Oregon deputy arrested for luring a minor and sexual abuse


“HOOD RIVER, Ore. (KOIN) — A Hood River Deputy was arrested Friday on charges of luring a minor, sexual abuse, public indecency and private indecency, the sheriff’s office said.

Sheriff Matt English learned of the alleged misconduct that occurred while Deputy Marc Smith was off duty. Smith was placed on administrative leave while Oregon State Police investigated the allegation.

On September 9 he was arrested and is being lodged at Northern Oregon Regional Corrections.

“While Mr. Smith’s conduct happened off duty, making certain that our organization maintains the highest standards of conduct and professionalism is paramount. I am committed to ensuring that our employees are held to the same standards as every citizen and that we are accountable for our actions whether on or off duty.”

Hood River deputy arrested for luring, sex abuse

So why are cops given default hero status?

Because it is jut a few bad apple right?

Why does a court assume that a “Sworn officer of the court” is truthful?

Because most of them are good cops correct?

If that is the case than why are so many of these cops getting arrested?

Go to the CATO institute police misconduct site (http://www.policemisconduct.net/) and you will find thousand upon thousand reports of LEO lawbreakers

Go to google and put in “officer arrested” and see what comes up

Go to google and put in “officer arrested child porn”

Wow! Even I didn’t expect that many results!

Go to google and put in “Officer arrested rape” and see the amazing amount of results

What a rapey bunch , Huh?

Who would have guessed with rape being all about violence and control

They don’t care who they rape

They sodomize men, women, accident victims and people they randomly pull over

If you think that you are safe when you get pulled over on a dark highway

Think again

Just because that man with a gun and handcuffs has taken an oath

It doesn’t mean anything

Don’t believe me?

Well, before you start your own research

Check out some of the links I have included below

Police rapists 2016


Police busted for child porn 2016


Police busted for 3 weeks of August 2016


Miami Beach Pays Good Samaritan Beaten by Cop $100,000 Settlement

Posted by Deborah Jarrett

“When Andrew Mossberg, then 50, stumbled upon what he says was a man beating a woman in Miami Beach in 2013, he immediately assumed the man was a thieving bandit. So Mossberg stepped in to help. It turned out the man, Philippe Archer, was an undercover Miami Beach detective — but Mossberg says the cop still didn’t think twice about beating his face to a pulp.

After a lengthy complaint process, Mossberg sued the City of Miami Beach this past January. Yesterday he and the city settled the case — and the city paid him $100,000.

Though he says his client feels satisfied the matter is over, Mossberg’s attorney, Ray Taseff, tells New Times he hopes the settlement will compel Miami Beach (and other local police departments) to reform their discipline policies. Taseff says there were a host of red flags in Archer’s past that should have warned Miami Beach Police to remove the cop from the street. In 2012, he says, Archer was sued four times for misconduct, but the department’s “early warning” system to detect bad cops didn’t alert anyone to the suits.

“The ‘early warning’ system is a joke,” Taseff says. “It does not pick up lawsuits. Any business or any organization, if you have an employee being sued who’s costing your organization thousands, aren’t you going to look at that?” He added that this mirrors concerns civilians have with police across the nation.

Late yesterday, Miami Beach Fraternal Order of Police President Bobby Jenkins issued a statement defending the undercover Beach cop.

For over 20 years, Det. Phil Archer has done an outstanding job of serving the community of Miami Beach as a member of our elite crime suppression team and gang unit. This job entails dealing with some of the city’s most dangerous and violent criminals including murderers, rapists, drug dealers, terrorists, and burglars, among others. As such, officers who work this detail are much more likely to find themselves in precarious situations that can lead to altercations with the subjects who they encounter.

But Taseff makes a strong case that Archer’s career has not reflected entirely exemplary work.

On June 26, 2013, Mossberg says, he was out on a regular evening walk with his son and dog when he saw Archer attacking the woman. Mossberg called 911 and says Archer beat the woman to the ground while the call was ongoing. Mossberg says the cop then beat him to prevent him from speaking to dispatchers.

