the apt after he was arrested and stole ****



great thing was he was livecasting and his viewers called the police and the thief was also arrested.


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On 10/1/15 around 11:30pm I was arrested for not giving my name when officers responded to my residence for a noise complaint. After I was taken away in cuffs literally less than one minute later my neighbor Benjamin Michael Frostad enters my apartment twice; stealing my gaming headset, Nike Air Jordans, propane torch, watch, wallet and my cell phone. Thankfully he was caught on my livestream and my mods called the Police to inform them of the burglary and now he is in Jail on felony charges. My property was returned to me and I'm currently fighting for my erroneous charges to be dismissed.

5:57 -The thief makes his first appearance.
8:05 -Arrested.
10:30 - 11:58 -Robbed he comes in twice in this time.
28:40 -Cops finally secure my home.
11:58 - 28:40 -video is dead meaning nothing recorded but my wall and door lol
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cops just cant help themselves:

Bucks County police detective charged with theft in Solebury Township - The Morning Call

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A Bucks County police officer is charged with theft and tampering with evidence after authorities said a trail camera recorded him taking a level from a home construction site and he later deleted the images.

Roy G. Ferrari, 66, of New Hope was charged Thursday with tampering with evidence, tampering with public information and theft. His bail was not immediately available.

The charges were filed by Bucks County Detectives for an incident that happened July 4 while Ferrari was on duty, authorities said.

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Morgan Ehne said she and her husband, Charles, had purchased the property in 2014 and began prepping the site for demolition and new home construction. The Ehnes had numerous tools and equipment at the site and during the winter, they saw tracks in the snow leading up to an extension cord that was missing.

The Ehnes installed a trail camera as a result of the extension cord theft, along with other nuisance debris and signs of trespassing on the property.

Charles Ehne told police that he had viewed images captured by the trail camera that showed a man entering their property July 4 and taking a level that Ehne had purchased online for about $25.

Authorities reviewed the images and recognized the man taking the level as Ferrari.

Bellizzie told detectives the level was not in the police department's evidence room nor in Ferrari's department-issued vehicle. Detectives said there were no police reports or property sheets filled out by Ferrari that he had collected the level for safekeeping or investigative purposes.

Authorities then asked Ferrari to view the photos on the trail camera to see if he could determine who committed the theft. Although Ferrari thought he was talking to Ehne, police said he was actually talking to a Bucks County detective.

During the conversation, Ferrari said he saw all the images on the trail camera and said he only saw one of the property owners and surveyors on the images.

Ferrari then drafted a Solebury Township police report that failed to identify any of the images. Authorities said Ferrari then deleted the trail camera footage so it could be returned to the owners. The camera images were later recovered by detectives.

Ferrari was interviewed Sept. 21 and admitted to taking the level from the property. Ferrari said he took it "during a moment of weakness, citing a momentary lapse in judgment."

The stolen level was found in a shed in Ferrari's backyard.

this is why cops hate cameras.
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Having car-theft problems? check with your local cops...as a suspect.

http://www.nbcconnecticut.com/news/l...330140181.html

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A Danbury police officer has been placed on paid administrative leave after he was arrested on grand larceny charges in a series of vehicle break-ins, police said.

The Duchess County Sheriff's Department notified Danbury police that one of the department's officers, Anthony Ramos, 28, of Pawling, New York, had been arrested.

Ramos and another man, William Tyson, 26, of Pawling, were charged with fourth-degree larceny, a felony.

Danbury police relieved Ramos of duty and put him on administrative leave immediately after finding out about his arrest because of the "seriousness of the charges" to "protect the integrity of the Danbury Police Department," police said.

Deputies from the Dutchess County Sheriff's Office responded to Arthursburg Road in LaGrange, New York at about 1:40 a.m. on Friday to investigate a reported car break-in. Ramos and Tyson were found near the reported incident and the investigation linked them to the larceny and others in the area, police said.

Police took both men into custody on accusations of going into unlocked cars and stealing property from them at multiple homes.
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made a DWI arrest? probably a fellow officer of the "law"

El Paso police officer arrested in DWI case

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An off-duty El Paso police officer was arrested on suspicion of driving while intoxicated after a crash Tuesday night, police officials said.

About 7 p.m., Eduardo Chavez, 31, was driving a Ford Explorer when he crashed into a wall on a curve on Gateway South Boulevard near the César Chávez Border Highway, police said.

Police said that there were no other people or vehicles involved in the crash.

Chavez was checked at a hospital, jailed and later released on a $1,000 bond.

Officials said that Chavez has been with the Police Department for seven years and is assigned to the Pebble Hills Regional Command Center. He has been placed on administrative duty pending the outcome of administrative and criminal cases.

Police: Wright Co. Deputy Arrested For DWI « CBS Minnesota

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A Wright County Sheriff’s deputy was arrested Monday morning on suspicion of drunk driving.

Buffalo police say 55-year-old Craig Canton drove his car to the Wright County Courthouse Monday morning to report for bailiff duty.

A fellow sheriff’s office employee believed he was intoxicated and reported him.

Canton agreed to take a breath test, and then was taken to Wright County Jail, where he awaits criminal charges.
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Officer Arrested For Inappropriate Conduct With Underage Girls « CBS Miami

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State agents arrested a South Miami police officer for allegedly having inappropriate interactions with underage girls.

South Miami cop Joe Mendez walked out of the Broward County Jail on $42,000 bond around 8 p.m. Tuesday. The officer spent hours at the jail being booked in, having his mugshot taken and awaiting bond. When he saw our cameras he had lots to say about the allegations that he possessed child pornography and contributed to the delinquency of a minor. Specifically, he had a message for the community.

“They know who I am,” he said. “They know I didn’t do anything.”

But the Florida Department of Law Enforcement says Mendez, the former coordinator of the South Miami Police Explorers Program for young people 14 to 20 years old, did lots wrong.

They accuse him of buying alcohol for a pair of underage female cadets, asking them to play truth or dare with him and asking to show him their private parts. Mendez denied all of it.

“Detective were you playing truth or dare with underage girls?” a reporter asked.

“I have no comment,” he replied.

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Authorities said a complaint of misconduct from a fellow officer in June 2014 triggered an investigation into allegations he had inappropriate interactions with a number of female cadets in the program and that the interactions may have been sexual in nature. He is also accused of buying alcohol for the girls.

His arrest affidavit said on more than one occasion with a minor female he would play a game of truth or dare or a game of chair-air. According to the affidavit, he would ask them to flash him (show their breasts). If they did not, he would tell them to drink and hand them alcohol. It allegedly didn’t stop there.

FDLE Special Agent Donald Cannon said agents searched Mendez’s home and they took several electronic devices.

We found what we know to be child pornography on there,” Cannon told CBS 4 News.

Mendez denied that, too.

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But investigators say Mendez told them that he took over leadership of the Explorers after having trouble in his marriage and needing another focus. Mendez coordinated the South Miami Police Explorer program from 2009-2014.

FDLE says Mendez admitted purchasing alcohol for two underage girls. Again, Mendez denied that.

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