Are you safe when pulled over by a man with a gun and handcuffs? Short answer ? No

These are reports compiled by the CATO institute police misconduct site for 2 weeks in Nov. of 2016.That’s right, that is only 2 weeks. Whether child molestation, rape, beating, lying or stealing, these heroes in blue keep themselves busy.     Are you safe when you are pulled over on a dark highway by a man with a gun?  You decide. Read the stories linked below and think about whether anyone should be given default “Good guy” status.  If you think wearing a badge makes you a hero , think again.  Any time you are in the presence of an armed person your life is potentially in danger.  Now think about the type of person who aspires to a career where their day is spent controlling others around them with the threat of force.  Makes you feel real good when you see cherries light up behind you doesn’t it?

National Police Misconduct Newsfeed Daily Recap 11-28-16

Here are the eleven reports of police misconduct tracked for Monday, November 28, 2016:

  • Columbia, South Carolina: An officer was fired and arrested for first-degree sexual assault against a child under 11 years old.
  • Coral Gables, Florida: An officer was suspended for allegedly kicking a juvenile suspect repeatedly.
  • Update: Canton Township, Michigan (First reported 11-14-16): An officer who suspended for calling black people “monkeys” on social media has resigned.
  • Update: Hood River County, Oregon (First reported 09-28-16): A now-former deputy was indicted for sexually assaulting and photographing a naked minor.
  • Update: Baton Rouge, Louisiana (First reported 07-14-16):  The City settled a class action lawsuit filed by a number of protesters after the Alton Sterling shooting for $100,000.
  • Wyandotte County and Kansas City, Kansas: A deputy and officer were booked on child endangerment and provision of a firearm to a felon charges.
  • Chicago, Illinois: An officer is under investigation for fatally shooting Kajuan Raye, 19, who was unarmed when he was shot in the back.
  • Minneapolis, Minnesota: An officer is under internal investigation for shooting at a car full of people during a melee.
  • Hammond, Indiana: An officer was arrested for OWI.
  • Boise, Idaho: A now-former officer was charged with grand theft for stealing from the police lodge where he served as president.
  • Update: Las Cruces, New Mexico (First reported 05-20-15): Two officers’ charges were dropped for a jailhouse beating that broke a man’s face and cracked his skull. One officer had gone to trial that resulted in mistrial; the second officer’s case was never presented to a jury.

National Police Misconduct Newsfeed Daily Recap 11-23-16

Here are the eight reports of police misconduct tracked for Wednesday, November 23, 2016:

  • Post Falls, Idaho: An officer was cited for DUI after driving her car into a ditch while she was off duty.
  • St. Louis, Missouri: The police department is being sued by an Occupy protester who claims he was maced and punched by a detective without provocation.
  • Cleveland, Ohio: An officer was charged with 53 criminal counts for misusing information from a law enforcement database for a private security job he ran while he was off duty.
  • Update: Sandusky County, Ohio: The now-former sheriff pled guilty to theft of prescription pills and doctor shopping. His sentencing is scheduled for December 13.
  • Lake County, Indiana: A sergeant was arrested for OWI after crashing his car while off duty.
  • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: An officer was charged with attempted murder after shooting his son in the back during an altercation. The wound required a splenectomy as well as the removal of part of the victim’s colon.
  • Charles County, Maryland: A deputy was charged with child pornography possession.
  • Update: Mahnomen County, Minnesota (First reported 11-25-15): A former deputy was reinstated by a labor arbitrator despite four alcohol-related convictions.

National Police Misconduct Newsfeed Daily Recap 11-22-16

Here are the eight reports of police misconduct tracked for Tuesday, November 22, 2016:

  • New York, New York: A detective has been placed under investigation for a series of wrongful arrests in sexual assault cases.
  • Florence County, South Carolina: A deputy was arrested for pointing his gun at someone while off duty at his home.
  • Update: New York, New York (First reported 11-18-16): The deputy inspector who was transferred for sexual misconduct has been arrested and charged in the case.
  • Tennessee State University: An officer was arrested for strangling her estranged boyfriend and harming her 5-year-old child.
  • Update: New Orleans, Louisiana (First reported 10-28-16): The officer who was arrested for rape in October has been charged with 16 additional criminal counts, including 13 sex crimes. .
  • Frankfort, Kentucky: The department was harshly rebuked by a judge for “gross police misconduct,” including sexual misconduct by one officer and a widespread breach of ethics.
  • Michigan State Police: A trooper was charged for being super drunk and leaving the scene of an accident after crashing his vehicle into a home.
  • El Centro, California: The police are investigating video footage of officers using force and siccing a K-9 against car theft suspect after a pursuit.