Mossberg says the cop “judo-kicked” him twice in the head, punched him, and then threw him into an SUV’s front fender. He says three witnesses observed the attack.

Despite this, Mossberg was charged with assaulting an officer. (The charges were later dropped.) When police took Mossberg and the assaulted woman to the station, Archer posed for a photo of himself smiling with his arm wrapped around his alleged victim”



Wow, The scum baggery of Florida cops knows no limits

For some reason Florida seems to attract the worst of the degenerates

Look below at what a quick search for “Officer arrested” turns up

Plan on vacationing in Florida?

Remember the motto “Come on vacation, Leave on probation”

Make sure you or yours don’t end up interacting with Florida’s finest

Florida officer fired for hitting handcuffed woman, authorities say …


Apr 29, 2016 – A Florida police officer has been charged with battery and fired for repeatedly … Officer arrested, fired for hitting handcuffed woman 02:08 …

Florida officer fired and arrested after video shows him beating …


The Washington Post

Apr 30, 2016 – The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office in Florida fired and arrested probationary patrol officer Akinyemi Borisade after the officer repeatedly struck a …

Florida man arrested when officer mistakes Krispy Kreme doughnut …


The Washington Post

Jul 29, 2016 – A Florida man was arrested when an Orlando police officer mistook Krispy Kreme donut glaze for methamphetamine.


Jun 1, 2016 – A former Florida police officer was arrested and charged on Wednesday in the fatal shooting of a black musician after a grand jury found that he …



FGCU police officer arrested for stalking – NBC-2.com WBBH News for …



Aug 5, 2016 – A police officer at Florida Gulf Coast University has been arrested for violating a restraining order against him for stalking.

St. Pete police officer arrested for domestic battery | WFLA.com


Sep 19, 2016 – ST. PETERSBURG, FL (WFLA) — The Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office arrested a St. Petersburg police officer for domestic battery early Monday …

Watch: Florida Sheriff’s Officer Arrested and Fired for Beating …

Photography is Not a Crime

Apr 28, 2016 – A Florida sheriff’s officer was fired and arrested after he was caught on video repeatedly punching a handcuffed woman Wednesday.

Tampa Bay Times

Aug 12, 2016 – Tampa police officer arrested for sexual battery during traffic stop … 25, police received results of a forensic examination from the Florida …

PCSO Animal Control Officer arrested for impersonating Law – WFTS



Aug 20, 2016 – Polk County Sheriff’s deputies arrested a man for impersonating a law enforcement officer to avoid paying $11 at a high school football game …

UPDATE: Former Live Oak Police Sergeant Charged – WCTV



Kirby was arrested last October, and was first indicted in November. On Friday … LIVE OAK, FL — A Live Oak police officer is facing child pornography charges.

Police: Former Florida cop arrested for making fake 911 calls | www …


The Palm Beach Post

Aug 17, 2016 – A former Florida police officer was arrested on Sunday after police said he made two calls to 911 with no crimes occuring. Wendell Ray …

Police Officer Arrested for DUI in Florida – Anelli Xavier


Earlier this month, Christopher Sutherlin, a New Port Richey Police Officer was involved in late night crash in Florida. He has been accused of fleeing the.

Florida cop arrested, fired for repeatedly hitting handcuffed woman in …



Apr 29, 2016 – A Florida police officer has been charged with battery and was fired from his position after a video emerged of him repeatedly striking a woman …

Corey Jones death: Florida ex-cop arrested in shooting of legally …


The Huntsville Times

Jun 2, 2016 – A fired Florida police officer was arrested and charged Wednesday with manslaughter and attempted murder in the fatal shooting of a legally …

Cop Kills Civilian During Act of Road Rage — Officer Not Arrested …

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Jun 20, 2016 – A 22-year-old man was shot dead in Palm Bay, Florida, by an off-duty Brevard County Sheriff’s deputy in a fit of uncontrolled road rage late …

Former South Florida police officer arrested in Corey Jones…

Jun 1, 2016 – A former South Florida police officer has been arrested in last year’s fatal shooting of Corey Jones.

