Cop charged after 2 year old shoots mother with his gun

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– A Waxhaw police officer has been charged after his 2-year-old son accidentally shot his mother, officials said.

Officer Jeremy Ferguson is charged with failing to store a firearm to protect a minor– a misdemeanor violation.

The shooting happened about 6:45 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 4 at the officer’s home along Bigham Road in Waxhaw.

 

According to the Union County Sheriff’s Office, Officer Ferguson’s 2-year-old son found his off-duty gun and fired a shot. The bullet hit Ferguson’s wife, but she is expected to be okay.

Waxhaw Police Chief Mike Eiss said officer Jeremy Ferguson has been placed on administrative leave with pay while the department holds an internal investigation. He faces a fine or community service if found guilty.

The rest here:http://www.fox46charlotte.com/home/227521767-story?platform=hootsuite

But the day before the shooting this guy could decide whether or not to take your life

The day before the shooting this guy could decide who to arrest or not

Just one hour before the shooting this guy had default hero status because he wore the very same gun

What is wrong with this picture?

 

 

Poll: 93% Of Officers Fear For Their Safety While On The Job

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“Most police officers believe their job has become more dangerous in light of recent fatal encounters between cops and black people, a poll reveals.

A Pew Research poll released Wednesday surveyed 8,000 male and female officers across the country to get their opinions on policing, the recent protests against officers and their thoughts on using force against civilians.

Eighty-six percent of officers surveyed said the recent high-profile encounters between police and black people have made their jobs more difficult. Only 12 percent believed the encounters did not make a difference.

In light of these encounters, 93 percent of officers are also more fearful for their safety while on the job.

Seventy-six percent of officers said they were more unwilling to use force when necessary, while 72 percent are less willing to stop and question someone who seems suspicious.

Officers also gave their thoughts on the protests surrounding fatal police shootings. Sixty-eight percent of cops believe the protests are due to an anti-police bias. Only 10 percent think that the protesters really want police to be responsible for their actions.

When it comes to the job, some of the officers expressed frustrations with being a cop. Fifty-one percent said being a cop vexed them, while 56 said they had become more callous because of the job. About 66 percent of officers described being verbally abused while on the job by a citizen.”

 http://dailycaller.com/2017/01/11/poll-93-of-officers-fear-for-their-safety-while-on-the-job/#ixzz4VTsN0m6U
So let’s make a correlation here
Police deaths were at an all time low at the beginning of 2015
Deaths of citizens killed by police were at an all time high
Now there are record breaking shootings of police
Could the two be related?
C’mon, it’s not rocket science

The thin blue line: Welcome to 2017

Times they are a changin and that’s for sure

The people that you are sworn to serve and protect have had enough

They have had enough lies

Enough abuse of power, false testimony and physical abuses

Enough swaggering bravado, hiding behind a badge and a force of 400 other men

Enough of citizens being shot down like dogs every time a cop quakes with fear

Welcome to 2017 and the times that will be changin

Every move you make will be recorded and played back when your sworn testimony differs

Everything you do will be watched and judged by the people who pay you

Even now, tens of thousands of videos of abuse, beatings and killing are played every year

Every year they are watched by the masses; men women and children who are appalled and horrified by what you are capable of

Welcome to 2017 when your default hero status is stripped away

Welcome to the beginning of the age when all you can incite is fear

But not respect

When your every indiscretion is recorded

Times they are a changin

And believe me

I will do my part to help make them change

See what happens when you abuse a law abiding citizen?

See what happens when you lie?

I hope you enjoy the fruits of your actions

 

Welcome to the video age: Scumbag cop resigns after being caught on video punching woman in the face

 

  “The Flagstaff police officer seen punching a woman in the face in a video that circulated on social media in November resigned Wednesday after the department recommended he be fired.

The resignation comes the day after the Northern Arizona University Police Department forwarded its investigation into Jeff Bonar, the officer on the video, to the Mohave County Attorney’s Office, which will review the investigation and determine if Bonar should face criminal charges for his actions.

The report, written by Mike O’Hagan, a sergeant in the NAU Police Department, said Marissa Morris, who Bonar and Coconino County Sheriff’s Deputy Joel Winchester were attempting to detain, was not showing “active aggression” or “aggravated active aggression” as the officers attempted to detain her.

The incident occurred in November when Bonar and Winchester were at Morris and her boyfriend’s home on East Blizzard Way to ensure the two were complying with an eviction notice.

According to a report filed at the time, Bonar recognized Morris because she had warrants out for her arrest in non-violent cases. Records show Bonar attempted to arrest Morris on the warrants, which had already been settled at an earlier date and were no longer outstanding.

