Sunday, March 30, 2008

Hornell, New York Police Officer Mark Mahoney charged with being an idiot

Hornell Police Officer Mark Mahoney has been charged with drunk driving...Setting an fine example for his community on how to conduct themselves. This veteran officer was found unconscious in his car on Maple City Drive in Hornell. Now that is some good old fashion drinking there. I wonder how many it took to bring this big guy down to the point where he left his car parked in the middle of the road?

It was around 11:30 Friday night, when another driver spotted the officer in the middle of the street and called 911. When his buddies arrived to help him out, Sergeant Mahoney was so intoxicated that he had to be taken to the local hospital for treatment.

Sergeant Mahoney was off duty when the incident occurred. Which is okay, have to do what the rest of society has to do...GO TO JAIL...GO DIRECTLY TO JAIL...DO NOT LET YOUR BUDDIES ESCORT YOU HOME. Instead, he was issued a ticket to appear in court.

Currently the police Chief has decided not to fire this fine upstanding officer, but instead let him stay on at full pay, and is allowed to go out and arrest other offenders of this same crime. The Chief and the Mayor say they plan to meet and discuss disciplinary action.

All of us at one time or the other have wanted to drink our ‘sorrows’ away, but the LAW says if we want to get that drunk, we have to do it in the privacy of our own home. Sergeant Mahoney should be held to these same standards.

Friday, March 28, 2008

Portland Police Officer Charged With Domestic Assault

Westbrook, Maine

Police officer Brian Regan 39, a 14-year Portland police veteran, who has a history of using excessive force was arrested last Tuesday night for assaulting his wife. He was also charged with reckless conduct with a dangerous weapon while in his home in Westbrook.

Regan’s lawyer claim that is was his wife that attempted to shoot him and that was when the gun accidentally discharged while he was attempting to disarm her.

This wasn’t the first time Officer Regan has gotten into trouble. In 2002, Officer Regan was accused of brutality during an arrest that followed a high speed chase. He was later acquitted of charges, an internal investigation found that Regan had used excessive force and was suspended for six months.

This Jackass is currently free from the Cumberland County jail on a 500 dollar bail after this latest charge of domestic violence, and has been ordered not to have any contact with his wife.


If this guy is allowed to continue being a law enforcement officer, it will only be a matter of time before he kills someone. Get this guy out of a uniform before he tries getting away with legally murdering someone.

Officer Chris Hansen Charged with Grand Theft

Another thief cop wearing a badge.

Rapid City police officer, Chris Hansen has been charged with grand theft for taking 30 thousand dollars from the Rapid City Peace Officers Association-Fraternal Order of Police Lodge No. 2, where he was the treasurer.

Hansen was arrested last week, but had already resigned from the police department back in January. The resignation followed an internal investigation into Hansen’s work performance.


He knew he was wrong that's why he quit. You should have never had a badge.

Baltimore police officer accused of sexual assault

Jackass of the Day Award!!!

Baltimore police officer Troy Gee Sr., who has been on the force for 11 years, has been suspended without pay, after being charged with four sex offense counts, two counts of assault and one count of sexual CHILD abuse.

A police spokesman said that 32 year old Gee assaulted a 13-years old female relative Wednesday at his home. Officer Gee fondled the young girl while in his basement and wouldn’t let her leave. The young girl also told the police that Officer Gee took a photo of her with his cell phone camera.

The young girl waited until Gee left for work, before reporting to a relative what had happened. The relative then told the girls mother who immediately called the police.

Officer Gee is currently suspended pending an administrative review, which will take place after the court case has concluded.


And these are the fine men that we're suppose to look up too and trust. Makes me sick!! Hope he gets double the time for disgracing his badge. Hope you get held down and ass fucked until you almost bleed to death. Sick Fuck!!

Thursday, March 27, 2008

Officer Brian Julius Coble charged with 7 felony counts

A Greensboro police officer faces multiple charges of fraud and identify theft.

Court documents reveal Officer Brian Julius Coble is accused of stealing a woman's credit card then going on a shopping spree.

In all, he faces seven felony charges including identity theft, credit card fraud and obtaining property by false pretenses.

According to arrest warrants coble stole a credit card and took at least five trips to Neimann Marcus.

Among the items police say he bought: $500 in shoes, $200 in clothes and on three separate occassions authorities say Coble bought jewelry.

On the last trip, they say he spent $2,000 on jewelry.

In total, investigators believe Coble spend $4,600 on the stolen credit card.

GPD suspended Coble in November for unrelated accusations.

Police will not give us details on that internal investigation.

He remains suspended without pay.

According to GPD, Coble makes $45,000 a year.

He's been released from jail on $10,000 bond.

Wednesday, March 26, 2008

Corrections Officer Karen Brown Charged with stealing from prisoner fund


A corrections officer is charged with stealing $1,120 in prisoner funds while working at the Pickaway County Jail.