National Police Misconduct Newsfeed Daily Recap 11-21-16

Here are the seven reports of police misconduct tracked for Monday, November 21, 2016:

  • Volusia County, Florida: A deputy was arrested for domestic violence.
  • Cameron, Wisconsin: A now-former officer was sentenced to five days in jail after pleading to lesser charges for removing a gun from a crime scene.
  • Albuquerque, New Mexico: The department allegedly deleted or altered body camera footage of police shootings.
  • Update: Montgomery, Alabama (First reported 03-02-16): An officer has been formally indicted for murder for fatally shooting Gregory Gunn.
  • Pinellas County, Florida: A deputy was fired for using excessive force during a traffic stop in March. .
  • Daytona Beach, Florida: An officer resigned after her claim about being shot at was debunked by investigators.
  • Honolulu, Hawaii: An officer is under investigation for failing to report a crash with injury that involved an off-duty officer.

National Police Misconduct Newsfeed Daily Recap 11-18-16

Here are the ten reports of police misconduct tracked for Friday, November 18, 2016:

  • Update: Indianapolis, Indiana (First reported 09-11-14): Two officers were acquitted of battery for actions against a veteran during a bar
  • Update: Madison County, Alabama (First reported 01-20-16): A now-former deputy was sentenced to 3 years in prison for his guilty plea to federal obstruction. He got in a fight with a man and then weeks later, tracked him down, pulled him over, and choked the man unconscious. After the incident, the deputy said he had never seen the man he attacked before.
  • Update: New Orleans, Louisiana: The City settled a lawsuit with some survivors and families of slain Danziger Bridge shooting victims.
  • Indian River County, Florida: A deputy was fired and charged with lewd and lascivious battery against a child, his step-daughter.
  • Temple, Texas: Three officers were suspended. Two were suspended for mishandling and delaying a murder investigation. The third was suspended for inappropriate use of force.
  • Cleveland, Ohio: An officer who is also head of the police union was suspended for an altercation with a family member at the union hall.
  • Baltimore, Maryland: An officer was charged with sexting  a 15-year-old boy in Pennsylvania.
  • Update: Baltimore, Maryland (First reported 08-09-15): Now-former officer Wesley Cagle was sentenced to 12 years in prison for shooting subdued suspect Michael Johansen in 2014.
  • Orleans Parish, Louisiana: A deputy was charged with theft and malfeasance for taking municipal fuel for personal vehicles.
  • New York, New York: A deputy inspector was assigned to desk duty and transferred after he was accused of sexual misconduct by a subordinate.

National Police Misconduct Newsfeed Daily Recap 11-17-16

Here are the eight reports of police misconduct tracked for Thursday, November 17, 2016:

  • New York, New York: An officer was suspended and charged with menacing for pulling a gun on a motorist during an off-duty road rage incident.
  • San Luis Obispo County, California: A deputy was arrested after driving 100mph while intoxicated. Press complained they did not get a reason that he was never booked and did not take a mugshot.
  • Update: Bullitt County, Kentucky (First reported 05-20-16): A now-former special deputy pled guilty to drug conspiracy. The prosecutor recommended he be sentenced to five years of probation on February
  • Wheeling, Ohio: An officer was charged with having a sexual relationship with 17-year-old student at the school where he worked.
  • New York, New York: An officer was charged with unlawful imprisonment, providing a false statement, and misconduct for arresting man over a parking dispute.
  • Oklahoma County, Oklahoma: A deputy resigned after his arrest for beating a 7-year-old child.
  • Wayne County, Michigan: A deputy was charged with sex crimes against a child under 13-years-old.
  • Flagstaff, Arizona: An officer was placed on leave and is under investigation for punching a woman in the face during her arrest.