Fired cop arrested, accused of trying to sneak gun into Disney …

Aug 9, 2016 – Fired cop arrested, accused of trying to sneak gun into Disney. Kevin Webb … Disney security stops man impersonating officer from bringing gun into Magic Kingdom … Interactive: Central Florida homicides map …

Sunrise Police Officer Arrested in Domestic Violence Incident | NBC 6 …



A Sunrise Police officer is facing charges after he was arrested during a domestic violence incident at his home.

South Florida Cops Ordered to Pay $6.2 Million for Rape and …

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One South Florida cop forced a woman to perform oral sex on him before raping her on the hood of his car under threat of arrest. The second …

Florida Attorney Arrested After Police Chase

WKRGSep 13, 2016
A Florida Attorney is behind bars after a police chase through Gulf Breeze. … The car began rolling backwards, severely injuring an officer’s arm …

Watch: Ex-cop arrested after confrontation with crossing guard

Palm Beach PostSep 8, 2016
Elizabeth Jean Boynes, a retired Arizona police officer now living in Palm … “Wow, crossing guards have a lot of power here in Florida,” she told …

Deputy arrested in battery case

Orlando SentinelSep 23, 2016
An Osceola County deputy sheriff was arrested on dating-violence charges this week after a woman said he pinned her against a wall in her …
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Former Pasco Detention Deputy Arrested

Patch.comSep 21, 2016
NEW PORT RICHEY, FL — A Pasco County detention deputy … in the head in mid-September has been fired and arrested on a battery charge.
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Police: Osceola deputy arrested on battery, stalking charges

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10 reports of police misconduct for 9/22/16

From the CATO institute

Police misconduct.net : http://www.policemisconduct.net/

Here are the ten reports of police misconduct tracked for Thursday, September 22, 2016:

  • Update: Nesquehoning, Pennsylvania (First reported 05-19-15): A now-former officer pled guilty to vehicular homicide for killing a woman during a high-speed chase. http://bit.ly/2db1c3y
  • Richland County, South Carolina: A deputy interfered with her son’s arrest and was charged with hindering. ow.ly/s2y1304suWT
  • Update: West Monroe, Louisiana (First reported 01-20-15): An officer was acquitted of negligent homicide in the death of Raymond Martinez, a homeless man. ow.ly/PSLJ304sPfS
  • Fulton County, New York: A deputy was arrested for grand larceny for stealing firearms and then selling them. ow.ly/lHyS304sTKt
  • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: An officer was charged with putting marijuana in the mail. ow.ly/IbBn304sTSu
  • Cochise County, Arizona: A deputy was found to have violated the civil rights of a man by removing prescriptions from his home without permission. However, the judge ruled the man had not made a compelling case for damages and was awarded only $1. ow.ly/6Xkt304sUjM
  • Pasco County, Florida: A deputy was fired after striking a restrained inmate and charged with battery. ow.ly/mNJ7304sY3Q
  • Trenton, New Jersey: An officer took his own life after being put under investigation for engaging in a sex act with a sex worker. ow.ly/Pdwu304sYqW
  • Tulsa, Oklahoma: An officer was charged with first-degree manslaughter in the shooting death of Terence Crutcher. ow.ly/7Vs4304ttno
  • Memphis, Tennessee: Fiver officers were suspended for using excessive force during an arrest and not reporting that force. ow.ly/krkJ304sYZU

Atlanta Cop charged with murder for shooting unarmed man

Posted by Deborah Lee Jarrett

(CNN)A former Atlanta police officer was indicted Wednesday on murder charges in the shooting of an unarmed black man, a defense attorney told CNN.