Karen S. Brown, 47, a corporal and near-13 year employee, was arrested Monday and charged with theft in office, said Sheriff Dwight Radcliff.

Brown handled the cash taken from inmates when they were booked into the jail. She is charged with altering deposit slips and keeping some of the cash when making deposits in a trust account, said Lt. Robert Radcliff.

The amount discovered stolen was taken in February, Lt. Radcliff said. An investigation continues. Brown, who was placed on paid leave, appeared in Circleville Municipal Court and was released without bond.

Theft in office is a fourth-degree felony punishable by up to 18 months in prison and a lifetime ban from public employment.

Officer Charissa Garber Arrested for Felony theft

The suspect is Charissa Garber, a road patrol officer with the Jasper, Missouri Police Department, and a former jailer for the Jasper County Detention Center.

Authorities say she had been working as a clerk at a Sarcoxie convenience store, and say she stole a wallet and cell phone that a customer had left on the counter.

Garber is charged with felony stealing and has been suspended from the Jasper Police Department.


I wonder how many people she has arrested for stealing? I hate an officer who will commit the same crime that they have arrested someone else for.

Another Miami, Oklahoma officer arrested...charged with indecent exposure

A Miami police officer has been suspended without pay after he was charged with indecent exposure.

Miami Police Chief Gary Anderson said police Lt. James Lloyd Gambill Jr. would be placed on administrative leave pending an internal investigation.

"This type of conduct is completely unacceptable and will not be tolerated,'' Anderson said. "I have dismissed officers of their duties for a lot less than this.''

Gambill, a 15-year veteran of the Miami Police Department, was charged Tuesday with one felony count of indecent exposure, and a warrant was issued for his arrest. Anderson said the allegations would be a violation of the police department's personnel policy prohibiting conduct unbecoming to the officer or the department.

A convenience store clerk told investigators that Gambill, 48, called her to his patrol car, then exposed himself and masturbated. Gambill reportedly returned to the store the following day to apologize.

The clerk told investigators she had initially asked Gambill if he would like to have dinner with her, but backed off after finding out Gambill was married.

Anderson said he initially heard of the allegations several weeks ago through an officer who received the complaint, and he contacted the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation. The OSBI's investigation took six weeks.

``This is not something I felt my department should handle,'' Anderson said.

He is free on $5,000 bail and is scheduled to return to court Monday.


Here we go again with another officer who can't keep his dick in his pants while on duty. What a disgrace!!

Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Officer Jose Ortiz Arrested by FBI

Jose Ortiz, a 20-year Boston Police officer has been arrested by the FBI.

The case against Ortiz begun on August 30, 2006, when the cop was caught on a security tape coming into a Boston business. He told the victim that he worked for the ‘Colombian people’ who wanted the victim to pay off an alleged drug debt of $260,000. He told the victim he would kill him and his family if he didn’t corporate. Instead the victim reported the incident to the authorities. For the next few months the victim gave Officer Ortiz thousands of dollars while he was in uniform.

When the FBI went to arrest Ortiz he began screaming, "I'm a cop!" as he was forced to his knees, his hands in the air. The FBI agents cuffed him and pushed him down onto the pavement. Ortiz tried again: "I'm a cop!" But this time, for the first time, that would not be enough to help him get off easy.

After Ortiz went down, Ed Davis joined Lieutenant Detective Frank Mancini, the arresting officer from the anti-corruption unit, in the room where Ortiz was being questioned and booked. For a minute or so, Davis glared at the disgraced cop in his BPD blues. Then he tore the badge off Ortiz's chest, snapping, "You are no longer a Boston police officer. You don't deserve to wear this."

But Davis now admits that Ortiz should have had his badge confiscated long before that day. Prior to his arrest, Ortiz had been suspended from the force six different times, for offenses that included swearing at a commanding officer, lying on police reports, double dipping into overtime, and stealing a sheet from a fellow officer's citation book to write a bothersome neighbor an illegal ticket. Yet for all these violations, Ortiz was never severely punished. The most serious disciplinary action he received was for forging detail slips, for which he got a 70-day unpaid suspension. And even then he served only 20 days.

Worse still, even if everything the FBI says is true, Ortiz is far from the only strike against the BPD, which has seen its reputation sullied by a string of recent scandals: Officer Edgardo Rodriguez pleads guilty to lying to a federal grand jury and distributing steroids. Officer Paul Durkin shoots a cop buddy who tried to take his keys after a night of drinking, and is forced to resign. In January, veteran officer Michael T. Jones is arrested for allegedly robbing a Roslindale gas station at gunpoint. The next month, detective Kevin Guy, a longtime narcotics cop, is hit with a 45-day suspension after testing positive for steroids. Two officers, Windell Josey, who worked with domestic violence victims, and David Murphy, are nabbed by other police departments—one in Randolph and one in Baltimore, Maryland—for allegedly assaulting their girlfriends. At the department's Hyde Park evidence warehouse, a facility only cops are allowed into, a probe finds that drugs from nearly 1,000 cases spanning 16 years have been stolen or improperly discarded.