National Police Misconduct Newsfeed Daily Recap 11-16-16

Here are the ten  reports of police misconduct tracked for Wednesday, November 16, 2016:

  • Update: Miami-Dade County, Florida (First reported 09-24-15): A now-former deputy was found guilty of misconduct for using law enforcement resources in a plot against her estranged husband.
  • Boynton Beach, Florida: The City approved a $600,000 lawsuit settlement with Byron Harris, who was kicked and beaten during his arrest. The criminal case against Harris is still pending for severely injuring an officer while trying to flee. City officials said part of the reason for settling the case was to protect taxpayers: the City’s insurance policy would cover a pretrial settlement, but not a judgment against the City after a trial.
  • New York, New York: Two officers were suspended after one of them accidentally discharged a round from his personal firearm in a car and they both fled the scene. The non-firing officer was suspended for failing to report the incident.
  • Update: St. Anthony, Minnesota (First reported 07-07-16): An officer was charged with second-degree manslaughter for the shooting death of Philando Castile.
  • Orleans Parish, Louisiana: A deputy was arrested for malfeasance in office and violation of protective order.
  • Update: Chicago, Illinois (First reported 12-19-14): An officer began his trial for the off-duty and intoxicated shooting at a volunteer firefighter.
  • Robertson County, Tennessee: A deputy was arrested for DUI.
  • Lorain, Ohio: An officer was suspended, and the department was sued after an on-duty altercation with the officer’s ex-girlfriend’s current boyfriend.
  • Lafayette, Indiana: Two officers were suspended after violating rules. One was given two years’ administrative probation, and subject to drug and alcohol screening.
  • Lowell, Massachusetts: A school resource officer was placed on leave after allegedly assaulting a student. A criminal investigation underway.

National Police Misconduct Newsfeed Daily Recap 11-15-16

Here are the seven reports of police misconduct tracked for Tuesday, November 15, 2016:

  • Mahoning, Pennsylvania: An officer was fired for undisclosed “integrity” issues.
  • Update: Vero Beach, Florida (First reported 10-11-16): The two officers who were arrested in separate DUI and public intoxication incidents on the same night in October have both resigned.
  • Bay County, Michigan: A school resource officer negligently discharged his firearm while inside the school. The bullet went through a wall and struck a teacher in the neck, though she was not injured.
  • New York, New York: A detective is under investigation for withholding evidence from a man who was falsely accused of murder.
  • Austin, Texas: Two officers are under investigation for impeding a man from recording a traffic stop.
  • Update: Tulsa, Oklahoma (First reported 08-06-14): A now-former officer was sentenced to one year for a weapons conviction. He was tried for the fatal shooting of his daughter’s boyfriend when he was off duty. The jury hung on the murder count.
  • New York, New York: Two officers are on trial for assaulting Kaheem Tribble while they were on duty in August 2014.

National Police Misconduct Newsfeed Daily Recap 11-14-15

Here are the eight reports of police misconduct tracked for Monday, November 14, 2016:

  • Update: University of Cincinnati (First reported 07-24-15): Now-former officer Ray Tensing’s trial for the fatal on-duty shooting of Samuel DuBose ended in mistrial.
  • Update: Youngstown, Ohio (First reported 10-03-16): A now-former officer pled guilty to neglecting to care for her sister, whose body was found emaciated and in highly unsanitary conditions. She entered mental health treatment and may get the conviction expunged.
  • Niagara Falls, New York: An officer was arrested on drug
  • Denham Springs, Louisiana: An officer was arrested for misdemeanor stalking after the end of a long-term relationship.
  • Traverse City, Michigan: An officer was suspended after driving a truck with Confederate battle flag near anti-Trump protesters in an incident off duty. He resigned Monday.
  • Evansville, Indiana: Four officers were suspended after their use of force during an arrest. Their reports were contradicted by camera footage of the incident.
  • Canton, Michigan: An officer was suspended during an investigation into racist comments on one of his social media
  • Update: Lake County, Florida (First reported 01-23-14): A deputy was sentenced to 12 years in prison for raping an intoxicated woman he was summoned to help.