James Burns also was charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, one count of making a false statement, and two counts of violation of oath by a police officer, attorney Drew Findling said.
“He was there during the (grand jury) testimony and he is obviously devastated,” Findling said. “As his attorney, I recognize the tragedy here. I am completely empathetic and two families are suffering right now.”
In June, Burns responded to a call from an off-duty officer of suspicious activity at an apartment complex. Burns and two other officers saw Devaris Caine Rogers attempt to leave in a car, the district attorney’s office said when the officer was arrested last month.
Burns, who is white, blocked Rogers’ path to leave and fired one shot into the passenger side of his vehicle, striking Rogers, who was black, in the head and killing him, the statement said.
“(Burns’) perception is that the car is coming at him. The car is a deadly weapon,” Findling said Wednesday. “A car has tremendous volume and width. His reasonable belief is that this car was going to be used as a weapon against him.”
Prosecutors have said that Rogers wasn’t identified as the man the off-duty officer reported and said Burns wasn’t given information that would have indicated Rogers was a threat.
According to CNN affiliate WSB, demonstrators outside the courthouse cheered when the decision was told to them.”
What a scumbag
The first thing he did was make up a lie to fit his narrative
Fortunately for the victims family there was video evidence
His life was never in danger
He was at the back of his squad car when the car passed at the front
And he shot the guy simply because he disobeyed him
What a trigger happy asshole
And a P.OS. liar
Hope he has fun in prison

Frightened Tulsa cop charged in shooting

Tulsa Officer Charged with Manslaughter for Killing Terence Crutcher

Late Thursday afternoon, the Tulsa County, Oklahoma district attorney announced that he filed a charge of first-degree manslaughter against Officer Betty Shelby for fatally shooting Terence Crutcher.

The shooting has garnered national attention as it was captured on both dashcam and police helicopter film. Despite the video evidence, the case is hardly open-and-shut win for the prosecution here. The law is generally on the side of the police officers, as I explained earlier this week at Timeline:

Despite repeated public outcry in highly publicized cases like this one, data shows that police officers are in fact very rarely charged or successfully prosecuted for on-duty shootings or other uses of force. According to aWashington Post investigation, between 2005 and 2015, just 54 officers were prosecuted for shootings. Assuming that the almost 1,000 police shooting deaths recorded in 2015 wasn’t a statistical outlier, that’s 54 cases out of nearly 10,000 fatal shootings.


Put simply, a fearful police officer is a very dangerous one. If he can articulate a plausible narrative that he believed he or his life was in danger — often involving the suspect making a “sudden” or “furtive movement,” or “reaching for his waistband” as if for a gun — any lack of actual danger or dangerous weapon is not relevant to the officer’s legal culpability.

The prosecutor apparently feels confident that he can win or, perhaps, that the political consequences of a tried and failed prosecution outweigh not bringing charges at all. As the nation saw in the trials of the officers who killed Freddie Gray in Baltimore, simply bringing charges is no guarantee of a conviction.

We’ll keep an eye on this case, as well as the developing stories in Charlotte-Mecklenburg, North Carolina.

You can read the whole Timeline piece here.

This piece and more at police misconduct.net


Frightened little cop orders man to remove his hands from his pocket; shoots him when he does

Associated Press

“A Southern California police officer gave a man less than a second to raise his hands before opening fire and killing him, a federal appeals court noted Friday in rejecting the officer’s request to dismiss a wrongful death lawsuit against him.

The U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco said Tustin Police Officer Osvaldo Villarreal couldn’t reasonably have feared for his safety when he shot 31-year-old Benny Herrera after responding to a domestic dispute call in December 2011.

That determination ran counter to the Orange County district attorney’s office, which said in 2013 that the shooting was reasonable and justified because Villarreal fired after Herrera ignored orders to show his hands.

A video captured by a police dashboard camera shows otherwise, according to the 9th Circuit judges who cited the footage.

“Less than a second elapsed between Villarreal commanding Herrera to take his hand from his pocket and Villarreal shooting him,” the court wrote. “Just as Herrera’s hand came out of his pocket, Villarreal fired two shots in rapid succession … The command and the shots were almost simultaneous.”

The video has not been made public and is under a court seal.

The seven-page review of the case by Orange County prosecutors does not mention the existence of a video and appears to rely heavily on Villarreal’s own statements.

Sonia Balleste, the senior deputy district attorney who wrote the review, said Friday that she didn’t immediately recall the case or why the review didn’t mention the video but that she was sure she “looked at all the evidence that was available.”


“The seven-page review of the case by Orange County prosecutors does not mention the existence of a video and appears to rely heavily on Villarreal’s own statements.”