Now, many law enforcement officials are bracing for the final sentencing hearing for a group of disgraced cops known in the department as "the Three Amigos." All three officers pleaded guilty to drug possession and trafficking charges. One of them, Carlos Pizarro, was sentenced to 13 years in federal prison in December. Another, Nelson Carrasquillo, was sentenced to 18 years last month. According to court documents, the suspected ringleader, Roberto Pulido, was also accused of (though never charged with) involvement in an identity fraud ring and helping to run an illegal after-hours club in Hyde Park, where strippers would perform lap dances for cops in a closed area called "the Boom-Boom Room." He is likely to receive his term in the coming months.

Meanwhile, even more sordid revelations may soon emerge. Pulido's 2002 shooting at the hands of a shadowy assailant will also be reviewed. And the U.S. Attorney's Office has initiated an investigation into allegations of widespread steroid abuse in the BPD.

Back in 2001, Commissioner Paul Evans walked into the District E-13 station house in Jamaica Plain for roll call and presented three awards for exemplary conduct. All three went to the same cop. According to one of the citations, which commended the officer for chasing down and apprehending a robber on Tremont Street, his actions were "indicative of the outstanding professionalism he displays no matter where or when called upon to perform his oath of office." That officer was Roberto Pulido.

Pulido, of course, would later become notorious for allegedly running a series of criminal enterprises that included selling steroids, protecting drug dealers, stealing motorists' identities, and helping manage the Boom-Boom Room in the illegal nightclub not far from the mayor's Hyde Park home. That all this culminated in the biggest BPD scandal in memory is well known. But now even an incident for which Pulido was lauded is getting another look.

Assistant U.S. Attorney John McNeil has issued subpoenas to up to a dozen Boston police officers to appear in front of a grand jury convened to hear evidence on steroid abuse in the BPD. According to a source, three officers, one of them a homicide detective, were transferred after receiving their subpoenas. Two BPD sources, including one with direct knowledge of the investigation, confirmed the ongoing grand jury—where what went on in Pulido's Boom-Boom Room is also likely to be reexamined. And the fact that Pulido's sentencing, originally slated for February, has been pushed back is causing some in the department to wonder whether he is giving up other officers in return for a reduced punishment.

SC Trooper used his car to ram suspect fleeing on foot


Videos have surfaced showing two members of the South Carolina Highway Patrol using their cruisers to ram fleeing suspects, just weeks after two leaders of the agency resigned because of a furor over a trooper's use of a racial slur.

In one of the two new dash-cam videos, which were first reported Wednesday by The Post and Courier of Charleston, Lance Cpl. Steven C. Garren drives after a man on foot, striking him when he crosses in front of Garren's cruiser. The man flips over the car's hood and into high grass on the roadside.

"Yeah, I hit him. I was trying to hit him," Garren, who is white, can be heard telling another trooper.

In the other, Lance Cpl. Alexander Richardson drives between apartment buildings, on sidewalks and past onlookers in an attempt to run down a suspect. After about a minute, Richardson's car bumps the man, who grabs the vehicle in an attempt to steady himself. The man doesn't fall and takes off running again.

Sid Gaulden, a spokesman for the Department of Public Safety, said neither trooper was available for comment. A message left at a number for an Alexander Richardson was not immediately returned. Garren did not have a listed phone number.

The videos depicted isolated events, and the troopers involved had been punished, Gaulden said.

Garren received a three-day suspension, which he has appealed. Richardson was reprimanded and completed a stress management course, disciplinary records show.

Geoffrey Alpert, a University of South Carolina criminal justice professor who consults with police on pursuit policies, said using cars as battering rams shows poor decision making.

"They're just lazy," Alpert said. "Rather than get out of their car or get in a foot race, or tackle someone ... they'll just hit them with the car door, with the bumper, and hope they don't run them over."

Alpert said he had never seen any training materials that advised authorities to use cruisers to hit suspects on foot.

The suspects in both of the new videos are black. One of the troopers involved is white, and the other is black, Gaulden said.

The Post and Courier's report about the videos comes three weeks after Highway Patrol Col. Russell Roark and his boss, Public Safety Director James Schweitzer, submitted their resignations over their handling of an incident in which a white trooper used racial slur during a traffic stop.

"You better run," then-Lance Cpl. Daniel C. Campbell said, using a derogatory term for blacks, "because I'm fixin' to kill you."

Campbell was reprimanded, suspended and ordered to undergo anger and diversity training. After Roark resigned, Campbell was reassigned to administrative duties. Gov. Mark Sanford said he should have been fired.

Schweitzer has said he would step down after his replacement is confirmed.


Another typical, lazy ass cop disgraceful cop that needs to have his badge shoved up his ass. Thank goodness for dash-cams. Suspicion of crime and/or running from the police is no authorization to abuse suspects of any race.

