Thursday, February 28, 2008

Trooper Richard Keener Arrested for Rape & Sexual Assault of Minor

A Pennsylvania State Trooper, who was stationed at the State Police Lamar Barracks in Clinton County, has been charged with rape and sexual assault.
Attorney General Tom Corbett identified the defendant as Richard S. Keener, 39, of Marble Lane, Bellefonte, Centre County. Corbett said that the Attorney General's investigation was launched based on a conflict of interest referral by the Clinton County District Attorney's Office.
According to the criminal complaint, Keener met the victim and her friend at a Lock Haven tavern on May 16, 2006. Keener allegedly consumed a significant amount of alcohol and asked the victim about seeing "naked girls," which she responded "no, I'm not doing that.
"The charges state that around 1:30 a.m. on May 17, 2006, Keener accompanied the victim and her friend back to her apartment after leaving the tavern. Keener allegedly followed the victim into her bedroom, shut the door, forcibly grabbed her by the neck and threw her onto the bed.
According to the criminal complaint, the victim attempted to kick Keener to make him stop, but was unable to overpower him. Keener allegedly squeezed her throat each time she tried to scream and forcibly removed her jeans and underwear while holding her down on the bed.
Corbett said that Keener allegedly bit the victim multiple times on her neck, breast, lower abdomen, inner thigh and on both shoulders.According to the criminal complaint, the victim kicked her legs and shook her head back and forth negatively, but Keener continued to bite her and allegedly proceeded to expose himself without removing his pants and forcibly had vaginal intercourse with her.
Corbett explained that Keener was about eight inches taller and 130 pounds heavier than the victim, making it difficult to counter his attack.Corbett said that Keener left to use the bathroom and the victim ran into the living room and immediately told her friend what had just happened.
Keener allegedly returned and stayed in the living room for a brief time before leaving the apartment around 3:00 a.m.The charges state that the victim became distraught and panicked after Keener left and was taken to a local hospital to be treated.
Photographs taken during a sexual assault examination showed evident bite marks on her body.Keener is charged with two counts of indecent assault and one count each of rape and sexual assault. He was preliminarily arraigned before Centre County Magisterial District Judge Thomas Jordan and released on $25,000 unsecured bail. A preliminary hearing will be scheduled at a later date. Corbett thanked the Lock Haven City Police Department for their assistance with the case.

I never did like this jackass when he was on Now come to find out he's been lying to them all this time. Goes to show you never really know who you are talking too.
Hope he rots in hell for what he has done. Sick Fuck!!!

No traces of steroids in four Sand Springs police officers

Drug tests at an independent lab have found no traces of steroids in four Sand Springs police officers, police said Thursday. Police administrators released the results of the tests to the Leader.

Blood and urine samples were tested for four officers who were under suspicion of using steroids. All test results from a St. Francis Hospital testing lab found no traces of anabolic steroids. There will be no discipline associated with the use of steroids as a result of this investigation, police administrators said.Sand Springs Police Chief Daniel Bradley said the testing came about as a result of a rumor that another officer brought to his attention. Police conducted further investigation into the matter, Bradley said. As a result, four officers were ordered to take the drug tests. The officers were escorted directly to the laboratory from Bradley's office, he said.All four went "cooperatively," Bradley said.One officer was placed on non-disciplinary paid suspension until results were returned, and the other three were allowed to continue their duties.
Bradley said the one officer was placed on suspension because of the sensitive drug-related nature of his work. The other three could be directly supervised more easily.There had been no behavioral complaints on any of the officers, Bradley said, which was another reason they were allowed to stay on duty while testing was carried out.Results from the lab tests came in on Monday, said Assistant Police Chief Mike Carter.
Traces of steroids would have remained in the system for 36 months, Carter said.Bradley said the experience was trying and emotional, and it "tested the integrity" of the department. "This wasn't easy for those who got accused," he said."I'm very proud of our officers," Bradley said. He said all the officers were cooperative with the tests, and the local Fraternal Order of Police lodge was cooperative."Our guys stepped up and said 'let's get this taken care of,'" Carter said.Bradley said he is confident there is not a steroid problem in the department. But as a result of the exderience, drug testing policies at the department will change, Bradley said. Random drug testing of officers will take place yearly. Currently, it is done under suspicion, Bradley said. A segment of officers will be tested yearly for steroids, he added. It is cost prohibitive to test all officers yearly, Bradley said. This round of testing cost $550 per officer.
More of the story...
The test results are in. And, they're negative. But, that's a positive for the Sand Springs Police Department, which has been under the umbrella of suspicion for nearly two weeks after an investigation into alleged steroid use by its officers. A month-long investigation resulted in four officers being subjected to drug testing to confirm or disprove the rumors. Today, Sand Springs Police Chief Daniel Bradley says "all of those test results have returned with no presence of steroids." Bradley told NewsChannel 8 earlier this month it was important for the citizens to know their officers are not only upholding the law, but abiding by it as well. "If you leave a rumor untested, it will challenge the integrity of an entity, much less a police department which is challenged with that, to uphold the integrity because we are the civil servants to serve the public," Bradley said. Bradley says he feels confident the department does not have an issue of current steroid use and that it won't be a problem in the future. "In the past, steroids have not been tested for," Bradley said. "We will now include a steroid test for some of our officers each year."
I'm glad that they were found not to be using steroids, but still I have to wonder and question, did they use something to beat the test? Everyone with any time of type of intelligents knows how to beat a drug test. Hopefully they didn't. And I'm glad to see that they are now going to be regularly testing for steroids.