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Old 01-14-2016, 09:40 AM   #6621
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Fairfield County deputy fired after shoplifting accusation | The Columbus Dispatch

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A second Fairfield County deputy is no longer with the office after he was shown on a security-camera videotape shoplifting from a Wal-Mart in Reynoldsburg where he was working special duty, Sheriff Dave Phalen said.

Phalen said he fired Ed Curry, a deputy since 1999, today after he reviewed a videotape showing Curry shoplifting from the store on Dec. 12. Curry was in uniform when he shoplifted merchandise after he finished working a special-duty shift, Phalen said.

Curry’s wife, Angela Fleming-Curry, who had been a Fairfield County deputy since 2004, handed in her resignation last month at Phalen’s request after she was shown on videotape shoplifting on Oct. 18 and again on Dec. 13 from the same Wal-Mart where she worked special-duty shifts. She, too, was in uniform, Phalen said.

No charges have been filed. The Reynoldsburg Police Department is investigating the incidents that occurred at the Wal-Mart at the Taylor Square Shopping Center at 2793 Taylor Rd., Phalen said.

“I was certainly shocked and disappointed,” Phalen said. “Law-enforcement officers should be held to a higher standard. My hope is that he is prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.”

It was bad enough that Fleming-Curry shoplifted, and worse still that her husband did the same, Phalen said.

“It really is embarrassing, it really is,” he said.
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The release of another police video shows officers firing at the unarmed victim of a 2013 police shooting in Eufaula, Ala., while he is seated in the passenger side of a car and attempting to drive it away. A 26-year-old man named Cameron Massey sat in the passenger’s seat of a car in October 2013 when police officers sprayed him with five fatal shots.
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Old 01-14-2016, 09:45 AM   #6624
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Cops charged as video clears teen

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THE family of a teen once -accused of assaulting police paid $4000 to recover a -deleted video from his mobile phone and clear his name.

Instead, two police officers have now been charged with assault and suspended from operational duties with pay.

The family of one of the boys originally accused has told the Herald Sun an officer allegedly grabbed one teen by the ear and punched him in the head.

The video, seen by the Herald Sun, features audio of what appears to be the teenagers and police officers arguing.

After sounds of a scuffle, officers are heard yelling “you do not assault police”.

“You touched me first, man, what is with you?” the teen says.

A police officer then can be heard saying “because you are being a smart-****”.

Later in the altercation a teen is heard shouting “you are twisting my arm”.

Clear vision of any alleged assault does not appear to have been captured.

The police officer confiscated the teen’s possessions and locked him in a police vehicle.

The police officers will face Ringwood Magistrates’ Court in May.

The then 16-year-old alleges that when he was handed back his phone, the footage had mysteriously disappeared.

The boy’s father told the Herald Sun the Professional Standards Command was investigating how the video had been deleted.

The teens were charged with resisting arrest and possession of marijuana, but all charges were later dropped.

Leading Senior Constable Dennis Gundrill and Senior Constable Simon Mareangareu will face the Ringwood Magistrates’ Court in May over the alleged assault on the morning of Christmas Day 2014 near a convenience store in Vermont.

The father said he paid an IT consultant, used by the Australian Federal Police and NSW Police, to recover the video and clear his son’s name.

The father said police had “covered up the investigation”.

“The video will be used as evidence in the upcoming court case,” he said.

“The policeman grabbed my son’s friend by the ear, then he leans forward and punches him in the head.

“It shows the cop accuse him of being a smart-**** before it happens.

“He is a skinny little kid and the policeman is really big.

“When they saw my son filming, he was wrestled and his arm was twisted,” he said.
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Old 01-14-2016, 09:46 AM   #6625
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“Why do I have to show you my permit?” the man asks the first officer that responded to the scene. “I don’t have to show you my permit. I’m not showing you anything. I want to order my food and get up out of here.”

“Let me see your permit,” the cop responds. “I am requesting your permit.”

“Why are you requesting my permit?” the man asks again.

“Because you are armed in a public place,” the cop asserts.

“Is that illegal?” the man asks.

“It’s not,” the officer responds.

“Exactly,” the man says refusing to be cucked. “In a public place, I am the public, you are a public servant. I can walk where I want to. I’m requesting not to show you anything.”

“Do you have your permit?” the cop asks again.

“I’m not answering any questions sir,” the man says. “I’m just in Subway trying to order something to eat.”

Backup then arrives on the scene and another officer enters the establishment and begins rudely addressing the patron.

“Are you a supervisor?” the man asks.

After standing in quiet intimidation for several seconds, the obese cop retorts, “You see the stripes on my sleeve, don’t play games with me man. What’s going on mister video man?”
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Deputy pleads guilty in Carlton County K-9 abuse case | Grand Forks Herald

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A Ramsey County sheriff's deputy admitted Tuesday that he was "exceedingly drunk" when he was captured on video beating his police dog partner at a training event in Carlton County last summer.

Brett Arthur Berry, 48, pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of animal cruelty at the hearing in State District Court.