Cops are only hurting themselves by doing this; the more they do this, the more people are going to hate them.

And this, my friends, is the epitome of why I don't respect cops as a whole anymore.

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Policeman admits to drinking 18 beers and being on duty

A POLICE officer who admitted to drinking at least 18 beers before going on duty to carry out a breath test has not been disciplined.

Instead, Senior-Constable Adam Reedy has been promoted – despite telling a court last month about a wild night in Cunnamulla that ended with him knocked unconscious after trying to arrest a woman.

Reedy was at the Warrego Hotel about 10pm on May 14, 2005, when asked by colleagues to carry out a breath test.

After the test he drank two rums at the Club Hotel and about 12.45am declared himself on duty to arrest local woman Corrinne Mitchell, who he says spat on him, sparking a fight that ended in Reedy being flown to Toowoomba Hospital for treatment.

Three people pleaded guilty to charges over the incident but five others fought the charges, which were dropped last month when a judge ruled Reedy's evidence unreliable.

A police spokesman said the matter was being reviewed but "at this time the Queensland Police Service has not received any complaint about the matter".

Reedy, who is now a plainclothes detective in Cairns, admitted in the District Court in Charleville to drinking about two mid-strength beers per hour between 10am and 6pm while off-duty at a golf function.

From there, the then-constable went to a barbecue where he continued to consume alcohol, before moving on to the Warrego Hotel about 10pm.

In court, defence barrister Phil Hardcastle asked Reedy: "Now how many drinks did you have at the Warrego before you went back on duty to do this breath test?"

"Mate, it was just one drink all up," Reedy replied.

Mr Hardcastle says: "Then you drop into the Club Hotel. You have two rum and Cokes and you're called away by Senior Constable Lahey?"

"Yep," Reedy replies.

An attempt by Constable Lahey to take Reedy home failed – he returned instead to the Club Hotel where he was later assaulted by a group of people after he put himself back on duty and tried to arrest Ms Mitchell.

In court, Crown witnesses backed the defendants' claim that Reedy had directed racial comments at Aborigines in a bar and then dragged Ms Mitchell by her hair, pulling clumps out.

Reedy denied the claims.

A statement from the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions states the charge of grievous bodily harm against Ms Mitchell and four others was thrown out because "the judge concluded that it would be unsafe to rely on the complainant's memory to establish guilt beyond doubt".

"The reasons for this were that the complainant had consumed a large amount of alcohol before the injuries were inflicted . . . and he had been knocked unconscious in the attack."

A police spokesman admitted a driver had been charged over the earlier breath test performed by Reedy.

Queensland Council for Civil Liberties vice-president Terry O'Gorman said the public had the right to have their breath tests carried out by officers who were not affected by alcohol.

QPS policy states officers who have a blood alcohol content above .02 face disciplinary action.

Mr O'Gorman called for a Crime and Misconduct Commission inquiry into the police handling of the matter.

A police spokesman said Police Commissioner Bob Atkinson and Reedy were unavailable for comment.

Monday, March 24, 2008

Officer charged with drowning 50 kittens

VICTORVILLE — Prosecutors filed six counts on Monday against an Adelanto Animal Control supervisor who allegedly drowned roughly 50 kittens over a four-month period,officials said.

Kevin Murphy, 36, faces six misdemeanor counts of cruelty to animals, said Supervising Deputy District Attorney Jim Hill, of the Victorville District Attorney’s office.

Hill said the charges stem from Murphy allegedly drowning the kittens between July and October — some 50 animals in all. If convicted, Murphy could face six years in county jail for the drownings.

“The maximum penalty for each charge is one year in county jail or a $20,000 fine or both,” said Hill, who added that Murphy will be arraigned on May 19.

In 22 years as a prosecutor, Hill said he had never seen a case like this involving an animal control employee.

Murphy was not arrested for the animal cruelty and will be notified by mail of when to appear in court, said Hill.

WTF was this guy thinking? If he is guilty this code enforcement guy should get the same treatment as disgraced Atlanta Falcon's quarterback Michael Vick: 50 felony counts, loss of job effective immediately.

Sgt. Chris Jones Charged with Murder

An off-duty Shelby County sheriff's sergeant has been charged with second-degree murder in a shooting early Friday at an East Memphis lounge.

Sgt. Chris M. Jones, 39, the son of former Memphis City Council member E.C. Jones, was taken into custody at the scene.

Memphis police responded to the call at the Wind Jammer restaurant, 786 E. Brookhaven, at 12:50 a.m., where they found that two people had been shot.

Wind Jammer's disc jockey, Donald Munsey, 42, was taken to the Regional Medical Center at Memphis, where he was pronounced dead, police said.

A 22-year-old man remained in critical condition at The Med Friday evening. Police did not identify the second shooting victim.

Jones, who was off duty at the time of the shooting, has also been charged with attempted second-degree murder.