“It does not appear that the level of force used in this case is reasonable, or immediately necessary to make the arrest,” O’Hagan wrote. “Since Officer Bonar’s first closed fist strike does not come immediately after an aggressive action of Morris, it is not timely, nor is it appropriate for the situation.”

Flagstaff Police Chief Kevin Treadway said the department’s internal affairs investigation found six policy violations against Bonar, the majority regarding excessive use of force.

“The level of resistance by Miss Morris during this incident did not warrant the head strikes used by Officer Bonar,” Treadway said.

Treadway said Bonar also violated policy by not activating his body camera.

“I find no excuse for him not activating his camera and it is a clear violation of our policies,” Treadway said.”

http://azdailysun.com/news/local/flagstaff-officer-in-punch-video-resigns-while-facing-being-fired/article_63728480-58a3-5ef1-801d-3c5fde4d03f3.html?platform=hootsuite

What a dirtbag

He certainly made sure that his body camera was turned off

But in the end it didn’t matter

He still got recorded anyway

Make sure that any interaction you might have with LEO is recorded

If not it is your word against theirs

And remember, they are “Sworn officers of the court” and their testimony is given the weight of truth

A recap of Florida’s heroes in blue in the news: Rape, abuse, child porn, and child molestation

When Irony and fate collide: Cop crashes into doughnut shop

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Posted by Deborah Lee Jarrett

“BEND, Ore. (AP) – An Oregon State Police investigation has found that a police corporal in central Oregon violated department policy by illegally running a red light before striking a truck, a pedestrian and a doughnut shop earlier this year.

The Bulletin reports that Bend Police Chief Jim Porter says the state police investigation shows Cpl. Robert Emerson violated both department policy and state law, but that the crash was one mistake in an otherwise exemplary career.

“Our investigation found that he was in violation of our vehicle operation policies,” Porter said. “Furthermore, a circuit court judge found that he violated state law. So there’s no doubt that on that day he was in violation of policy and state law, and that he made a mistake. There is absolutely no doubt about that.”

Emerson was cited after the March 5 crash and paid a $260 fine. Emerson collided with a pickup truck, slid across an intersection, hit a pedestrian and smashed into the Dough Nut shop, Oregon State Police said. No shop employees or customers were injured. Both Emerson and the pedestrian were taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.

Emerson had been on duty for about an hour at the time of the crash and was the supervisor of four other on-duty officers. A report of a stolen vehicle that had fled police had come in just before the crash. In a written statement, Emerson told state police that he believed the driver of the stolen vehicle was impaired and he wanted to get in front of the driver to deploy spike strips.”

http://katu.com/news/local/osp-probe-officer-violated-rules-before-doughnut-shop-crash?platform=hootsuite

Sure enough

He was trying to get ahead of the Felons

That was why they they gave him all of the citations

More like some type of cosmic Karma event

Hahahaha!

Happy new Year!

PBSO deputy arrested on federal identity-theft charges

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Hanna Winston

Palm Beach Post Staff Writer

12:49 p.m Thursday, Dec. 22, 2016

“WEST PALM BEACH , FLORIDA Palm Beach County Sheriff’s deputy has been arrested on federal identity-theft charges after investigators found he was using his department-issued laptop to gather and then sell people’s information.

Frantz Felisma, 42, allegedly used a law-enforcement database to get personal identification information and sold at least 15 people’s information. With a co-conspirator, they set up credit-card and bank accounts and stole tens of thousands of dollars, according to authorities, the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Miami said.

Felisma has been a deputy with the department since 2009, according to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement.”

“Felisma was in court Thursday, represented by attorney Jason Kreiss. Magistrate Judge William Matthewman ordered Felisma be held in detention because he is a flight risk until his next hearing Dec. 28.”

“Felisma’s wife was crying as her husband stood in court shackled and wearing a blue jumpsuit.”

The whole story here:http://www.palmbeachpost.com/news/crime–law/pbso-deputy-arrested-federal-identity-theft-charges/oHtyyGDpwgJ0CBwEZQZGOI/?platform=hootsuite

You want to find corrupt cops?

Come to Florida

Here you will find that the worst of the worst hide behind badges and guns

Any time you have contact with a Florida LEO you have no idea whether they may be one of the many criminals wearing badges
Think I am joking or exaggerating?
Go to google and put in the search term “Florida officer arrested” and hit news
DUI,rape, child rape, battery, and on and on
In just the first three pages there were at least 10 just from the final months of 2016
Yep, Florida sure has the best to offer when it comes to LEO