National Police Misconduct Newsfeed Daily Recap 11-11-16

Here are the seven reports of police misconduct tracked for Friday, November 11, 2016:

  • Update: Hopkinsville, Kentucky (First reported 08-22-16): The officer who was arrested for sexually abusing a minor has resigned and entered a not guilty plea.
  • Update: Austin, Texas (First reported 07-22-16): An officer was not indicted by a grand jury for the use of force against Breaion King, a schoolteacher, whose arrest was caught on dashcam and sparked
  • Broward County, Florida: A deputy was charged with extorting sex from a security guard by threatening arrest for crack possession.
  • Center Township, Pennsylvania: An officer was arrested for theft for stealing drugs and cash from the evidence room.
  • Dallas, Texas: Two officers were fired for separate arrests: one was arrested for official oppression at a homeless shelter; the other was arrested for domestic
  • Update: Seattle, Washington (First reported 07-01-14): An officer was fired for punching a handcuffed detainee in the face while she was detained in a patrol car in 2014.
  • Milwaukee, Wisconsin: An officer was charged with firing his service weapon in his backyard while intoxicated.

Former NYPD cop blames arrest quota pressure for drunken shooting frenzy that nearly killed a man

A former NYPD officer convicted of shooting at two men — nearly killing one of them during a drunken bender in 2014 — said the pressure of arrest quotas drove him to drink, according to court documents obtained by the Daily News.

Brendan Cronin told a court-ordered psychologist that beginning around 2009 he sought solace in the bottle amid pressure from supervisors in the Bronx.

“Sleep difficulties commenced about one year after he started working at the 46th Precinct, when he was transferred from foot patrol to a car,” the psychologist, Stuart Kirschner, wrote. “At that time, a great deal of pressure was placed on the officers to make at least five arrests and issue 10 summons. If that quota was not met, then the officer was in a ‘vulnerable’ position.”



The psychologist’s report revealing the alleged quota pressure was filed in connection with a $90 million suit against the city and the NYPD. It wasn’t clear over what time period the five arrests and 10 summonses were supposed to be completed. The NYPD has long denied the existence of quotas within the department.

Cronin was sentenced in April to nine years in prison for firing 14 times at a passing car in Pelham driven by Robert Borrelli, who was unharmed. The passenger, Joseph Felice, was shot six times and nearly died.”

A drunken psychopath roaming the streets in uniform

Who ever would have guessed?

At least this scumbag was held accountable

Point being here: You never know who is behind that badge and gun


One weekend: 4 cops shot in three separate states

You have truly brought this on yourselves

In the end you reap what you sow and for decades now, lying, beating and killing have become the norm

You yourselves have turned the people you are sworn to serve and protect against you

Every time you lie on a report, abuse or bully, another citizen goes over to the other side

Every time you turn your head when another cop abuses someone or abuses their authority, you make an enemy

Now the tide is turning

You have made more enemies than allies

Even children are turned against you as day in and day out as they see videos of rampant police abuse on social media

We now live in an age when a crowd cheers and takes pictures when a cop gets dragged out and beaten

Default hero status in the Video age is hard to come by

It will now take you decades to undo your wrong doings

If it is even possible

It is yours to decide

Are you domestic warriors

Or public servants?

Choose wisely, because the people have had their belly full of domestic wattiors


Florida : FDLE officer charged with sexual abuse and sodomy of 8 Yr. olds


A state law enforcement officer faces multiple charges after two 8-year-old boys told authorities he repeatedly sodomized and sexually abused them.

Channel 3 News has obtained a police report detailing abuse that the children say began in June of 2016. Authorities say neither child knew the other disclosed information about the abuse.

Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) Agent Charles Calvin McMullen faces two felony counts of sexual assault/battery on a victim under 12 and two counts of lewd lascivious behavior, victim less than 12.

McMullen, who has been with the FDLE for five years, is on paid administrative leave.

He worked on cases with the Gulf Coast Kids House and the Santa Rosa Kids House, centers that advocate for abused children.

On Friday, October 28, deputies with the Santa Rosa County Sheriff’s Office (SRCSO) responded the Santa Rosa Kids House in Milton where a Department of Children and Families (DCF) investigator was working child abuse case.