Police said the shootings stemmed from an argument in the parking lot between Jones and the 22-year-old man. After the pair moved into the restaurant, Munsey attempted to resolve the argument when a physical fight broke out. Jones shot both victims during the altercation, according to police investigators.

Reached Friday morning by phone, E.C. Jones said he hadn't been able to talk with his son. "I was advised he'd been involved in an altercation ... why it happened, I don't know."

"The Sheriff's Office is conducting an administrative investigation about the circumstances that led to Sgt. Jones' arrest. This has been a tragic event for the victims and their families," Shelby County Sheriff Mark H. Luttrell said in a statement.

It's against the law for an off-duty officer to carry a gun into a bar, said Sheriff's Office spokesman Steve Shular, although deputies are allowed to carry their weapons elsewhere while off-duty.

Jones, a member of the West Tennessee Drug Task Force, has been employed by the sheriff's department since 1991. He's been involved in a number of traffic stops that led to major drug busts, including one in 2007 that led to the seizure of more than a million dollars worth of marijuana.

Jones' most recent performance review, dated June 2007, indicated that he "exceeds department expectations," although he received a written reprimand on April 18 for boxing-in a car during a traffic stop without the proper training.

He was counseled to "improve supervisory effectiveness when anticipating and meeting unexpected situations."

Earlier in his career, Jones took part in an arrest involving four deputies that led to a $3.5 million settlement against the county. Deputies hog-tied Bertram Brunson after a 1991 arrest on a DUI charge, cutting off oxygen to his brain and causing him to lapse into a coma.

The deputies were suspended briefly but returned to active duty later that year. In 1992, a Shelby County grand jury declined to indict them in the incident.

The Wind Jammer is on a formerly residential street just off Poplar in the shadow of Clark Tower. A sign on on the lounge informs customers that it's open from "4 p.m. till."

Saturday, March 22, 2008

Former Trooper Kevin Coleman Charged with Obstruction of justice

A former Pennsylvania State Trooper from Harrisburg has been charged in U.S. Middle DistrictCourt with obstructing justice for exchanging sexual favors for information on criminal investigations in local prostitution related activities.

An information filed by federal officials alleges that Kevin J. Coleman, 42, of Harrisburg, tipped off pimps and prostutitutes on the progress of an investigation into prostitution-related activites at the Gables Truck Stop in East Hanover Twp., Dauphin County.

After a two-week trial in U.S. Middle District Court last October, several members of a Toledo, Ohio, based prostitution ring were convicted of conspiracy to promote interstate prostitution between February 2001 and December 2005.

Federal prosecutors charged that the ring operated from diverse locations in Pennsylvania, Louisiana, Arkansas, Georgia, Tennessee, among others, starting in February of 2001.

State police troopers, including Coleman, working with special agents from the FBI, were able to tap the cell phones of several of the pimps.

Coleman, if convicted faces as much as 10 years in prison and a finie of up to $250,000.

Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Buddy Visser entered plea

A former Tulsa police officer pleaded guilty Thursday to stealing guns and ammunition from the department and selling them on the Internet.

Buddy Visser, 47, entered the plea to the charges of possession and sale of stolen firearms and mail fraud, which were filed by the U.S. Attorney's Office March 5.

He said his criminal conduct involved between eight and 24 firearms.

U.S. District Judge Terence Kern will sentence Visser -- who is free on bond -- on June 10. Assistant U.S. Attorney Robert Raley estimated that federal guidelines will suggest a prison sentence from two years to three years, five months.

Raley told the court that Visser "deprived the taxpayers and the city of Tulsa of the honest services he had taken an oath to maintain" when he committed the crimes during the first 11 months of 2007.

Visser resigned from the force March 6 after a 17-year career.

Chief Ron Palmer said that same day that "the resignation was accepted with no regret."
During Thursday's plea hearing before U.S. Magistrate Paul Cleary, Visser did not try to justify his crimes, but he told the court that he has been treated for manic- depression and post-traumatic stress disorder and is taking medication.

Visser admitted in his plea agreement that from January 2007 through late November he stole weapons and ammunition from the Tulsa Police Department's firing range, where he was an instructor.

Visser said he asked for prices so low that purchasers typically would buy quickly.

Visser had been suspended in December after the Tulsa Police Department and the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives began investigating theft allegations.
His plea agreement indicates that Visser will be expected to pay restitution to the city for any unrecovered firearms and to the purchasers of guns that are located.

Raley said he does not an ticipate that anyone else will be charged with stealing guns from the Police Department and selling them. However, he would not comment about whether any further inquiries related to the Visser investigation are under way.

Palmer has said the department is now considering adding cameras and new auditing measures to ensure the security of weapons at the range.


Another bad cop off the streets!!!

Sunday, March 16, 2008

Miami officer charged with buying steroids

Miami Officer John I. Fedak, a U.S. Marine reservist who recently completed a tour in Iraq, has been arrested on charges of buying steroids through the mail, police said.

He is the third Miami officer arrested this week.