In other words he did the usual and lied in his report

That has become the standard of todays LEO

Lie to make the story fit the narrative

But that is going to change

This is the age of video and for every lying cop there is a video to match

This coward never should have had a badge

And most certainly not a gun

You are not a tough guy simply because you have 200 to get your back

You are simply a coward with back up



Hero in blue rapes relative, tries to convince her to lie about it


“An Indio police officer has been arrested on suspicion of raping an adult relative at his Palm Desert home, according to documents obtained by The Desert Sun Thursday.

Sergio Herrera Ramirez, 34, was arrested Aug. 31 but is out of custody after posting $85,000 bail, according to Riverside County jail records. He’s scheduled to be arraigned Oct. 14 in Riverside County Superior Court on multiple rape-related charges.

He’s accused of raping the victim between 2 and 4 a.m. Aug. 6, according to a declaration in support of an arrest warrant, which included graphic details of the incident.

The victim was in bed when the suspect entered the room and lay next to her, Riverside County Sheriff’s Investigator Rebecca Smith wrote in the declaration.

The victim felt uncomfortable and moved to a couch in another room, Smith wrote. She later woke up and found Ramirez on the couch with his hand gripping her inner thigh.

“She woke up and thought ‘Oh my God, this isn’t really happening. This is not a good dream. This is a nightmare. This isn’t happening,'” Smith wrote, adding the victim viewed the suspect as a father figure.

Other Indio controversy: Indio officer involved shooting caught on camera

According to the declaration, the victim “froze” as the suspect removed the woman’s clothes and raped her. At one point, he told the victim “You don’t look ‘OK,'” but later kept telling her “You’re so hot.”

Afterward, the victim fled to a friend’s home before telling family members about the rape. They took her to Eisenhower Medical Center in Rancho Mirage to be examined, but the suspect’s wife washed the clothes the victim wore the night of the rape and tried to convince her to lie to police about what occurred, according to the declaration.

No one else has been charged in the case, according to John Hall, spokesman for the Riverside County District Attorney’s office”


Thank goodness he went home safe that night, huh?

Regular hero

Before you judge someone by what they wear

Maybe you should wonder why they wear it

What do cops and rapists have in common?


Control and violence

What do cops and child molesters have in common?

A need for power and a need for control

What do wife beaters and cops have in common?

A need for power and control

And they are willing to use violence to get it

Did you know that cops are 4 times more likely to be domestic batters?

And six times less likely to be arrested?

Think they joined to “Help people”?

They joined to be tough guys

To Wear a gun and throw their asses around because they have back up and a badge

So once again before you judge someone a “Hero” because of what they wear

Wonder why they wear it in the first place


A few bad apples : Deputy sentenced on child porn

Greene County deputy sheriff Juan Jones.
Posted By Deborah Jarrett

“A former Greene County sheriff’s deputy was sentenced Wednesday afternoon for receiving and distributing child pornography.

Juan Jones, 28, was given seven years in federal prison without parole, according to a news release from the United States Attorney for the Western District of Missouri. He will also be subject to 10 years of supervised release after his sentence.

The release said Jones had been a deputy from 2013 until 2016, when he was arrested.

Officers began investigating in September 2015 when they received a tip from Dropbox, a file hosting website, that Jones’ account contained many files showing child pornography, according to the release.

Investigators searched Jones’ residence on Jan. 6, 2016, and he was arrested the same day. The release said he had more than 1,500 images and 451 videos of child pornography and was using multiple mediums to view, receive and distribute the images and videos.

Jones was the subject of a December 2014 feature story in the News-Leader saying he was the county’s only black patrol deputy.”


So, you are driving down a dark highway and suddenly see cherries in your rearview

Your heart races for a brief moment

But then you look down at your speedometer

You are in a 55 MPH zone and are only doing 49 MPH

You think the squad car is going to pass you

But it doesn’t

He stays close to your bumper

His strobes illuminating the interior of your vehicle with staccato bursts of light

You realize that he is pulling you over

And  you slowly steer to the side of the road

You are now stopped and alone in the the darkness

You and the man with the badge and gun

But you have nothing to worry about

You weren’t speeding