The investigator informed deputies that an 8-year-old reported McMullen had been touching him “downstairs on his private part” on a frequent basis. An investigation was immediately launched.

A DCF investigator said McMullen “began to cry” when she informed him about the allegations. The child’s revelation led investigators to interview a second child.

The second 8-year-old told an investigator he doesn’t feel safe because McMullen had been inappropriately touching him and made the child reciprocate on multiple occasions.

He said McMullen told him this was “between you and me” and not to tell anybody because it would break up his relationship.

Following this disclosure, the Gulf Coast Kids House interviewed the second child, who said McMullen touched his private parts. He said McMullen touched the other child underneath his clothing on his penis.

The child said the abuse began when both children were 7-years-old. He said McMuMullen made them perform sex acts like sticking their fingers in his buttocks, putting their mouth on his penis.”

What is it that drives some people to control others?

Look at the characteristics of child molesters and the number one motivator is control

Look at the characteristics of a wife abuser and the number one motivator  is control

Who gets up in the morning and says I want to strap on a gun and handcuffs?

Who says I want my job to be one that allows me to control people all day?

Do as I say or I will physically overcome or kill you


Just remember the next time you see a cop

Who he might really be

Whether in court as a “Sworn officer” or on the highway

You never know who that “Hero” with a gun is

Don’t give them the benefit of the doubt and risk your life

For your own safety and that of others have a camera that you can film every encounter with

Where cameras are present he is much more likely to keep his gun in his holster

I really hope that this scumbag gets his

Either from someone on the street

Or on the inside

California Officer Killed by Shot Fired From Colleague’s Gun

“A 20-year veteran sheriff’s deputy in Central California was killed by a bullet in the chest from a colleague’s gun in what officials said Tuesday appeared to be “a tragic accidental shooting.”

Deputy Sgt. Rod Lucas was having a conversation with a detective about how to carry their backup weapons when the shot was fired on Monday, Fresno County Sheriff Margaret Mims said. The incident occurred at a sheriff’s office near the Fresno Yosemite International Airport.

Mims said Lucas, 46, and the detective were in a room with two other colleagues and there was no dispute, just a conversation about weapons safety.

“The detective had his weapon out. During this discussion, the detective’s weapon discharged,” the sheriff said. “Sgt. Lucas was struck by the bullet in his chest, and he dropped to the ground.”

Lucas was immediately given CPR and rushed to Community Regional Medical Center, where he died.

Mims did not disclose the type of firearm involved in the incident, calling it “an improved secondary weapon for the detective.” She said all witnesses have been interviewed except for the detective, who was not identified, due to his mental state which she described as extremely upset.

“We do not know yet the mechanics of how the weapon discharged,” Mims said. “So far, we have absolutely no reason to believe this was anything more than a tragic accidental shooting.”

Gun safety first

Instead of being a big tough guy and showing your cop balls

How about keeping your mouth shut and your gun holstered?

Just had to show off

How does that work for you now?

Dumb ass

At least he didn’t shoot an innocent citizen

2 cops ambushed in Des Moines, 1 killed

, Des Moines Register 6:35 a.m. CDT November 2, 2016


“Two metro-area police officers were shot and killed in apparent “ambush style” attacks early Wednesday.

Police from Urbandale and Des Moines departments responded to a report of gunfire at the intersection of 70th Street and Aurora Avenue at about 1:06 a.m.

The first officers arriving on the scene found an Urbandale officer shot. The officer, whose name has not been released, died, said Des Moines Police Sgt. Paul Parizek in a news release.

At about 1:26 a.m., a Des Moines police officer was shot and killed near the intersection of Merle Hay Road and Sheridan Drive while responding to the scene where the Urbandale officer was shot.

Both officers were gunned down in their patrol cars.

The police departments are wary of officers’ safety, as the attack appeared targeted at officers. Des Moines Police has paired up its patrol officers so no officer is on patrol alone, Parizek said.

“There’s literally a clear and present danger if you’re a police officer,” he said.”


So far the people that they have beaten, lied about and abused are unavailable for comment