On Monday, Officer Yatha LeGrand was arrested by Bay Harbor Islands officers, who say she allegedly slapped her live-in girlfriend.

Earlier that day, Officer Rondal Brown surrendered to his own department, accused of allowing his police bloodhound, Dynasty, to starve to death.

''It's always disappointing when you have to investigate and arrest your own,'' said Miami Detective Delrish Moss, a spokesman.

Fedak, 26, was cuffed late Wednesday, charged with possession of a controlled substance.

Miami internal affairs investigators ''received information'' that Fedak, six-foot-two, 175 pounds, had been buying steroids for his own use.

Detectives teamed up with Miami-Dade police, the FBI and U.S. postal inspectors to send a phony delivery -- a package containing four vials of steroids -- to Fedak's home.

Fedak, knowing the package contained steroids, signed for the delivery and was arrested, according to his arrest report.

Fedak posted $5,000 bail Thursday and was released from Miami-Dade County Jail. Hired in 2004, he served on the department's SWAT Team.

Fedak did not return a phone call from The Miami Herald.

LeGrand, 38, a patrolwoman hired in 1990, was arrested Monday in Bay Harbor Islands, where she has lived with her girlfriend for five years.

According to police, she slapped her girlfriend and smashed the woman's cellphone to prevent her from calling police. LeGrand was charged with simple battery.

''I feel I was wrongly accused,'' she told WPLG-ABC 10 after her release.

The most high-profile arrest was that of Brown, 48, who surrendered after a four-month investigation by internal affairs and prosecutors.

Investigators say he allowed Dynasty the dog, who specialized in finding missing persons, to starve to death. The 4-year-old dog lost 30 pounds in 11 months.

Brown is charged with animal cruelty and an offense against a police dog. His attorney, William Matthewman, says Brown would never intentionally hurt his beloved bloodhound.


"ROID RAGE" is responsible for hundreds of deaths every year. Murders, suicides (Chris Benoit), road rage killings, and overdoses are just some of the examples of the damage these drugs cause.
A police officer must be beyond any reproach. This idiot, like many other cops and firemen, believe that they are above the law and can break the law and use illegal drugs.Cops who commit crimes must go to jail and submit to prison justice. Since these steroid midgets no longer posess the manly attributes due to their illegal usage, they are the perfect prison bitches with their virgin poop chutes.

Officer Thomas Joyce Arrested Near St. Patty's Parade

Officer Thomas Joyce Accused Of Breaking Into Women's Home In Savannah

A Boston police officer was arrested near a St. Patrick's Day festival in Savannah, Ga., Friday night after forcing his way into the home of two women, police said.

Officer Thomas Joyce, of Roxbury, was arrested after he allegedly broke into the women's home in the 500 block of East State Street around 10:30 p.m. Savannah police said he assaulted the women by physically restraining them and then pulling them out of their home, holding them against their will.

Patrolling officers arrested Joyce, 46, and charged him with false imprisonment, battery, obstruction and criminal trespass after the victims identified him as their assailant, police said.

His motive for attacking for the women and whether he knew them or not is unknown.He was taken to the Chatham County jail.Savannah police said they arrested dozens of other people in the downtown area where the festival was held.

Friday, March 14, 2008

Woman from Kansas Stuck to the toilet seat

Now this is one messed up mind disorder.

Here is the most bizarre story that I’ve heard for the day. Apparently a 35 year old woman from Ness City, Kansas, sat on her boyfriends toilet for two years, and become stuck to the seat as her skin literally grew around the seat.

While she sat there in the bathroom, her boyfriend brought her food and water. He begged for her to come out, but he apparently never thought to call for help until Feb. 27. When Sheriff Bryan Whipple tried to remove her, she stated that nothing was wrong, and she didn’t want to leave. They finally persuaded her to go the hospital, after they pried the toilet seat off the commode with a pry bar. They were unable to remove the seat from her body and had to take it with her to the hospital.

The Sheriff said that the house was cluttered but not in a big mess, but still there was an overpowering smell obviously coming from the bathroom. She had open sores on her butt, which made the toilet seat stick to her backside. They said it appeared likely that she sat on the toilet seat continually for at least a month without bathing or changing her clothes.

Her boyfriend (McFarren) continued to have conversations with her all while in the bathroom. McFarren works at an antique store and said he has been taking care of the woman for the 16 years that they have lived together. He insisted that he tried to coax her out of the bathroom everyday, but she always would reply, ‘Maybe tomorrow.’
Doctors at the Wichita hospital told the boyfriend an infection in her legs has damaged her nerves and may leave her in a wheelchair. At this time she is said to be in fair condition.

The Sheriff is recommending charges be brought against the boyfriend for mistreatment of a dependent adult.

Now here is the problem with this...Why do they need to arrest this guy? Obviously this guy has as many problems as she does. They both need to have some counseling, not the stress of possible jail time.

Thursday, March 13, 2008

Governor Eliot Spitzer...Jackass Award of the Day

The Jackass award of the day goes to...