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Old 01-14-2016, 09:57 AM   #6627
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pulled over for a "suspended license"

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but turns out his license wasnt suspended, weird.




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Old 01-14-2016, 10:01 AM   #6629
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policing in the schools.


principle was tipped off kid had drugs.

search came up with nothing, so they arrested him for saying the word ****. and stole his phone to surpress evidence.
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cops hate people and dogs.

San Francisco 49ers Sued for Booting Service Dog and Owner | TMZ.com

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The San Francisco 49ers booted a fan and his service dog from Levi's Stadium which made the fan have a seizure ... according to the lawsuit he's now filed against the team.

James Hilburn says he and his Alaskan malamute, Bear, had no problems entering the Niners-Cardinals game on November 29 -- the ticket taker let them in, no questions asked. In his suit, Hilburn says he suffers myoclonic dystonia ... which causes seizures. Bear is trained to alert him and people nearby when one is about to hit.

In the lawsuit, James says once he entered the staidum, police and security guards surrounded him and said Bear was not allowed to be there -- and the stressful situation triggered a seizure.

TMZ Sports obtained video Hilburn's friend shot, and you can hear Bear yelping a warning. Police and stadium staff attempted to get a shuttle to pick them up, but Hilburn declined. He did end up suffering, and had to be hospitalized, according to his lawyer Mark Thomas.
Hilburn wants the team to pay for violating the Americans with Disabilities Act.

We reached out to the 49ers who told us they do not comment on pending litigation.
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San Francisco 49ers Sued for Booting Service Dog and Owner | TMZ.com

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The San Francisco 49ers booted a fan and his service dog from Levi's Stadium which made the fan have a seizure ... according to the lawsuit he's now filed against the team.

James Hilburn says he and his Alaskan malamute, Bear, had no problems entering the Niners-Cardinals game on November 29 -- the ticket taker let them in, no questions asked. In his suit, Hilburn says he suffers myoclonic dystonia ... which causes seizures. Bear is trained to alert him and people nearby when one is about to hit.

In the lawsuit, James says once he entered the staidum, police and security guards surrounded him and said Bear was not allowed to be there -- and the stressful situation triggered a seizure.

TMZ Sports obtained video Hilburn's friend shot, and you can hear Bear yelping a warning. Police and stadium staff attempted to get a shuttle to pick them up, but Hilburn declined. He did end up suffering, and had to be hospitalized, according to his lawyer Mark Thomas.
Hilburn wants the team to pay for violating the Americans with Disabilities Act.

We reached out to the 49ers who told us they do not comment on pending litigation.
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Old 01-15-2016, 09:34 AM   #6634
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I-40 Search Raises New 'Policing For Profit' Questions - Story

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A traffic stop along Interstate 40 is raising new questions about your constitutional rights. Among the questions: what happens to your right to say "no" to a search when police are looking for cash?

The traffic stop occurred west of Nashville, along a stretch of interstate in Dickson County that's become well-known for a controversial practice known as "policing for profit."

For three years, our investigation has documented how drug interdiction agencies in that area target out-of-state drivers. Those agencies fund their operations under a state law that lets them seize cash from drivers based on the suspicion that it's drug money.

"It seems like **** Germany, you've got to have the paperwork and the proper authorities to come through Tennessee," said San Diego resident Ronnie Hankins.

Hankins and his wife Lisa had been on the road for days back in May, after attending a family funeral in Virginia, when they got stopped on the westbound side of I-40. It came right after they passed an interdiction agent with the 23rd Judicial District Drug Task Force.

Lisa was driving.

"I told her we are going to get pulled over," Ronnie remembered.

"What made you think he was going to stop you?" NewsChannel 5 Investigates asked.

"Because we had out-of-state license plates and my wife is Hispanic."

After separating Lisa from her husband, supposedly so he could write her a warning ticket for a traffic violation, dashcam video shows that the agent began repeatedly questioning her about what was inside the car.

Then, he had a favor to ask.

"You say there's not anything illegal in it. Do you mind if I search it today to make sure?" the officer asked.

Lisa responded, "I'd have to talk to my husband."

She told NewsChannel 5 Investigates, "I just feel like he was harassing me, you know, wanting me to say yes that he can search my car."

The agent continued, "I am asking you for permission to search your vehicle today -- and you are well within your rights to say no and you can say yes. It's totally up to you as to whether you want to show cooperation or not."

So why not say yes?

"I mean there was no reason for him to search my car," Lisa said.

The interdiction agent told her that he was asking "because I do believe that you are not being honest with me."

The agent didn't believe their story that they had been to a funeral for Ronnie's grandfather, even though a quick search of the Internet would have proved they were telling the truth.

"You have to either give me a yes or no," he continued. "I do need an answer so I can figure out whether I need a dog to go around it or not."

Lisa recalled, "I was getting upset because he kept on asking me over and over. I said you have no reason to search my car."

That's when a second agent brought out a drug dog to sniff around their car.

