North beach “Hot cop” turns out to be scumbag

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“SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — The San Francisco police officer known as the ‘Hot Cop of the Castro’ was arrested after an early morning hit-and-run accident Sunday.

Police say the crash happened after 2 a.m. in the city’s North Beach neighborhood.

Witnesses say the officer, identified as Christopher Kohrs, left his car and ran off after hitting two men crossing a street.  Kohrs was arrested shortly after.  He faces two charges of felony hit-and-run.

The two men were hospitalized with serious injuries, but are expected to survive.

Kohrs gained attention for his good looks and muscular body. Last year, Kohrs became an internet heartthrob thanks to the fans who created a Facebook page in his honor. More than 50,000 Facebook users have “liked” the page.

The page includes photos his admirers have taken with him when he’s out patrolling.”

The rest is here: http://sanfrancisco.cbslocal.com/2015/11/29/hot-cop-of-the-castro-arrested-in-hit-and-run-crash-that-injured-2/

Whoever would have guessed?

In addition to being a hero because he puts a badge on he is also “Hot”

Seriously, what is wrong with our society if this is the caliber of our public servants?

 

 

Philadelphia , Policing at it’s finest:

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“Eighty-eight more narcotics convictions were thrown out by a Philadelphia judge Friday after an investigation determined they were tainted by allegations of police corruption.

Common Pleas Court President Judge Sheila Woods-Skipper’s rulings were part of the continuing fallout from the federal prosecution of seven city police narcotics officers.

The officers – Thomas Liciardello, Brian Reynolds, Michael Spicer, Perry Betts, Linwood Norman, and John Speiser – were acquitted of all charges at a federal trial in May.

A seventh narcotics officer charged, Jeffrey Walker, pleaded guilty to separate federal corruption charges and testified against his six former colleagues at trial. Walker was sentenced in July to 31/2 years in prison by a federal judge who credited his cooperation with prosecutors.

The six officers Walker testified against got their jobs back – Spicer was recently promoted to sergeant – after they were acquitted. Betts was fired in August when he tested positive for marijuana.

Despite the federal trial’s outcome, the Defender Association of Philadelphia and the District Attorney’s Office have been reexamining the integrity of hundreds of arrests in which the seven officers were involved.

Assistant Public Defender Bradley S. Bridge estimated that Friday’s dismissals brought to 481 the number of reversed convictions involving the officers who were acquitted since they were indicted by a federal grand jury in July 2014.”

The rest at Philly.com: http://mobile.philly.com/beta?wss=/philly/news&id=352234221

Wow!

You have to read that a couple of times to really let it sink in

The 7 were actually acquitted after a grand jury found enough evidence to indict on that many charges

Now the judge is throwing more cases out even though they were acquitted

I wonder what the judge knows that we don’t?

I wonder if the judge was surprised that one of the acquitted tested positive for drugs?

Somehow I have a feeling that he was not

Good thing I don’t live in that Shi-Hole of a city

I couldn’t look at one of them for a second

 

Why there are no good cops left

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“A police officer who accused a fellow officer of inappropriate behavior – including lying to a judge and targeting minorities – is fighting for his job after what his attorney says has been a series of retaliatory action by the department over the past four years.

Officer Kyle Pirog, a 16-year veteran, was initially demoted after going to the Somerset County Prosecutor’s Office with his concerns when his superiors failed to act. He has been suspended indefinitely without pay, pending his termination following an Internal Affairs investigation that his attorney says was initiated as further retaliation.

Pirog has filed a civil suit in Morris County alleging the township police department violated the Conscientious Employee Protection Act in its retaliatory actions against him. He’s seeking unspecified damages.

“Police and police departments are entrusted to protect the well-being and safety of the public and most of them do it admirably,” said Claudia A. Reis, Pirog’s Morristown-based attorney.

“But every once in a while you have someone who steps out of that role and targets people. When that happens, you need people to step forward and out of the blue code of silence to report those instances. To then target those very people for retaliation undermines what police and police departments are entrusted to do.”

The suit was filed in Morris County because the judge his former co-worker allegedly lied to serves in Somerset County Superior Court.”