Governor Eliot Spitzer

As much as I would like to ignore this subject, it’s like in my face constantly here recently. I’m trying to avoid writing about it because it not like it’s anything new. It has happened many times in the past with others of authority.

This 48 years old father of three daughters, resigned Wednesday after getting caught having sex with a prostitute. He spent $85,000 dollars on call girls, and used a Washington hotel the night before Valentine’s Day.
Damn that must be some really good pussy.
Goes to show where his true love is...between his fucking pants...ha!!

The case started when banks noticed frequent cash transfers from several accounts and filed suspicious activity reports with the Internal Revenue Service, a law enforcement official said. He was identified as “Client 9” in court papers.

"Over the course of my public life, I've insisted, I think correctly, that people regardless of their position or power take responsibility for their conduct. I can and will ask no less of myself," Spitzer said at a Manhattan news conference with his wife, Silda, at his side.

Too bad he didn’t think about this before he broke the law.

But this is what really pisses me off: Spitzer, a first-term Democrat, built his political reputation on rooting out government corruption, and made a name for himself as attorney general as crusader against shady practices and overly generous compensation. He also cracked down on prostitution.

Here’s another motherfucker who is in charge and thinks he is above and beyond the law. He can crack down on laws, but not have to follow them himself. What a fucking Jackass!!

It is a federal crime to protect a prostitution ring when you're an elected official. Spitzer was the attorney general before becoming governor, and busted all the OTHER prostitution rings in NY but not this one.

That’s because he wanted the pussy. He was thinking with what’s between his legs!! Like most men do. He knew he was breaking the law in many ways and still chose to do it. The public put their trust in him when he was elected and he willingly broke that trust. He should get no break and a message should be sent to other elected officials that they cannot break our trust. We should have no sympathy or make excuses that "they all do it." If his sex drive was unmanageable, he knew it when he ran for office, and in the language of legal complaints, he "knew or should have known" it would be a problem for him while in office.

I can’t believe that his wife has no self respect. How can she even stand beside the piece of crap while he was giving his pathetic little " I’m sorry I’m a male ho" speech. I would have been packing his stuff or better yet waiting until I was on live TV and slapped him as America watched.

Others of authority who aren’t any better than this jackass..

Sen. Larry Craig, R-Idaho, pleaded guilty to a charge of disorderly conduct in a sting that aimed to curb public sexual acts in a Minneapolis men's airport bathroom in August 2008. Craig was formally reprimanded by the Senate Ethics Committee and said he will not run for re-election in 2008.

The phone number of Sen. David Vitter, R-La., turned up on a list of phone records in the case against alleged brothel owner Deborah Jeane Palfrey, aka "the D.C. Madam." Vitter admitted responsibility and apologized privately to colleagues, but has faced no formal sanctions for his actions.

Rep. Mark Foley, R-Fla., resigned last fall after sexually explicit messages to underage male pages surfaced.

James McGreevey resigned his post as the governor of New Jersey in November 2004 after admitting to an affair with a male employee.

The House impeached President Bill Clinton in 1998 for lying under oath and obstructing justice in a probe into his extramarital affair with intern Monica Lewinsky.

Sen. Bob Packwood, R-Ore., resigned his seat in 1995 after being accused of sexual misconduct by 29 women, including former aide Paige Wagers, right.

In 1989, Rep. Donald Lukens, R-Ohio, was convicted on a misdemeanor charge for paying a 16-year-old girl to have sex with him in 1988.

Rep. Barney Frank, D-Mass., in 1989 admitted to dating a male escort but said he did not know the man was running a prostitution service from Frank's apartment.

Democrat Gary Hart was caught in an extramarital affair with model Donna Rice in 1988. The revelation effectively ended the former Colorado senator's presidential bid.
In 1983 the House censured Rep. Gerry Studds, D-Mass., above, and Rep. Daniel Crane, R-Ill., for separate cases of sexual activity with underage pages.

In 1974, Rep. Wilbur Mills, D-Ark., was pulled over in his car and his girlfriend, a stripper with the stage name Fanne Fox, jumped out and dived into the Tidal Basin. Source: AP

They should have all done what Chris Rock said, “I’m gonna go home and fuck that old pussy until it becomes new again.”

Monday, March 10, 2008

Officer Gary Allen Steele Held for Torture of Girlfriend


March 9 2008

An off-duty Police officer accused of striking his girlfriend with a baseball bat and firing three rounds from his service revolver has been arraigned on seven charges, including torture and assault with intent to murder.

Gary Allen Steele, 42, is charged with hitting his 37-year-old girlfriend in the legs with a baseball bat during an argument Tuesday, then firing the shots.

Police were called to the couple’s home in the area of Pinehurst and Glengarry in Canton Township at about 12:30 p.m., and Steele surrendered without resistance.

The torture and attempted murder charges carry possible sentences of life in prison.

