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

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