The whole story here : http://www.nj.com/somerset/index.ssf/2015/11/bedminster_police.html#incart_most-read_news_article

 

 

From the CATO institute police misconduct site

Here are the nine reports of police misconduct tracked for Thursday, November 19, 2015:

  • Carroll County, Tennessee: A now-former lieutenant pled guilty to federal civil rights charges for inappropriately tasing a pretrial detainee. ow.ly/UOWtD
  • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: An officer was charged with assault and endangerment for off-duty February altercation at a donut shop. ow.ly/UQqkR
  • Columbus, Ohio: An officer pled guilty to attempted unlawful restraint and ordered to pay $50 fine for actions while trying to break up a minor dispute. ow.ly/UQp2o
  • Denver, Colorado: An officer was suspended for 10 days and sued for false arrest. ow.ly/UQr02
  • Dinwiddie County, Virginia: A now-former deputy was sentenced to one year in jail, with six months suspended, for assault and battery of a motorist. ow.ly/UQrNr
  • Niagara Falls, New York: A now-former officer pled guilty to third degree assault for striking man with his motorcycle helmet during a road rage incident while off duty. ow.ly/UQtt6
  • Bullitt County, Kentucky: A now-former detective was charged with unlawful access to law enforcement files while she was serving a suspension. She was fired in July for lying to investigators and continuing to have a personal relationship with persons known to be under federal criminal investigation for drug trafficking. ow.ly/UQv8w
  • University of Massachusetts: A now-former officer was acquitted of all charges related to sexual assault of a minor. ow.ly/UQAsw
  • Fair Lawn, New Jersey: An officer was suspended and accused of stealing supplies from a volunteer ambulance squad. ow.ly/UQB7D

14 deputies arrested in 2015; Latest one for sexual assault on a child

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“SAN ANTONIO —  The Bexar County Sheriff’s Office announced it fired a deputy Monday who was reportedly assigned to the BCSO detention division.

BCSO said the San Antonio Police Department arrested Deputy Matthew Adams on a charge of aggravated sexual assault of a child.

Adams was hired in August, according to BCSO.

The sheriff’s office also said of the now 14 deputies arrested this year, only three remain employed by BCSO.”

The rest here :http://www.kens5.com/story/news/crime/2015/11/16/bcso-deputy-fired-accused-child-sexual-assault/75906284/?utm_source=hootsuite

These are real heroes here

Every day they risk it all

Thank God that they come home safe at night……

Yes, I am biased

But you know what?

I couldn’t even make this stuff up

Every single day I pass up 20 stories to publish just one

14 deputies arrested in less than a year?

And the people, the citizens of that county still let that PD exist?

They are public servants after all

Chartered by the citizens they serve

They might think that they are better than everyone else and above the law

But they aren’t

Something is going to have to be done

The police state is getting worse, not better

And as it does they are bringing on more and more of people of the caliber of those above

 

 

 

 

 

“FORT PIERCE (AP) — Authorities say they have arrested a deputy for her alleged role in a marijuana selling business following a month-long investigation.

St. Lucie County Sheriff’s said an anonymous tipster told them Deputy Heather Tucker, 27, was involved in drug activity. Authorities searched the apartment she was staying at with her boyfriend and another couple Friday and said they found felony amounts of marijuana, packaging materials and other items typically associated with the sale and distribution of marijuana”

The whole story is here from ABC 7 : http://www.abc-7.com/story/30517969/st-lucie-deputy-charged-in-alleged-marijuana-selling-business#.VkyJ9narSM8?utm_source=hootsuite

…………W’Sup, dude?

Any idea how fast you were going?

30 MPH?

No way dude, it looked way faster to me

It looked like 100 at least

You mind if I search your car?

Make sure that there are no guns, knives, drugs or bodies?

Cool

Hey are those brownies?

Mind if I take one?…………..

But seriously, this is just another example of a Florida scumbag in blue

The law applies to you

And you will be prosecuted and convicted

But not to them

They believe that they are above the law

Warrior heroes with badges……..

 

 

 

Another Florida scumbag cop caught lying

“ST. PETERSBURG — A police officer has resigned after two fellow officers reported he used excessive force during an August arrest and lied about it in a report on the encounter.

Top St. Petersburg police officials met Monday to discuss what occurred and determine what punishment might be appropriate. During that meeting Officer Andrew Cane resigned.

Cane man in handcuffs near 211 Third St. N. after he was spotted urinating in public and exposing his genitals. Two other officers arrived as Cane held the suspect against a wall, and they reported seeing Cane slam the man to the ground.

Cane wrote in his incident report that the suspect, 43-year-old James Robert Blair of Pinellas Park, tried twisting the officer’s grip after he was placed in handcuffs, became aggressive and appeared to want to fight. After Cane told Blair to stop resisting, the report says, the suspect kept twisting about and was poised to attack.

Cane wrote that because of Blair’s aggressive behavior, taking him to the ground was the safest option.

But the two other officers who arrived on scene disagreed, and reported Cane’s actions to their supervisors. At a news conference Tuesday, Chief Anthony Holloway said even after “shocking” surveillance video of the encounter emerged, Cane stuck to his story.

“I didn’t see anything that he wrote in his report that I saw in this video,” Holloway said.

Cane’s use of force, by itself, was not cause for dismissal, St. Petersburg police officials said. But investigators determined Cane also falsified his report on the arrest.”

The rest of the story and video here: http://www.tbo.com/news/crime/video-st-pete-officer-takes-down-handcuffed-man-20151110/?utm_source=hootsuite