Steele was also charged Thursday with assault with intent to do great bodily harm less than murder, a 10-year felony; two counts of felonious assault and discharging a weapon in a building, four-year felonies; and using a firearm during a felony, which carries a mandatory two-year prison sentence on conviction.

Steele was held on 10 percent of a $5 million bond, and ordered to appear for preliminary examination on March 17. The seven-year veteran has been suspended with pay, Detroit officials said.

Officer Richard McKeon Arrested for Murder

Buffalo NY March 10 2008

Police say that they are working a homicide case today and that they do have a suspect and have made an arrest.

It seems that the suspect in the murder is Richard McKeon, a cop for Buffalo State college Police.

Sheriff’s officials say that McKeon killed Maureen Migliore and dumped her body in Orleans County. Deputies are not saying where the actual murder took place or much of anything else right now.

Migliore’s body was found early Friday morning on Maple Street in the town of Barre but authorities wouldn’t say who found the body.

Police say she lived with McKeon in West Valley, New York which is located in Cattaraugus county.

Tonight McKeon is in the Orleans County jail without bail.

Former Boston police officer sentenced to 18 years in drug case

A federal judge has sentenced a former Boston police officer to 18 years in prison for protecting a cocaine shipment for FBI agents posing as drug dealers.

Nelson Carrasquillo was jailed Monday, nearly three months after the first of two colleagues was sentenced to a 13-year prison term for conspiring to protect what they believed was 100 kilograms of cocaine.

The three policemen were arrested in 2006 after they went to Miami to collect $36,000 from people they thought were drug dealers.

They had been hired to escort a truck they believed was carrying cocaine.

All three pleaded guilty.

U.S. Attorney Michael Sullivan says the 36-year-old Carrasquillo provided counter-surveillance services, monitored Boston Police radio communication and helped guide a drug shipment.

Friday, March 07, 2008

Cops warned to give more traffic tickets

Ocean Township, New Jersey file complaint against departmental demands that they achieve numeric traffic ticket goals.

Ocean Township, New Jersey police officers pressured by supervisors to achieve a specific traffic ticket quotas filed a grievance last week against their own department. With the support of their local police union, Patrolmen Les Laffan and Doug Willms suggested that negative performance reports placed in their personnel files may run afoul of a state law prohibiting numeric ticket quotas. The reports specified the exact number of tickets all officers must write or face disciplinary action including the loss of opportunities to earn overtime pay.

"Your motor vehicle enforcement must improve by April 1st to a rate that would have you meet the standard of ten summons(es) a month or your participation in voluntary duties with this department will be suspended and departmental charges will be considered," the reports stated.

The Police Chief Antonio V. Amodio Jr. defended the practice to the the Asbury Park Press newspaper and maintained his department has no quotas.

"Everything from parking violations on up, these officers were only writing an average of 3 and a half summonses per month, 40-some summonses per year, which we felt was completely unacceptable," Amodio told the Press. "The standard -- and I specify standard; it's not a quota -- the standard currently being used in the department is 120 summonses per year."

Ocean Township officials have been concerned about a seven percent drop in revenue from traffic tickets last year. In 2006, it raised $744,303 from citations but only $687,063 last year. The focus on increasing the number of traffic tickets has not resulted in any corresponding decrease in the number of accidents over the past seven years.

"When they start to mandate the high number of production to offset other revenue... that raises serious questions about which roads are toll roads and which are not," New Jersey State Policemen's Benevolent Association spokesman Jim Ryan told the Press.

Source: (Asbury Park Press (NJ), 3/2/2008)

Kudos to these officers, they need to cease all these needless stops and focus more on violent crimes. Those in charge need to stop relying on money from traffic stops and instead seek revenue from other sources.

Wednesday, March 05, 2008

TPD Officer Buddy Visser Sold Stolen Weapons

Once again there is a local officer who is more of a thug than the people he has arrested. Police officer Buddy Visser of the Tulsa Police Department for 17 years is under investigation by the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.
He faces federal firearms charges after being accused of selling stolen weapons and ammunition from the TPD training range. Currently Chief Palmer has suspended Officer Visser indefinitely, without pay.

This jackass and his wife were accused of excessive force during an OFF-Duty traffic stop, back in 2000. But as always they believe the officer just because he’s an officer, and all charges were dropped against them. This officer lied to his own police department, so he more than likely lied back then. No officer or person should be allowed to point their weapon at another citizen because a child threw something out of a car at them. Sounds like this officer should have been tested to see if he was using steroids.

Chief Palmer said that they also violated policies regarding the use of force and were ordered to pay $150,000 in punitive damages. But a year later the Vissers were reinstated to their assignments after an arbitrator reversed their terminations.

There is all kinds of bad cops out there, they just haven't been caught yet, or they keep getting away with wrong doing just because they have a badge. Someone needs to police the police if they are not going to police themselves. I hope this latest charge puts him away for double the time someone else could have gotten for the same crime. Then maybe some of these bad officers would think twice before committing a double the time.