"If that dog does not hit, they don't get to search your car?" NewsChannel 5 Investigates asked.

"No," Ronnie answered, "there is no probable cause."

But that's exactly what happened.

The interdiction agent told Ronnie, "We've ran a dog, and the dog's alerted on the vehicle. So we are going to be searching it, OK? And whatever is in there we are going to find in just a second."
Ronnie was furious.

"There's never been any drugs in the vehicle and never will be," he insisted.

It turns out that the man whom the task force stopped knows a thing or two about law enforcement himself. He's a federal police officer at the Marine Corps Air Station-Miramar in San Diego.

Ronnie began arguing with the task force officer.

"You are lying about the dog hitting on the car. The dog didn't hit on the car either. You guys are drug task force. You are out here harassing me and my wife when I am just coming back from a funeral," he said.

The agent responded sarcastically, "That is exactly how I would expect most police officers to act."

NewsChannel 5 Investigates asked Ronnie, "You are convinced that they cued that dog to hit?"

"Yes, 100 percent," he said. "There is no doubt they cued that dog."

If you look in slow-motion, the dog passes an open window on the passenger side with no alert. The handler then leads the dog around the front. Then, on the driver's side, he turns his body around and gestures toward the window. Suddenly, the dog sits. That's the alert.

"Just like a child, you can make a child say anything you want. You can make a dog do whatever you want to if you train them the right way," Ronnie explained.

"And you are convinced that's what happened here?"

"Yes."

The two agents can be seen on the dashcam video discussing the allegation.

"He says we're lying about the dog alert," the first officer said.

The dog handler replied, "Was he not sitting there and saw the same things we saw?"

For almost an hour, the two agents searched the Hankins belongings.

"Man, it ought to be here," the first officer said.

"Can't make it be here," the dog handler answered. "Ain't that what you told me before?"

"Yeah."

They even tore apart part of the dash of Lisa's new car.

"That really pissed me off when he started ripping everything out of my car," Lisa said.

"You felt violated?" NewsChannel 5 Investigates asked.

"Yeah, I felt violated. He didn't want to hear it."

And when Ronnie insisted there were no drugs, the agent confided he wasn't really expecting any.

"Well, I'll be honest with you, with you going this direction, I wouldn't think you'd have drugs in the car -- you would have a large amount of money," he said.

Ronnie's reaction: "I knew right now they were looking for money to fund their operations."
"And what made you think that?" we asked.

"Because they're not worried about the drugs, they were worried about the money."

When agents couldn't find anything, they wrote up a report to justify the dog's alert by saying they found "marijuana debris" on both the driver and passenger floorboards.

We showed the report to the couple.

"That's just them trying to cover their backside," Ronnie said.

He noted that the drug dog passed by the open passenger window and did not alert.

The truth, they said, is that all agents saw inside the car was grass from the cemetery where they had buried Ronnie's grandfather.

"It makes me angry that someone would attack my character because not only do they attack my character, but that could cost me my job," Ronnie said.

As for her experience, Lisa Hankins said she knows one thing for sure: "I know I won't never drive in Tennessee again. That's the last time."

The dog handler emphatically insisted, through his boss, that he did not give that dog any sort of command to alert on that car.

The Hankins said they're still suspicious.

While the agent thought they looked nervous, the Hankins said they were tired and jittery after being on the road for days. And Ronnie said, after two tours of duty in Iraq, that's just the way he is.

NewsChannel 5 Investigates took the dashcam video to a nationally respected respected expert. He believes the dog may have inadvertently been cued to hit on their car.
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Had my dogs in my front yard 20 sec max and while i was calling them inside a animal services truck pulls up and stops in the middle of the road telling me to put them inside or he will cite me in a rude manner.

As they were going in I told him to "get going". He replied rudely so I did in return.

He went on a small power trip because I didn't respect his "AUTHORITAH". Yes it could have avoided if I just shrugged off his attitude but I wasn't really in a good mood to begin with.

My vehicle was involved in a "hit and run" two days prior while it was parked under the light pole. Rear license plate was destroyed along with my fender being torn off. Made a police report about it in the early morning hours of Friday and different officers came and took the report.

These officers here are a different shift. I couldn't believe the slip he put on my vehicle which was a $58 penalty for not having a rear license plate. I grabbed it and went to somewhat confront the officer about it having my left hand holding the slip and right hand holding my camera.

He was hopelessly angry and in fear for his life obviously. After they left I called their (non emergency) number to speak with their supervisor. The supervisor was "vehicle 500" who drove off and told me to call the PD for the other officers name... After asking him if he was one of the officers here I couldn't believe he said yes. I didn't speak with him at all or know his title because he showed up while officer susa was writing the citation for my destroyed plates. Told the supervisor I would rather him return so we can speak in person. He excused the slip and took it from me. He was very upfront and cool with me and explained.

My issue is the officer who hit me with his door. I will file a complaint towards him. Thought the video was a lil funny. Ty for reading.
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